Skincare and Patience

Finding the right skincare can be very difficult but with patience…I know, I know you don’t want to hear it but unless you’re a millionaire and are willing to spend thousands of pounds on your skin, you will have to go through the much longer road but it is worth it.

There’s honestly nothing more annoying than trying so many different brands and having them not work for you, it can be discouraging but the minute you find the right one, you’ll feel like you’ve won the lottery!

I am not here to give you a routine and quite frankly I am not qualified to do so, this is just a reminder blog that you should keep trying to find what’s right for you, I remember in my late teens (which was only 2 years ago) I felt I had tried everything, I totally gave up but then I was browsing on youtube and thought ”Hey I’ve never seen this, maybe I should try this” and my life changed, no really it did you should have SEEN my skin a year a–…actually, you will. In my next skincare blog I will be sharing before and afters, but until then, be patient, don’t give up on your skin and don’t give up on yourself because it takes time, some products need months to be in full effect so you have to be patient.

If you are starting a regimen to deal with acne breakouts, you need to wait at least a week to decide if the regimen is working for your skin. And for facial rejuvenation, such as introducing a glycolic, it is important to wait up to four weeks to look for results. One important thing to note, however, is a regimen should never cause your skin to get worse before it gets better. So, while it’s hard to wait, give your skincare a few weeks to show results before deciding if it’s the right regimen for you.

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It’s all about genuine self care, great skincare and always remember it’s worth it and you got this!

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