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Dry Skin

If You are Dry Skin Usually dry skin people are non-acne prone. But If you are dry skin and breakout with heavy oils and creams then you have to be cautious. Firstly be sure that you use a Gentle Cleanser. You can use a cream cleanser or Oil cleanser to melt makeup and sunscreen. But if you are dry and acne prone, removing the remaining oils with a water based cleanser is a good idea. If you cannot use cleansing oils or creams, you best bet would be to wipe with micellar water and followed by water rinse.  Now use a hydrating gel with hyaluronic...

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Combination or Oily Dehydrated Skin

If you are Combination or Oily Dehydrated Skin, Usually when Oily skin is treated with harsh cleansers or treatments, it will turn into Oily Dehydrated skin. Oily Dehydrated Skin has lesser water or hydration in your skin but u will find it shiny and oily. Ex- You may feel that your skin is dry in the morning and by afternoon your skin might get oily and shiny. It is very important that you always hydrate your skin very well using hydrating gels If that is not enough then add 1-2 drops of Oils (non pore clogging) to your hydrating gels Never...

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Oily Skin or Acne Prone Skin

If you are oily skin, you should make sure you cleanse but never over cleanse Hydrate it well, as dehydrated can lead to reactive production of excess oils on skin keep your pores clear by using regular exfoliants. This can result in lesser acne and brighter skin Use water based anti oxidants like Vit C and B3 to keep skin glowing. Our suggested products for oily skin: Mornings 1. Apply neem green tea mask + honey, wash off in 5 min and no facewash. If it’s drying use mask alternate days  2. White Lotus Moisturiser 1-2 pumps  + Anti Oxidant Serum 2-4...

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10 skincare tips for oily skin

lotus moisturiser neem green tea mask oily skin

Dehydrated skin can be reactive and produce more oils, this is why the more you wash ur face the more oily you get by afternoon. Surprised ! Do check out blog post which talks about things which we easily take for granted like overwashing, not looking into ingredients.

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Lactic Acid vs Salycylic Acid

Lactic Acid vs Salycylic Acid

Acids are excellent for skin care. Acids are not something very new. Famous Queen Cleopatra used to bathe in sour milk for her glowing skin, which actually contains Lactic acid. And Honey imparts a lovely glow to the skin and its rich in polyhydroxy acid. Here we talk about 2 important acids. Lactic acid, which can be from milk. Salicylic acid originally produced from willow bark is now synthetically derived. Let's Jump right into the comparison, AHA BHA Dissolves Dead Skin cells Dissolves Dead Skin Cells Hence avoid/ lessen Future breakouts Hence avoid/ lessen Future breakouts Water Soluble Oil Soluble Exfoliates outer...

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