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Don’t overdo it! Follow these simple steps to make skincare easier for you.

Have you finally decided to start a skincare routine? You might come across a lot of unnecessarily complicated information online. All the jargon related to skincare products can be overwhelming. You might also stumble upon a lot of contrasting information, making it difficult to know where to begin.

We have compiled a list of products that are of utmost importance for an effective and easy skincare routine. Following a lengthy and complicated routine can be tough. So, always start with a basic routine that is effective enough to get desired results within months.

It would be best if you also stuck to a skincare routine that you can follow. While following a routine can be easier during the day, we feel too lazy to go over a gazillion steps to get in bed at night. This applies to everything else in life; always follow a routine that will keep you motivated and won’t make you feel like you’re overexhausting yourself.

What is Skincare?

If you ever come across advertisements and products that promise to make you look younger, don’t believe them. Skincare means taking care of your skin, preventing it from damage, and supporting its integrity.

If you start taking care of your skin early, your skin might look fresh and young for a longer time. Skincare can help you avoid things like fine lines, wrinkles, acne spots, and large pores. However, this doesn’t mean that it can stop the process of aging completely.

What Does an Easy Skincare Routine Include?

An easy skincare routine only requires five to six basic products that help you effectively rejuvenate your skin and make it healthy. All products, except one or two, are the same for the daytime and nighttime routine. So, please don’t overdo it with masks and scrubs during the first few months of following a routine.

It is also a good practice to avoid harsh products, such as chemical exfoliants, in the beginning. Like everything else in life, you should pace yourself and your skin and take baby steps to get optimal results.

An easy skincare routine in the morning includes five products, in the following order:

  • Face cleanser or face wash
  • Toner
  • Serum
  • Moisturizer
  • Sunblock

As we mentioned, only one or two products are swapped for the nighttime routine. The products include:

  • Cleanser
  • Toner
  • Serum
  • Night Cream (Optional)
  • Moisturizer

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However, before buying these products, it’s important to know what each of these products does. Please keep reading to find out why you need these products, how they work, and how to pick a suitable skincare product for your skin concerns.

Face Cleanser

A face cleanser is used to remove makeup, dead skin, oils, and other outside material that might cause the skin to react. Depending on the cleanser you have, it is recommended to use cleansers twice or thrice a day.

The cleansers and face washes come in gel form as well as foam. You can also have your pick from water-based and oil-based collections. However, it is important to avoid cleansers with added fragrances as they can affect the health of your skin.

Our Gentle Herbal Cleanser is a great way to start as it contains natural products that are not too harsh on the skin.


Depending on your skin concerns, you can choose from three different types of toners; hydrating, exfoliating, and treatment toners. Toners remove any remaining outside particles that are left behind after using a cleanser.

In addition to this, they also penetrate the skin on a deeper level and help improve the pores of your skin. For the first few months, you should use a mild toner with less active ingredients such as AHA, BHA, and PHA.

Our Hydrating Toner Mist is perfect for beginners. Its ingredients include vitamins A, E, and C, and it gently hydrates the skin to give a more refreshed look.


In the serums phase, you want to concentrate on your specific skin concerns. While moisturizers and toners work on the deeper layers of the skin, serums work on the top layer. So think about your skin concerns and choose a serum accordingly.

Do you have fine lines, discoloration, or dark spots? Serums will help you in treating your skin issues. While serums, ampoules, and boosters do contain concentrated amounts of active ingredients, they are not as harsh. For example, our Collagen Serum with Vitamin C contains hyaluronic acid.

Moisturizer and Sun Block

Moisturizers help reduce skin problems like acne and break outs. They can help eliminate excessive oils or dryness of the skin.

On the other hand, a sunblock is the most important product in a skincare routine. It protects from harmful UVA and UVB rays that can cause cancer.

It is recommended to use at least SPF 15 sunscreens. Our Sun Protection Moisturizer is a perfect 2 in 1 product that eliminates a skincare routine step for beginners.

Night Cream

While a night cream is not essential for beginners, it is still extremely important. It works throughout the night to help rejuvenate your skin. Using a night cream will help moisturize, tone, and firm your skin.

You can also use some of our moisturizers during the night, and they will work on getting rid of aging signs such as fine lines, wrinkles, and sagginess of the skin.

Concluding Thoughts

Eating, drinking, and sleeping habits are also huge factors and can help improve your skin drastically. So keeping your body hydrated, healthy, and well-rested will help speed up the healing process.

Always perform adequate research before you commit to a single routine. Experiment and find the best products that work for you. Remember that skincare products are an investment, and you should stick to an easy skincare routine in the initial stages. For more details and more skincare products, visit our website. Click here to make your first purchase.

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