Currently, there are many options available to research and purchase products, social media playing an important role in influencing consumers. It is also not uncommon to take advice from a friend that has that glowing complexion we all desire. If we use what that influencer recommends, will our skin look like theirs? If we use the products our friend uses, will our skin miraculously transform with that desired glow? Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Everyone’s skin is unique, with their own skin type and conditions, meaning that what is good for one person’s skin may not be good for another. That being said, let’s look at some of the most common mistakes many people make concerning their skincare.
1. Purchasing products without visiting an aesthetician for a skin analysis
This is the biggest mistake people make. Your skin needs to be examined by a skincare professional and your skin concerns discussed with them to ensure your skin’s unique needs are addressed correctly. If a friend is using G.M. COLLIN’s Nutriderm Cream, for example, and your skin is oily, you should consider using another cream than hers. Getting a professional skin analysis done by an aesthetician ensures you will achieve the desired results for your skin.