Especially as the seasons change and we move from Summer to Fall, you might be tempted to change up your skincare regimen. Maybe there are some new products you’re dying to add into the mix with the ones you already use, or maybe you’re ready to transition to something a little heavier as the air becomes cooler and dryer. Especially when it comes to products you use on your face, always proceed with care.
When using a new product, start slow. Rather than applying it on your face the first time you try it, do a spot test on the delicate skin of your inner wrist to see how it reacts. A little redness on your wrist is easier to conceal than a red face! After that, use it only a couple times a week to let your skin acclimate before you start using it daily. Your skin has gotten used to certain products with certain ingredients, so a sudden switch can make it sensitive and trigger a reaction.
Rather than adding many new products to your skincare regimen at once, it’s usually best to add one at a time. One new product alone can shock your skin a bit, so too many new products all at once can cause extra sensitivity and dryness. Plus, if your skin has a reaction, how will you know which product caused it?
If you’re using a lot of products, you also need to be aware of the different ingredients and how they react with one another. Some ingredients may neutralize each other so you don’t get to enjoy any of the benefits, and other ingredients may even have a negative reaction when mixed together. Brilliance New York makes it easy for you with different skincare collections that are designed not only to work together but even to enhance one another.
Did you know that certain age-defying ingredients like retinol can be harsh on your skin? Brilliance New York skincare boasts retinyl palmitate, which gently turns into retinol only after being absorbed into the skin. Brilliance New York products are safe for all skin types, including for sensitive skin. Your transition to new products should be indulging and stress-free, with nothing less than radiant results.