Skin care is a hot topic for most women, but combating every single concern can be tricky. You may need to even out your skin tone around your eyes while keeping lotion away from your oily forehead. Or, you may need to hydrate a flaky chin without applying the wrong type of lotion to the rest of your face. Luckily, there are plenty of beauty products on the market that target specific areas of the face or particular types of skin. Figuring out your needs when it comes to skin care products is the key to balancing out your beauty regime.
1. ISOMERS All-In-One Complete Eye Firming Serum
The skin around your eyes is possibly the most difficult part of your face to care for. Your skin is thin and delicate in the area, but you need to deal with various problems, like undereye bags, dark circles, wrinkles and dry skin, all at once. Instead of having to use two or more eye creams and serums to address your whole eye contour, Isomer’s Skin Line has the perfect one step solution to keep away bags and dark circles. ISOMERS All-In-One Complete Eye Firming Serum provides everything you need in one package. Six different concentrates target under eye bags and circles while moisturizing and smoothing the skin. The serum also improves elasticity and skin tone while preventing the normal signs of aging. This serum is ideal for on-the-go women who need to simplify their morning and evening beauty routines. Twice a day, apply two drops of serum under your eyes, eyelids and outer corners, using your ring finger for a gentle touch.
2. Clinique Moisture Surge Intense Skin Fortifying Hydrator
Many moisturizing creams don’t work for both dry skin and combination skin, but Clinique’s Moisture Surge Intense Skin Fortifying Hydrator is an exception. While the cream is thick and rich, it doesn’t contain oil, which means that shiny areas of your face won’t be intensified. Slather it on extra dry areas of your face, like your chin or nose. If you have a long day ahead of you, Moisture Surge is ideal because it keeps skin soft and plumped for up to 24 hours. With daily use, you’ll notice that your skin is naturally more hydrated. Fortifying ingredients build up your natural moisture barrier while keeping irritants in the environment away.
3. Matte by MAC
MAC’s Matte cream may feel like lotion to the touch, but it goes on the face like powder. You can keep your skin healthfully moisturized while reducing the shine you currently have. Matte combats oily skin while still hydrating, especially since it can be applied on top on your regular moisturizer. Only one layer of Matte is needed and it can be used either on bare skin or before applying makeup. However, it’s best to use the product after moisturizer, but before foundation to prime the skin for makeup. Matte can be applied either over the whole face or just to the T-zone to reduce the appearance of shine, using a latex sponge or MAC’s 252 Shader Brush. Don’t apply Matte with your fingertips, which could lead to shine.