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Best  Daily  Skin Care For All Ages

Best Daily Skin Care For All Ages

Let’s Talk About The Teens First

Since puberty occurs around that age, teen skin can be quite sensitive and requires special attention. Teenage skin is also prone to acne, therefore developing a teenage skin care routine is essential during this period. If you're curious about 'why do teenagers get acne' or 'when does acne go away’

It may take some trial and error to establish the correct routine for your skin, but once you do, you'll be able to stick to it for years! 

Here’s how to build a better skin care for your ‘oh so sensitive’ teenage skin.

Step 1


There are efficient cleansing face cleansers available for any skin type, whether a teenager's complexion is oily or dry. A safe and trustworthy face cleanser is the finest approach to cleanse your face. In the morning and before going to bed, you should cleanse your face. Wash your face as soon as possible after sweating. Read the label on any cleanser you're considering buying to determine the best face wash for you.

Step 2


Exfoliating your skin is an excellent approach to get rid of dead skin cells. What's important to remember about this procedure is that if done incorrectly, it may cause more harm than good to your skin. Exfoliating is essential for teenagers, but choose your product carefully.

Know your Skin

Depending on a teenagers skin type, it is vital to be aware of what skin type you have:

  • Sensitive skin:  May be prone to stinging or burning after using a product.
  • Normal skin: One that’s not oily or dry, but well balanced.

  • Dry skin: Can feel tight or itchy and look dull, flakey, or rough.

  • Oily Skin: Produces excess oil and looks shiny and greasy.

  • Combination skin: Combination of oily and dry skin, oily in some parts and dry in others.

Step 3


Often people confuse dehydrated skin with dry skin!


What’s the difference?

Dehydrated skin is the one which can be flakey, dull, and dry, lacks water while dry skin lacks sebum (which keeps your skin hydrated by providing natural oils).

Now that we know the difference, what is the correct way to keep the skin  hydrated  apart from drinking 8 glasses of water a day?

We have one of the best solutions for your skin hydration..!!

Personal recommendation would be EveenOrganic’s WATERMELON 24X7 GLOWING & HYDRATING MIST ;)


It is not enough to use high-quality skin-care products: You must also apply your products in the proper sequence for maximum effectiveness. The components and formulations of your goods, as well as the time of day, will determine your regimen. However, because thin products won't penetrate thicker ones, it's a good rule of thumb to apply them in order of texture, from thinnest to thickest.


1- Wash Your Face
  • Rinse your face with water every morning and night
  • Then rub a tiny amount of gentle cleanser between your clean palms.
  • Face wash should be gently massaged all over your face.
  • Rinse your hands and massage your face with water until the cleanser and filth have been removed.
  • Using a soft towel, gently pat your face dry.
  • If you use makeup at night, you may need to cleanse twice.
  • Cleanse your face with cleaning oil first.
  • To make makeup removal easier and avoid rubbing your eyes, try keeping dedicated eye-makeup removers on for a few minutes.
  • After that, scrub your entire face gently.
2- Apply Toner 
  • Apply toner after cleaning your face and before doing anything else.
  • Using your palms or a cotton pad, gently swipe a few drops of toner onto your face.
  • Only apply your exfoliating toner at night if it contains chemicals like glycolic acid to exfoliate dead skin cells.
  • Using hydrating formulations twice a day is recommended.
  • Exfoliating toner with retinoids or other exfoliants should not be used at the same time.
3- Apply Serum
  • Use a hyaluronic acid-based moisturising serum at night to keep your skin from drying out, especially if you're taking anti-aging or acne treatments that might irritate and dry the skin.
  • Exfoliants like alpha-hydroxy acids (AHA) or lactic acid can be found in serums.
  • Always keep in mind: Water-based serums should be administered before moisturiser and oil-based serums after moisturiser.
4- Apply Moisturizer
  • Moisturizer moisturizes the skin while also locking in all of the other layers of makeup.
  • For the morning, choose a light lotion with an SPF of at least 30.
  • Use a richer night cream in the evening.
  • Use a cream morning and night if you have dry skin.
5- Apply Sunscreen
  • Skin cancer and ageing can be avoided by protecting your skin from UV radiation.
  • Even if your moisturizer does not contain SPF, you should still use sunscreen.
  • Allow 20 minutes for chemical sunscreens to take action before stepping outside.
  • Look for a broad-spectrum SPF that protects against both UVA and UVB light.

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