Use a non-foaming or gentle sulfate-free cleanser. Sulfate-free cleansers remove dirt and oil from skin pores without drying it out.
Avoid alcohol-based toners. These harsh products dry and dehydrate your skin. Use natural toners with rosewater, hyaluronic acid, and peptides. They balance skin pH.
Vitamin C serum rejuvenates skin. Vitamin C and sunscreen (the penultimate step) can double protection and neutralize free radicals.
Moisturizer hydrates skin. Look for peptides, ceramides, hyaluronic acid, and glycerin. Choose non-comedogenic, face-specific products.
Even if your moisturizer has SPF, use sunscreen. Choose a sunscreen with SPF 30 and PA+++. This shields UVA and UVB radiation.
Use morning cleanser. Aesthetic specialist Josh Sim recommends micellar water for sensitive and oily skin to remove makeup before cleaning.
Toner with chamomile, green tea, allantoin, and niacinamide is mild and moisturizing.
Antioxidant serums nourish skin. Look for algal extracts, resveratrol, and sodium ascorbyl phosphate (a stable vitamin C).
Refresh fragile eye skin with an eye cream. Choose an eye cream that addresses your skin issues, such as dark circles or puffiness.
Creamy moisturizers nurture skin deeply.