The range of facial care products is very wide. In order not to get lost in the variety of creams, tonics, serums, cleansers, washes, and care products, it is important to understand how they work and in what sequence they should be used to achieve maximum effect.
Haircare is at first glance simpler than skincare: hair should be washed at comfortable intervals, massaged and scalp should not be forgotten, and masks and conditioners should be used if desired. The main thing in hair care is to choose the right products according to the hair type and the problems to be solved. For example, biotin and collagen shampoo will help with hair loss and give volume to thin hair.
How to determine your hair type
Hair, like skin, can have many individual characteristics: straight hair is not necessarily fine, and curly hair is not necessarily thick. However, there are universal parameters that are easy to work with. The thickness, texture, and porosity can be determined with a few simple experiments at home. In the end, hair can be classified into one of four hair types, each of which has subtypes that require special care.
A popular indicator of hair type is its oiliness, which refers to the characteristics of the scalp. And oily scalps can be dehydrated: start with a good scalp care regimen, and then fine-tune your beauty routine by paying attention to how your hair develops. To see just how thick your hair is, separate a strand and look at the roots: it’s best to do this with the strand at the very parting.
Loomy hair with split ends is what many people get at the end of winter. Improving the condition of your hair requires more than just looking after it with the right products. While shampooing and conditioning hair (after a cold snap, choose regenerating shampoos) in the shower, try not to turn up the temperature too much. Hot water dehydrates hair, which makes it dry, making it vulnerable. Your hair should be washed under lukewarm or – even better – cool water. This will make it feel more normal again more quickly.
The purpose of conditioning is to smooth out the texture, make combing easier, and add shine to the hair. Apply to towel-dried, clean hair. Do not leave the conditioner on the hair for a long time, it has no added effect. If you choose a shampoo to be guided by the condition of the hair roots, the conditioner is chosen depending on how the main length of your hair. A leave-in conditioner is a great all-around choice. If your hair is damaged, looking dry and dull, look for repairing or nourishing hair conditioners.
The balm is part of your basic hair care routine, but it’s no substitute for a mask, serum, or oil. These products are designed to provide more intensive care for damaged hair. It is advisable to use a mask up to once a week as the hair will quickly become greasy and lose volume.
Specialists advise not to use several masks in parallel and apply a course of one mask for one to three months: this way, you can achieve a cumulative effect, and the risk of overloading the hair nutrients will be minimal. The most common components of masks – natural oils (shea butter, olive oil, macadamia oil, coconut oil) and hydrolyzed keratin. They create the thinnest film on the surface of the hair, which retains moisture, as well as panthenol, vitamins A and E – these ingredients give hair elasticity and shine.
Cleansing the skin
Remember that cleansing your skin properly is the base for further skincare. We offer facial cleansing gel and foam. These are multi-acid products that effectively remove make-up, dirt, and grease from your face. As the gel is a concentrated product with a high percentage of acids, and the foam is more delicate and has more acids but a lower concentration, it is best to use the gel for normal and oily skin and the foam for dry and sensitive skin. The products can also be combined with foam in the morning and cleansing gel in the evening.
Daytime collagen anti-wrinkle cream moisturizes the skin, has antioxidant and protective properties – it protects the skin from free radicals. Nighttime neck firming cream – nourishes the skin, fights photo-aging and Chrono aging, and improves cell regeneration. Highly permeable eye cream – provides comprehensive care for the delicate and sensitive skin of the orbital area.
Bloommy glycolic acid pads are designed to cleanse and refresh the skin. Recommended for dull, oily, and combination skin with enlarged pores.
Main active ingredients:
- Glycolic acid – perfectly dissolves cell adhesion, helps to get rid of keratinized layer, stimulates cell renewal, due to which skin becomes smoother, pigment spots are lightened, fine wrinkles disappear. Glycolic acid also increases hyaluronic acid levels and improves skin elasticity;
- Green Tea, Witch Hazel, and Calendula extracts gently and delicately exfoliate dead skin cells, promote skin regeneration, reduce pigmentation and provide antioxidant protection.
It is necessary to even out the skin’s pH level, as further basic care will have maximum effect when the pH level is normal. If a toner is not used, part of the function of the basic care products is used to normalize the acid-alkaline balance of the skin, so they will not be able to release their main functions.
This is moisturizing, nourishing, and protecting the skin. For comfort and greater effectiveness, we have divided this stage into two parts:
- The Face Serum and Eye Emulsion is the first portion of your daily moisturizing routine. The application of eye serum and emulsion. These are lightweight products that are structured to add a lot of moisturizing and nourishing substances. The products are easy and quick to absorb, saturate the skin with nutrients and conduct the ingredients of the cream into the deeper layers of the skin.
- Application of collagen retinol cream. Day cream, night cream, and eye cream are better applied after the serum and emulsion so that they work not only in the epidermis but also in deeper layers of the skin and complement the action of the previous products.
Readers Might Also Like: