For many people, having clear, glowing, and smooth skin is a challenging task. It is hard to find a qualified product that meets ones expectations when it comes to quality ingredients and price point. Is it all marketing? Not necessarily. 

While the quality of the ingredients of a product is important, it is also important to know that not all ingredients are great for all skin types. An ingredient can make a person’s skin look radiant and moisturized while that same ingredient might leave someone else’s skin looking dull and dry because of their unique skin type.

When it comes to skincare, there isn’t a one-size-fits-all option. That’s why the solution to your skin woes is a personalized skincare routine. By creating one, you’ll finally get the kind of skin you’ve always dreamed of.

The Key to Personalized Skincare

The most important thing is to know your skin type. Skin is generally categorized into four types: 1. Dry Skin 2. Oily Skin 3. Sensitive Skin 4. Combination Skin. No matter which skin type you have, here is a list of some basic products that everyone can use to help take care of their skin. 


A good cleanser is the foundation of any good skincare routine. It can wash away impurities, remove makeup, and unclog pores without drying out your skin. For the best results, use your cleanser in the morning and at night. Make sure to remove all makeup before going to bed.


Our skin cells are constantly renewing, and the cycle of this process slows down as we age. This might lead to dry, dull-looking skin. To get back your glow, use a gentle exfoliator a couple of times a month to remove dead cells and show the healthy skin. 


Toners can be used after the make is removed and the face was washed or cleaned with a cleanser. Traditionally toners were used to remove excess oil and dirt from the skin, however toners nowadays might also be formulated to also nourish the skin. It is recommend to avoid toners with alcohol or other harsh chemicals. 


Serum is a skincare product mostly applied to the skin after cleansing but before moisturizing with the intent of putting certain ingredients directly on the skin. Traditionally serums were only water-based, however nowadays a lot of face oils are marketed as serums. Serums do not work for everyone so it’s good idea to read the ingredients before deciding if and which Serum work for you.


Unless you have perfectly moisturized skin most people use a moisturizer on a daily basis. More and more people are deciding to not wearing makeup and show their natural skin. Celebrities such as Alicia Keys are proudly participating in the no-makeup trend encouraging females and young girl to be proud of their true natural appearance and skin. Using a plant-based skin moisturizer can be a great way to maintain the skin moisturized and nourished skin.

Eye Cream

The skin around the eyes feels significantly more delicate than the rest of your face and can be one of the first places were wrinkles show up on the ones face. Some people swear by eye creams to help against the wrinkles, while others believe that eye creams don’t have much effect. The jury is still out on this one. Again everyone’s skin is different and what works for one person might not work for another person.


There are two types of UV light that might harm the skin: UVA and UVB. UVA rays can prematurely age the skin, causing wrinkling and age spots while UVB rays can burn the skin. Too much exposure to UVA or UVB rays might cause skin cancer. A good sunscreen of at least 30 SPF seems to the minimum recommend.


Now that you know what products you should have in your skincare arsenal, it’s time to understand what type of skin you have. We’re going to summarize our understanding of each skin type and what it needs to help you get the healthy skin you want.


If you have oily skin, you’re most likely regularly dealing with acne and constant shine. Ideally, the skin should have a healthy amount of natural oils. The best is to find natural skin care products that will help balance out your skin.


People with sensitive skin have to be extra cautious as certain skincare products, soaps, laundry detergents, can cause allergies, redness, irritation, and even breakouts. A suggestion for people with sensitive skin is to use natural plant-based skincare to avoid harsh additives or chemicals.Even if the products seem gentle, any chemical fragrances used can cause harmful effects. Going with fragrance-free formulas is also a good rule of thumb when creating your personalized skincare routine. 


As the name suggests, combination skin is a combination of at least 2 of the above skin types. For instance, some people struggle with dry skin, but their t-zone area is oily. Someone may also have both problems and suffer from sensitivity too. In these cases some people might use different routine and products for each part of the face where that person feels that their skin reacts differently. 

Transform Your Skin 

Creating a personalized skincare routine is easy once you know how to take care of your unique skin. Now that you know your skin type, you’re ready to start shopping for products that can give your skin what it needs. Start your glow up and shop Berde’s plant-based skincare now!


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