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Creating a Holistic Skin Care Routine for a Radiant Complexion


Many people want to have healthy, glowing skin, and the key to achieving this is a well-rounded skincare routine. Depending on your skin type, you may need more or less hydration. However, every skin type can benefit from 100% derived plant ingredients that more people are incorporating into their skincare routines today. Chemicals, parabens, and sulfates are some synthetic ingredients that can cause irritation, allergies and, in some cases, even disrupt the skin's natural balance and contribute to long-term skin issues.


This blog will introduce you to a comprehensive skincare regimen that includes organic plant-based products that will help your skin in the long run. With this routine, you can discover the key to a beautiful complexion and achieve a glowy, hydrated, and radiant complexion.


1. Rosehip Oil Serum


Following cleansing, use this oil to begin your skincare routine with your gua sha, allowing it to gently slide onto your skin. Begin your skincare routine with Three Ships Beauty's Boost Rosehip Oil Serum, which contains 49% rose hip oil and requires only a small amount to get significant benefits.


"Boost" is high in vitamins A and C, both necessary for repairing skin suppleness and collagen. After applying 1-2 drops of this serum, your skin will feel smooth and nourished, with no greasy residue. It also contains Grapeseed and Vitamin E, which help to reduce wrinkles and discolouration.


2. Rose Toner 


After applying your oil, it's critical to return your skin to its happy place by balancing its pH. Your skin's pH is like its comfort zone, and it is healthiest when it is slightly acidic, ranging from 4.5 to 5.5 on a scale of 0 to 14. Three Ship Beauty's "Awake" Rose Hydrosol Toner is ideal for accomplishing this. It not only helps to reduce fine wrinkles and dark spots, but it also maintains the pH of your skin.


One of the major ingredients in Awake Rose Hydrosol Toner is alcohol-free witch hazel, which makes your pores appear smaller without making your skin feel tight or dry. This toner is ideal for all skin types and acts as a helpful ingredient by reducing pore size, fighting acne, and maintaining your skin's pH levels for a happy and healthy complexion.


3. Vitamin C Serum 


Vitamin C serum is an essential addition to your skincare regimen, particularly after using a toner, for many vital reasons. Vitamin C is a potent antioxidant that helps protect your skin from free radical damage, such as that induced by UV rays and pollution. Applying it after toning gives your skin an additional layer of protection against environmental stressors.


In addition, Vitamin C is known for its brightening properties. It can assist in fading dark acne scars and hyperpigmentation, resulting in a more even skin tone. This brightening serum makes it an ideal complement to a toner, which also contributes to skin clarity improvement.


Moreover, when combined with a toner, Vitamin C serum can stimulate collagen production. Collagen is necessary for preserving skin elasticity and diminishing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. 


Turn to Dew Drops Mushroom Hyaluronic Acid + Vitamin C Serum for hydration. This serum is based on tremella mushrooms, a natural source of hyaluronic acid that profoundly moisturizes the skin. It also contains Kakadu plum, which has 100 times the Vitamin C content of oranges and can brighten and plump your skin.


4. Creme Moisturizer 


Moisturizing your skin at the end of your skincare routine is essential for every skin type, but it is especially important if you have dry skin. Choosing a suitable moisturizer can make or break your skin's ability to stay moisturized and glowing. For people with drier skin, a cream-based moisturizer is the best option for keeping your skin hydrated and nourished throughout the day.


To round up your regimen, consider using Hydration Boost Facial Creme.


This medium-weight product can be used on your face, neck, and décolleté. It's high in antioxidants, which help to increase cell turnover and brighten dull skin. This cream is suitable for all skin types and can be used at any time of day or night.


 5. Clay Mask


Incorporating a clay mask into your skincare routine once a week finds a balance between receiving its benefits and preventing dryness. It’s also a great way to end a long week and give yourself some well deserved self care, while benefiting your skin. 


Use the Detox Green Tea Antioxidant Clay Mask in your skincare routine once a week to effectively pamper your skin. This mask is excellent in drawing out dirt and pollutants that have become firmly embedded in your skin.


"Detox" contains French green clay and green tea extract, both of which have anti-collagenase properties. These properties aid in the reduction of collagen loss by 47%, resulting in a youthful and bright glow.


If you're looking for more hydration, we recommend using the Softening Facial Mask from Bare Skin Bar, which is intensely hydrating and infused with bamboo polish to exfoliate gently, leaving you with a youthful complexion. 


Conclusion 


Incorporating these products into your skincare routine can be the key to a glowing complexion. Consider using these products in your morning or night routine according to your skin type for the best results. With the commitment of using this five-step skincare routine, it can help you achieve radiant and glowing skin.


Visit Thrive Urban Wellness to check out our skincare collection and start your holistic skin care routine today. 


References


Clinical Social Workers and Psychotherapists, akin to the vital role of Vitamin C in skin health (Linus Pauling Institute, Oregon State University, 2022, https://lpi.oregonstate.edu/mic/health-disease/skin-health/vitamin-C#:~:text=oxidation%20(70).-,Conclusion,needed%20for%20adequate%20wound%20healing)


Clay Mask Benefits. (n.d.). Healthline.


Rosehip Oil Benefits for Skin and Hair. (n.d.). Cleveland Clinic. https://health.clevelandclinic.org/rosehip-oil-benefits-for-skin-and-hair


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