SKIN CARE | Skin care Regimen with Patricia Bright

Patricia Bright 

 

Create Your Skincare Regimen and Stick to it…

One of the best ways to healthy glowy skin, apart from a healthy lifestyle, is to have a good skincare regimen.

Creating one that works for your skin isn’t difficult. All you need to do is follow 4 key steps: Cleanse | Exfoliate | Treatment | Moisturise.

What products you use for these steps vary widely, and is very dependent on your skin type. Read more on what’s best for different skin types and how to find yours on our Starter’s Guide to Beautiful African Skin.

This is a great video showing you how popular Nigerian-British  YouTuber, Patricia Bright, got rid of her skin texture issues, especially large pores and whiteheads, by following and sticking to her own customised skincare regimen.

This should give you a great idea how to go about creating yours. You can keep it as simple as you want, and don’t have to use as many products… especially if you have sensitive skin. Try not to start using more than one new product at once, and always do a skin patch test. Stronger products like AHAs and Retinols, can be altered and don’t have to be used at the same time or every night.

Make sure to ALWAYS use a high broad spectrum SUNSCREEN every morning, especially when using treatments, which leave your skin more sensitive to the sun.

HERE ARE HER STEPS BELOW:

“STEP 1 – CLEANSE
Anything containing salicylic ACID
Neutrogena
Body Shop Clay Mask
Ole Henriksen Pure Truth Melting Cleanser

STEP 2 EXFOLIATE

* Physical
PMD – Personal Microderma Brasion – it is a great alternative to a clinic, much cheaper and results can be even better some times

Chemical
* AHA Gel – Paulas Choice – Glycolic Acid 8%

STEP 3 TREATMENT
* BHA Gel – Paulas Choice – Salicylic Acid 1%
* Retinol – La Roche – Posay – Redermic
* Hyaluronic acid
* Night Oil – Keihls Midnight Recovery Oil ”

~Patricia Bright

 

I hope this helps.

***This information is based on extensive research and trial and error. It is not a professional diagnosis, and should not replace the advice of a good dermatologist. Please use it with discretion***

 

Watch, Learn and Enjoy!!!