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What To Know About Caring For Your Skin In Your 20s

The prime years of being in the your 20s can do a lot of damage to the skin. After recovering from (tragic) teenage pubescent acne, caring about the health of your skin has never been more important! Especially problems that people face when it comes to dealing with sensitive or problematic skin. All those late nights dancing your feet off and travelling between extreme climates will take a toll, especially when Aunt Flo comes to visit every month. We all know what hormonal swings can do to us externally… and it’s not cute to say the least.

A simple regimen that hit all the right notes will give you the best base to any make-up look, minimal everyday to a glamorous all-nighter. In order to curate a routine, it’s important to go back to the basics and recognize your skin type and what works best to solve your personal skin woes. For those who are unsure, find out below!

Sensitive Skin

Delicate skin is usually easily damaged, it can be troublesome with signs of redness and dry patches. A low-irritant daily moisture solution like Dr. Belmeur Daily Repair Line can be your skin-saver to soothe the skin as well as provide moisture. If you’ve got sensitive or dry skin, the Ato Salt Cream may come in handy to improve 42% hydration, 28% skin barrier and clears out flaky skin in 4 weeks time. It can be used for both day and night, take your time to apply before you sleep for best results because our skin’s the most relaxed during this time.

“Dr. Belmeur is here to save us – without irritating our skin!”
Nana Bwincess, Lifestyle blogger & Swimwear Entrepreneur

problematic Skin

Oily and blemished skin can do a lot of harm to our confidence level as well as cause a lot of stress. It can be purely genetic or based off stress, especially when your hormones are all over the place. Avoid clogged pores and pigmentation with Dr. Belmeur Clarifying Line customized to control sebum secretion!

“Lightweight and super easy on the skin as it doesn’t leave any harsh residue!”
— Hanie Hidayah, Blogger & Producer

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