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Beauty Products To Add Your Skincare Routine

Your skin is the first thing you show off when you look in the mirror, so it's important to take care of it. But with all the products out there, how can you be sure which ones are going to work best? The answer? Start with the listed four beauty products that every woman should have in her skincare routine.

Top Beauty Products That You Must Have In Your Skincare Routine

An AHA Cleanser

An AHA cleanser is a gentle face wash that contains alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs). These are natural exfoliants that slough off dead skin cells and encourage cell turnover, leaving your complexion looking bright and smooth. They don't contain any harsh chemicals or abrasives, so they're safe for sensitive skin types too. The most common AHAs are glycolic acid (from sugar cane) and lactic acid (from milk).

The best way to use an AHA cleanser is after you've done your daily cleansing routine with a traditional cleanser or foaming facial wash. Apply the AHA solution to damp skin and massage it into your face gently for about 30 seconds before rinsing well with water. You can also use them as spot treatments for areas where you want extra help getting rid of dead skin cells,such as around your nose or on top of blemishes. Some people even apply them as masks!

An Eye Cream

Eye cream is a must-have for anyone with mature skin, but it’s also useful for younger people. Eye creams can help with wrinkles, dark circles, and puffiness.
Eye creams are different from face creams or moisturizers. The texture of the product should be light and easily absorbed by the skin around your eyes. Avoid anything that feels greasy or heavy when applied to this area of your face because it could cause additional irritation. Always cleanse under your eyes first before applying an eye cream so you don’t get any dirt or oil into the sensitive area where makeup sits all day long!

A Vitamin C Serum

Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that's capable of fighting off free radicals, which are the harmful byproducts that result from your body's natural processes. Vitamin C can also help encourage collagen production and aid in healing damaged skin and reducing wrinkles.

Its effects on the skin have been praised by dermatologists for decades, but it's only recently that vitamin C has become more popular as an ingredient in skincare products. There are many different types of vitamin C available now, but L-ascorbic acid is typically considered to be the most effective form for topical application (it can also be taken orally).

Aside from its benefits for your complexion, adding this ingredient to your routine can make you look younger faster: A study found that applying 20% pure L-ascorbic acid topically once daily reduced brown spots in Asian women after 40 days in addition to improving their general appearance overall.

SPF of 30 or Higher

Sun protection is important for everyone, and you should use a moisturizer with an SPF of 30 or higher. SPF refers to the number of UVB rays that are blocked by the product. UVB rays are short-wave ultraviolet rays that cause sunburns and skin cancer. This is why it's important to use a moisturizer with an SPF rating of 30 or higher—to block out most of these harmful rays before they can penetrate deep into your skin.

As far as what brand you should buy, look for one with zinc oxide or titanium dioxide, both mineral-based sunscreens that physically block out UV light, instead of chemical agents like avobenzone (also known as Parsol 1789) that absorb the light before it reaches your skin

A Retinol Serum

If you're looking for a serum that will help your skin look its best but aren't sure about the science behind retinol or how to use one, here's everything you need to know.

Retinol is a type of vitamin A that helps reduce acne and dark spots. You can find it in many products like creams, serums, and gels—and even some sunscreens! (If you're using a product with retinol, you should also wear sunscreen every day.)

The most common way people use it is by putting it on their face at night before bedtime because this allows the product's ingredients to penetrate the deeper layers of skin without being washed off during the day. 

However, there are other methods too: some people apply these serums daily in the morning after moisturizing; others choose not to apply them at all but only use them once a week instead of twice as recommended by dermatologists.


We hope that this list has given you some ideas for new products to try out. If you’re looking for more beauty tips, check out our other articles! We also have an article on how to choose the right moisturizer, which is the most important part of your skincare routine.

Beth Norris

Beth Norris has years of experience working with top cosmetic and skincare brands for years  which reflects in her blogs which are packed with beauty and skincare tips. She has amassed a big following over the years, who wait for her content anxiously.