Every skin demands a routine of its own, says the beauty bloggers who review hundreds of brands in a year, in exchange of solid dollars. What they mean is: Here’s a product, and it worked wonders for me, but you should try it at your own damn risk.
So, if each skin is different, then why do companies bulk-produce their items?
The answer is simple, they want you to try their products out of curiosity anyway. But if you stick to the basics, you can really achieve personalized skincare.
When you venture into personalized skincare, the industry actually favours you. The ordering regimen of your skincare can actually favour both the industry and your own personal self.
The boom of artificial intelligence and the array fo influencers has made it easier for the public to access the beauty products of their choice.
Thanks to the repeated scripts of YouTubers, it has become an essential staple of every skincare regimen to not follow the herd but form take your won decisions, based on the experiences.
So, it seems rather plausible that people do want to move to a strict skincare regimen that is personalized to their needs. Here’s hoping they make it accessible to the public as well.
Take care, girl. Toodles for now!