A simple step-by-step guide for building a skincare routine for sensitive skin.
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A simple step-by-step guide for building a skincare routine for sensitive skin.

My Skincare Routine Sensitive Skin

I wanted to share with y’all my current skincare routine. I have struggled with acne since I was a teenager and then in my twenties, I started to have eczema around my nose and chin. My face was always blotchy no matter how much makeup I used. I tried so many skincare products, Proactive, drugstore cleanser, all-natural products, I even made my own essential oils cleanser.

Through trial and error, I have finally found a skincare routine that works for my sensitive skin. Now, the only time I have a bad acne breakout or eczema is when I’m stressed, that time of the month, or when I eat poorly for a long period of time.

Morning Steps

First thing in the morning, when I’m brewing my coffee, I use my ice roller. It’s a great way to wake up your skin and reduce redness. Then after I have completed the majority of my morning routine and finish my workout, I rinse off and wash my face.

I use my facial brush to wash my face in the morning. It has three different cleansing brushes. A gentle scrub, exfoliating scrub, and a silicone scrub brush. It leaves your skin feeling soft and clean. I use It Cosmetics cleanser. 

After cleansing my face I apply eye cream and moisturizer. I allow those to set in for a few minutes before applying my makeup.

Nighttime Steps

At night is when I shower. Instead of using makeup removing cloth, I double cleanse. The reason for that is removing cloths leave a residue and cause my skin to breakout.

The first cleanser I use is gel-to-cream. It goes on thick and when water is applied it becomes creamy. I use a hot washcloth to remove the cleanser and makeup, but you can use just your hands and water. After removing my makeup, I use my It Cosmetics cleanser.

Once I am out of the shower, I apply my eye cream. I started using this eye cream about 2 months ago and am blown away by the results. It reduces dark circles, puffiness, and lines. Plus it’s under $15!

After my eye cream, I apply face oil. This stuff is amazing! It reduces dark spots, acne scars, redness, and gives your skin a healthy glow. Once my face oil has set into my skin, I apply my moisturizer.

More Skincare Products

Skincare products can be pricey. I use It Cosmetics because it works well for my skin, but I understand that it is not in everyone’s budget. That is why my current eye cream and moisturizer are Honest Beauty.

However, if you are interested in using IT Cosmetics products, I recommend THIS moisturizer with the cleanser. I love their moisturizer more than any other brand I’ve ever used. I highly recommend it!

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Other tips for healthy skin

  1. Drink at least 64 ounces of water. I highly recommend Summit Water Bottles they come in a variety of designs and sizes. I have a 32 oz that I try to refill it 3 times per day.
  2. Eat Cleaner ingredients and less processed foods.
  3. Check the ingredients in your makeup products. I am allergic to Talc. It breaks me out severely. If you are struggling with acne, try cutting it out of your products for a month and see if it makes a difference. For Talc-free makeup, suggestions check out my blog post, The Best Affordable Makeup Products for Sensitive Skin

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3 Comments

  1. Hmm! This is interesting. I usually don’t wipe my makeup before washing my face, so I need to start that. It’s true that the foods we eat affect our skin. Like when I had kale salad for breakfast for five days, I saw amazing changes on my skin. I’m also going to look at these products you mentioned here. Thanks for such helpful post.

    1. I’m glad you liked it! Yes, removing your makeup before you wash your face helps get the extra dirt off.

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