Skincare habits, for the most part, are developed and encouraged by noticeable change. If a hyaluronic acid is doing your skin good, chances are it will remain a staple in your line-up while others may come and go depending on their apparent efficacy.
I say ‘apparent efficacy’ because too often genuinely good products can result in lacklustre results. Touting the use of a particular product because it ‘brightens and smooths’ is all well and good, but how does it integrate into your existing routine? You may have the world’s fanciest assortment of skincare products but it could all amount to zilch if applied incorrectly.
These are some hard and fast rules to follow when building your routine to ensure each product does its job without complaint.