So what, you read about this awesome product this new blogger wrote about and you have to have it. Why? Because she said it is a miracle product and worked wonders on her skin.
Please don’t do that.
I have seen people writing reviews on how wonderful a product is. And that might be the only product of its kind that they have used so far. So there is no comparative study there.
Don’t just blindly follow and buy based on such feedbacks. See, when switching to chemical free products you will know the difference instantly. But that doesn’t mean that the first product you tried is the best and you should recommend it to people.
When you use products with different ingredients over long period of time, that is when you know the effects and differences between different brands and products.
10 tips to find the right product:
1. Before buying a product read multiple reviews from authentic reviewers and users.
2.Try to understand the ingredients in the product and how it suits your skin.
3. Understand your skin type and the reviewer’s as well, before jumping into conclusions. A product well suited for one skin type might not suit others.
4.Write to the product people and ask your queries and let them help you choose the best product for your skin.
5. Contemplate if this product is really required in your skin care regime. Don’t just hoard unnecessary products.
6. Natural ingredients doesn’t mean it won’t harm your skin. Essential oils are very potent and if not used in right quantity with right other ingredients it can trouble your skin.
7. Try to read reviews from people who have tried out different brands and products, so that the reviews are actually a comparative study and you find out something better than what you think is best.
8. Ask questions. Clear out your concerns. Your skin is not a place to experiment.
9. If you have found out the right product in all categories of your skincare, stick to it.
10. Understand your skin first, it’s concerns and needs and try to find simple solutions. Most of the time we end up spending a lot on solutions that are easily available at home.