As the temperature drops across Australia, your skin will be showing the signs. Last season’s dewy glow and hydrated complexion have likely been replaced with skin that is dull, dry and perhaps itchy and sensitive.
As social isolation has naturally increased the amount of time we're spending at home, it's a reasonable assumption that the skin should be reaping the rewards.
Hands up if you've ever chosen a skincare product because it contains retinol. In a room full of ageing or acne-prone consumers, it's a safe bet that retinol-based products have featured in the skincare routines of most, if not all, at one time or another.
A skin purge is the ultimate double-edged sword in skin concerns. While you’ve chosen a product for the array of benefits promised by the manufacturer, instead you may experience blemishes, breakouts and a complexion that looks nothing like the picture-perfect skin you were expecting.