There are many ways of choosing a product, but what should you do when you want the perfect product for your skin?  Try to keep these questions in mind, before making your next purchase. As someone who has had her fair share of experiments with skin products, I'd suggest you take a Skin ID test to understand your skin better. 

These tips are just not for the time being, but for whenever you choose to make changes in your skin regime.  

  • Will it suit your specific skin type?

  • Knowing your skin type, and what it needs should literally be your top priority, because without it, you would be totally confused about what is best for your skin and its needs. Ensure you know your skin type and its major concerns before you purchase any product.

  • Does it contain the right ingredients?

    Without the right ingredients, there’s no point of applying any product on your skin, and wait to see any results. Knowing the ingredients of any skin care product will help you understand whether it will work or not.


  • Will it benefit your skin and fix its concerns?  

    Every individual’s skin is unique and so are its concerns. Make sure to research about product before buying it blindly. Knowing in advance whether you skin will benefit from using these specific products is always a smarter and safer option. Your only option would be to opt for another product, which addresses your skin concerns precisely.

  • Is it really worth buying ?

  • Buying expensive products is just not the answer to your skin concerns, but also knowing whether the product really works before buying it works in your favour. So, it is very important to know what really works on your skin and makes a difference.

  • Is it certified by dermatologists?

  • The skin is the most sensitive part of the body and knowing this, you wouldn’t want to use just any product blindly and irritate your skin even further. So, it’s always best to use products, which are certified by dermatologists, as they are aware of what works best for all skin types and concerns.


    PS: If you're not sure about your skin type yet, you can take your free skin ID test, it'll give you a better understanding of your skin and its issues (or lack there of).  Click on the button below! 

    Know Your Skin With SkinIDTM 

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