What commonly accepted/popular "skincare rules" do you break? [Misc] | Kr Laser

published on Jan 21, 2020

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This sub (and the beauty community as a whole) is often guided by certain accepted facts that are repeated ad nauseam. Most of the time, they are really good advice! (E.g. “Wear sunscreen every day.”) But they often don’t account for every person or every situation, as can only be expected with something as personal as skincare.

Some advice, facts, and practices fall out of fashion and new ones come into focus over time. This makes the world of skincare dynamic and exciting, but can also shift focus away from doing what works for your skin or what is proven to be effective (which I’m certainly not an expert on).

All that said, what do you do in your routine that doesn’t follow the “rules”?

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