Welcome to my skincare blog, truth is I didn’t know if I should go ahead with this skincare blog or not but I gave it a lot of thought and decided to give it a try.
I’m fairly new at blogging and to be honest I don’t consider myself a very good writer, despite the fact, here I am.
There are so many skincare articles and skincare blogs but there’s so much false information that you can become overwhelmed and ultimately cause your skin more damage than what your skin can bear.
I remember being in the same position and irritating my skin constatly for following what I read online.
I’ll not only do my best but I’ll give this skincare blog my all because my purpose is to help you reach the skin of your dreams.
Purpose of My Skincare Blog
I’m so grateful that I had the opportunity to study aesthetics and be a licensed aesthetician because it had always been a dream of mine.
While studying aesthetics, there were a lot of revelations that I was unaware off and that’s why I created this skincare blog.
There is so much false information being spread through the Internet, specially, social media.
You need to be given the correct information to be able to educate yourself on skin care correctly if you want to achieve flawless skin.
I wanted to have a skincare blog as a space where I could share everything I know, have learned and keep on learning about skin care.
- Products that are worth buying.
- My tips and tricks in order to have healthy skin.
- How to correctly use skin care machines.
- And my experiences in the aesthetics and cosmetology field.
Besides this, reviewing skin care products which:
- I find worth reviewing, whether it’s good or bad.
- As well as, the most popular ones in the market.
I truly dream of my blog becoming the best skincare blog throughout the Internet because my passion for skin care doesn’t let me lie.
I want to truly help everyone who’s struggle with their skin just like I did and actually still do.
My skincare blog “All Skin Care Talk”, has been created to keep me motivated to learn and transmit my skin care knowledge to all those individuals who are interested in keeping their complexion healthy and young.
The Importance of The Skin
Being a licensed aesthetician (I officially graduated in December of 2018), the importance of the skin for me is essential.
Not only because it represents me and the job that I can get done, but because our skin performs daily tasks which are essential to our bodies protection.
From daily exposure of viruses and bacterias to the sun’s rays (specifically UV light).
I could go on and on about why protecting the skin is so important but I can’t force you to read, believe or follow what I say.
That’s something that you’ll have to figure out on your own as you read the articles of this skincare blog.
But believe me when I say that you should protect your skin, mainly because of your health, if you don’t, who will?
Skin care is defined as caring for the skin through the use of cosmetics.
The purpose of cosmetic products is to be able to modify appearance, maintain status, beautify or clean areas of the body.
So if you’re wondering whether cosmetic products, the answer is yes, they do work.
However, skin care is complex and it’s so much more than just dabbing skin care products on your skin.
Although, topical skin care products do work, other factors such as genetics and lifestyle play a huge role in how your skin behaves and ages.
I have patients that create all types of stories and excuses to simply not take care of their skin.
Back when I was doing my internship, I was attending a client and I was offering her a face cleanser, not only because I made commissions from products I sold…
…but because I knew that if she used the cleanser it would do good to her skin.
Before I was almost finished with the facial, the lady told me she didn’t need one because she already washes her face with dog soap…
Let me tell you something, if it’s dog soap then it’s probably meant for dogs.
Now a days, there’s no excuse so take care of your skin, specially when there are skin care products ranging in prices and accessible to different budgets.
And you now have access to my skincare blog which no doubt will definetely guide you in the right direction, you can always reach out and let me know your concerns.
You have to prioritize!
What’s on the top of your list? What do you want to accomplish? What are your goals?
You have to set up real goals for the skin you want to achieve.
Again, I know there’s so much information that it can be overwhelming to even start but throught my skincare blog, I’ll teach and help you out!
Take Care of Your Skin
Our skin does the obvious, it protects us from our surroundings and it helps us stay alive so take care of your skin.
If you do, in turn, you’ll have healthy and clear skin.
If you’re here it’s because you want flawless skin.
Now although genetics play a huge role on how your skin behaves and reacts, and despite both of my parents suffering from acne, I was able to maintain my skin under control because I took care of it.
I have to say that my skin has come such a long way and it will go a longer way, because there’s still so many things that I don’t know and I’m still learning; this skincare blog is to document my journey.
Take care of your skin because it ultimately leads to our goal; flawless skin.
Achieve Flawless Skin
It’s no news that beauty influencers, aestheticians and even doctors, claim of being able to achieve flawless skin with:
- Miracle Skin Care Products
(or with whatever kind of false marketing they have in mind), so they can convince you to buy pills, that will eventually be harmful to you, or skin care products that they supposedly swear by, that will probably won’t help at all.
As much as I love the idea, because at some point I did, it’s just not worth your health and money, the reason my skincare blog will help you is because it’ll provide accurate and useful information.
While studying aesthetics, there’s a phrase my teacher use to say that stuck with me “think biologically”.
Imagine you accidentally cut yourself with a knife, does your wound heal immediately?
NO, it takes time, it’s the same way with acne on our skin.
Because if there was a way to heal faster…
…you wouldn’t be here in the first place and the skincare industry wouldn’t be making around $24 billion each year.
Healing your skin is a process that takes time.
That’s why I have my own skin care routine, which I religiously do every day…
…it works for me and if you customize it for your skins needs, it must for you as well. At times, it can be a slow process, but don’t despair what “easy comes, easy goes”.
I say this because a few years ago, I took the famous pill called Accutane, and in a couple of months, without having to follow any tedious skincare routine…
…my skin looked PERFECT, and I felt beautiful.
However, It didn’t last long.
A few month in without taking the pill, brought my nightmares back.
Hard Work is Important
Hard work works and it’s what successful people do, hard work is important in every aspect of your life and it’s what will yield you results.
It’s not easy, nobody said it was, but to reach your goal you must work hard and be constant.
You’ll do things you have never done before, but that’s part of the process.
Sadly, most people aren’t willing to put in the work so when they don’t see immediate results, they give up and get frustrated.
This is because people don’t have a reason as to why they want flawless skin?
Take a second, sit down and find what’s the reason behind wanting clearer skin?
Your reason has to be strong enough for you to be able to continue, even on days you’re not motivated because motivation runs out.
Why are you willing to follow a skin care routine? How much time are you willing to invest in your skin?
I know it’s hard to keep up with a routine, so many steps to follow but remember to focus on the process on a daily basis rather than the the result.
Building this skincare blog has taken focus, dedication, consistency and hard work.
But it doesn’t matter because If I can help someone else with my skincar