At the beginning of the year, you made it a goal to focus more on your skincare. Now that we’re well into 2023, how is it going? If you're still developing a new routine or you're not sure what next step to take, you're in the right spot. Going into the rest of 2023, one thing you can focus on is supporting your skin’s microbiome.

This can be one way to get the results you're looking for—if you're looking for balanced, clear skin. A big part of getting there is using supportive, targeted clear skin products. When skin is supported, it can look and feel balanced. Blemishes may be under control. You may notice a dewy glow. What can you do to further support your skin’s microbiome to get those results? Start here.

Welcome Pre-, Pro-, and Postbiotics into Your Skincare 

One great way to give your skin’s microbiome a boost is by using skincare products that put the spotlight on prebiotics, probiotics, and postbiotics. As a quick primer, prebiotics are the “food” necessary for probiotics to thrive. Probiotics are microorganisms that help keep your body’s systems balanced—including the skin. Postbiotics are byproducts of probiotics and can enrich the skin.

Look for skincare products with kombucha. Kombucha is a source of probiotics and can help balance skin. It’s getting easier to find products that tell you directly that they contain pre, pro-, or postbiotics. And if they do, they can be worth looking into. Of course, don’t forget to check out the complete list of ingredients to make sure any product contains beneficial ingredients you're comfortable adding to your skincare routine.

Develop A Soothing and Supportive Skincare Routine

You may have already started putting together a new skincare routine for the year. But you might not be sure what to add—or take away. Products that soothe and support may offer what you're looking for. It can come down to looking for certain key ingredients that are both gentle and effective.

In terms of soothing and supporting skincare, rosa centifolia and damask rose may be ingredients to look for. These gentle ingredients can help support your skin’s microbiome, especially when paired with postbiotics. They may even help protect skin. You can build a full skincare routine around these kinds of ingredients or use select products like soothing masks and creams.

Recommit to Hydration 

Did your last skincare routine feature hydrating products? What about your new routine? You may have read other articles focusing on the benefits of hydrating toner, serum, and moisturizer. Adding hydrating products is another way to support your skin’s microbiome and your moisture barrier.

If you haven’t put much focus on hydrating (or deeply hydrating) products, it’s not too late. And that’s the great thing about a lot of skincare goals. It’s never too late. If there’s an area you didn’t focus on in the past, you can focus on it now. You may only now be thinking about your skin’s microbiome and how you can support it. And that’s okay! Just be sure to look out for ingredients like postbiotics and alpine rose stem cells to help you on your journey.

About Andalou Naturals

Experience the power of natural innovation with Andalou Naturals. They bring science to every skin and hair care product line. Fruit Stem Cells Science, that is. And that’s just the beginning. Andalou Naturals is also known for their targeting lines. If you have a specific skin or hair care need, Andalou is here to meet that need. Turn to their Clear Skin products to tackle blemish-prone skin. Use their Age Defying products, including their Deep Wrinkle Filler, to target fine lines and wrinkles. Or explore their Brightening range, including their Brightening Turmeric Serum. When you can find products made just for your skin, you feel more confident in your skincare choices. And confidence in skincare is what Andalou Naturals is all about. 

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