Why you’re getting pimples and dry skin in isolation.

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1. Know that isolation skin, just like COVID-19, won’t last forever.

It doesn’t help that we’re now looking at ourselves more than we normally would (thanks video calls), but accepting that changes in our skin are almost inevitable given the world we’re living in helps to put things into perspective.

Rather than feeling overwhelmed or down about your skin, know it will settle down and you can ride it out. Everyone is going through weird changes and it’s OK if your skin isn’t looking the best at the moment.

2. Keep your skincare routine simple, but powerful.

Now is an excellent time to focus on building a great skincare routine, but know it doesn’t have to involve the kitchen sink to be effective. In other words, don’t put every skincare product you own on your face at the same time.

The foundations of any great skincare routine are a gentle cleanser (avoids foams), a…

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