The evolution of beauty is at the top now, and skincare products are roaring the industry. Beauty industry graph is at its peak and has already put his leg in the billion-dollar industry, making everyone believe that taking care of the skin is very important. Investing in your skincare is not bad unless you are getting satisfying results. One understands the cost and time of getting good healthy skin. Getting healthy skin is crucial to boost your confidence and self-esteem level.
But is running after cheap cosmetic and skincare products worth? When it comes to skincare and cosmetics, where should we spend more, and where should we save? The answer to this is quite a debate and questionnaire itself and depends upon individuals’ skin. Let’s dig into this and find out where to save and spend on skincare and cosmetic products.
Where to save?
Purchasing a cheap beauty product, and thinking that you will get a brighter and shinier skin is like an illusion. Using cosmetics that are cheap at cost can contain harmful chemicals that can damage the skin very much. Going with such cosmetic products will not empty your bank initially, but the result that you get from them will surely burn your bank later. Many cheap and duplicate products available in the market can surely attract and make you buy them. But in the long run, the result of these products can cost you even more.
With the increase in demand and need, such skincare products have also spread their leg in the market. No doubt, they are giving a tough competition to the original product in the price tag. But in the longer run, such products are the ones that will destroy your skin the more.
Such cosmetic products will temporarily bleach your skin, making it look brighter and shinier. But after using it for a while, you’ll realize that your skin is gradually losing the charm and is looking like dead skin. Your skin will be lacking nourishment and will look pale, with no grace.
Another side effect of using cheap cosmetic products is their fragrance. Their fragrance cover-up various kinds of smells they’re having and can also cause headaches.
Don’t get duped with ineffective or potentially harmful skincare products in the long race.
Where to spend then?
You should migrate yourself from using cheap cosmetic products and go for homemade natural products. They are more treatment-based and enriched with high-quality natural ingredients. They might cost you huge initially, but in the long run, they will be worth every penny.
Natural skincare products are an excellent value of money. They are indeed costly, but in return, you’re giving your skin, the best treatment.
When you use the homemade products, your skin will also get nourishment from inside as well as outside and make your skin look charming and glowing. Such products will cost you a bit but will cure your skin to the root properly.
Whereas, the cheap cosmetics products will show the best results in its initial phase and make you feel worth using it. But in the long run, such products will make your face dull and aging.
Homemade products are made from natural ingredients, and so they don’t change their fragrance usually. The presence of essential oil fragrance in Homemade products can also give aromatherapy to the person using it. So overall, applying homemade products on skin is more beneficial than cheap cosmetics.
And if you talk about where to spend and save in terms of natural and homemade cosmetics and skincare, then I would recommend spending more on homemade serums, antioxidants, sunscreens and night creams and less on cleansers, and toners. This list can not be fixed for everyone, as every skin is different from each other.
Consume more on natural homemade serums, as they contain many useful ingredients and penetrate deep inside the skin to benefit. To get a better skin every morning when you woke up, go with natural antioxidants (Retinol) for best results.
Always prefer clinically proven natural homemade products for treating sun damage, aging, acne, etc. Stay away from products containing petrolatum and lanolin as these are skin-harming ingredients and can damage your skin even more. If your skin is healthier and free from problems like acne, you don’t need to spend much on moisturizer.
I hope this has made your mind clear enough about where to spend and where to save when it comes to skincare. Buying a cheap $10 beauty product based on other suggestions and expecting to get the same result is a gibberish thought.
Think again and change your mind. Don’t make decisions that can make you feel guilty in the long run. Spending time on knowing the ingredients used in each product is one what you can make sure you are getting what you paid for.
Your goal should not be just to fill your wardrobe with x number of beauty and cosmetic products but should be to focus on natural and homemade skincare products that should work for you.