“The quiz results suggested Super Healthy Skin Gentle Foamy Face Wash, which I introduced every evening as a second cleanse and occasionally in the morning as a simple yet effective wash when I felt I needed more than just water. To tackle my acne and acne scarring, I began to implement Superdrops Brightening Niacinamide as well as Super Retinol Night Cream into my evening routine. Because Super Retinol also contains vitamin C (which shouldn’t be applied at the same time as niacinamide), I was sure to use these on alternating nights. It’s also worth mentioning that because I’ve been using retinol for over a year, my skin was able to handle Super Retinol’s formula two to three times per week, but if you’re new to it, it’s best to slowly introduce to your regime (just once a week to begin with, and then slowly build up to three times per week if there’s no reaction). Even within a week, I noticed my scarring had faded slightly, and my skin tone was more balanced.
“As my skin always feels tight with dehydration, especially when using retinol, I love the added injection of moisture from using a combination of Triple Hyaluronic Acid and Super Healthy Skin Daily Moisturiser. I’ve been using them together both morning and evening, along with Super Healthy Skin Featherlight SPF in the mornings (an SPF is vital every day, but especially the morning after you’ve used retinol). I love this product not only for the protection it gives me against the sun all year round but also because it’s a gorgeous primer, allowing my foundation to glide onto my face. As it turns out, another product that also makes a great primer is Plantastic Genius Ginseng Eye Cream. I wouldn’t necessarily have thought to use a product like this if it wasn’t for my quiz results, but it’s been great at targeting my tired and puffy morning eyes and has helped give some added moisture to my eye area ahead of makeup application.”
— Rebecca Rhys-Evans, branded content editor