5 Signs It’s Time for a New Skin Care Routine

Change can be hard. Whether it’s changing jobs or switching up your facial cleanser, embracing change is often difficult at first, but usually, it’s for the better. Everyone’s skin care routine is pretty sacred. It took years of trial and error with different products and steps to find the ideal balance. You finally have it down to a T, but there’s a little voice in your head telling you that it’s just not working out. You can’t ignore it, but the thought of breaking up with your favorite, albeit not-so-effective products sounds nearly impossible. Don’t worry—it gets better, but first, you have to switch things up. Let’s take a look at the five signs that it’s time for new products or a new skincare routine altogether.

TULA_Ombre_DiscoveryKit2_Sq1. The Weather Has Changed, but Your Products Haven’t

The most obvious reason to change your products is if the season just changed (hello, spring!). Just like you put away the fuzzy boots at the end of winter, you should pack away your more winter-appropriate skin products and make room for the sunny-weather-loving ones. Don’t worry; this isn’t goodbye for good, just for a few months.

2. Your Makeup Isn’t Holding Up

The best makeup looks start with beautiful, healthy skin. If you find that you can’t make it to your lunch break without your foundation slipping and sliding, for example, it could be because your skincare routine isn’t pulling its weight. In this case, your oily skin needs a more balanced moisturizer plus a primer gel that grips onto your makeup.

3. Your Skin Concerns or Goals Have Changed

While it would be great if our skin stayed the same and perfect forever, new concerns are bound to appear, and your goals will change too. Whether it’s the weather or an underlying issue, you should match your products to suit your skin’s current situation, not what you were dealing with last year.

For example, the winter might be severely drying your skin, so you need a heavier moisturizer. Or maybe you want to consolidate the products you use, so it’s time to get rid of the one-trick ponies and replace them with multitasking products. Whatever the case, make sure your routine fits where you are now.

4. You Recently Entered a New Decade

As we get older, our skin does too and requires a different type of care. No matter if you just turned 20, 30, 40, or 50, now is a good time to reevaluate your routine. Subtle differences can be hard to spot in the moment, but a full-on audit of your needs and prepping for the future can make sure you’re on the right track and using the right products. Consider how your skin has changed over the last 10 years and where you see it headed; prep accordingly.

5. It’s Just Time for Something New

Finally, sometimes we don’t need a specific reason to switch our routine up—we just want to try something new. And that’s okay! There are loads of effective, new products to try out there, with innovative ingredients like probiotics and superfoods that fuel your skin. Don’t be afraid to branch out and switch your tried and true with something new.

About TULA Skincare

TULA means balance in Sanskrit. As the leader in probiotic skincare, the brand combines powerful probiotics with skin superfoods to give you healthy, balanced, and glowing skin. The company is built on the belief that the same ingredients that are good for your body are also great for your skin. They are committed to bringing clean, clinically proven, and effective skincare to the market for people with oily skin, dry skin, and more. TULA looks to research to determine which ingredients they do and do not include. Probiotics are a breakthrough innovation in skincare treatment because they deliver clinically proven results through their unique ability to soothe and calm skin inflammation and balance the microbiome. TULA is available on tula.com, at Ulta Beauty, and in select Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus stores. The brand is clean and proudly cruelty-free.

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