1 Secret to Beautiful Skin that isn't Mentioned

Skincare brands talk about ingredients, and specialized products that cures everything from acne to wrinkles. 

But why is it that it usually works to begin with, but after a few weeks it dosen't do very little? The answer is the freshness of the products..

Fresh skincare makes sense the same way fresh food does - it's more nourishing and has less additives

The freshness of skincare products can be affected by several factors, including:

Exposure to air and light: Exposure to air and light can cause skincare products to oxidize and deteriorate, reducing their effectiveness.

Ingredients: Some ingredients, such as essential oils, are prone to spoilage and can cause a skincare product to go bad more quickly.

Preservation: Skincare products that contain preservatives can help to extend their shelf life and keep them fresh for a longer period of time.

Storage conditions: Skincare products should be stored in a cool, dry place to prevent spoilage. Exposure to high temperatures and humidity can cause skincare products to deteriorate more quickly.

Shelf life: Skincare products have a shelf life, which is the amount of time they remain fresh and effective. The shelf life of a product is often indicated on the packaging.

Use-by date: Some skincare products have a use-by date, which is the date by which they should be used to ensure they remain fresh and effective.