Factors to Consider When Buying Beauty Products
It’s a great hurdle to consider and scope out a product perfect for you, your skin and your body. Although we do love the struggle, it really helps us to test our preferences and of course, we end up with new products.
There are certain aspects to consider when buying stuff- i.e. brand prominence, rating, and reviews plus what it’ll cost you. Here is what you should consider
1. Product vs Your Skin Type
So you heard about this beauty product from your friend, who doesn’t stop babbling about it- she’s done it way too much to motivate you to get one for yourself. Now as much as the product has benefited your friend, it isn’t necessarily likely to expect similar results for your own skin. Skin type differs as much as skin tone does, so don’t go for the 'every skin is skin' saying.
2. Brand Prominence
It’s hard to differentiate between original brands and their copies. So when you’re looking up products online or in stores you might get misguided by what appears to be an original product but in reality, it isn’t. Visit our online store Foreverfly to find products that give you exactly what it says on the tin.
3. Your Phone Holds the Guide to Everything
Whether it’s a product name you cannot recall or some information you need regarding a product - Your phone can help you instantly compare between beauty products based on price, ingredients or the ones that look comparatively quite similar. So the next time you pop out for a shopping spree be sure to use your phone to help you navigate between different types of products.
4. Ingredients Check
Consider this the same as checking the material of the clothing product you’re buying. Ingredients of beauty products need to be examined before purchase and, more importantly, use . Consider this scrutiny equal to precautions you take when making friends- you wouldn’t want to bring someone close to you if you knew beforehand that they’ll mess up your life (skin), right? So avoid friends (I mean products) that might be toxic to your skin. An example is ‘alcohol’. If you have dry skin, ensure you don’t end up buying alcohol based products, your skin would be badly affected.
5. Requesting Samples
If it’s a new product you’re wanting to buy but it seems all too good to be true to you- it’s better to first request a sample before buying the product you can't return. Samples are always a great idea and really help you test the waters with usage and will give you great ideas as to whether the product actually works for you or not.
6. Shopping with No Makeup on
So basically for anyone that’s thinking off picking up some new beauty products- the safest way to check for brand quality and result assurance is to first use it on a small part of your skin and see how it fits in. For this reason, leave your facial canvas devoid of any sort of makeup so that when you try a product sample you can actually see it’s effect.
Whether its makeup or accessories you’re looking for to buy- make your decisions properly based on the above steps, to make sure your skin does not suffer any sort of allergic reactions