Skincare hygiene – not the sexiest topic in the world, we admit… but its an important one.
Since the pandemic began, the world has become more hygiene conscious, and rightly so, with face coverings and masks now being the new must-have fashion accessory. But skincare hygiene has always been vital for skin health, and is often overlooked by consumers and even brands. The design, use and storage of a skincare product (or any product that you put on your body, for that matter) is extremely important to ensure that we are using beauty products safely whilst getting the most out of them. Not to mention the fact that unclean products can cause a whole bunch of issues for your skin, (more on this later…).
It is super easy to be misinformed about hygiene best practice when it comes to using skincare. In recent years, in an effort to become more sustainable brands have introduced refill schemes and other methods to reduce plastic waste and their impact on the planet and its resources. But decanting and reusing beauty product packaging can be problematic.
No one is perfect. At some point we’ve all been guilty of poorly decanting, scooping and sharing products because let’s face it: the correct use information is not always available to us when we purchase beauty products.
Bolt to the rescue! We’ve compiled the most asked questions of skincare hygiene to present Bolt Beauty’s Skincare Hygiene Q+A.
There seems to be a lot of rules – but don’t be intimidated as it is quite simple really. Follow us, we’ll lead the way…