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The more you want to have beautiful skin, the more likely you are to fall into the trap of "overdoing" your skin care. Our skin experts give advice on the signs of over-care that can sometimes have the opposite effect, and how to solve them.

Are you overdoing your skincare routine?

If you\'re doing your best to take care of your skin every day, but you find that your skin becomes dry and flaky or tingles at the slightest stimulus when you skip a few steps, be careful. It could be a sign that your skin barrier is lowered and weakened by too much skincare.

The skin\'s natural strength is weakened.

According to Dr. Ariel Kaubal, a dermatologist, over-reliance on skin care products weakens the skin\'s natural strength and makes it more delicate. This results in skin that is prone to dryness and skin problems.

Layers of "active ingredients" are also counterproductive.

In an interview with US media Shape, Dr. Ariel said, "The more skincare products you use, the greater the burden on your skin. In an interview with U.S. media Shape, Dr. Ariel said, "The more skincare products you use, the greater the burden on your skin.

In order to regain the skin\'s natural strength

If you think your skin has become delicate due to overuse of skincare, you can check your skin by using a simple skincare regimen that does not put too much pressure on your skin.

Use skincare devices instead

If you are thinking about reduce the skincare products usage, please consider using the facial skincare devices instead, which can help you promote the skincare absorption and reduce the frequency of skincare product usage!

Dr. Ariel recommends that you start by reducing the number of cosmetics you use "one by one. If you stop using all of them at once, your skin may get irritated, so it\'s best to gradually reduce the amount of cosmetics you use while monitoring your skin condition. As for how to reduce the number of cosmetics, she advised to gradually "subtract" the ones you use less frequently.

As for how long it takes to see the effects of skincare, Dr. David Jacques, a plastic surgeon, said basically one month and three months for skin problems, so use this as a reference for your skin check.

If you know how to take care of your skin without relying too much on skincare, as introduced by Dr. Ariel, you will be closer to healthy and beautiful skin.
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