What Skincare Products Should I Use Quiz

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Putting a skincare routine together is hard work. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. This is precisely why I’ve created the ‘What Skincare Products Should I Use’ quiz.

Hopefully this will make it a little easier for you to distinguish which products you need to change/add to your routine.

The way it works is simple. Answer a few questions about your skin. How it looks, feels and what you want to achieve.

After you’ve answered them, you will get an ingredient recommendation and a link to Science and Skincare’s product recommendations for each ingredient.

Please bare in mind this is a very simplistic quiz to give you a more specialised view on what you could use. It does not consistent medical advice!

What skincare products should I use?


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