We could predict that. That’s why I never jumped on that train. It’s messy, dry and ineffective in skincare. Yes, it is good to use it with stomach pumping if someone (or your dog) eats poison – but this does not translate into pores. And yes, its use with gastric lavage is probably the reason why charcoal had traction in skincare in the first place – in the opinion of my doctor, of course, of the world.
According to your callers, a skin care routine can represent a million different things. Does he occasionally wear an anti-acne mask? Line up all your expensive 18 serums for the perfect #shelfie? Read and understand in some way the manual of a list of ingredients on each product? Or do you carefully apply enough prescription cream to calm down a psoriasis patch without feeling too greasy?
The truth is, of course, that this can be all of the above – and every skin-care routine is necessarily as unique and individual as the person following it (or trying to do it anyway). But as skin care became more trendy and its definition became broader, it became a little more intimidating and confusing for a beginner to get involved.