Good Molecules Skincare

Good Molecules Skincare Routine For Dry, Sensitive Skin

Good Molecules Skincare

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I know I’ve mentioned this before, but since being home for the past number of months, I’ve begun paying a lot more attention to my skincare routine. Hence, my skin feeling better than ever. I’ve also begun trying out some new skincare products, like a handful of products from Good Molecules.

Good Molecules and Beautylish sent some products my way recently, and as of this writing, I’ve been using them for a couple of weeks, which is long enough for me to see a difference in my skin.

To give you a bit of a background on the brand, Good Molecules is an affordable skincare brand that pays close attention to the ingredients in each product, and has a number of products aimed to combat different types of skin concerns.

For me, my skin concerns are dryness, redness and sensitivity. Therefore, the products that I have been using are their offerings that are formulated for this type of concern.

So, if you’re in the market for some new skincare products, and you have dry skin, here are some recommendations on some affordable Good Molecules products that I am currently using in my skincare routine.

Niacinamide Brightening Toner

The first step in my routine (after makeup removal and cleansing of course) is using the Niacinamide Brightening Toner. I always see this meme floating around that says “No matter how clean you think your face is, toner is there to humble you,” and honestly, truer words have never been spoken. This particular toner is gentle enough for daily use and helps to even and brighten your skin. The best part about this toner is the fact that it is only $14!

Super Peptide Serum

The next step after the toner is to use the Super Peptide Serum, which targets fine lines, wrinkles and dullness. I’m only in my 20s, so these things aren’t technically a problem yet, but I do believe that it isn’t too early to prevent these things! All you have to do is apply one drop of this which ends up leaving your entire face feeling fresh and hydrated! The Super Peptide Serum is just $12!

Ultra-Hydrating Facial Oil

Next step is to warm a few drops of the Ultra-Hydrating Facial Oil between my palms and then press it into my skin. This serves as the last step in my routine, just before moisturizer! While many of the products are made for both AM and PM use, this facial oil is made for just PM use. This oil helps to relieve your skin of dryness and dehydration and helps nourish your skin overnight. This Ultra-Hydrating Facial Oil is $10!

Silicone-Free Priming Moisturizer

Lastly comes the moisturizer! This silicone-free priming moisturizer is great because it doesn’t leave a greasy residue that leaves your face looking oily like many moisturizers do. The nozzle on this moisturizer allows for you to get just enough moisturizer out to do the job without overdoing it. This lightweight moisturizer is great for a fresh face, under makeup, or even under sunscreen (just make sure you let it dry first!) and it runs for just $14.


Good Molecules Products

These are just a few of the products that Good Molecules has to offer, and I highly recommend checking out the rest of their products as well!

Besides how well they work, they’re affordable and long-lasting which is amazing. If you have any questions about the products, let me know and I’d be happy to answer them to the best of my ability!


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