What skincare should not be used together?
- Retinoid or Retinol and Alpha Hydroxy Acid.
- Retinoid or Retinol and Benzoyl Peroxide.
- Retinoid or Retinol and Vitamin C.
- Retinoid or Retinol and Salicylic Acid.
- Soap-Based Cleanser and Vitamin C.
- Two Products With the Same Actives.
Can I use different brands on my skin? Myth: It’s safer for my skin to use products all from one brand. Fact: There is no research showing that skin suffers from using products from different brands. In fact, there is no problem with mixing products from different brands, as long as the products are well-formulated and contain no known irritants.
Is it OK to mix skincare brands? Mixing brands is okay—just make sure you have the right core products to enhance the rest of your routine and boost the effects of your other products.
Should Skincare be same brand? One Brand Doesn’t Mean Better Results
Clinical grade skincare is preferred, but don’t feel you shouldn’t venture out to other brands. If you find a cleanser you love, and it’s not from your main brand, you should still go for it. What you’re using doesn’t matter providing it suits your skin.