The Grown Woman’s Skincare Regimen

When you grow up with acne issues, you learn the importance of a disciplined skincare regimen pretty early on. But if you coast through your teens and early twenties with relatively clear skin, you might be in for a rude awakening. I found myself dealing with entirely new skin issues as the big 3-0 rolled around. Suddenly dry skin, hormonal breakouts, hyperpigmentation, OMG is that a wrinkle, when did I get these expression lines all up on my forehead…all of the above, all at the same time.

I found that a lackidasical approach to the issues didn’t work for me. I needed to approach it like a grown woman, and take my skincare more seriously.

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Recently on Twitter a friend of mine admitted that she had no skincare regimen, and she needed one. Badly. So this post is for her and for any bella like her, who’s trying to figure out a grown woman’s skincare regimen on her own. Here’s the basic things you’ll need, and the best way to tackle the task – based entirely on my experience and products I’ve reviewed.

You Need a Good Cleanser
Define “good,” you say? Well that’s entirely up to you and your skin’s specific needs and likes. You have to figure out what your skin will respond to. My skin usually likes a thick, creamy deep cleansing foaming product – Clean and Clear or classic Noxema. Or a gel cleanser, like Bliss Fabulous Foaming Cleanser or Murad Essential C. Maybe your skin prefers a more sensitive and simple solution, like Cetaphil. Or maybe you have specific needs and should look more closely at a brand like PCA. Either way, a truly great skincare regimen doesn’t start with washing your face with the same kind of bar soap that you use all over your body. Yes, I know women who do this. And yes, I think they deserve better.

Regular Exfoliation Is a Must

Once you’ve got your cleanser down, you need an exfoliator in your life. Maybe you’re used to the classic St. Ives apricot scrub. That still works well for many – St. Ives remains a classic skincare brand for good reason! Their products deliver. If you want to upgrade your exfoliant experience and you have oily skin – or combination oily, like me — you might love a mud or clay based exfoliator. Using and loving Ahava Mud Exfoliator lately, it’s really helped me tone down the oil in my t-zone, and keep my nose and chin smooth as can be. If your skin’s on the dry side, try that aloe face polish by After Affects – it uses jojoba beads and watermelon seed oil for maximum moisture and exfoliant properties. As far as mechanical exfoliation, of course you know how I feel about the Clarisonic brush. I know the price makes it not a possibility for everyone, but I do see it as an investment in beauty. And the Clarisonic Mia is cheaper, comes in a bigger range of colors, and is awesome for travel. Just sayin.

The Thing About Toner

I’ve never been a big toner gal. It’s the product that always comes with a skincare system that I just hardly ever use. For years I thought toner didn’t make a difference in my skin. Then I realized…it was the KIND of toners I was using. Harsh, typically expensive toners didn’t work for me. It was like, the more complicated the ingredients in the product, the less likely my skin would respond positively to it. It wasn’t until I discovered Kiss My Face balancing toner that I realized my skin’s thirst for the right product. Kiss My Face’s toner is made with certified organic grapefruit, orange, ginger and lemon balm essential oils and extracts, seaweed extract, witch hazel, and my favorite island remede, aloe vera. My skin LOVES it.

Recently I’ve been switching it up and using straight up witch hazel in a spray bottle, and I follow up with organic rosewater from Whole Foods. Then and only then do I move on to my next item. Which is…

Day Moisturizers

When I lived in a hotter climate, I didn’t appreciate or fully understand the value of wearing a moisturizer every day. I was ignorant to my skin’s need for moisture, and for SPF protection. When I look back on those days, I feel the need to apologize to my skin. I didn’t even try to protect it from the elements! Now I know, a daytime moisturizer – preferably one with SPF – is essential. I switch it up depending on temperature, but generally I go between Mario Badescu’s oil free SPF 30, and anything by Olay with a decent SPF. I underestimated the importance of SPF in the years when I had the worst hyperpigmentation of my life. I’ll never do that again!

Nighttime Skincare

OK so this is where things REALLY changed for me when I got into my thirties. Early thirties. Whatever.

That’s when I started to notice my skin needed more attention. More love. More moisture. More TLC. That’s when I started looking into serums and night creams. And learning the difference in how you apply a serum, versus applying a moisturizer. At night I do my best to remove my makeup, and then I apply a night cream or serum depending on my skin’s needs (and the season at hand). In winter, it’s all about the night creams. In the summer, I find that I prefer the feel of a serum. In terms of night creams, right now I’ve got Kiehl’s Rosa Arctica and Lumene Excellent Future on my bedside. And as far as serums go, I’ve got Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair and Liz Earle’s Superskin Concentrate on deck.

A Brief Note on Skincare Systems.

Often if you’re shopping for skincare products – especially in a department store or cosmetics store like Sephora — they’ll recommend you pick a brand and stick to it. And that’s all well and good. By all means, if you use a particular product and LOVE it, it’s entirely possible to fall in love with a whole product line! For me, I often find that some products in a line can be better than others. You might LOVE a cleanser only to find out the moisturizer is meh. You might think a toner is amazing, then try the brand’s exfoliator and be disappointed. That’s why I tend to bounce around from brand to brand – also, I try to review as much as I can to give you more info per Afrobella post. Would love to hear from you here, bellas. Do you tend to stick to one brand, or do you have favorites from a variety of companies?

Those are my tips for creating a grown woman’s skincare regimen. Products I’ve mentioned above were sent for my review, and reviewed over a period of months so I can tell you – they work! And of course, those are my personal favorites and I’d love to hear from you. What are your favorite skincare products? Do you use something from every category of skincare above? Talk to me!

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Comments

  1. brightstarr82 says:

    This article is very timely for me personally. I’ve been experimenting for months on products that appear to work best on my skin. Here’s new “grown” skincare regimen: Cetaphil Cleanser(daily), Philsophy Microdelivery Exfoliator (every other day), Hope in a Jar (with spf) moisturizer. I haven’t yet introduced a toner, but I’m leaning towards using basic witch hazel as my grandmother used this as her primary facial product and had beautiful skin until 85. I also have two nightly products from my dermatologist (Cultura in DC). They are Vitamin A Lotion with Tretinoin (.25%) and iSClinical Active Serum. (I use them on alternating nights).

    While I’ve never been one to stick to a regular routine, I have noticed a significant difference in the vibrancy of my skin, as well as smoother overall skin appearance. I’m also drinking more water which I’ve always struggled with, but I agree, it was time I adopted a grown-up skincare regimen.

    For my body, I’ve started using Oyin Handmade Whipped Shea Butter and the Blended Body Oil. It’s been an adjustment sticking to my routine, but seeing the benefits of my skin keep me motivated! It looks completely renewed.

  2. feliciayvette says:

    I definitely don’t stick to one brand! Product junkies don’t do that, anyway. ;) Great post!

  3. WOW! I was just thinking about this today as I am a grown woman with zits popping all over the place, I never had zits before so I have no idea how to keep them away now. Unfortunately I was the proverbial soap and water girl #shame until before my wedding a friend convince me on mary kay which use to work fine until after the baby… now my skin just wanna act 15 and I have no idea how to choose product for my face.
    So thank you! your post is a big help.:)

  4. so on time!!!! I have always had a regimen but never totally stuck to it because I’ve been fortunate enough to be able to get by without much. As I near my 40s.. I am finding that I need to be more diligent.. and now that I’m also with child I’ve noticed a tremendous change in my skin!!! I was an absolute fan of RX for Brown Skin and when they were selling out I stocked up.. I’m on my last set of products and I definitely need to invest in another line or lines. I am still a fan of the Estee Lauder Night Repair.. I got turned onto that in my early 20s.. I used to use it sparingly but as I got older it’s a staple and I love that I can get a large bottle at the employee discount store..

    I’m on the search for new products now so I’ll take a look at those you mentioned.. before RX for brown skin I definitely used a lil bit of this or that.. but that was the first line that the entire line worked for me

  5. Ms. Mae says:

    I use the Clinique 3 step system. I love it because it has different levels for everything, which I switch up from Fall/Winter and Spring/Summer. For the cleanser you can get extra mild, mild and oily skin formula. The toner has 4 different levels (1-4) and the moisturizer has two levels – a lotion and a gel.

    I’ve tried MANY different skin care products in my time, but this is what has really worked for me and I’d recommend it to anyone!

  6. WOOT WOOT! Thanks for the article. I’d better give my skin some more TLC.

  7. I have very oily skin and have had acne issue since around age 30 (I’m 36 now). I just recently starting the oil cleansing method(OCM), I have only done it twice so far so I can’t see any results just yet. I am doing that at night and using African Black Soap in the mornings. I hope this helps because my face wasn’t this bad as a teen.

  8. nichole says:

    I wish I knew how important exfoliation and moisturising were when I was younger. Now I’m back to having hormonal issues that affect my skin.

    Dr. Bronner’s is a great natural cleanser plus it lasts forever. I also love Aveda Tourmaline Charged Exfoliating Cleanser. Right now the Tourmaline Charged Radiance Fluid is out of my budget but it’s exceptional.

    The OLEHENRIKSEN Blue/Blackberry Enzyme Mask helps to revitalize my skin and refresh it. An Indian lady gave me a recipe for oily/combo skin. Mix Sandelwood powder and a mud mask powder found in Indian stores together. Mix with water and apply to your face. Let it sit until it dries and then rinse away. After this my pores are tight and my skin looks amazing. I spritz with rosewater (also recommended) and apply moisturizer.

    Mary Kay’s Extra Emollient Night Cream is great. You don’t need a lot and you should use it when your face is damp. I use Tamanu oil or Argan oil at night. Another product I recommend is Guinot Longue Vie Cellulaire. Wow! Just used a sample I received a little while ago and I’m more than pleased with the result.

  9. Mishara says:

    Does anyone know what products work for hyper pigmentation on senstive skin? My friend swears by apple cider vinegar, which I am willing to try.

    Also what is toner used for? I have always skipped using it.

    • cosmicsistren says:

      I just read this and I hope you check back. I have been using Apple Cider Vinegar and will continue to use it for the rest of my life. It shrinks pimples, clears up blackheads and whiteheads. It also helps with scarring. I also use it as a deodorant. Some people I have recommended using the ACV say the smell turns them off. The smell is only apparent initally and goes away. I use to have dark armpits and since using the ACV it has lightened up considerably.

      I hope you read this and give ACV a try. its wonderful.

      • Mishara says:

        Thank you so much. I currently use ACV in a spray bottle when I wash my hair. I spray it directly onto my scalp in between my parted hair. With the ACV on my scalp I then apply conditioner to my hair. This combination has worked wonders. Now my scalp is cleansed (I have oily seborreah on my scalp) and my hair is moisturized (I have dry hair). I will definately try ACV on my dark pigmented acne scars. Thanks again!

  10. candiew says:

    I’ve had great skin (on my face) all my life and have always been committed to taking care of it (thanks to my beautiful, but slightly vain grandmother). But now that I’m in my 40′s, I’m very conscious of what I put on my skin, since I’ve experienced a little bit of acne and dry skin patches. I stay away from products that have parabens and PABA, in fact, I’m currently using pure African Black Soap, which I Love! I went through a period of it drying out my skin, and skin purging a bit, but now everything has leveled out and I’m having great results. I use a light moisturizer (Boots Organic Botanics) for day and a heavy one (JW Watkins)at night. I exfoliate with Boot Organic Botanics exfoliant every two or three weeks and sometimes I rub on grapeseed oil and steam in the shower, of course I use Kiss my Face Sunscreen SPF 50 whenever I go out.

    I also believe the less product you use the better, no sleeping in makeup and more importantly, having a balanced diet that includes no junk or processed foods, plenty of produce, and water, water, water is the real key to great skin.

  11. I’ll be 30 in a few years and I was surprised when I starting to have skin problems again, so this post is right on time! My favorite product line in the past was clean & clear everything. Now I tend to find myself exploring the products of Olay.

  12. I’ve been pretty fortunate to have not had an issues with my skin even as a teen (knock wood). Only in the past year have I started to be proactive about having a regimen and actively using products w/ Sunbock to stave off skin aging.

  13. I am 38 yoa. Have had problems with acne since my teens. I have tried everything. I have literally burned my skin with the harsh products I have used over the years.

    Because I have oily/sensitive skin, I wash my face twice daily with very warm water. I use a white facecloth or one without harsh dyes. I “clean” the cloth each time with african black soap.

    In the morning, I wash with tea tree oil diluted in very warm water and rinse thouroughly.

    At night, I only wash with african black soap and rinse thoroughly.

    Follow up both times with Dollar General $3 aloe gel (used for sunburns, decided since my skin is burned, to treat it like so).

    Last, I use moisturizers with SPF, Boots No. 7 Rebalancing Oily/Combination Day Fluid or Night Fluid.
    Exfoliate at least 3 times weekly with Boots No. 7 Micro-dermabrasion Exfoliator.

    I drink plenty of water w/lemon, wear sunscreen, wear hats to shield from the sun, steam my face, sleep on my back, keep my hands off my face and purge my system weekly.

    My skin actually glows….

  14. Suzette C. says:

    Aveda’s Tourmaline Charged Radiance Fluid (about $40) is AWESOME… The difference is notable on my combination skin (mostly oily with really dry patches). I moved from Florida to Arizona to California, and this stuff still works.

    Because my skin is mostly oily, exfoliant is a must but if it’s too harsh it can overdry which kicks up more oil… crazy! But I found a liquid exfoliant (Aveda Botanical Kinetics Exfoliant – about $20). I was skeptical at first as I grew up on St. Ives but it works and my skin has been grateful.

    Murad has a Oil Control Mattifier (about $40) has a spf of 15 which works for me since I work inside and needed basic protection for the commute… It works so well that I don’t need a primer to make my work makeup stick and keeps down shine for HOURS when I’m barefaced…

    Now as a cleanser, I do splurge. My skin can be difficult and if I don’t clean effectively, I will break out in a minute. So I use Shu Uemura’s High Performance Cleansing Oil (about $70 for the biggest size). It is PRICEY but it lasts FOREVER because you only use a pump or two for your whole face.

    If this hasn’t convinced you that I’m a complete product junkie, this will… I just use these during the day, lol… The nighttime regimin uses a stronger cleanser after using the makeup remover wipes (Origins Checks & Balances about $20 and Yes to Cucumbers Facial Towelettes about $6) because I use MAC for work and got to work to get it all off… I then use all the anti-aging stuff… I’m searching for new stuff because I just finished my ROC Night Cream (about $20) and I want to add a serum. Been hearing great things about Olay’s Regenerist Serum which is about $25… So we will see… That being said, all this stuff gives me great skin!

  15. I have had acne on and off since I hit puberty at age 11, so I’ve also had a skin care routine since then. Initially I would use all products from one line (Clarins and then Lancome, on my parent’s dime!), but eventually experimented with a variety of products. My current routine is to wash with Boots Anti-Blemish Cleansing Foam, use Thayers Alcohol Free Rose Petal Toner, then apply Super Goop sunscreen. At night I use the same cleanser with my Clarisonic, then alternate between toner and Alpha Hydrox Lotion or Dessert Essence moisturizer and then Retin-A micro (buffering b/c I just started using it). Once or twice a week I add baking soda to my cleanser for an extra boost of gentle exfoliation. Other than the occasional Retin-A peeling, my skin looks great!

    Bella, I highly suggest that you check out the Thayers toner. It has all the ingredients that you say love (witch hazel, rosewater, aloe vera), but no harsh alcohol. I’m currently on my 5th or 6th bottle!

  16. Wonderful post, Bella and timely. I’m self-employed and self insured, running to the dermatologist is no longer an option. I needed a bit of guidance. Thank you.

  17. Great post! This coincides with my current struggle. My problem is that I’ve attempted too many skincare regimens which are also not a good thing. I recently consulted with a dermatologist but still hold on to some of my tried and true regimens like shea butter for moisturizing and just started using a rosewater spritz for those on the move moments.

  18. AmiJane says:

    Excellent info! I have had a lot of changes since I have been 30, now 32, and I’m trying to figure out what’s going on, so I can get ahead. This definitely helped! Thanks!

  19. luvmylocs says:

    this is an excellent article and reminder of what we need to do to care for our skin. i’ve enjoyed reading all the replies too.

    as for me, i’ve had skin issues since my 20′s. now over 15 years later i’m still trying to get it right. in some ways it’s baffling because i use good stuff, have good habits, wear quality makeup, gone to the dermatologist, take supplements, workout, drink water, watch my diet, etc and yet i still get pimples. my skin gets close to being good but it can erupt easily and often which leaves me feeling vulnerable and insecure.

    anyway, what i try to do now is keep it simple with cleaning. i use maria badescu cleansers (i have 3 different ones that i like), i use thayers witch hazel as a toner, salicylic acid every day to keep my pores clean and then i might use benzoyl peroxide or skinceuticals photo corrective gel (both for the inflammatory effects). at night i’ll sometimes do a makeup artist’s choice lactic acid peel or i’ll use my tazorac. i use obagia clear to fade dark marks. i always use aveeno positively radiant spf 30 sunscreen. it seems like a lot but i don’t use everything every day. so i don’t think my problem is products. also, i use meow mineral cosmetics for my face. it’s perfect. i am one of those that had horrible breakouts from mac foundation even though the color match was perfect. anyway, i hope my skin turns around. i’m so tired of inconsistent skin.

  20. Every since I turned 30 and started wearing my hair curly, I have been experienced acne problems. All across my forehead i have pimples. This is very frustrating to me because this first time its been this severe. I have been to 2 dermatologists and i don’t really think they really understood my skin. I really appreciate this post and plan to implement this regimen. I purchased Shea Moisture Black Soap, I have the Target Brand of the Apricot Scrub and I have witch hazel. Wish my look, again awesome post it came right on time.

  21. I would also add using antioxidants in the morning & retinol at night. It def also helps to use organic/natural ingredients, for example , honey, brown sugar & olive oil combined in a jar can be used as an exfoliate

  22. I would also add using antioxidants in the morning & retinol at night. It def also helps to use organic/natural ingredients, for example , honey, brown sugar & olive oil combined in a jar can be used as an exfoliate & natural shea /cocoa butter can be a winter/summer moisturizer ! As long as you stick to products that are pure or sans chemical, your face would react accordingly & also always use sunblock/sunscreen during the winter/summer !

  23. Great post.I just wanted to let all the ladies out there know about an alternative to the Clairsonic. If you can’t afford to kick out $200 for it, try the Olay Pro-x cleansing system, its only $30. You cannot beat that, and it’s AMAZING!!!

  24. Loved this article. I’ve always been into taking care of my skin since my early teens (i am now 24) so its not something I’ve had to transition into doing. I’ve just changed up my products a bit. For me, my routine is simple and consists of 4 main steps.

    1. Cleanse (i simply use liquid black soap/ or Peppermint castille soap)

    2. Tone (i use either Clinique’s Clarifying Lotion/ my mixture of Sea Breeze- the sensitive skin one & lemon juice.

    3. Moisturize (i have a few in my collection but the one i mainly use it Olays’ total effects with cooling hydration)

    4. Exfoliate ( i use the spin brush from the Olay Pro X line- a great inexpensive alternative to the Clarisonic)

    Honorable mention: Queen Helene’s Mint Julep Mud Mask (this i use a few times a week to cut down on the oil and tighten up my pores)

    and that’s it. For me it’s also important that the products i use have longevity so that way i won’t have to worry much about them discontinuing something that works for me. I also make sure to get in a lot of good ole H2O :) makes me feel great and makes a huge difference in my skin tone and texture

  25. P.C i am like you who never pay attention to my skin in my twenties until my late 30s when i experience acne breakout real bad i tried murad acne kit and it did wonders,i stayed with this line of product .i will try the serum at night

  26. Stephanie says:

    Does anyone know of a product that will lessen the shine of skin in warmer weather? I have never had problem skin and people always give me compliments and ask what I clean and moisturize with, but I have no secrets. I use Philosophy’s Purity Made Simple and only add their moisturizer in winter and that’s it. But do I ever shine up in warmer months! It’s crazy. I don’t use foundations or anything but if that will calm things down… I’m all for it. My friends say I should leave it alone, it looks dewy. I do not agree. Looking like I’ve been slaving over a hot stove all day is not the look I’m going after.

  27. Thank you SO much for this article!

  28. I just use African Black Soap(authentic, not store brand). Moisturize with shea butter. Wash/moisturize 2x daily.

  29. This is a great article, Afrobella! I think you could really change the name of it to Grown Woman OR Man’s skin regimen. lol.. Lord knows the fellas like myself need it too. I need to try the grapefruit, etc. toner that you mentioned and maybe a moisturizer. I don’t have a set regimen. :-(

  30. I’m 25 and didn’t really develop a skincare regimen til I turned 21 since I never had any skin problems{ well if having eczema doesn’t count}. When I hit 21 , my sensitive combination skin developed acne, not fun.As a cleanser I use African black soap, my toner is plain witch hazel and moisturizer from Lush called vanishing cream. In the morning Ill I do is layer over a sunscreen at least 30 SPF.This regimen cleared my skin and even my complexion. My skin hates mechanical exfoliators so I use OLay’s night peel twice a week

  31. I had medium/bad acne as a teen and as 30+ have oily/combination skin with occasional breakouts and scaring. Have used excessive amts of brands with varying amounts of success. What I know for certain: what goes in must come out, so eating healthier less greasy/less hormone filled food and drinking more water have had its effects. I go on and off pro-active, which my darker skinned sister swears by and has gorgeous chocolate skin. As for me it can occasionally be too harsh for my sensitive facial skin that breaks out with any brand of spf (including la mer). If you have the cash: vivite is an excellent program but only purchased through a derm. ($150-200 for 3-6 mo supply)/ My less expensive routine: mornings:
    wash w/ revlon sensitive skin 360 cleanser $4(with scrubber)/ moisturize/treat w/clean and clear moisturizing salicylic acid lotion $4
    evenings same.
    every other night: douse face with warm water, use avon anew clinical glycolic acid peel wipes ($30/mo supply)/ moisturize with avon anew night cream blue jar ($12 sample size 1 mo/25 for large)
    the key is letting cleanser sit onyour face during your shower or while you brush your teeth (about 3-5 min before rinsing). My derms sec. told me that and any product works ever since. best advice.

  32. *Update*
    I’ve definitely refined my routine and just keep it simple.
    -I cleanse everyday with raw African Black soap
    - use Sea Breeze Astringent (sensitive formula) every other day
    -Moisturize with Olay original beauty fluid day and night
    -exfoliate with St. Ives Apricot scrub
    -lastly but really important, i drink lots of water, it’s great for your skin!

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