How to Choose the Right Products for Changing Skin

Last Updated on June 4, 2023 by Ellen Christian

Finding the right products for changing skin without switching from brand to brand and skin care line to skin care line can be a challenge. Check out these tips.

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How to Choose the Right Products for Changing Skin - Colleen Rothschild

Products for Changing Skin

When I find a brand that I trust, I like to stick with them. I like using a line of products for all my skin care needs because I know they’ll work well together.

If my skin changes depending on the season or changes in my lifestyle, I don’t want to feel like I need to switch to another brand of products to meet my needs. 

Minimal skin care routine

I try to keep my skin care routine fairly minimal without neglecting my skin. It’s not as easy to have healthy, radiant skin after the age of forty.

I make sure to cleanse and moisturize each day and I use a gentle exfoliating product once a week. With very sensitive skin, I try not to exfoliate any more than necessary.

I recently had the opportunity to try Colleen Rothschild Beauty and wanted to share a few thoughts with you.

Colleen Rothschild Beauty

Colleen created a range of skincare products that can be adjusted depending on the changing needs of your skin. Your overall skin type is genetic, but your skin condition changes over time depending on a variety of different factors.

Her site makes it very easy to shop based on your skincare needs by allowing you to shop by condition: Dull & Dehydrated, Sensitive, Fine Lines & Wrinkles, Dark Spots & Pigmentation, and Blemishes.

How to Choose the Right Products for Changing Skin - Colleen Rothschild

About the products:

The Face Oil No. 9 combines nine transformative oils that provide an intense moisture boost, deeply nourish thirsty skin and leave your complexion radiant after the first application. It’s key ingredients are:

  • Black Seed Oil – antioxidant protection
  • Moringa Oil – restores luminosity
  • Marula Oil – balances complexion
  • Omega 3, 6 &9 – intense moisturization

The Radiant Cleansing Balm dissolves all traces of eye and face makeup. It clears congested pores, and removes impurities, leaving skin balanced, soft and radiant.

A unique blend of Loofah Seed and Moringa Oil improve skin integrity by renewing the outer-layer skin cells while restoring the skin’s flexibility and equilibrium during daily cleansing.

I love that this product includes a reusable muslin cloth. The key ingredients are:

  • Moringa Oil – restores luminosity
  • Lipexel™ – combats dehydration
  • Black Seed Oil – antioxidant protection
  • Aromatic Complex – calms & decongests

My thoughts:

If you’re looking for products for changing skin that leave your skin feeling soft and hydrated, I recommend you try Colleen Rothschild products. I love the gentle scents and how soothing they were to my skin. 

Both products I tried are both formulated without Parabens, SLS/SLES Sulfates, Phthalates, Triclosan, Formaldehyde, PABA, Toluene, Benzene which makes me feel good about using them.

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10 thoughts on “How to Choose the Right Products for Changing Skin”

  1. This could literally not have come at a better time. I am in my mid-30’s and my skin has been driving me nuts. All my normal routines don’t seem to be working, so I think it is time to realize my skin is changing. Thanks for the info

  2. I thought I had my skin all figured out in my 20’s. Guess what, then things changed! The cleansing balm sounds just lovely for the end of the day.

  3. Thanks so much for this post! After I hit 30, my skin started to change dramatically. I’ve been trying to figure out what to do about it ever since.

  4. Thank you so much! Trying to keep my skin in order has been a lifelong struggle. First I had the whole teenager skin thing. Then I sort of got everything squared away in my 20s. THEN I hit 30 and it all got crazy again. =(

  5. I’ve got to give this stuff a try. I never really had much problems with my skin until I hit about 35. That’s when it all when to pot. Oil patches, dry patches – you name it, I’ve got it.

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