Skincare & Haircare

Explore our wide range of haircare and skincare products to feel good inside and out. Whether you have skin concerns or want your hair to shine,

Blooms The Chemist has something for everyone. 

Skincare & Haircare Product FAQS 

What are the five basics of skin care? 
The five basics of skin care can sound overwhelming, but it’s essentially the way you should put the products on your face. They are: 

Cleansing, which is where you remove any debris and dead skin cells and should be done twice a day (once in the morning and once at night) 
Exfoliating, which you can do every day or a few times a week depending on what your skin goals are 
Using a toner, which refreshes your skin and can help it absorb the next products you’re putting on 
Moisturising, which is where you use a moisturiser on your skin to lock in hydration 
Protection, which is where you apply sunscreen to protect yourself against UV 

It’s important to be consistent with your skincare, as you won’t see results from your routine straight away. 

How can I take care of my skin naturally? 
This depends on your skin concerns. Natural skin care products typically don’t contain chemicals or may be more environmentally friendly, but depending on your skin concerns, they may not be able to treat your skin the way you want. 

Some labels you can look out for are ‘paraben-free’, which means that there weren’t any harmful chemicals included in this skincare, or ‘cruelty-free’, which means that it wasn’t tested on animals. 

What is the perfect hair care routine? 
The perfect hair care routine is one you can stick to. However, most of them follow a few essential steps, which includes: 

-  Cleansing through shampoo that suits your hair type (dry, oily etc) 
-  Conditioning with conditioner that meets your hair needs, as conditioner locks in moisture 
-  Depending on your hair, you may want to use a hair mask or a treatment 
-  If you’re styling your hair with heat, you may want to protect it with hair primers or heat protection sprays 

It’s also important to know that your hair routine may change depending on your lifestyle. For example, if you have oily hair, you might need to do this routine every day. If you have dry hair, you may be able to do your haircare routine twice a week.