I would recommend to stop the Witch Hazel toner because of high irritation potential and very limited skin benefit and the scrub because of the risk of traumatizing the skin through uneven physical exfoliation.
How is your skin feeling with this routine overall?
It feels fine a but sensitive at times however
Yeah, the witch hazel toner might be the trigger for sensitivity
As a skincare enthusiast, I'd say, nothing is too much (unless too many actives at the same time). I love layering my toners and serums and my skin loves it, it looks plump.
Listen to your skin. If it gets red and stings or feels tight, or breaks out from too rich products, adjust, otherwise have fun! It is self care after all. I have combo sensitive skin, therefore I avoid scrubs but use them on the body. How does your skin feel after it?
My skin doesn’t feels fine when I use it. If not a scrub, could you recommend what to use to exfoliate?
Hi! I used glycolic acid toner and with a little time everybody noticed a difference in my skin. I used mandelic acid (sensitive skin) as well, worked great. Salicylic acid to get deep clean from pores.
There's plenty gentle korean mix of acids toners - could be worth checking out!
Now I'm on adapelene so probably gonna have a stronger exfoliating results