How to Plan Your Weekly and Monthly Beauty Regimen

How to Plan Your Weekly and Monthly Beauty Regimen A proper skincare routine consists of a number of steps and may involve over a dozen skincare products. Some of these products need to be used daily, some once or twice a week, and others a couple of times a month. To keep track of their beauty routine, some women plan their monthly and weekly skincare regimen. If you want to try it too, here are a few tips that may come in handy.

The choice of various beauty products and procedures is truly enormous these days, and it can be very hard to figure out what will work best for you. Besides, even the most basic skincare procedures require time that can be hard to find in your busy life schedule. And that’s where a pre-planned beauty regimen comes to the rescue.

Daily, weekly and monthly beauty routines help to save time and effort without neglecting your skin’s health. And they can help to save money too, because when you have a clear routine, you won’t buy products you don’t need. Ideally, you should work on your skincare regimen with the help of an experienced beautician who knows your skin’s problems and how to solve them. However, not everyone can afford the services of a beautician or has time for a consultation. If this is your case, our tips may help you to plan your beauty regimen on your own.

Different skincare procedures need to be performed at different intervals. For example, a daily beauty regimen includes cleansing, toning, moisturising and protecting the skin, as well as makeup removal and nighttime skincare. But there are beauty procedures that don’t have to be performed daily; for example, you need to exfoliate your skin or use face masks once or twice a week, apply hair masks or oils weekly, and get your manicure and pedicure done one to four times a month.

As a rule, people have a daily, weekly, and monthly beauty routine. You may also want to plan a special beauty routine when you need to prepare for an important event, such as a wedding or a big anniversary. A pre-planned beauty regimen will help you to get your skin and hair care procedures in order and perform them on a regular basis to achieve all your beauty goals.

Sample Weekly Beauty Regimen


A morning skincare routine includes washing your face with a cleanser that matches your skin type, applying toner and moisturiser, and using sunscreen to protect your skin from UV radiation. You should also use a special cream or gel for the skin around the eyes that will help to keep the skin hydrated, reduce the appearance of dark circles and under eye bags, and prevent premature wrinkles.

Every evening, get rid of makeup using a makeup remover and follow up with a facial cleanser if necessary. When your skin is clean, apply a nourishing, moisturising, or rejuvenating nighttime face cream that will help to restore your skin while you’re getting your beauty sleep.

Once or twice a week, exfoliate your skin using a gentle scrub or an enzyme facial peel, and apply a face mask, alternating moisturising, nourishing, lifting, and other types of facial masks. Keep in mind that you shouldn’t use exfoliating products if your skin is damaged or inflamed.


Take a shower at least once a day, using your favourite cleansing product, be it shower gel, fragrant soap or something else. In the evening, apply body lotion, mousse, oil, or other moisturising and nourishing products.

Use a body scrub once a week. Once or twice a week, use moisturising and softening foot creams to prevents corns, calluses, and rough skin. The frequency of hair removal may vary from every couple of days to never, depending on what hair removal methods you use and whether you use any at all.


If your hair is in good condition, all you need to do is wash and condition it as often as your hair type requires. Once or twice a week, use a hair mask or oil to keep your hair hydrated and prevent breakage and split ends. If your hair is not as healthy as you’d like it to be, you may need to use special serums, oils, and other products with a high concentration of active ingredients several times a week.

Sample Daily Beauty Regimen

A monthly beauty regimen includes all daily and weekly procedures plus a few more. For example, once or twice a month you should groom your eyebrows (pluck and, if necessary, tint them). Other beauty procedures that should be performed at least once a month (or more often if you need it) include getting a manicure and pedicure, trimming your hair, and touching up your roots if you dye your hair.

Other beauty procedures that you can perform once or twice a month include deep skin cleansing and detox, as well as attending sauna and/or giving your body a full SPA treatment. Additionally, if you use wax, sugar or an epilator to remove unwanted hair, you need to repeat the procedure roughly every month.

Finally, once or twice a month you should go through all your cosmetic products, throw away ones that have expired and replace them. This will help you optimize your spending on skincare products, for example, start buying smaller bottles or find products with a longer shelf life.

To keep track of your weekly and monthly beauty regimens, you can make a checklist, add beauty procedures to Google calendar, or use a special app.

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