At bykares we understand that everyone has different skin concerns they want to treat. That is why we have personally curated the best products to suit your needs according to each skin concern. Each skin concern contains a list of products that will help you treat and target your skin concerns.


Ever feel like your skin looks and feels sluggish? Dull skin is one of the most common skin concerns and it is normally described as skin that lacks glow and radiance which is usually because of issues such as uneven skin tone and texture. If your skin is lacking that luster and radiance, you are probably dealing with dullness. If you are looking to take the first steps to restore that glowy and radiant complexion, shop our favourite products to treat dull skin for that glow you are after. 

Mature skin is often described as ageing skin. As you age the skin changes and may not regenerate healthy cells efficiently, causing it to lose its elasticity and become more fragile. This often leads to concerns we know as wrinkles and fine lines. As you age, your skin naturally reduces production of collagen which can cause your skin to become weaker and thinner and this is reflected in its appearance. Although you can’t permanently treat mature skin, you can slow and sometimes even reverse the signs of mature skin with a few changes to your skin care regime.

Skin pigmentation is caused by melanin which is normally described as a pigment in the skin that leaves a discolouration on the skin. In a case of hyperpigmentation, the distribution of melanin can cause the skin to become uneven and blotchy and even discoloured. Skin pigmentation can often be caused by many factors. Sun damage can leave age spots and melasma, or a hormonal imbalance which can leave a large pigment on an area of the skin. Sometimes injuries to the skin can also leave some marks behind. The most common form of ‘pigmentation' is caused by ‘post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation’ which follows after an inflammation of the skin caused by injury or acne. This can raise the melanin levels that may develop as dark spots or marks. Skin pigmentation is not permanent and can definitely be treated and prevented by adding a few products in your skincare regime.

Problematic skin is a skin problem that is normally referred to as acne prone skin which affects many with varying degrees of severity. Acne is caused when a pore is clogged by sebum, dead skin cells and bacteria which causes inflammation. This leads to the skin developing blackheads, whiteheads, pimples, pustules and tiny bumps under the skin. There are various contributing factors for problematic skin including genetics, hormones, incorrect use of skin products that can lead to stripping the skin's natural oil and more! With such an never-ending list, it is so important to treat acne when it forms and to prevent any future breakouts as leaving it untreated can leave unwanted and permanent scars both emotionally and physically. Starting with a simple yet effective skincare routine is key for a clearer complexion. 

Sensitive skin is caused by a dysfunctional skin barrier which leads to moisture escaping from the skin. This leaves it dry and causes skin sensitivity. Sensitive skin can be described as skin that is reactive to certain chemicals and exposure to the extreme weather conditions. Sensitive skin can also be caused by genetics, medications, allergies and skin conditions that includes rosacea, eczema, psoriasis and seborrheic dermatitis. These are all skin problems that are associated with an abnormal skin barrier where the outer layer of the skin is not producing enough protection. The skin can react in the form of pimples, rashes, blisters, dryness and redness. Other symptoms that are common with sensitive skin are itchiness and a burning or tingling sensation. Sensitive skin can be described as a skin condition that reacts to stimuli quicker than most people. The best way to treat sensitive skin is to keep your skin routine simple and stripping your skincare regimen back to basics or using ingredients that soothe sensitive skin.