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Are You Using Your Products In The Wrong Order?

Are You Using Your Products In The Wrong Order?

Serums, oils, masks, which one do I use first? Getting your skin care routine right and using your products in the right order can be confusing.

That's why we’ve put together a layering guide to make sure you’re getting it right and making the most out of your products.

24 Dec 19

Serums, oils, masks, which one do I use first? Getting your skin care routine right and using your products in the right order can be confusing.

That's why we’ve put together a layering guide to make sure you’re getting it right and making the most out of your products.

First Step: Serum

The consistency of a serum is designed to penetrate the deeper layers of the skin. Using your serums first will allow the active ingredients in the product to be most effective. Once you’ve applied each of your serums, allow them a moment to absorb into the skin.

Our pick:

 

Dermalogica BioLumin-C Serum
$168.48
Save $47.52

 

Second Step: Eye Treatments

Apply your favourite eye cream or serum with your fingertips to the eye area. Keep in mind that some ingredients can irritate the delicate eye area, so stick to using just eye creams around the area!

Our pick:

Dermalogica BioLumin-C Eye Serum

Third Step: Moisturisers

Your moisturiser will provide essential hydration to the skin while locking in the serums nutrients underneath. Make sure you are using a moisturiser to suit you’re your skin type to get the best results. To find out which moisturiser would suit your skin best – ask us for advice and our skin therapists can help you out!

Our pick:

Dermalogica Active Moist

 

Fourth Step: Sunscreen

Last but not least – your sunscreen! The most vital step in your skincare routine! Your SPF should always be applied last. Your sunscreen will provide a barrier from damaging UV rays without compromising the ingredients applied underneath.

Our pick:

Dermalogica Dynamic Skin Recovery SPF50

What about night time?

Simply replace your morning serum with a Vitamin A or AHA serum, and substitute your day moisturiser for an active night moisturiser and get some beauty sleep!

Our picks: 

Dermalogica Overnight Repair Serum
Dermalogica Pure Night

Did you find these tips helpful? If you have any questions or concerns regarding your skincare routine, we would love to help you! Complete a quick Complimentary Online Consultation or schedule a face to face Video Consultation to talk to one of our Skin Therapists!

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