Skincare 101: How To Layer Your Skincare – The Right Way

Cleanse, and double cleanse if you wear makeup! Make sure there’s absolutely no makeup or dirt on your skin before you continue the rest of your skincare regime.

Skincare 101: How To Layer Your Skincare – The Right Way

1. TONER - Thayers Alcohol-Free Rose Petal Witch Hazel Toner

This bestselling toner is formulated with undistilled witch hazel, aloe vera and rose water to calm even the most inflamed skin. Toners help people with oily or acne-prone skin, or for people who want extra cleansing after wearing makeup or other skin products such as sunscreen.

2. ESSENCE - Tatcha The Essence

Apply the essence to your fingertips, then using your hands, gently press the formula onto cleansed, toned, and dry skin. Continually pat the product onto your skin until it’s fully absorbed. This method will increase absorption, and it’ll also stimulate and awaken the skin, boosting circulation.

3. SERUM - The Ordinary Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5

Once you’ve cleansed and toned, apply a few drops to face AM and PM before creams.

4. MOISTURIZER - First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream

NEVER skip your moisturizer. Say Bye-bye to dry skin with First Aid Beauty's Ultra Repair Cream. Suitable for all skin types, dehydrated, flaky skin, this hydration wonder leaves skin feeling smooth, hydrated and comfortable

5. EYE CREAM - Kiehls Creamy Eye Treatment

Eye creams can brighten under eyes, reduce puffiness, and add an extra hit of moisture. Depending on the formula it may look like a serum or a thick moisturizer. Always apply your eye cream with your fourth finger in a tapping motion, as this is the weakest finger so you won’t tug or pull the delicate skin. We also love to keep our eye cream in the fridge; it’s the ultimate eye wake-up call in the mornings!

6. SPF (Daytime) - Neutrogena Clear Face

While it’s tempting to skip sunblock if you have oily, acne-prone skin, you could inadvertently cause long term skin issues including Skin cancer: UVB rays can cause sunburns malignant melanoma, according to a report from the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics.

7. Night Oil - 100% Organic Cold-Pressed Rose Hip Seed Oil

Rich in vitamins, antioxidants, and essential fatty acids, rosehip oil is renowned for its anti-inflammatory and regenerative properties. This silky oil helps calm redness, hydrate dry skin, treat scars and burns, brighten skin, and regenerate damaged tissue.

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