Knowing how to layer skin care products the right way may seem like a no-brainer, but believe it or not, a lot of people layer their products the WRONG way! Especially if you're new to makeup and skin care products, it can get a little confusing. There are cream, serums, moisturizers, cleansers, toners, and many other things in between that may make it confusing for some. Not to worry beauty lovers, we're here to help you! Today we'll show you how to layer skin care products the right way so you never have to be confused again!
How to Layer Skin Care Products
Layer these skin care products in the order that they appear, it's as simple as that!
You should choose a cleanser that's made specifically for your skin type. So if you have oily skin, choose a cleanser that's made specifically for oily skin. Use the cleanser every morning and every night before bed.
An exfoliator is a must-have arsenal in your beauty pile as it removes dead skin cells and reveals brighter, cleaner skin. Use a light exfoliator 2-3 times a week.
A toner balances the skin's pH and helps products to better penetrate the skin. Toners are also great for those with oily skin as it reduces oil and shine. Use every night and every morning.
A serum is one of the most important beauty products you can have. A good quality serum will prevent wrinkles and fine lines from forming. Apply a good quality serum around the eyes every night before bed, and if you wish, every morning. Choose a serum that's targeted for your skin.
#5. Eye Cream
A good eye cream can do wonders for dark circles and fine lines and wrinkles. Apply an eye cream around the eyes every night before bed, and, if you wish, every morning as well.
A moisturizer is needed for ALL skin types as it hydrates skin and prevents a slew of different skin ailments. Apply a good quality moisturizer to your skin every night and every morning.
Every morning before leaving the house, apply a high SPF to your skin (one that's made for your face) to prevent sun spots and wrinkles. Some foundations also contain an SPF already built into them.
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