When it comes to using product, every little bit counts, and good product comes at a price. So the question is, a dollup or a wallop?
Too much of your moisturizer can leave your skin feeling sticky or greasy, but too little of your cleanser and you’ll be leaving dirt and product on your face.
Read below as we share the right amount of product to use on your skin.
The type of cleanser affects the amount of cleanser to use:
When rinsing your cleanser off, be sure to get to any areas or corners you may have missed the first time.
Estheticians recommend a second cleanse rather than using too much product on your first go-round.
The bottle that your toner or astringent comes in affects the amount to use:
Start with a penny-sized amount of your exfoliator or mask and spread onto your whole face.
You don’t need a thick layer – just enough to cover your skin.
Our general rule is to use a dropper full or one pump’s worth of serum.
Application of the serum is very important.
Less is more!
Typically the size of your pinkie fingernail is all you need for both eyes.
Often people use too much eye cream, which is a mistake because it can migrate into your eyes.
As a general rule, amounts between nickel and penny-sized of your moisturizer are enough for your skin. Like a serum, application of your moisturizer is very important.
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June 10, 2016
Thank you for the latest update for use of skin products! Great source of info too!