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How to Mix and Match Your Skin Care Products
February 19, 2013

Do you sometimes feel like your skin is sensitive, acne-prone but you are also concerned about wrinkles? It’s OK to mix and match your skin care products – see how Shiri does it to get the perfect routine that fits her skin! Please share if you like this tip and can relate! — with Shiri Sarfati at Repêchage.

While Repêchage has the perfect skin care line for every skin type, you can mix and match! This is my personal routine, I actually mix two products from the Hydra 4 line for sensitive skin, two products from the Hydra Medic line for oily or acne prone skin and I use two products that address aging so I really have a combination of the collections to address my skin care concerns.

I do a double cleanse on my face, first I start with the Repêchage Hydra 4 Cleanser that removes my daily makeup and even my waterproof mascara. Then I do a second wash with the Repêchage Hydra Medic Face Wash Foaming Gel Cleanser which gives me a deeper cleanse.

I follow my cleanse with the Repêchage Hydra 4 Tonic. This is a really great, moisture replenisher which helps re-balance the pH of my skin.

Then during the day I use my Repêchage C-Serum, this is like my multi-vitamin for my skin. It provides vitamins, minerals, amino acids and trace elements. Then for areas of concern I layer the Repêchage Vita Cura Triple Firming Cream around my eyes, on expression lines and on my neck.

2-3 times a week, I give my self an even deeper cleanse with the Repêchage Hydra Medic Sea Mud Perfecting Mask – you can even use it in the shower. It makes my skin look radiant.

As you can see, not one skin type fits all especially as we move into a change of seasons from the dry winter months to spring and summer months.

Go see your professional esthetican get a consultation to find out which combination of skin care products works best for your skin!





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