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”Pharmaceutical rigor, along with dermo-cosmetic know-how”, guide the development of our products, according to precise specifications, in close collaboration with an expert committee – dermatologists and chemists – to offer innovative solutions and to meet, as closely as possible, our costumer’s expectations.
We want you to feel as comfortable as possible when determining which products are best for your skin’s needs and we really want to help you to understand which products you might need, and which ones you definitely don’t.
Our cells communicate with one another around the clock. These signals of communication are interrupted with age, and this breakdown directly impairs the healthy appearance of our skin, resulting in dullness, and a compromised tone. Our formulas fights many of the signs associated with impaired communication, along with advanced adaptive ingredients that result in the look of healthy, bright, and uniform-looking skin.
Layering of our Serums.
We suggest using no more than 3 serum formulations in a single routine for best skin penetration. Generally, we recommend applying water-based solutions first, followed by anhydrous or oil formulations, and finally cream or gel formulas. About 2-3 drops of each serum and 1 pea-sized amount of creams/gel should be enough for the full face and neck.
THE NO BRAINIER MORNING ROUTINE. Cleanse. Serum. Moisturize. Three steps to a simple & easy morning routine..
Consistency is key
When it comes to deciding which serum goes first, the rule of thumb is to always start light. “Always layer by consistency. Lighter serums will be easily and quickly absorbed while the heavier hydration serums/oils seal in the ingredients and leave your skin soft,”.
For serums that have more or less the same consistency, go with the ingredient that you want your skin to get the most of. If your biggest concerns are dark spots and signs of aging, apply your vitamin C or retinol serum first.
Apply with a gentle massage
Gently massaging your face as you apply your serums can help improve circulation. Not only that, it also delivers a fresh dose of oxygen to the skin.
Allow your serums to soak
Some experts would argue that your skin can effectively absorb the products you apply whether or not you wait, but it still pays to be thorough. Waiting a minute or two will not only ensure that your serums have fully seeped into your skin, it also prevents pilling (that’s when products start to ball up or rub off) when you apply your moisturizer or sunscreen.
Layering is best done at night
Certain ingredients in your serums—like retinol may cause some sensitivity to your skin when exposed to ultraviolet rays, so it’s best to do your layers and cocktails in the PM. Not only that, but you’re also allowing your skincare products to work more effectively as your body repairs itself in your sleep. But if you want to layer serums in the morning, make sure your skin is well-protected with a broad-spectrum sunscreen.