Putting it All Together

Timing is important when it comes to applying your skincare. Apply the formulation which you want to prioritize first, as your skin will most readily absorb this first formulation. Here is a general guide. However, change the order depending on what you want to prioritize:

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Day

  1. Cleansing. Since you do not wake up with makeup, opt for a gentle cleanser that does not overstrip your skin of essential oils. 
  2. Spot treatments.  Both Lighten Up and Dark Mark Defense absorb quickly into your skin so you can apply your moisturizer immediately after applying either spot treatments. 
  3. Moisturizer. The Matte Hydrator will also absorb quickly into the skin so you only need to leave 30 seconds before applying sunblock or makeup.
  4. Sunblock. This is the step that most of us get wrong. Take your time applying sunblock as it needs time to settle into an even film over your skin.
  5. Makeup. So that you do not break up the layer of sunblock, apply foundation using a makeup sponge or cosmetic ball/egg.

Night

  1. Cleansing. Rather than using a strong cleanser, opt for spending more time working in a gentle cleanser to remove makeup.
  2. Spot treatments. Both Lighten Up and Dark Mark Defense absorb quickly into your skin so you can apply your Clear Out immediately after applying either spot treatments.
  3. Clear Out. So that the lotion can spread evenly across your face, take a small pea-sized amount of lotion and make five “dots” on your face.  Then spread each of the dots into the general area.
  4. Moisturizer. If you do not need a moisturizer after the Clear Out, skip apply moisturizer at night.

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Disclaimer:

Nothing on this article should be interpreted as personal medical advice. For medical related matters, please consult with your dermatologist.


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