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How to Layer Your Skin-Care Products in the Correct Order

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How to Layer Your Skin-Care Products in the Correct Order

Instead of just slapping five creams – then washing your face because, seriously, these things are heavy – follow the leadership of professionals. Start light.Seros – the finest products – go first, because a) it just makes sense and b) "they provide active ingredients for skin more efficiently," says Ranella Hirsch, a dermatologist from Boston. Also, they are easy to customize. Choose two or three serums that address each of your concerns: formulas with peptides for wrinkles (we like Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair) salicylic acid for oily skin (try The common 2% salicylic acid solution) and licorice or aloe to soothe redness (as Ultra Repair Beauty Moisturizing Serum First Aid) .2. Add an antioxidant.Vitamin C It is an ingredient that every skin type needs. "Brightens, protects against sun damage and promotes collagen production," says chemist Ni & Kita Wilson, who recommends the use of potent whey (as Obagi Professional-C Serum 15%) .3. Take a break for coffee. "If you give each product a minute to dry it will not take pills," dermatologist Fredric Brandt told Allure in 2014. morning routine. For example, I add a product, drink coffee, then add a second product and then brush my teeth. "See the video.4. Lock it. Moisturizer is the key to any layering routine because it "seals serums on the skin, which can make them more effective," says Wilson. Feel free to keep it basic: try Kiehl Ultra Facial Cream for normal and oily skin and bareMinerals Butter Drench Restorative Rich Cream For dry skin. If your sensitive skin turns red when you consider using a single treatment product, try first putting on a simple, unscented moisturizer and then the sera on top. "The cream will reduce the potency of the sera," says Hirsch, "but it will also be less likely to cause irritation." 6. Add an oil. In small doses, the oils radiate the skin. Put them in dry areas after creams – as a rule, oils can penetrate moisturizers, but not vice versa. We like Rodin Luxury Face Oil, with sunflower seeds and jojoba oils. Skip the oil if you are using more than two serums under the moisturizer – at some point you can't help but look greasy. Do not forget the protection. "Sunscreen is your last step in the morning," says Jeannette Graf, dermatologist in Great Neck, New York. "It stays on top of your skin, so if you continue first, it prevents other ingredients from penetrating." Supergoop Invisible Sunscreen It is light enough to cover multiple products. Have a drink, it's not as sexy as a glass of whiskey. But wrap up your nightly routine with a retinoid It makes you look so much younger. (Every dermatologist recommends this super-ingredient.) "I put my retinol about a serum and cream – hydration helps retinol penetrate better with less irritation, "says Brandt, who uses his own Dr. Brandt Doesn't Age Pearl Transforming Serum and Time Reversing Cream.Take our new test to find the best products for your skin care routine: More information on skin care routines: Now find out how to treat cystic acne in four easy steps:Watch Now: Allure Video.Originally posted on Allure

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