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How to take care of your skin?

Your basic Routine

The following simple, step-by-step routine covers the basic types of products everyone should use and the order in which to use them every day. These steps apply regardless of skin type.

Basic Routine: MORNING

1. Cleanser
2. Exfoliate
3. Moisturizer with sunscreen

Basic Routine: EVENING

1. Cleanser
2. Exfoliate
3. Moisturizer
Wondering about an eye cream? We left this step out of our essential routine because your daytime and nighttime moisturizer can be applied around your eyes. However, if you wish to use an eye cream, choose one with sunscreen for daytime and one without for night, and dab it gently around your eyes.

Your Advanced Routine

An Advanced Routine is one most people concerned with signs of aging, large pores, uneven skin tone, or breakouts will need. It includes targeted solutions that build on the foundation of the Essential Routine to address your personal skincare concerns, such as acne, clogged pores, redness, wrinkles, lack of firmness, and dehydration.
For example, if your sole concern is dry skin, you’ll do fine following the Essential Routine. But if you have dry skin and wrinkles or oily skin and wrinkles and breakouts you will want to follow an Advanced Routine for best results.
The Advanced Routine includes a gentle toner as the second step, morning and evening. If you’ve never used a well-formulated toner before, prepare to be amazed by the results!

Advanced Routine: MORNING

1. Cleanser with Erisonic Facial Brush
2. Toner
3. Exfoliate
4. Serum and massage
5. Moisturizer with sunscreen

Advanced Routine: EVENING

1. Cleanser with Erisonic Facial Brush
2. Toner
3. Exfoliate with Erisonic Facial Brush
4. Serum with Erisonic Facial Brush
5. Moisturizer
6. Eye cream

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