How to Use The Ordinary Hyaluronic Acid, Buffet, Niacinamide and Moisturizer
In this video, you will learn how to layer the Ordinary Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5, "Buffet", Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% and Natural Moisturizing Factors + HA. If you have more than one water-based serum, you can apply based on the priority of your concern (the product that targets the most important concern should go first). It’s recommended using no more than 3 serum formulations in a single routine for optimal skin penetration. About 2-3 drops of each serum and 1 pea-sized amount of creams should be enough for the full face and neck. Use a "patting" application method, as opposed to "rubbing." Always apply sunscreen when you are exposed to the sun!! Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5 Targets - Hydration, Skin Repair Format - Water-Based Serum Regimen Step - Before Oils/Creams Conflicts - none Time of Use - AM and PM "Buffet" Targets - Signs of Aging, Firming Format - Water-Based Serum Regimen Step - Before Oils/Creams Conflicts - Products containing Direct Acids, pure Vitamin C (LAA/ELAA). Time of Use - AM and PM Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% Targets - Regulates Sebum, Minimizes Pores Format - Water-Based Serum Regimen Step - Before Oils/Creams Conflicts - Pure Vitamin C (ELAA/LAA) Time of Use - AM and PM Natural Moisturizing Factors + HA Targets - Hydration, Skin repair Format - Emulsion Regimen Step - Last step of skincare as a moisturizer (before makeup primer) Conflicts - none Time of Use - AM and PM Source: https://deciem.com/ Disclaimer: The videos on this channel are not sponsored, and no affiliate links are used. Any products featured in these videos are ones that I have purchased at my own expense. Therefore, I stand by the recommendations I make and believe the featured products are worth the cost. All information presented on this channel is for news, education, and entertainment purposes only. Although I do my best to provide accurate information, it is not a substitute for medical skincare advice. Always consult with a professional dermatologist or doctor in your area before implementing any skincare advice shared on this channel.