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Should I Use Serum in the Morning, Evening, or Both?

December 19, 2017

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As each year passes, your skin goes through a lot. From pollution to the sun’s harmful rays, your skin is right there in the thick of it. Because of this, as you get older, your skin starts to show signs of everything it has been through. If you are like many other people, you are looking for a way to stop your skin’s aging process and make the signs a little less noticeable. The best way to do this is through the use of anti aging serums. It is also important to use them correctly to get the right results.

Choosing the Right Serum

Making a choice between all the different serums on the market can be tricky. The best serum for the face and anti aging will be tailored to your needs. For example, if you have dry skin, then choose a face serum for dry skin, or you should look for the best serum for sensitive skin if you have problems with sensitivity. Using the wrong serum may aggravate your issues instead of making your skin look great.

Using It Correctly

For most serums, you want to be careful in using them. It is very easy to go overboard and use too much, which will just be wasting the product. You only need a very small amount to cover your whole face and neck. A little really does go a long way. You can also use skincare accessories to help ensure you are applying correctly and getting the best results.

When and How Often Do I Use Serum?

You may be confused about how to use hyaluronic acid serum. While the serum has potential benefits for all skin types, it will not do you any good if it is not being used correctly. Here are mistakes that people commonly make:

  • Applying Too Much Serum at a Time: This impedes the skin's absorption of the product, and the excess goes to waste.
  • Applying Serum at the Wrong Point in Your Regimen: The products in your skin regimen that should be applied first are those of the thinnest consistency, which means that serums should be applied first.
  • Applying Serum Too Often or Too Infrequently: You need experiment to find out how often you should apply hyaluronic acid serum. Start off slow and pay attention to what your body is telling you.

The Experimentation Process

It will take some time to determine how Timeless hyaluronic acid serum will work best for you. Follow the following process to figure out how to use hyaluronic acid serum effectively.

  1. Test a Small Area

Before applying hyaluronic acid serum all over your face, apply it to a smaller area of your face first. Monitor the effect on your test area over several applications.

  1. Start Off Slowly

While you may eventually apply hyaluronic acid serum to your face every day, as you're testing it out on the smaller area of your face, start by applying it only every other day. Increase gradually to every day

  1. Choose a Regular Time

Whether you choose morning or evening is up to you, but choose a time of day to apply the serum and stick to it every day. Depending on the results, you may eventually decide to use the serum morning AND evening on a daily basis.

  1. Experiment with Alternate Application Times

For example, some people like to apply the serum right after a shower, when skin is still slightly moist and the pores have opened up in the heat.

Serums should be used daily. Generally, you will use them in the morning and then at night. Both times on clean skin. Apply them with one or two fingers only to ensure a light application.

To find out more about your options in serums, please contact us here. You can also give us a call at (800) 213-3705.





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