Current Skincare Routine

Ever since getting sculptra, my skin looks amazing. I’m so please with the results, but l’m getting older every day. My focus right now is hydration and brightness…meaning less makeup, more hydroluranic and gentle exfoliation. Especially when the weather gets cold, hydration is so, so important for me. I was already using Drunk Elephant, but I recently discovered Dr. Jart. I bought a pack of masks that are absolutely awesome.  At night, I remove my makeup with a Makeup Eraser, then put on F-Balm ™ Electrolyte Waterfacial and Dr. Jart+ Pore Remedy™ PHA Exfoliating Serum, Pore Remedy™ 5% Multi-Acid Radiance Peel and ZO Skin Health Growth Factor Eye Serum.  If I have time, I use a Dr. Jart Cryo Rubber Mask.

In the morning, I cleanse with Beste ™ No. 9 Jelly Cleanser, use good ole Neutrogena Pore Clear Pore Toner, C-Firma™ Fresh Day Serum, C-Tango ™ Multivitamin Eye Cream , B-Hydra™ Intensive Hydration Serum with Hyaluronic Acid, and finish with Umbra Tinte™ Physical Daily Defense SPF 30.  10/10 – would recommend especially if you struggle with hydration and congestion. I’ve never been happier with my skin! 

PS – Not sure how to apply your products? Go thinest to thickest! Thank you, TikTok for that recent tip.

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