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If there is one skincare step we know most people include in their routine, it’s moisturizing. What you may not know is that your moisturizer needs to be used strategically in order for you to get the results you’re working so hard to see.

Moisturizer is part art and part science. Here are the most common mistakes you’re making in your moisturizing routine and how to correct them to see results!

It Doesn’t Work For Your Skin Type

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Most people know their skin type as oily, dry, or normal but the reality is most skin types are a combination of the ones listed above. Because of this, your moisturizing routine could backfire if you’re using skin type-specific products without realizing parts of your face are a combination. This can lead to flakes, dry patches, and breakouts if you’re not careful.

Instead, opt for a solution that is made for almost every type of skin like our Repair & Release Cream. This powerful moisturizer is packed with beneficial peptides and nutrients to not only reverse signs of aging but to help your skin glow with balanced hydration throughout.

You’re Applying It To Dry Skin

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Most people notice a need for a moisturizer when their skin is dry, but that isn’t the best time to be applying your moisturizer. Your moisturizer works more effectively when you apply it to damp skin and its been proven that it even absorbs better and makes hydration last longer. You should also never apply your moisturizer over makeup because it will clog pores and lead to breakouts.

The best time to use your moisturizer for maximum benefit is right after cleansing. Start with your Lavendar Oil Cleanser to make sure your skin is clean and clear. After cleansing, pat your face dry with a soft towel and then apply your moisturizer directly to the skin in a gentle circular motion. Try not to tug at your skin as this can lead to more wrinkles and lines.

You’re Using A 2-in-1 Product

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A recent trend in the skincare world is trying to shorten up a routine by providing products that perform more than one benefit. A great example of this is a moisturizer with SPF sun protection included. While it may seem like a no-brainer to cut out a step in your routine and use a multi-purpose product, you’ll never get the same kind of benefit as you would using them separately.

With a two in one product, science has proven that mixing ingredients like UV protection and hydrating peptides can ruin the effectiveness of both. That is why so many people complain of sun damage from just using their moisturizer with SPF- it doesn’t perform properly because its effective ingredients have been compromised. To avoid this, stick with a moisturizer like our Repair & Release Cream which allows you to apply sun protection of your choice on top of it without clogging pores. This will allow the anti-aging ingredients in your Repair & Release Cream to work their absolute hardest and actually reverse wrinkles, lines and sagging skin.

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