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Hydrate Me Cream
Hydrate Me Cream
“Hydrating Facial Cream” You’re either a person that swears by THIS moisturizer or doesn’t use it at all...
My Hydrate Me Cream is:
- day/night cream
- recommended for all types of skin.
Lactic Acid, Dimethicone, Polyamino Sugar Condensate, and Sodium PCA provide moisture binding activity.
Dimethicone, Squalane, and Sweet Almond Oil protect from moisture loss and provide nourishment to the skin.
Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin-E) shows skin renewal properties.
Hops, Arnica, Horsetail, and Aloe Vera Extracts help calm inflammation and refine pores.
This product also helps improve skin‘s suppleness and elasticity, as well as skin tone, firmness, and hydration.
It contains Pentapeptides for improved Collagen and Elastin production to further reduce and slow the formation of new lines and wrinkles.
How to Use: After cleansing and toning, gently smooth over the face. Use one to two times daily or as directed by your esthetician. If your skin is on the drier side apply while the skin is still moistened with by toner.
2 fl oz
I ordered the hydrate cream to put in gift bags for my friends and they loved it! One of my favorites❤️ #shopblack
What I Hear Most As A Licensed Esthetician...
How often should I do my skincare routine?
This is a great question and one of the most frequent questions I get from my clients. The truth is, you know your skin best and you also have a very unique lifestyle. I recommend 1-2 times day day but you can always adjust your routine based on your workout regimen and makeup use.
Do I need to double cleanse my skin— if so how often?
Double cleansing is all the rage now! I highly recommend that you practice double cleansing if you workout, wear makeup and sunscreen. The reason being is that you really do not get off these kinds of barriers with just one cleanse. Double cleansing with an oil based cleanser first and then a gentle foaming cleanser immediately after ensures that your skin is clean clean!
Do I need a moisturizer if I have oily skin?
To be less vague— moisturizing is soooooo importmant and especially if you have oily skin. Contrary to what you’ve been told or may be assuming, oily skin is screaming moisturizer. Drying out your oily skin only triggers it— creating a domino effect of sebum over production. Applying a light emollient cream will occlude the skin keeping in moisture without causing over production throughout the day.
I don’t use a toner— should I?
If I had a dollar for every time I heard this question, I’d be Rihanna Rich! The answer is yes, you should absolutely be toning your skin right after you cleanse. The reason being is that your skin’s pH level is typically effected by your clesanser and toning helps to regulate it back down/up to the happy medium of 5.5-6.5. Toning also ensures that your cleanser is actually removed fully!