Step 1: Start with a dry canvas
Wash your face, pat try. If you use toners and thin serums, apply those, and let them dry first. Now it's Serum C time.
Step 2: Apply 5 to 10 drops of Serum C
Basically, you want to use enough so that you can cover your entire face and neck. Lightly sweep Serum C around your face and up the neck, avoiding the eye area.
Step 3: Wait 5 to 10 minutes
Serum C works wonders, but it doesn't play nicely with other active skincare ingredients. Give it time alone to do its job and create a glaze on your skin. You'll know when it's time to move on, because Serum C will no longer feel slippery to the touch. I like to wait the full 10 minutes. I make a cup of tea, and get my clothes ready for the day. What would you do in these 10 minutes?
Step 4: Continue your routine
For some people, Serum C is the last step in their skincare routine. If your skin needs more hydration, layer on your other products, always applying from thinnest to thickest.
Serum C Ingredients