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Ever wondered how to properly apply cream on your face? It is easy to find out by reading our article.

Tips for choosing and applying face cream

Everyone’s skin is different. What works for your friend or family member may not necessarily work for you. Always buy a face cream for your skin type. You may need to try a few different ones before you find the one that’s right for you.

  • If you’ve purchased a new face cream that you haven’t used before, consider doing a patch test first to see if you’re allergic to it. Apply a small amount to the inside of the elbow and wait 24 hours. If there is no redness or irritation, you can safely use the cream.
  • If you are using a new face cream, give it about two weeks before deciding if you will continue to use it. Not all creams will work right away. Sometimes your skin needs time to adjust.
  • Apply day cream every morning. If you really want results from this product, you need to use it every day. Since this is a day cream, apply it in the morning so it can work throughout the day.
  • Apply sunscreen after applying day cream. The day cream is quickly absorbed and leaves no residue on the skin. After using it, you can apply further sunscreen to protect your face from harmful UV rays. It is recommended that you wear sunscreen with an SPF of 15 or higher every day.
  • Add your makeup if necessary. If you love wearing makeup, apply it after your day cream and sunscreen. Make sure your day cream and sunscreen are completely absorbed before applying makeup. Your skin should be dry to the touch.
  • Use non-comedogenic products, especially concealer, to help prevent clogged pores.
  • Use the night cream every night to improve your results. While you can use a day cream on its own, it works best when you use it in combination with a night cream. After cleansing your face at night, apply the night cream using the same method as the day cream.
  • Take a photo of your face every month to track your results. Take the first photo before using the cream for the first time. Your face must be clean and free of makeup. Each month, try to make your photos as similar as possible, such as using the same location, lighting, background, and camera. So when you compare photos, you can clearly see the difference in your skin.

Warning on applying face cream

  • Don’t put on face creams at bedtime unless they’re labeled “night cream.” Regular face creams are usually too heavy to wear at night. They can block your pores and prevent them from breathing.
  • Be sure to check the ingredient list when shopping for a new face cream. Some face creams may contain ingredients that you may be allergic to, such as nut butters.

How to properly apply night and day cream on the face: step by step photo

Step 1. Start with a clean face and hands

Wash your face with warm water and a facial cleanser suitable for your skin type. Rinse your face with cold water and gently pat it dry with a soft towel.

Step 2: Consider applying toner with a cotton swab or cotton pad

The toner will help restore the pH of your skin and also tighten the pores. This is especially important if you plan to wear makeup later.
  • If you have dry or sensitive skin, choose an alcohol-free toner.

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Step 3. Apply eye cream first if you are using it.

Place a small amount on your ring finger and gently pat the cream under your eyes. Avoid tightening the skin under the eyes.

  • The ring finger is the weakest finger, making it ideal for the delicate skin under the eyes.

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Step 4: Squeeze a pea-sized amount of face cream onto the back of your hand

Don’t worry if you squeezed too little. You can always apply more later if needed.

  • If the cream is in a jar, then scoop a small amount with a small spoon or Q-tip. You can find sticks in most cosmetics stores.

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Step 5. Start applying the cream on your face

Apply the cream on your face in small dots. Focus on problem areas like cheeks and forehead. Avoid places that tend to get very oily, such as the creases on either side of your nostrils.

  • If you have combination skin, focus more on dry areas and less on oily areas.

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Step 6. Mix the face cream with your fingers.

Gently massage the cream into the skin using small, upward, circular motions. Never pull down on your skin. Be sure to leave a ½ inch (1.27 cm) margin around the eyes. Most face creams are not suitable for the delicate, sensitive skin around the eyes.
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Step 7: Apply more cream if needed

Look at your face. If there are any bare spots on your face, apply a little more cream. However, don’t put the cream on yourself. More cream is not necessarily better or more effective.
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Step 8: Consider Applying Face Cream to Your Neck

Many people tend to forget about this area. The skin on your neck is delicate and tends to age the fastest. She also needs some attention.
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Step 9. Remove any excess cream with a tissue

Take a close look at your face. If you notice any clots or clumps of cream, gently blot them with a tissue. It’s extra cream.
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Step 10 Wait for your skin to absorb the cream before dressing or applying makeup.

During this time, you can do your hair or brush your teeth. You can also start wearing underwear such as underwear, socks, pants and skirts. This way, you won’t risk wiping off your face cream.

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Step 1: Wash and dry your face before using your day cream

If you have makeup, remove it with water or a makeup remover. Wash your face with your favorite cleansers or warm water and a washcloth before applying your day cream. This will help remove any impurities and oils that may have accumulated overnight, as well as any residue from your makeup remover.

  • Dry your face with a soft towel after washing.

Step 2. Put 4-5 drops of the product on your fingers

Make sure your hands are clean so you don’t carry dirt or germs to the delicate skin on your face. Using 4-5 drops should be enough to cover your face and neck in a light…

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