before or after serum?
I like to use serum on my face, and I was wondering if this product should be used before or after putting serum on. Basically, I've read 2 conflicting pieces of advice: that you should put the sunscreen on first, because it is a physical sun-blocker so needs to go right into the skin, AND that you should put on moisturizer first so this will be absorbed better.
I'd like to be told that I can put serum, then sunscreen on my face. Please tell me this is the case! Thanks so much!
asked 4 years, 9 months ago
on Ultimate Sun Protection Cream+ Broad Spectrum SPF 50+ For Face
After serum, but before foundation.
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
You should apply this after your serum. This product is a physical sunscreen, meaning that it contains zinc oxide and other ingredients that protect your skin by reflecting UV radiation. To work properly, physical sunscreens should always be applied last when you do your morning skincare routine. Plus, serums usually have chemicals that work better on clean skin.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
Always use any serum and treatments on clean face so they can be absorbed better. If you have a good sunscreen you don't need moisturizer, they are loaded with good stuff (f.e.vitamins). Make sure sunscreen is light, absorbs quick, and doesn't make make-up look cakey (if you're wearing foundations).
answered 4 years, 9 months ago
(Las Vegas, NV)