How much do I apply?
I am trying out the sample size, and the tube just says to apply it, with no specific amount, and the website says "an ample amount"--what does that constitute? Do I put a TON so I can actually still see the cream? Or do I put a lot but rub it all into my skin? Or just put enough so that a thin layer is rubbed into my skin? Thanks in advance for any advice!
asked 1 year, 4 months ago
on Moisture Bound Vitalizing Masque
I usually use about a dollop about the diameter of a U.S. dime -- if you use a fingertip to sweep it on, you can go heavier where you need it and lighter where you don't.
I've been using this product for close to a year now, and it's a pretty dependable product -- I have super-sensitive skin with rosacea and spent hundreds before I found something that worked (I've since started experimenting with something else at night to be cost-effective).
answered 2 weeks, 5 days ago
For me i just squeeze a pinkie sized blob on the back of my hand, almost like applying foundation. then I just dab small amounts on my face and blend. this gives a right amount for me, but if you need a little more feel free to layer. it is a little oily, and if you break out quite easily be careful and stick to a small amounts of how much will fit onto your face. and if you are only doing sections, calculate how much you have used before and use less or more. Hope this clears things up :)
I used a pea-sized amount each use and it was plenty to see results in the morning.
answered 4 months, 2 weeks ago
My sample lasted me almost 2 weeks, I needed very little. I have the full size bottle and it said to use three pumps and I'm only using one, since three was to much
answered 7 months ago
I use about 3/4". Spread it along my fingers and tap it onto my whole face and neck. It's so smooth and silky that it spreads nicely. Tube should last a long time.
Should be a thin layer, thin enough that it may dry in 5-10 mins so you may retire to bed.
No more than a dime amount. It's made with bamboo sap, not water so you don't need much.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
(Orange County, CA)