Well, it depends. If you have dry skin you should probably use a moisturizer after the oil.
However, if you have oily skin like me, you can get away with just this as a moisturizer.
answered 3 weeks, 4 days ago
I think this depends upon the kind of skin you have and each person is different. I'm in my mid-40s, have dry/sensitive skin, and the winters are killer for me. Usually lots of peeling, flaking, itchiness. With this product, after applying on somewhat wet skin, I usually don't need anything else, but if it's particularly dry and cold, I might require something else on top. You'd have to try to know.
answered 2 months, 2 weeks ago
add the oil to your moisturizer 2 drops at first and mix with your finger in the palm of your hand and slap it on. no need for the serum. if your skin feels too dry then do the serum as usual. plus the 2 drops in your lotion. also stop using sulfates and try something much more gentle as to not confuse the surface of your skin with too much or too little oil production. it will work wonders without sulfate cleansers. talk about using what the geishas used!
I use Tsubaki over my Rx Vitamin A,C,E serum and that's it. No moisturizer needed and I am 65.
answered 8 months ago
This can be used as a moisturizer on its own.
You really can use a few drops of this alone but I use a serum first after cleansing and toning then I use this as my last step. The Beauty Oils are used as the last step. This is a surprisingly light oil.
I use this at night after toner and boscia breakout serums and before my moisturizer. It has worked really well for me using it this way.
I would say this would replace or act as a moisturizer. I use it as a nighttime moisturizer after washing my face. It's really nice and lightweight, yet I have had dry skin this winter and it has worked wonders on it. I think if you added anything on top of it, it would be too much.
answered 11 months ago
From what I have read and heard you use it underneath your moisturizer. I assume during summer months it might be ok to use alone.