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Tue Feb 13, 2007 12:02 pm      Reply with quote
I know that this is a tired subject, but I have modified my "schedule" of products and have a few questions regarding order:

Morning:
1. Cleanse
2. Mix Philosophy Vit. C Powder with HA Serum and smooth over face.
3. Eventually moisturize under my eyes with PSF Super Hydrating Eye Treatment
4. Eventually pat Dermafreeze 365 on my horizontal forehead lines.
5. About an hour after I start this process, I eventually use Dan Kearn's 2% Benzoyl Peroxide Gel on my acne prone jawline.


Evening:
1. Cleanse
2. My latest purchase...Neutrogena Visibly Firm Copper Lift Serum. Wait one hour than...
3. Philosophy Retinol Cream
4. PSF Super Hydrating Eye Treatment.

I guess may main issue is the copper. I definitely wait 12 hours between the morning vitamin C application and evening copper application. I guess I am a bit sketchy regarding the copper followed by the Retinol cream. Is that okay? Otherwise, I don't know how to incorporate copper into my routine!!!

Also, if I wanted to incorporate an Alpha Hydroxy product into this "mess", where would it occur??

Thanks!!!!
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Tue Feb 13, 2007 1:28 pm      Reply with quote
belledivine67 wrote:
I know that this is a tired subject, but I have modified my "schedule" of products and have a few questions regarding order:

Morning:
1. Cleanse
2. Mix Philosophy Vit. C Powder with HA Serum and smooth over face.
3. Eventually moisturize under my eyes with PSF Super Hydrating Eye Treatment
4. Eventually pat Dermafreeze 365 on my horizontal forehead lines.
5. About an hour after I start this process, I eventually use Dan Kearn's 2% Benzoyl Peroxide Gel on my acne prone jawline.


Evening:
1. Cleanse
2. My latest purchase...Neutrogena Visibly Firm Copper Lift Serum. Wait one hour than...
3. Philosophy Retinol Cream
4. PSF Super Hydrating Eye Treatment.

I guess may main issue is the copper. I definitely wait 12 hours between the morning vitamin C application and evening copper application. I guess I am a bit sketchy regarding the copper followed by the Retinol cream. Is that okay? Otherwise, I don't know how to incorporate copper into my routine!!!

Also, if I wanted to incorporate an Alpha Hydroxy product into this "mess", where would it occur??

Thanks!!!!


I don't know the answer to your question, but was wondering where is your sunblock in this routine?
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