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December 11, 2020
You know I’m not a fan of chasing every skincare fad and most of the time less is more in skincare but there are a few special at-home treatments that are excellent for nourishing the skin.
One of them is called 7 Skins, a K-beauty system for saturating the skin using an ESSENCE to the point skin is full. What this looks like when done properly, is very plump, smooth skin immediately following the treatment.
The treatment will take up to 21 minutes if you complete all 7 layers. NOTE: You can do a short version daily by only adding 1 – 3 layers of ESSENCE. A good time to do a full 7 layers is when your skin feels very dry.
It is important to use an ESSENCE in this treatment, not a serum. An essence is different than a serum. An essence is a water-based product (not oil) with very gentle ingredients. It is considerably more lightweight and much less concentrated than a serum. If you use an essence daily, it is always applied BEFORE a serum.
Spoiler Alert: You will read about this on the Internet and others recommend using Toner. PLEASE do not use a toner that has alcohol or harsh ingredients. You will experience adverse effects. Read my article on Toner here.
I love HYAL Moisture Solution and I use it for the essence in my video on this topic. Again, use a water-based essence, NOT a serum.
Use the following method to super saturate the skin to the point it is completely full.
It works like this…
Upon completion, your skin will IMMEDIATELY look and feel more plump, glowing, and smoother.
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