HERBALIFE SKIN - TIPS & TRENDS

Q: How do I know if my skin is normal to dry?

A: Normal-to-dry skin will have patches where skin cells flake, the surface appears dull and fine lines are more visible, especially around the eyes and above the lip. Harsh cleansing, cold weather, indoor heat and arid climates make your skin feel tight and sensitive. Fortunately, people with normal-to-dry skin are usually free from blemishes and breakouts. For normal-to-dry skin, add Herbalife SKIN Soothing Aloe Cleanser to your daily routine.

Q: How do I know if my skin is normal to oily?

A: Normal-to-oily skin will look shiny, especially in the T-Zone (nose, chin, forehead and cheeks). These areas have more oil glands than other parts of the face and, therefore, are a bit oilier and break out more frequently. Pores may be more visible, blemishes more apparent and the face could be sensitive to harsh cleansers and drying alcohols. For normal-to-oily skin, use Herbalife SKIN Polish Citrus Cleanser.

Q: Is it necessary to use a moisturiser if I have oily skin?

A: In a word, yes! In order for your skin to function at its best, it must have adequate moisture. Even the oiliest of skin can have low moisture levels. No matter what your skin type is, moisturising is an essential step for healthy skin and should be done every morning and every evening before bedtime. The Herbalife SKIN line includes a Polish Citrus Cleanser developed for normal-to-oily skin.

Q: At what point do I apply serum? Is it better to apply before or after Night Cream or Day Lotion?

A: Serum always goes on BEFORE your moisturisers. Serums are generally a bit more light weight in texture and consistency. They are formulated to deliver ingredients deeper into the skin then most moisturisers can reach. This is why it’s so important to put serum on first followed by your Night and Day Creams. Remember to always cleanse and tone your skin prior to applying your serum for maximum results.

 


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