Your recommended routine
Incorporate a new product gradually your skincare regimen, and a test patch is recommended. The general notion stands of applying cleanser first, followed by a toner, a water-based serum, then an oil or cream based formula, ending with sunscreen protection. Based on the priority of your concern, apply your water-based serums, most important concern should be catered first. Discontinue to use the product if any redness, irritation, inflammation, burning, itching, or blistering persists during the patch test or regular use. Patch tests do not guarantee that a product suits you, or do not account for underlying conditions. Results may differ when applied to different parts of the body, and the diagnosis of hypersensitivity or allergies need to be observed cautiously. Consult a dermatologist before introducing a new product to your regimen.
The products are not medical treatments and should not be used as ones to treat acne. It is best recommended to consult a dermatologist for appropriate examination of the intensity of your skin issue.
Each ingredient and concoction has been topically tested by dermatologists. However, the products have not been tested on pregnant or breastfeeding people. For them, skincare that includes retinoids such as Granactive Retinoid or Retinol should be avoided.
This assessment is not intended to substitute the consultation or advice of a healthcare professional or a Dermatologist. User to use his/her own discretion before using any product.