Here’s a scary thought: That expensive skincare methods you splurge on every few months might not be working as well as it should simply because you’re not layering it over other skincare products in the proper order. Seriously, the order that you apply skincare makes a real and significant difference to your skin. If you’re not following that order, it could be compromising the overall efficacy of your routine. And why buy the most effective products if you’re not going to use them in the most effective manner? It doesn’t make any sense. 



First things first. Cleansing always takes precedence. It sounds obvious, but some people insist on going without cleanser each morning. Their reasoning is that they wash their face each night. There’s no makeup or dirt coming in contact with their skin while they sleep, so they just splash water on their face. This could be a mistake, according to Craig Kraffert, board-certified dermatologist and president of Amarte Skincare. “Why not just splash water on your face in the a.m.? Because even the best products won’t work if debris or oil is on the skin. You will gain quite a lot from cleansing, as opposed to just splashing water on your face in the morning, because the products you use work their best and absorb most efficiently on debris-free skin.” This makes sense, considering your skin can still produce oil and come in contact with environmental pollution at night. 

The latest generations of the silicone facial cleansing massager has now been improved to feature a bigger brush head with longer & softer touchpoints to ensure an even deeper & more thorough cleanse, adjustable intensities, and a variety of app-guided massage routines that use the back of the device to tighten targeted areas of your face, for a refined & younger-looking complexion in minutes. So, this is also a best choice for your skin


Most people choose to skip toners, partly because there’s a lingering assumption that most toners are harsh and irritate the skin. Fortunately, that’s not the case anymore. While they don’t physically “shrink” pores, the new breed of toners can serve multiple purposes, like act as a delivery system for antioxidants, vitamin-B derivatives and even toning acids. Additionally, each type of toner is intended for a different skin issue, so it’s important to use the right kind for your skin concern. 

However, if you have lived all your life without using a toner and your skin looks healthy, there is no need to start using one. Toners were created to help return the skin’s pH after it became too basic from harsh soaps. That said, if you have a toner that you like using, there’s no harm in sticking with it. 


Serums are super-concentrated, nutrient-dense treatments that address specific concerns, so it’s better to keep them as close to the skin as possible. There are various serums available on the market today, but for daytime, we recommends antioxidant serum, which provide a variety of benefitsfrom blunting your skin’s inflammatory response to neutralizing damage from UV rays and environmental pollutants. 


According to Dr. Annie Chiu, a board-certified dermatologist, it’s vital to have an eye caring at least every night—if not twice a day—starting in your 20s. “It’s about maintaining the health and thickness of the eyelid skin. Improving the skin quality in this area early on ensures that the eyelid skin does not easily lose laxity and its smooth appearance later on.” 

For best results, consistency is key. Regular use of eye cream over time will keep the eyelid skin elastic and can improve or prevent against some fine lines or collagen loss. Remember: Nothing is magic. Results don’t occur overnight. You can further protect the delicate skin around your eyes by choosing an eye cream with SPF or applying sunscreen every day. We also advise people to remember to wear sunglasses when outside to protect against UV-light damage and lines that can creep up around the corners of your eyes from squinting. 

The eye massager devices are essential factor in eye caring routine. It’s effective if we could pick tools having therapeutic hot compress, sonic vibration, LED red light therapy. Getting rid of your dark eye circles, this device might just do the trick. It’s also been said that the device helps to boost absorption of your favourite eye care products, thanks to its LED light, heat therapies and sonic vibrations that stimulate collagen and elastin production. All you need to do is to take an appropriate amount of eye cream and spread it evenly on the skin, before gently pressing the metal massage probe and gliding it around eye contours. 



Everyone needs a  moisturizer even if you have oily skin. Even though your body has its own natural lubricating system consisting of glands that secrete oil (or serum) to maintain a protective coating against harsh outside conditions and infections, most of us do need extra hydration after the havoc that sun, weather and harsh chemicals wreak on our skin. 

Most experts recommend that the best time to apply a moisturizer is while the skin is still damp, so the sooner you go through applying your serum and treatment, the sooner you’re able to lock in much-needed hydration with your moisturizer. 

If you’re using an acne spot treatment, you may want to skip those areas when applying your moisturizer to make sure the ingredients in it won’t interfere with the active ingredients in your spot treatment. 


Sunscreen should be the last essential step in your daytime skin care routine if you’re using a physical or mineral sunscreen, which works by physically blocking UV rays. This step becomes tricky when you’re using a chemical sunscreen. 

Chemical sunscreens have to be absorbed into the skin to be effective, so applying after your moisturizer will delay and hinder that. However, if you apply your chemical sunscreen before your moisturizer, your moisturizer will not work as well either because the skin is coated with chemical sunscreen. 

To get around this, using a physical sunscreen with zinc and to apply it after your moisturizer. Zinc is safe, effective and provides the broadest protection against UVA and UVB rays. 

As for those who like using chemical sunscreens, try to look for a formula that offers moisturizing benefits, so you can get your daily hydration needs while protecting your skin.