Friday, June 29, 2012

Apply moisturizer on damp skin {Tip of the Day}

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I have mentioned this countless of times and probably done dedicated posts for this as well but I wanted to reiterate this tip again today. So, for those of you who already know about it and have tried, apologies for saying the same things again and again.

Whenever you face a difficulty to spread any product on your skin, try applying it on damp skin. It works beautifully and gives an even finish with a dewy look. This worked especially great for the Ponds White Beauty Spot-less Cream which I had reviewed recently. I totally forgot to mention about it in the post so thought I would put up a separate one!!! Also, keep one thing in mind that do not apply any sunscreen on damp skin.
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12 comments:

  1. This is a tip worth reiterating. I always apply moisturizer after I towel dry my face. Sometimes it's still damp, sometimes, all the water is off but the skin is still supple from the washing.

    so when I read a review of a product I use and someone says it didn't get absorbed well, I assume they applied it well after the washed their face.

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    1. yeah, Rae, but not everyone applies it right after washing their faces...some do wait or get busy with other things...example, me :D

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  2. Awesome tip Swati :)

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  3. Oh thanks now I don't have to throw away my ponds cream :)

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  4. y not for sunscreen ? it will get absorbed better na

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    1. no, sunscreens do not get applied properly on damp face. the consistency and ingredients of sunscreen are such that they may repel water.

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    2. ok got it.. :) thnx

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    3. so basically can we wash face, then wait for 2-3 mins, then apply sunscreen .. what i mean to ask, is how much should the gap be between washing face and applying sunscreen ?

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    4. just be sure that your skin has no water at all!!! may be 5-10 minutes would do the trick :)

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    5. thanks :)

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