the same time. The best way to apply to the product it to shake some in your hand
and then splash on your face and massage in. It can also be applied on a cotton pad
the product onto the skin quite well.
They have a product called Cream Skin ($28.00). I was going to get this one but
they wanted $10 for shipping. I said forget it. Another is available through
Soko Glam and is called Hanskin Avocado Cream Skin ($30.00). That is the oneI purchased and am using. Cream toners are one of the hottest skincare trends in Korea right now and for good reason. They are supremely moisturizing and have a unique milky texture that melts into skin. This one is enriched with nourishing avocado extract and natural seed oils to lock in moisture so your skin stays hydrated longer. The formula is perfect for dry, dull, or sensitive skin, or for anyone in need of a soothing, hydrating boost.
I noticed a difference right away when I started using the cream skin. It is very different from a regular toner. Cream Skin products are highly moisturizing and they definitely feel thicker and more emollient than regular toners. Taking a few drops and splashing it on your face then massaging it in is one way to do it, but I also like to use a cotton pad and do it that way. I feel my skin gets the hydration well that way. Even after using the cream skin I still use serums and moisturizers, however I feel that I don't have to use anything as heavy as I usually do. My skin is so well hydrated that I can go with something lighter such as a gel-cream moisturizer or a lighter lotion moisturizer. It really does help give you the softest skin because it hydrates and softens the skin as it moisturizes it. Use after your double cleansing routine. Make sure there is no trace of makeup left on the skin. Then continue and use your cream skin product.