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Applying Skin Cream Tip

I use a very expensive skin care system. I have discovered that if I apply the cream to my face when it is still wet, a very little goes a long way and you still get the same results. I keep the cleanser/face cream part of the system in my shower and every morning when I jump in the shower, there it is! I just simply add a dab to my skin and massage it in. I have tried it both ways, applying on dry skin vs.

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applying to moist skin and, I assure you, I have seen no difference. This allows me to stretch the products and I don't have to buy as often. It also allows me to use a product I would normally not be able to use because it lasts at least twice as long applied this way.

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By Nancy B from Riverside CA

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January 29, 20070 found this helpful

YES! and if moisturizer is applied to a damp face, it locks the moisture from the water in, which means it works much better than if applied to a dry face!

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By Christine (Guest Post)
February 1, 20070 found this helpful

Hey, this really works well, thanks for the tip!

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