Where to use the Lucy Bee Products in your Skincare Routine

Unsure of when to apply your serums, or where exfoliants fit into your skincare routine? We’ve got you covered with this handy graphic, and it might just help answer all your questions!

skincare routine how to use

1. Cleanse

Do both morning and evening. Use either our Brilliant Balm or Reviving Cleansing Cream to remove your make-up, dirt, grime and daily impurities.

You can also also use these two products to double cleanse, want to know more about double cleansing? Click here. We also have a handy blog which explains the difference between these two products here.

 

2. Exfoliate

After cleansing this is where you use your exfoliants. Exfoliating can help to remove dead skin cells, increase cell renewal, and unclog pores. 

We have both a physical exfoliant which is our Vitamin-Rich Sweet Glow Face Scrub, a chemical exfoliant which is our AHA Dazzling Tonic, and an enzyme exfoliant which is our Moringa & Pineapple Enzyme Face Mask.

If using just the Face Scrub, we recommend using this 1-3 times a week, depending on your skin type.

If using just the AHA Dazzling Tonic this can be used both morning and evening. If new to chemical exfoliants it would be worth building up when using it, so start by using once a day.  

If using just our Moringa & Pineapple Enzyme Face Mask, we recommend using this once a week and leaving it on for 10-15 minutes. 

If using 2 or more types of exfoliants, avoid using these on the same day, this can lead to over exfoliation of the skin and may cause irritation and sensitivity.

When using exfoliants it is especially important and essential to wear SPF daily to protect the skin against UV rays

 

3. Serums 

Serums contain active ingredients in them which have specific benefits to the skin, they absorb quickly into the skin, they are applied after cleansing and exfoliating and before you apply your moisturiser. 

Our Vitamin C Illuminating Super Serum can be used both morning and evening (if desired), it contains vitamin C to help brighten and protect the skin and a pearlescent pigment giving an iridescent shimmer which catches the sunlight for an instantly flawless glow.

Our Vitamin A Anti-Ageing Eye Serum can be used both morning and night, and contains a vitamin A alternative (called Vit-A-Like) which helps with the appearance of fine lines and skin firmness. 

 

4. Moisturise 

Moisturising using the Radiance-Boosting Face Cream is the last step in the Lucy Bee skincare range routine, and should be done both in the morning and evening. Moisturising your skin helps to keep your skin hydrated and protect your skin from irritation, and environmental damage. Keeping your skin looking fresh and bright!

Optional: Naturally Glowing Self-Tan Drops, for a little extra glow add 3-5 drops to your moisturiser, mix together well and apply to your face and neck, don't forget to apply up to your hairline as well as around your ears. Use as often as you wish.

 

5. SPF

Protect your skin from harmful UV rays with our SPF 30 Face Serum. It is important to make sure you wear SPF even on cloudy days, opt for one with both UVA and UVB protection and has an SPF of 30 or higher. UV rays are the leading cause for premature skin ageing, as well as skin damage.  

 

6. Lip Balm 

Soften, condition and moisturise your lips with our Intensely Nourishing Lip Balm, use as often as you like for soft lips.  

 

Shop all skincare here.

 

About Lucy Bee

Lucy Bee is a lifestyle brand selling food, skincare and soap products all completely free from palm oil and with minimal use of plastic. Lucy Bee is concerned with Fair Trade, organic, ethical and sustainable living, recycling and empowering people to make informed choices and select quality, natural products for their food and their skin.

Any information provided by us is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. We always recommend referring your health queries to a qualified medical practitioner.

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