Sequence Matters: Using skin products in the right order.

Using skin products in the right order may help you get the most out of them. After all, most of the things that you apply on your face and body come into contact with one another through a skin care product or cleanser. The products you use on your face and body affect how they smell, how they look, how they feel, how they work, and how well they work. And that’s only the beginning of the story. Skin products also interact with one another, how they change your appearance, how long they last in effect, and how much effort and time it takes you to care for your skin.

The most important thing about skin care is protecting yourself from the elements that could damage you. That means putting sunscreen on, reapplying it every day, letting it dry completely before you step out into the sun, and using a good Moisturizer before sunscreen in order to keep your skin soft and supple. But how do you know how to start putting those products together in the right order?

Most people know that sunscreen should be applied to the face and then left on overnight. But many of us are lazy and we wait until we’re in the car or asleep to apply sunscreen. That’s actually very bad advice. Long term exposure to the UV radiation from the sun can lead to serious medical issues, including skin cancer. So the best thing to do is apply sunscreen immediately and consistently.

Now, what if you want to put sunscreen on and then immediately wash your hands? That’s perfectly acceptable too, but it’s not the way that the formula you’re using should be formulated. You need to start with a good base layer, one that will protect your skin while it protects it from UV radiation. That means finding a moisturizer that contains antioxidants. Antioxidants will protect your skin while still giving it moisture, something that all good sunscreen companies would call a double-act.

There are sunscreen products out there that have just the right ingredients in order to fulfill the first step of the sunscreen before the rest. You should be able to find a cream containing Nanobelle Coenzyme Q10 in it. It’s the scientific equivalent of the wonder material that make up the sun, but humans have never been able to crack it open. It’s a protein that’s wrapped around zinc oxide in order to absorb UV radiation.

The problem is that this protein is incredibly delicate. It’s easy to destroy by over exposure to the sun. So the trick is to use a sunscreen that contains another protein called Functional Keratin. This new ingredient has been shown in clinical studies to protect the skin more effectively than any other substance that has been approved by the FDA.