Splurge Skin Care Products and Regimen

I took the Anti-aging skin test -- recommendations were #9Rose -- I would also like to incorporate the "splurge products" into am and pm regime -- so please give the am and pm regime incorporatin the splurge products -- I was a little confused with the reco of Facial Masque "used before Vit.C at night" when you didn't recommend Vit. C at night in the selected profile. Anyway - bottom-line please give me am and pm regime for #9Rose with the splurge bottoms incorpated as to when and steps to use - i.e facial masque -- Cellex-c TNS recovery, etc. - the works!

Good question! Your Rose Product Kit shows you the AM and PM products to use. Here’s what to do with the splurge products:

Use the Eminence Gingko Biloba Masque in the PM after cleansing and before the Retinol (thanks for pointing out the confusion with the Vit. C. I’ll change that on the site). Alternate the TNS Recovery Complex in the PM with the Retinol (that is, use the TNS one night, and the Retinol the next night, and so on). The instructions on the TNS Recovery Complex may want you to use it more often, but I think you can get the benefits and alternate it with your Retinol. If the Blueberry Soy Cream is too heavy for you, then you can buy the Cellex-C Hydration product. It’s lighter than the Blueberry Soy Cream. But if you like the Blueberry Soy Cream, you can skip the Cellex-C product.

I know the regimens are expensive, but I do think a regimen is better for your longer-term skin health and beauty than switching in and out of individual products that may not work together. Good luck!

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