Vitamin C—it’s definitely the skincare darling right now, especially when paired with Hyaluronic Acid. And if the industry is talking about it then you can bet your clients are too. Boost your product sales and increase your long-term client retention by offering a simple, yet effective at-home anti-aging skincare routine that includes vitamin C. Even your most minimalist of clients with love these easy steps.
Step 1: Cleanse
Using an anti-aging cleansing product (we LOVE the double cleanse) that taps into the power of all-natural ingredients such as rosewood, carrot seed and horsetail to stimulate cell rejuvenation, support firmness and promote elasticity is an important step in any skincare routine. This process is really the only way to properly prep the skin to absorb serums, moisturizers, and sunscreen. It also will get their skin completely clean which gives skin cells the best possible chance to regenerate overnight.
Step 2: Serum + Eye Cream
Serums are a must for radiant, glowing skin. Highly active and packed with nutrients, serums are the best way to improve tone, texture, and overall skin health. And when it comes to fighting those signs of aging, you’ll definitely want to recommend U Turn Firming Peptide Serum. The dual action peptide formula boosts collagen production, plumps and repairs skin cells for a brighter, smoother complexion, while vitamin C stimulates collagen and elastin to help firm, tone and reduce the appearance of fine lines. It will literally turn their skin around. Discussing adding an eye cream is also an important step in an anti-aging skincare routine, and it just takes a few seconds to nourish this area that often shows signs of aging first. Remind them that eye products are also good for the lip area, another place where you see fine lines.
Step 3: Moisturize + Sunscreen
As a skincare professional, you should stand firm with your clients on the use of sunscreen. Depending on where their skin is with the aging process, you can recommend an anti-aging moisturizing sunscreen or the use of a moisturizer first, then sunscreen. The truth is we know conclusively that sunscreen can help prevent photoaging or premature aging caused by the sun, which is why it’s basically never too soon to start using sunscreen. Recommend a product with SPF30 that will deliver broad-spectrum protection while moisturizing and protecting with Green Tea and vitamin E.