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Are you using to much of your skin care product and wasting money?
You don’t need as much as you might think! **OPEN** for more.

How much product do you need?
Foam Cleanser: Pea size
Cream Cleanser: Quarter size
Retin A: Pea size
Serums: 5-8 drops or Coffee Bean size
Spot Treatment: 1/2-1 Pencil Eraser size
Moisturizer: Nickel size
Eye Cream: 1 and 1/2 grain of rice for both eyes
Sunscreen: 1 tspn for face. 1 shot glass for body.

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*What I am wearing in this video:
It Cosmetics CC Cream
It Cosmetics Bye Bye Pores
Wet n Wild Contour Dulce De Leche
Maybeline Eraser Dark Circles
Smash Box Photo Matte Eyes:
The Brow Gal :
It Brow Power
Maybelline Fit Me Blush Medium Pink:
Wet n Wild Gel Lip Liner:
Color Pop Monday:
It Cosmetics Super Hero Mascara:
Rodial Eyeliner:


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Categories: Beauty Care


  1. rocserenity
    rocserenity 29 May, 2017, 17:23

    I have a prescription for retinol. I have went back and forth rather to fill and use. I have heard great stories and horror stories. Does it work on wrinles?

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  2. Renee Schroeder
    Renee Schroeder 29 May, 2017, 17:23

    I have extreme dry skin so I put moisturizing cream over the top of Tretinoin however when recently watching Melissa 55 video (using Tretinoin for 20 years) I believe she said it will dilute the product and skin will become lazy and droop. So confused. Perhaps she doesn't experience the dryness. I am only two months into my 3 nights a week. I understand everyone skin is different. I also worry about damaging my face. Thanks for your videos in advance. I am two years older than you.

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  3. Alert And oriented
    Alert And oriented 29 May, 2017, 17:23

    Thank you. I'm definitely over using my retin-a and my cerave. I just discovered cerave and love it.

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  4. snobcast
    snobcast 29 May, 2017, 17:23

    great video with good info.. but for sunscreen, it's NOT a tablespoon. I mean, it depends on the size of your face; you'd have to have a pretty huge (like humanly impossibly huge) face to require 1tbsp. It's actually 0.5 – 1 tsp.. the exact science is 2mg/1cmsq. of exposed skin which roughly translates to 1/2 tsp. It's also suggested that doing two thinner coats is better than 1 thick coat, which is what i like to do (layer sunscreen). so it's not that overwhelming. you're probably using enough!

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  5. Renee Schroeder
    Renee Schroeder 29 May, 2017, 17:23

    Very helpful information, I cant wait for the retin a myths video. I would also like to know when i should move to higher percentage. I am currently using the lowest percentage of retina a

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  6. Heidi Ann
    Heidi Ann 29 May, 2017, 17:23

    Great video. I'm going to be 50 next month and have yet to use Retin-A. I do have dry skin should i get a prescription from my dr? I do see you have a video where you can buy it online?

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  7. Michelle T
    Michelle T 29 May, 2017, 17:23

    How many products can you layer at a time? Do you wait in between products?

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  8. Julie Barnes
    Julie Barnes 29 May, 2017, 17:23

    I layer three serums after toner. I love layering serums. The niacinimide and vit c serums are my two favorites from the Ordinary. Just a little bit like you say and lock it all in with First Aid beauty moisterizer. It's healing to those of us that use retin a. Nobody believes me when I tell them a lot of sunscreen needs to be used. I use a pea size retin a on my neck and chest. A pea size on my face with no irritation

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  9. barbarac102
    barbarac102 29 May, 2017, 17:23

    Good video. My question is,  do you layer serums? I am pretty new to all of this. I always had good skin, was healthy, worked out daily, was happy, toned & it showed. I only used good otc  or Avon products. I moved & got the worst medical care. I lost a lot of weight & much more went wrong. Bottom line, I would hear a lot about layering products. I was doing it for awhile but thinking, is this necessary? What you showed looked a lot like what I use. Also, on my limited budget, ( I know this isn't what you were talking about) I wanted to ask, are the boxes you get worth it and which would you say is the best?Thanks, I enjoy your videos.

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  10. Jordan Martinez
    Jordan Martinez 29 May, 2017, 17:23

    Good info! Thanks🙂

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  11. WKZZR Productions
    WKZZR Productions 29 May, 2017, 17:23

    Awesome video keep up the great work Big thumbs up.

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