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I’ve been reading on the net that rubbing skincare into your face isn’t good (which I’ve been doing all my life). Which skincare application method works best, rubbing or pressing?

Submitted by Dani Tucker on 18 November 2016

Answer

Thank you for your enquiry, Dani. To be honest as long as your applying your skin care over your entire neck and décolleté area without excessively stretching or scrubbing or “hurting” your skin, you’re okay. Pressing or even gently tapping your products into the skin is also absolutely fine. But it’s not a good idea to rub your skin excessively. So as long as you apply your products comfortably.

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