Tips & tricks to improve the effectiveness of
Remescar Eye Bags & Dark Circles
Step 1: Wash your face gently and pat dry
Step 2: Apply a moisturizer or eye cream (non-oil based) and wait for a minute or two so it can be completely absorbed into the skin.
Step 3: Squeeze out a small amount of product on your fingertip. You should aim for the size of a grain of rice; any less will not be enough, and any more is generally too much and won’t fully absorb into the skin or could cause sensitivity.
Step 4: Rub the cream between your 2 index fingers until the cream becomes colorless (5 to 10 seconds). Make sure there is still enough cream between the fingers. In case it doesn’t feel wet anymore, take a small amount on your fingertip again. This is one of the key factors to make Remescar Eye Bags & Dark Circles work correctly.
Step 5: Gently apply the cream on your entire under-eye area, and smooth it out from the inside to the outside with one finger. Blend in using a light gentle sweeping motion until the cream completely absorbs into the skin.
Step 6: Remain expressionless for 2-3 minutes while the product dries to achieve dramatic results (fanning will accelerate the process). Simply tissue off the excess of cream with a bit of water if too much cream is applied. Wash hands and close the tube after use.
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Clean the applied area with water and pat dry.
When using makeup:
First, apply your usual products (eye serum, daily moisturizer, etc.) and allow time for these products to penetrate the layers of your skin (a minute or two). Then you can apply a very thin layer of Remescar Eye Bags & Dark Circles to the targeted area as instructed above. If you see a white residue you have either used too much product or did not use moisturizer. Simply tissue off the white residue with a bit of water. Once the product has dried, apply your makeup as usual. Note: Oil-based makeup may reduce the effectiveness of Remescar Eye Bags & Dark Circles.
*Based on the variation according to a 4 point- photonumeric rating scale. (Randomized assessor-blinded split-face controlled clinical in-use study of a topically applied cosmetic product in the treatment of eye bags and dark circles)