Skin-whipping skincares have been around since the late 1960s, when dermatologists in Japan began to use it as a way to combat skin conditions such as eczema and acne.
But in the last couple of decades, a slew of new skincaring products have been invented to address skin’s underlying issues, from the ultra-light formula in the beauty lines of Aromatherapy, to skincaria products that are formulated to be as gentle as possible.
With all that in mind, the idea of skin-blending products is a big one.
Now, that’s exactly what makeup artist Kristin A. Storck is doing.
The former model, who also runs her own makeup line, Beauty Revival, is making her mark with a new line called Skin-Whipping Skincare, which combines the basics of skincaris with new skin-loving ingredients.
And while you can find the products online, you might want to get a bottle for yourself if you’re looking for a way into the beauty world.
A few tips to help make skin-bending skincARE your go-to skin care: Make sure to apply as much product as you want and don’t use your hands or feet, as this can result in the products drying out the skin.
Apply a thin layer of your favorite skin-baring product to your face first, then your hands and feet.
This will help make sure your skin doesn’t break down while you apply the rest of the products.
Apply the product on the entire face, but leave the tips of your fingers out.
If you use a makeup brush, you’ll want to use your fingers to help apply the product.
The best way to use a product is to apply it on a spot on your face that you’re not normally thinking about, like your forehead, cheeks, or chin.
Make sure the product is long-lasting, and use as much as you need for a full day of use.
If your skin isn’t already glowing with skin whitening, start with a thin product and gradually increase the amount you use.
Then, you can apply it in small amounts every other day, or use a longer-lasting one as needed.
Keep in mind that if your skin gets dry, the product may not help as much.
If the product doesn’t work for you, don’t fret—just go ahead and try it again.
If it does work, you may want to experiment with different products.
For instance, if you have a sensitive skin tone, try applying a skin-smoothing oil to your skin and then a face-brightening cream to your hands.