Skincare product safety tips
HOW TO USE YOUR SKINCARE PRODUCTS SAFELY
Time, heat, humidity, or a lid which is not properly closed can damage your skincare products and be responsible for skin reactions. In order to preserve their properties longer and avoid any potential side effect, it is necessary to follow a few recommendations.
Good SKINCARE Preservation Practices
STORE YOUR SKINCARE PRODUCTS IN A COOL, DRY PLACE AWAY FROM LIGHT.
Exposed to sunlight, humidity or sometimes temperature variations, skincare formulas can deteriorate more easily. Therefore, it is recommended to store your skincare products in a cool, dry place away from light.
Plus, you should always respect the recommended durations of product use after opening. They are indicated on the back of each bottle or jar, with a symbol showing an open cream jar, followed by the duration of use (in months).
Good SKINCARE Hygiene
ENSURE PERFECT HYGIENE.
In order to use your skincare products safely, it is important to ensure a perfect adapted hygiene. It is thus recommended to wash your hands with soap before starting your daily skincare routine.
When the creams are packaged in a jar, use the small spatula provided rather than your fingers which could carry bacteria inside the jar. Remember to wash it carefully after each use.
When packaged in a tube, it is important to make sure that the tip of the tube always stays clean by wiping off any excess product with a tissue.
The airless bottles constitute a shield against bacterial proliferation. Indeed, they prevent air from entering the formula thus deteriorating the product. Your skincare products are not in contact with external air and are therefore protected from any contamination. The entirety and purity of EISENBERG’s formulas are protected.
REMEMBER TO CLOSE PROPERLY EACH BOTTLE AFTER USE.
DISCOVER EISENBERG SKINCARE
CLEANSING MAKE-UP REMOVING GEL OR HYDRATING VELVET MAKE-UP REMOVER
Gently remove makeup and impurities to recover a fresh and toned skin. Remember to remove eye-makeup carefully since the eyes are particularly sensitive to external agents.