- The condition and level of sensitivity varies from skin type to skin type. No skincare product is suitable for all skin types.
- It is advisable for those with sensitive skin, or those who are using the product for the first time, to test the product on a small area in front of their ear. Only continue using the product if there are no negative reactions. Seek medical attention and do not use the product if swelling and redness appear on the skin.
- Skincare products are not medicines. Medicines are formulated for curing, while skincare products nourish and supplement the skin via natural physiological processes. Long-term usage of skincare products may enhance the operational efficiency of cells and the self-recovery ability of the skin, helping the skin to regain its radiance and normal functionality, as well as reducing skin problems and slowing down the ageing process.
- Skincare products must not be exposed to direct sunlight, high temperature, sudden changes in temperature, humidity and other negative influences. They must be stored at cool and dry places.
- Season, age and skin condition must be put into consideration when selecting a skincare product. Always be prepared to make changes to your product line-up to adapt to different conditions.
- Always wash and dry your hands before applying skincare products to avoid contamination.
- Avoid contact with the mouth or insides of the container of your skincare product; use a spatula to extract the content. Ensure your spatula is clean and dry before using it. Close the container as soon as you are done to prevent the product from coming in contact with air for too long. Wipe the container clean with clean toilet paper or cotton pad.