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The little details of our skin application can sink or swim our skin. If you are not seeing a significant, positive impact from your skin routine, either find another company’s products or make sure you are getting the application details correct.
Companies go through extra pains to make instructions crystal clear. I know I did, and there is a reason why: optimal results ensure the most bang for your buck!

The most common skincare application mistakes often occur because we learn our skincare routines at a young age and then never really update them. We think this is the only way to do things so will take any product for rest of our lives and use similiarly.
For as long as I have been in this business, it still frustrates me how many people spend a fortune on their skincare products, and then make up their own application rules that have very little to do with the actual instructions. Though, I also understand this, as every company has their own set of quirks that reflect their overall philosophy. Skin Harmonics is especially quirky as our philosophy varies vastly from the norm. I promise you that they are worth learning.


Some of the most common skincare application mistakes when implementing my Origin Set layering sequence include:

  1. continuing the use of harsh cleansers
  2. bypassing “The Thirsty Moment” (learn about this by watching the Origin Set Application video) https://youtu.be/_VfDY30FnRo
  3. allowing the hydrating mist and hydrating serum to evaporate before adding Lamina on top
  4. not using enough Lamina and/or stopping before it melts all the way.

Applying your skincare products as they were designed will make A WORLD of difference for your skin and how it responds to the products. Don’t come this far with your beloved skincare brand(s), only to drown on the shore from misapplication.

Keep learning about what the new paradigm shift means for your skin…practically.
Harm to heal is OUT and Nourish to Heal is IN.
Real healing is a beautiful process.
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