Doctor's Notes

Dry Skin Routine

Often tight, dull and uncomfortable, dry skin produces less sebum than other skin types and can lack elasticity, accentuating fine lines and wrinkles. This routine provides intensive hydration and comfort, both immediately and long term.

Step 1
HYDRATING FACE MIST

Hold the bottle half an arms-length from your face, close your eyes and apply three pumps. The product can be used as generously as you need depending on your skin type. Use in the morning to invigorate and hydrate your complexion and during the day as a quick refresh.

Step 2
HYALURONIC SERUM

Apply a few drops of the serum evenly to your face, eye area and neck before gently patting it in. Allow full absorption before following with Dr. Barbara Sturm's FACE CREAM LIGHT.

Step 3
CLEANSER

Shake before use. Pump a little foam into your hand and smooth over your face using circular movements. Then rinse off thoroughly with lukewarm water.

Step 4
SCALP SERUM

Using the pipette, trickle the formula directly onto your scalp (on dry or wet hair) and massage in gently. Allow time for the serum to absorb. For best results we recommend using the SCALP SERUM in the evening to optimize scalp health. The SCALP SERUM contains caffeine. For use during pregnancy, please consult your doctor.

Step 5 (extra)
FACE MASK

Apply at least 2-3 times a week, after cleansing. Leave it on for 10-15 minutes, allowing the FACE MASK to soak into the skin entirely, before taking it off with lukewarm water. For an intensive treatment, keep it on until the FACE MASK has dried and is no longer visible before rubbing it off in gentle motions.

Step 6
GLOW DROPS

Place one pipette length into the palm of your hand and apply over the face, eye area and neck, gently patting it in. Apply after your moisturizer for a lit-from-within glow, over makeup, or combine with your preferred skincare product.

Signature

Dr. Barbara Sturm

Date

20 June 2021