Sensitive Skin Routine
Sensitive skin is more reactive than usual and can cause anything from redness, flaky and bumpy skin, to itchiness, dryness and a burning sensation. This routine provides essential protection, intense hydration and skin soothing.
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.
Use 2-3 times a week as part of your daily cleansing routine. Place a coin-sized amount of powder into the palm of your hand, then add lukewarm water to work it into a gentle foam. Smooth generously over your face to create a soft foam and rinse off. If you have oily or acne-prone skin, you can use the ENZYME CLEANSER every day.
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 it has dried and is no longer visible before rubbing it off in gentle motions.
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 CALMING SERUM.
Apply a few drops of the serum evenly to your face, eye area and neck before gently patting it in. Wait for the serum to absorb before applying Dr. Barbara Sturm's EYE CREAM. To reduce skin sensitivity, use regularly in the morning and/or evening.
Apply in the morning and evening. Gently pat into the delicate skin around the eyes.
Apply gently to the face, neck and décolleté as well as to delicate skin around the eyes.
Apply SUN DROPS SPF 50 liberally 15 minutes before sun exposure and reapply as directed. Avoid the midday sun and reapply frequently to maintain sun protection as directed, especially after perspiring, swimming or drying off with a towel. Do not overexpose yourself to the sun, even if you’re using SUN DROPS SPF 50.
Take two capsules a day with a glass of water at meal time, preferably in the morning or during the day.