How to make your products go further

At Pai, we’re all about getting the most out of your products – and as skincare experts (and fanatics!) we’ve learnt a trick or two to help you make yours go that little bit further.

1. Add an Oil to your Cream

Expert tip: If your skin’s a little down in the dumps, add 2-3 drops of Rosehip BioRegenerate Oil to your Moisturiser or Body Cream.

Not only will the super-duper dose of Omegas 3,6,7&9 give skin an instant boost, you’ll also find that you need to use less Cream for the same coverage.

This multi-purpose tip is a great way to beat stubborn dry patches, damaged or dull skin, or lines and wrinkles that are looking more pronounced than usual.

2. Apply your Moisturiser to damp skin

Applying your Moisturiser or facial Oil to damp rather than dry skin has 3 key benefits:

i. The water helps carry the product into the skin, so you’ll better absorb all the added active elements that help keep skin at its best.

ii. You’ll use less Moisturiser, as the layer of water on the skin means it will need to drink less up from the Cream and moves across the skin much easier.

iii. Your Oil locks in this additional moisture, for long-lasting hydration and skin softness.

To really make the most of your products and your skin, dampen with BioAffinity Tonic rather than water. These tonics have the exact pH of healthy skin, so won’t dry out or irritate the skin in the same way tap water can.

3. Less is more

When it comes to sensitive skin, our years of experience have definitely taught us that less is more.

Rather than Cleansing morning and night, only Cleanse at night and instead use a BioAffinity Tonic to rinse and refresh your skin come the morning.

If your skin’s not too dry, only Moisturise in the morning, and use a BioAffinity Tonic or couple of drops of Rosehip BioRegenerate oil at night instead.

It’s important to find your skin’s natural balance, and to use products to support rather than interfere with this.

Do you have any other tips to make your products go further? I’d love to hear them!

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