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Can someone please help me with which order to put these products on **pic attached!

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HelpingIsMyThing · 08/09/2018 13:58

I'm going to use the day cream AM & PM and the other 2 products PM.

Which order should I put them on at night? I'm an absolute novice at this skin care stuff so I'm pretty clueless.

Thank you :)

Can someone please help me with which order to put these products on **pic attached!
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HelpingIsMyThing · 08/09/2018 14:00

The products are

olay lift & firm day cream
The ordinary Vitamin C (this is back to front in my photo 😂 sorry)
The ordinary lactic acid

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thenightsky · 08/09/2018 14:06

I think I'd go for the Vit c at night after cleansing. I'd use the day cream in the morning. Not sure about the lactic acid Confused

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HelpingIsMyThing · 08/09/2018 14:07

Oh I thought I needed to moisturise at night too Hmm I'm so confused 😂

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HelpingIsMyThing · 08/09/2018 14:25

Anyone else?

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NiceUnusualDifferent · 08/09/2018 14:26

Vitamin c a.m. followed by spf
Lactic pm followed by night cream
Build up to them though and add 1 at a time

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manicbutfunctioning · 08/09/2018 14:40

When I purchased The Ordinary product I emailed them to ask in what order to use them. I received a reply within 24hrs . I know you have the Olay moisturiser but I’m sure they will give you the best advice .

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Apileofballyhoo · 08/09/2018 14:43

I saw something recently about just using the vit C for a few minutes and then cleaning it off. Also if that is the 23% one I think it's recommended for pm only. Don't use it the same night as the lactic acid.

Routines usually go cleanse, then water based serums/mists/hydrating toners (I've seen varying orders for these), oils, then creams.

You do need to moisturise at night. Some people just use an oil. That Vit C is quite moisturising - it's oily and has hyaluronic acid in it.

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HelpingIsMyThing · 08/09/2018 18:29

Thanks all. Can't wait to try them out Grin

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