5 ways to get a natural glow with an ampoule

An ampoule is a highly concentrated cream that focuses on various problem areas such as fine lines, lethargy, rough skin and to give the skin a natural glow! They often come in small packages but due to its high concentration, only one or two drops are usually needed for the entire face.

Here we give you 4 tips on how to use an ampoule to get natural glow in the skin!

1. Sometimes use an ampoule instead of a serum after washing and toner. Finish with a moisturizer. If your skin needs extra care, you can also use the ampoule just before your serum. Always think of the lightest texture first and finish with the thickest texture.

LJH white propolis ampoule gives the skin instant glow, evens out skin tone, moisturizes and renews skin cells

2. Mix in a few drops in your moisturizer. Since ampoules often have very moisturizing ingredients in them, it can be good to mix in a few drops in your daily moisturizer if you feel that you are extra dry (usually in the winter) and need more moisture than usual. Wake up the next day with a radiant and moisturized skin!

3. Mix with your foundation or bb-cream. A common trick used by Korean make-up artists is to mix in a few drops of ampoule in their foundation to get that naturally moisturized skin with luster ("gwang" in Korean). It is also a good way to make sure that your foundation and skin do not get dry during the day. To get a little extra luster in places that are nice to "highlight", you can dab a little ampoule on the upper top of the cheeks and under the eyebrows. It gives a more natural glow than a highlighter does

4. Finish your make-up with skin care! Another Korean make up secret is to warm up a serum or cream between the hands and gently squeeze into the skin after makeup to give a naturally healthy glow. Because ampoules are so light in consistency, they work at least as well to get a natural "gwang" glow after your make-up.

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