[product question] Some of my TO serums seem so thick. | Kr Laser

published on Jan 21, 2020

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I have moderate rosacea, mostly redness and burning, and combination skin.

I have the TO hyaluronic acid, niacinamide and zinc, the Squalane and the euk 134 0.1. I also use Cos De BAHA azelaic acid, Cetaphil oil absorbing moisturizer during the day, and Cerave Night moisturizer at night, and I cleans with Cerave foaming facewash and when I wear makeup (rarely) the Inkey oat cleansing balm.

I have been using the hyaluronic acid, niacinamide, and azelaic acid during the day, and the Squalane and euk 134 0.1 at night.

My question I guess is this, the TO hyaluronic acid and the niacinamide seem to thick to apply easily without using a ton! Like a dime sized drop, and that just seems like so much for a serum. So I have been mixing it with a couple drops of the Squalane before applying to kind of thin it out. Does anyone else have this issue? Both my bottles are fairly new, so is isn’t like they are “old and crusty”.

They seem to be working fine this way, I’m just wondering if maybe I’m doing something wrong with the TO brands?

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