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What is Susie’s skin care regiment?

Her flawless skin radiates with a luminescent glow. Everyone wants to know: “How does she keep her skin looking so good?” Well we are here to give you the 411. Our founder Susie Wang has let us in on her skin secrets and talks about the products and her regimen that she uses to keep her skin looking amazing.

Every night, I cleanse my skin with our Rose Soap. I exfoliate with our Brightening Scrub almost every night (because the perfectly round jojoba beads are so extremely gentle). I then give myself a facial massage (circular motions) with our Argan Oil.  I then apply a very thick layer of our Brightening Night Balm all over (including around my eyes).

Every morning, the first thing I do is apply a thick layer of the Aqua Boost Mask and keep the mask on while I brush my teeth, do some stretches (I try to keep the mask on as long as possible) and rinse it off in the shower. Afterwards, I mist on our Organic Rose Hydrosol and massage a few drops of the Argan Oil on my skin and then I apply our Argan SPF 30 or our White Peach Bisque Tinted Moisturizer and finish off with our Peach Lip & Cheek Tint.

Once a week I like to steam my skin. I place hot water in a bowl with rosemary and roses that I pick from my garden, hover over the bowl and with a towel tent my face to trap the steam so it is concentrated over my face. I do this for about 10 minutes and then I quickly apply the Herbal Detox Mask on for a few minutes and rinse off and follow with few more drops of the Argan Oil.

Susie Wang
Founder and Chief Creative Ambassador

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The information in this article is for educational use, and not intended to substitute professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and should not be used as such.

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