Pilling Issue When Layering Nutrient Day Cream
Q.) When I layer the Nutrient Day Cream SPF 30 over other products, it pills. How can I avoid that?
A.) Using the Nutrient Day Cream SPF 30 on top of other products, particularly those that may contain ingredients like silicones, film-formers, or gel-like thickeners, can sometimes cause it to pill. Not all physical sunscreen products work well with other brand's products, due to the nature of the zinc oxide mineral. You might try changing which products you use underneath, letting other products completely set down and then applying the cream gently in a patting motion and letting it set itself without rubbing in excessively, or applying on bare skin.
As a friendly reminder, the recommended application method for Nutrient Day Cream is as follows:
For best results, coverage, and protection apply 3 pumps (at least ¼ teaspoon per use) after misting clean bare skin with the Hydrating Accelerator. Optionally, if your skin needs extra moisture, moisturize the skin first with a small amount of Active Infusion Oil or Vital Balm Cream. Gently pat the Nutrient Day Cream on the face and neck. Reapply every 2 hours and after perspiring. Avoid rubbing or touching the face, especially while perspiration is present. This can remove the sun protection.
Take care that sunscreen can irritate eyes. Body heat and perspiration can cause a product to migrate into the eye if it's applied too close to the eye area.