How Do I Use My Nigella Therapy Products?

This is probably the question I get the most: How do I incorporate Nigella Therapy into my skin care routine? I love the question and I love hearing your answers. As I meet customers from around the world of all ages and all skin care needs, I hear about all the different ways that people are using Nigella Therapy's Nigenol and the Day and Night Serums.

Here are some of my suggestions:

  1. CLASSIC: Remove all make up and cleanse your face with a gentle cleanser and warm water. Twist the top of the Perfecting Serum snipgel open and apply the serum to your face and neck. Allow a minute or two to absorb, then apply a few drops of Nigenol - 100% Natural Black Seed Oil to your hands and then pat it into your face and neck.
  2. ROLLIN': Apply a few drops of Nigella Therapy Perfecting Serum to your clean, dry face, then gently roll the (refrigerated) jade roller all over your face. You can also use the jade roller with our Nigenol - 100% Natural Black Seed Oil.
  3. BLACK SEED BOOST: Add a few drops of Nigenol - 100% Natural Black Seed Oil to any other product to add a boost of antioxidant power. I like to add a couple of drops to my hand and foot creams - especially in the winter. We've heard from a couple of boss Make Up Artists who love to mix in a drop of Nigenol to foundation before applying to the face.
  4. RECOVERY: After a spa derm treatment (like laser or microneedling), apply Nigenol - 100% Natural Black Seed Oil to soothe irritation and protect your sensitive skin during recovery. For even stronger moisturization, use the Perfecting Day or Night Serum - the serums include hyaluronic acid for maximum absorption and hydration.

How do you like to use Nigella Therapy products? Comment below and let us know!

A woman's hands twisting open the Nigella Therapy Perfecting Night Serum snipgel. A woman receiving a facial treatment at a spa.A woman squeezing out the serum from the Perfecting Day Serum snipgel onto her hand.

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