When applying a skin serum (and any skincare product for that matter), it is important not to apply too much or too little. Applying the wrong amount can cause side effects or make the product not work well enough. The ferulic acid serum comes with a dropper which can help you apply the right amount, but let’s look at “How many drops of serum should I use?” and the correct way to apply ferulic acid serum.
Anyone—regardless of skin type or tone—does not need more than three or four drops of serum to treat their face and neck. This roughly equates to one full dropper of serum. If you are using a new serum for the first time, you may consider applying less at first, especially if you have sensitive skin. However, you should build up to the normal amount unless otherwise instructed.
After placing the drops on your skin, you can use your fingers to gently massage it into the skin of the face and neck. It will absorb quickly once spread. This application technique is standard for most daily-use serums, but may vary when using serums with stronger ingredients.
Disclaimer: Ferulic acid serum is a cosmetic product. This product is not FDA approved. Ferulic acid is not a drug and it does not treat any medical conditions.