1. After the cleanse, when should I use it for top effectiveness?
Dry the area completely if possible as the Acropass’ microstructure dissolves in water.
It is okay to apply the patches after toner or essence; however,
we recommend to attach them on the bare face after cleansing.
2. Why must I press on the patch multiple times after I attach it?
Acropass’ active compounds exist in the form of microstructures.
You should therefore help the microstructures to easily penetrate the skin by pressing on the patch a few times.
Sliding the patch sideways will bend the microstructures laterally, hindering its full efficacy.
3. Is there a reason why the patch must be attached before sleep?
Does it become less effective during daytime?
You can use it regardless of the time of day. However, the microstructures are fully absorbed into the skin after
a minimum of 2 hours, so we recommend night-time applications. Additionally,
the patch component, hydrocolloid (medical band used in dermatology clinics after laser therapy),
also protects your skin moisture, so a longer use of the patch is beneficial.
4. How long must I have the patch on? I want to know the optimal attach time.
The actual time may differ depending on individual skin type, but anyone can benefit after 2 hours,
when the active compounds are fully absorbed by the skin.
5. Is it safe to use other skin care products such as essences, creams, etc.
after attaching the patch?
Yes, it is safe.
Our patch should be used on skin areas that need focused care, and you can use normal skin care products on other
parts of your skin freely after the patch.
6. What is the expiration time for the patch? How long is it viable for use after I open the pouch?
The patch is usable for 2 years, but we recommend using it on the day you open the sanitized pouch.
The microstructure is composed of a moisturizing agent called hyaluronic acid, which can
dissolve or structurally weaken in time by absorbing the moisture in the air once you open the pouch.
7. Won’t the patch fall off while I sleep?
There may be some rare cases where this may happen, but generally the patches hold on to your skin during sleep.