What does YOUR skin need?

Embrace Your Uniqueness

No one else has skin like yours. We all have similarities of course, but our skin reacts differently to everything it comes in contact with. It's important to pay attention to your skin and your body when it expresses its likes and dislikes to you. While transitioning to natural products, your skin and body will let you know what it requires.

Dry Skin Types

Skin Dryness can result in cracking of the skin, dry patches, and peeling. Our skin naturally produces oils, but those who have dry skin may experience low amounts of oil production. These skin types require moisture and oils to aid in keeping the skin from becoming dry and irritated. . Its also great to drink more water to replenish your skin.

Oily/Acne Prone Skin Types

Oily Skin is a result of too much oil production within your pores. What's very unique about Oily skin is that it can also still be dry. Some with oily skin may be able to tolerate cleansing with oils such as Coconut oil which is thicker than Sebum (the oil our skin naturally produces) but others may find their skin becoming even more oily. Oils like Almond and Jojoba oil are lighter oils that are more similar to the consistency of Sebum. Oily skin needs products that can draw out oils. Too much oil production can result in breakouts. 

Combination Skin Types

Those who have combination skin can experience both dryness and too much oil production on different parts of their face. 

Transitioning to Natural Products

Remember that switching to natural products is a process, just as it has been within finding products that you like previously to build the regimen you've been used to. Some natural products may exceed your expectations, and others may not. Its all about keeping your mind open and your willingness to take your time finding a new regimen. Its important to note that while changing over to products that are natural, you may not be able to continue using chemically enhanced products.