Let's Talk Skin Care

Skin is your largest organ and needs just as much care as the others. Looking for a new Skincare routine that actually works can be a luxurious or daunting experience - as it can be hard to know what your skin needs. Whether you’re new to skin care or you’re a 

self-proclaimed skincare guru, sticking to the simple principles below can help you create a personalised skin care routine through every season and every stage of your life.

So Where To Start

Your starting point is establishing your skin type. This will help you choose products that are targeting your skins unique needs. It’s important to remember as we age and as the seasons change, so does our skin. It’s not uncommon for us to need both a winter and summer skincare routine. Pay attention to what your skin feels like and always do your research.

Which Best Describes Your Skin

Your starting point is establishing your skin type. This will help you choose products that are targeting your skins unique needs. It’s important to remember as we age and as the seasons change, so does our skin. It’s not uncommon for us to need both a winter and summer skincare routine. Pay attention to what your skin feels like and always do your research. 

Sensitive ~ Sensitive skin is prone to dryness, itching, and redness. Your skin is often irritated by skin care products or changes in weather. 

 

Dry ~ Dry skin is easy to identify as it is visibly noticeable. Dry skin can look flaky and generally feels tight and uncomfortable. 

 

Normal ~ Normal skin is generally balanced 

- not too dry or too oily throughout the day. 

 

Combination ~ Combination skin is described as having some areas of skin that are normal (or dry) and others that are oily (typically in the T-zone). 

 

Oily ~ Oily skin is generally characterised by shiny skin. Excess oil usually makes skin more prone to breakouts. 

 

Acne ~ Acne prone skin is identified by chronic, recurring breakouts. This may include red inflamed bumps, uneven texture, excess oil or congestion & scarring from previous breakout