As the weather warms up, your skin’s needs evolve. So we wanted to share our top five tips to help you keep your skin feeling nourished and glowing as we move into the new season!
1. Cleansing Twice a Day
A change in daily routines might mean that this is sometimes getting overlooked. Remember to always cleanse morning and night, as well as after exercising, to melt away traces of dirt, make up and sweat and refresh your skin. Our Cleansing Oil is blended with Baobab, Calendula and Sweet Orange to help hydrate and revive your skin – and because it’s oil based, it’s brilliant for removing all traces of SPF at the end of the day.
2. Make time for a Weekly Mask
A weekly mask can work wonders to rebalance and revive your skin. As well as providing gentle exfoliation, our Radiance Mask soothes and refreshes to reveal plump, radiant looking skin. And if you’re short on time, you can also use Radiance Mask as a bi-weekly scrub.
3. Remember to Moisturise
Even if your skin is feeling oily. Our deeply nourishing natural facial oils help regulate your skins sebum production, leaving your skin hydrated but not greasy. Night Nectar packs a nourishing boost of hydration if your skin is super dry, lightweight Harmony Oil is perfect if you’re experiencing summer breakouts or your skin is feeling particularly oily, andMiracle Oilis a great all-rounder!
4. Keep Hydrated
Aim to drink at least 8 glasses of water or herbal tea per day, but ideally try to increase this on very warm days or if your skin is particularly dry.
5. Invest in a good quality SPF
La Roche-Posay, REN and Glossier have some great options.
MAKE IT A RITUAL
If you’re missing your usual beauty treatments and feel in need of a spot of luxurious treat, here are a couple of ideas for at-home rituals you can try to revive your skin and nourish your mind.
Spring Time Facial Ritual
Repeat this ritual once or twice a week to revive and hydrate.
Glowing Skin Body Ritual
Repeat this ritual twice a week for fresh looking, glowing skin.
If you have any questions about our products, or would like a personalised recommendation, please get in touch.