Love Your Skin.
It's as simple as 1∙2∙3
Every skincare practice must begin with a clean slate. So start your routine with the melting cleanser.
Next add the serum. The morning is the time for brightening and nourishing with Vitamin C. The evening is the time to allow the cellular powerhouse Retinol to do its work to regenerate and restore.
The last step is always moisturizer. Seal in the hydration, smooth and tone your skin.
Time is on your side.
Radiant, healthy looking skin doesn’t happen overnight. It takes time coupled with the right products and the right ingredients.
Keep it simple.
Your skincare practice should be simple enough that you do everyday, but effective enough so that you see results.
Know your products.
And in what order to use them: Cleanse. Treat. Moisturize.
In that order. Morning and Night. Yes, it is that easy.
Know your ingredients.
And what time of day to use them. Using Retinol as part of your evening routine is key to maximizing cellular turnover, to help your skin repair and rejuvenate while you sleep.
Go gentle on your skin.
As we get older, our skin gets thinner and is more sensitive to what we put on it and how we touch it. You do not need - or want- to use harsh ingredients, rough scrubs and chemically activated peels to remove layers of our already thinning skin.
Nourish from the inside out.
Don’t forget that your skincare routine includes what you take into your body. Our bodies lose collagen as we get older, and we can add it back through our diet. Adding collagen powder to your morning coffee, smoothie or glass of water is an excellent way to help restore the body’s lost collagen.