Our skin changes with the seasons, and so should your skincare routine! Especially here in the midwest, where we experience such wide range of seasonal differences. To help you understand what your skin might need as we move into this warmer season, we've compiled our favorite products, to transition your skin into spring.
2. Cleansing Oil + Makeup Remover
Cleansing is such a crucial step in any skincare routine. Oil cleansing specifically, has many potential benefits: clear clogged pores, lift excess sebum, improve your skin barrier function, and help protect the natural lipid layer of the skin.
Our Cleansing Oil gently melts away makeup and modern day environmental aggressors with the power of plants. Rid your skin of excess oil and problem-causing bacteria while encouraging healthy cell-renewal. Your skin will feel and look fresh and hydrated!
3. Toning Mist
This is truly one of my most favorite products. Being outside more during this time of year, it's important to protect your skin from those environmental aggressors, and the scent is magical–an intoxicating blend of botanical floral waters. It's great to start your day with, or even a mid-day pick me up to freshen up your makeup. This toner lifts your spirits while strengthening your barrier and increasing nutrient absorption.
4. Vitamin Serum
This serum is packed with so many beneficial ingredients. Its nourishing plant botanicals are naturally hydrating, healing and protective. It leaves your skin energized and glowing, while working to restore and protect your skin's barrier. A few of our hero ingredients in this daily treatment: Lotus flower-which is high in Vitamin A, known to restore the skin from signs of aging, heal and prevent further acne damage. Licorice root: prized for its ability to brighten the skin. Baobab-known as the "Tree of Life" is a powerhouse of nutrients high in A,D, E and essential fatty acids helping with cellular regeneration and improves elasticity. Our Vitamin Serum is great paired with the Enzyme Mask, the perfect duo for glowing skin!
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