There is no one-size-fits-all approach to radiant, clear skin. Each complexion has unique needs, strengths and problem areas. And so it follows, a custom-built routine will yield the best results and more resilient skin. Our team of experts have done the due diligence for you, with prescriptive routines designed per skin type listed below.
For a personalised recommendation on which products are most suitable for your unique skin needs, simply reach out to one of our highly-trained skin consultants via a live online skin consultation or live chat.
The basics of a good skincare routine
Step 1 - Cleanser
A gentle, pH balancing cleanser is a skincare staple – working to remove makeup, grime and helping to reduce skin congestion.
In the evenings, we recommend you opt for a double-cleanse, especially if you wear makeup.
Step 2 - Exfoliant
Exfoliants gently remove built-up dead skin cells – clearing pores and revealing a brighter, fresh complexion.
Step 3 – Acid Toner/Tonic
Toners work to smooth and soften skin whilst promoting collagen production. They also work to prepare the skin for the absorption of active ingredients, allowing the skin to reap the full benefits of ensuing treatments.
Step 4 – Eye Treatment
Eye treatments help to reduce the appearance of dark circles, puffiness, hooded lids and fine lines.
Step 5 – Serums
Applied morning and evening, antioxidant-rich serums can help to protect your skin from environmental damage and pollution.
The smaller molecular size of our light weight serums means they need to be applied prior to a heavy cream or oil based solution.
Step 6 - Moisturiser
Protect your skin by using a moisturiser with SPF in the morning and applying a nourishing moisturiser specific to your individual skin concerns in the evening.
The SPF factor in your daytime moisturiser will shield your skin from harmful and ageing UV rays, whilst the more targeted night-time moisturisers will repair, nourish and help to accelerate skin renewal while you sleep.
Step 7 – Targeted Treatments
These products may be needed as an extra step to calm, hydrate, absorb excess oil or tackle a specific skin concern.
Treatment products may include oil-based serums which are best layered on top of any moisturisers used, face masks or overnight balms.