We need to establish healthy habits and daily routines to get the results we desire.
Our skin is a microclimate of ‘good bacteria’ necessary to regulate our skin, fight infection and retain moisture. However, with the increasing use of synthetics, preservatives, parabens and sulphates in traditional skincare, our skin’s natural healing and pH balancing abilities can be dramatically decreased, as good bacteria are stripped, and moisture levels depleted.
Oily skin is a condition that affects many men, women and teenagers, and can occur at any stage of a person’s life. In this skin type, the oil-producing sebaceous glands are overactive and produce more sebum oil than is needed. Some common reasons for this skin type are genetic, hormonal and use of birth control pills, pregnancy, humidity and hot climates, diets lacking in Vitamin B2 and B5 and using the wrong cosmetics.
Simple things that you can do that will make a difference are: eat cleanly and drink 8 glasses of water a day, remove your make-up before bed, change your pillowcase regularly and avoid over stimulating your skin.
With oily skins, less is more, so stripping the skin of all oil with harsh alcohol products will just cause new problems, your skin is fragile, if you take care of it, it will take care of you!
With Manuka honey, Kanuka oil and organic glycerine.
Alternating a cool washcloth with a warm washcloth for up to 10 minutes, naturally stimulates cell repair and reduces inflammation. For an extra treat, add some lemon juice or oil to the water.
Our hero product! Antibacterial and rich in Manuka honey & kiwifruit
Hydrate well – Our Prepare Spray On Brightening Lotion (toner) helps to tone, tighten and even out the skin. If you have dry skin on your arms and legs, then you can use the brightening spray on these areas as well.
Rich in Kanuka honey & organic evening primrose oil
Apply after cleansing and toning. You only need a small amount as it will spread easily and will deliciously soak into your skin.
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