• Skin Guru

What's Your Morning Skin Routine?



If you wake up, wash you face and go, it's time to SLOW down.

Good, proper skincare is a gentle & thoughtful ritual to be undertaken daily. There are steps to this! Follow this basic step-by-step guide for greater skin. Because everyone's skin is different, adjust the routine as necessary for your individual needs.

  1. Cleanse. Pretty simple. Our skin works overtime while we're getting our beauty rest at night. Clean off the sebum and bacteria you've accumulated with a pH-balanced and sulfate-free cleanser. Preferably one that's gentle and won't dry your skin out. Shop Now.

  2. Tone. Toners help balance your skin and provide a light, chemical exfoliation. Chemical exfoliation is better than mechanical scrubs, which can be harsh and abrasive. Exfoliation is key to cellular renewal for healthy, breakout-free skin. Shop Now.

  3. Moisturize. Keep your skin dewy and supple by using a light, daily moisturizer. Look for one that is full of vitamins (especially C & E) and anti-oxidants. The vitamins help your skin be the best it can be. Shop Now.

  4. Screen. Often skipped, this step is arguably the most important! Even on cloudy days, UV rays penetrate clouds, car windows, and even the windows in your house or workplace. UV damage is NOT something you want to deal with, whether the consequences are melanoma or just wrinkles & sun spots. Choose a mineral-based sunscreen that is oxybenzone-free and contains anti-oxidants, which provide an extra boost of sun protection. Shop Now.


Clean:

Gentle Foaming Facial Cleanser

$25



Clear:

Toner & Spot-Treatment

$25



Hydrate:

Anytime Facial Moisturizer

$25



Screen:

SPF 30 UVA & UVB Sunscreen

$28


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