Skin Type vs. Skin Condition

 It is our mission to consistently promote healthy skin. And in doing so, we want to share with your some great tips to help you maintain and or achieve healthy skin.

Some may wonder, "what is healthy skin?" Well, lets clear that up right away. Healthy Skin, is skin that has a balance of hydration. Healthy skin is smooth, with no breaks in the surface. It is warm (not hot or red) and is neither dry and flaky nor moist and wrikled.

Before you decide which skin care products you should be using, you first need to know your skin type. If you are not sure, take our test by clicking here.

Whatever your skin type, a great skin care practice consists of a cleanser, toner and moisturizer for your skin type. Be it Oily, Normal or Dry, skin care practices should be the same. However, if you have a condition you will need to add specialty or supplemental products to your routine. A condition could be acne, rosea, hyperpigmentation or aging. So a person with oily skin, would use a cleanser, toner and moisturizer for oily skin. However, they may need to add acne products as a supplement. Check out our recommendations for various skin types vs skin conditions:

SKIN TYPES

Normal Skin: Emulsifying cleanser, botanical toner, active daily hydrator

Oily Skin: Glycolic cleanser, glycolic toner, purifying toner, SPF 30 sheer moisturizer

Dry Skin: Emulsifying cleanser, hydrating toner, retinol renewal creme

SKIN CONDITIONS

Acne: Emergency Blemish Therapy, Vitamin B Serum, Glycolic Serum

Hyperpigmentation: Pigment Balancing Complex, Vitamin C Serum, Vitamin B Serum, BHA / Enzyme Micropolish, Alpha Lipid Perfecting Creme,

Rosea: Jojoba Facial Polish, Sensi Calm Toner, Sensi Calm Wash

Aging: Peptide Line Smoothing, Vitamin B Serum, Eye Creme, Eye Gel, Glycolic Serum, Alpha Lipid Perfecting Creme,

Sensitive: Intensive Calming Serum, Vitamin B  Serum, Jojoba Facial Polish, Sensi Calm Toner, Sensi Calm Wash

Now that you've seen our variation of products to be used for skin types vs. skin condition, it should be a little easier to understand how to choose your skin care products. However, I do urge you to consult with one of your trained Beauty Ambassadors before making your first purchase.

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