Are you browsing through our skin care section unsure of which skin care products to use and in which order? We've put together this guide to show you how to create a skin care routine and take the guess work out of purchasing.
Our simple skin care guide covers the basic types of skin care products everyone should use and the order in which to use them every day. This step-by-step skin care routine applies regardless of skin type (oily, dry, normal, or combination).
1. Rosewater Cleanser or Cleansing Oil- It's very important to start your skin care regimen with a good cleanser without harsh chemicals and detergents.
2. Rosemary Toner- Toner’s role in your skin care routine is to remove any traces of cleanser left behind after cleansing, tighten skin, prepare skin for the absorption of moisturizers, reduce the appearance of pores, and help to regulate oil production and secretion. Our toner also helps to normalize your skin's pH level without the use of harsh ingredients or alcohol.
3. Petitgrain Moisturizer - This is one of the most important parts of your skin care routine. Even if you are not seeing any signs of aging, proper hydration and maintenance can help your skin stay youthful looking for longer. Our day and night cream contains oils that are non-comedogenic (meaning they don't clog your pores) and their chemical composition mimics your own skin's natural light sebum (oil), so that you aren't left feeling heavy or greasy.
1. Makeup/dirt cleansing oil (if oil cleansing skip to #3)
2. Rosewater Cleanser
3. Rosemary Toner
4. Repairing Facial Serum
5. Petitgrain Moisturizer
Masks - Facial masks address many different skin problems, such as congestion, redness, acne, or dullness. A facial mask should be used after you remove your make-up and before you cleanse. Use it as a great way to pamper yourself before your evening skin care routine.
Exfoliants - It's a good idea to incorporate a gentle exfoliator into your skin care routine between 1-3 times per week. Exfoliation helps to slough away any build up of dead skin cells, which may make your skin look dull, and can cause break outs. When including an exfoliator in your routine, use it after your cleanser and follow with toner.