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To love your skin is to understand its needs
A great starting point for any skincare journey is to understand what affects your skin type. Age, sun exposure, pollution, and lifestyle play a vital role in your health and the way your skin looks. Take our personalized skincare quiz to get a roadmap to healthy skin.
As time goes by, our skin gets thinner and fine lines begin to appear, along with sun spots. Protecting your skin from the sun every day, applying antioxidant skincare products, and keeping it hydrated is essential for prevention.
Our daily environment majorly affects the way our skin ages. Every day, we're exposed to elements that can cause oxidative damage, leading to wrinkles, loss of firmness, and uneven skin tone. But, there's good news! We can help combat skin aging and daily damage with anti-photoaging ingredients.
Your skin looks and feels its best when your beauty routine is at its best. Each person's skin is different, so understanding your skin is essential: what it needs, how to take care of it, and choosing the most efficient products.
Get to know your skin type
We combine advanced formulas with innovative textures to ensure both an effective and enjoyable experience, the secret to a skincare routine that you look forward to doing! Here’s a routine we highly recommend.
Balanced in both sebum and moisture, its texture is even, soft, and silk-like, and without major concerns.
It produces less sebum than normal skin, so its barrier function is impaired. Sometimes it can peel or feel itchy due to excess dryness.
This is a mixture of different skin types. The central part of the face (forehead, nose, and chin) is oilier and the cheek area is normal to dry.
It has excess sebum. It has a shiny appearance, larger pores, and blemishes such as blackheads and/or acne.
All skin types can be sensitive. This skin type reacts excessively to external and/or internal factors, causing discomfort.