Combination Skin is often an urban city's skin condition, and this happens because we are not feeding our skin with enough nutrients that it requires. We could also have been over cleansing our skin too much and perhaps spending prolong hours in an Air-conditional environment. When this happens, our skin reacts by releasing excess oil sebum along the T-zone are throughout the day to compensate for the possible loss of moisture. Pigmentation is also more prone to the drier skin surface.
Habits like over cleansing your skin with a very harsh facial cleanser could damage our natural skin barrier and weaken its ability to protect our skin cells. Regular cleanser usually contains foaming/ cleaning agent even if it comes in cream, milk, or water form.
The lifestyle-related problem could be caused by over-exposure to air-conditional weather conditions or the preference of water-based skin care products, which results in less nourishing skin.
A common cause for pigmentation could be the excess melanin production in our skin cells. The reason is usually sun damage, pregnancy, hormonal disruption, skin injury or scarring, etc.
The best way to improve from combination skin with pigmentations is to use a more nourishing skin care routine. The problem with most skincare products made for combination skin is usually very lightweight as well as containing material such as cream, lotion, or gel. These ingredients block pores and have little benefits to our skin. We suggest that you avoid water-based because the primary water content evaporates quickly on our skin. This also left with no room for nourishing ingredients and of cause to top it up with a broad spectrum sunscreen at the end of the morning routine.
Our body naturally has the ability to store water and absorb moisture from our environment, primarily when it is functioning well.
The goal is to ensure a very healthy skin foundation by using skincare filled with skin-benefiting superfood. This helps to strengthen our skin ability to store water, renew skin cells, and promote healing.
Step 1- Magic Wipe Cleansing Oil
This is both a make-up remover and end of the day cleanser.
Avoid using a harsh cleanser that is filled with cleansing/foaming agent. Instead, use an all botanical cleansing oil that helps to melt all make-up, sunscreen and dirt performing deep pore cleansing and removing of make-up without destroying our natural skin barrier.
Step 2- Rosy Mist
An alternative to toner and daily skin refresher. This is an all botanical toner made without alcohol or fragrance, which is very common in conventional products and will disrupt our skin protection. Rosy Mist helps to tone and hydrate skin.
Step 3- Juicier Luxury Face Oil
Face Oil can be used as a serum and moisturizer. Made of 11 organic certified skin superfood, Juicier can help to pack skin with multiple vitamins, anti-oxidants, and omegas to help build stronger skin health. The texture is very lightweight yet able to protect our skin throughout the day. Each of the supplements gets absorbed into the skin cells at a different rate to help protect skin throughout.
Last Steps for Night Routine- Fade-Out Brown Spots Treatment Oil
Fade-Out helps to break pigmentation down to smaller pieces so that it gets easier to carry along with dead skin cells as we shed daily. Use this as the last step during the night routine and massage it over the affected area.