Skincare is a big part of our daily lives. No matter your skin tone or age, a good skincare regimen can help your skin stay in good condition. Already a pro at providing for your skin or looking to upgrade your skincare routine? We are here for you.
Everyone has different skin and can appreciate a routine that is specific to their skincare needs! Some products may not be suitable for individuals prone to allergic reactions, and some can increase the skin’s sensitivity to sunlight. It’s smart to research different skin products and their ingredients to find the best one for them.
An effective routine can help prevent acne, diminish the look of wrinkles, and help keep your skin looking its best. Cleanse, apply toner, serum is next, followed by an eye cream and then moisturizer. We all know this often-repeated skincare advice is so rewarding, and all together that famous me-time, and please don’t forget: Sunscreen.
Addressing all our ethnic clients and future clients, after all, this years Black History Month focuses on "Black Health and Wellness”.
One of the biggest myths about darker pigmented skin is that it does not burn, and that people of color do not need to wear sunscreen. This is untrue, and everyone should use adequate sun protection. Sunscreen is a very important part of any skincare routine! And this year's Black History Month focuses on "Black Health and Wellness”.
Pssst, did you know that feedback from our customer told us that our Manuka Honey Cream is quite effective at keeping skin hydrated and soft and it has been said it can help prevent the look of ashy skin. But wait, ashy is just dry skin and all races get dry skin. It is simply more visible on dark skin because of the contrast.
Thanks to the honey in our Manuka Honey Cream, which acts as a humectant, this cream draws and locks in moisture, helping to retain the skin's healthy, youthful appearance. Our Manuka Honey cream is loved by many, no matter age or skin tone. Surely, its subtle fragrance is just the cherry on top.
Take good care of your skin!