How Much Skin Care Is Too Much..?

Ok, let's get real for a hot minute.

We've all seen it somewhere on socials. The classic beauty influencer showcasing (and using) their entire treasure-trove of aesthetically beautiful skincare - all in one day.

Wait, no.





Cleanser, gel mask, brightening serum, eye serum, hydrating serum, moisturiser, oil serum for pigmentation, oil serum for hydration and then another layer of moisturiser... *my head hurts!*

We're all for a solid layering routine, but we believe it should be done with minimal products that pack the most punch. Products that have well thought out ingredient combinations, high-quality ingredients and of course, products that have minimal - if any, toxins.

As well as this, layering so many products at one time can react on your skin - especially if the products you're using are all from different brands. Some ingredients just don't work well together or they can compete for the same receptor sites on your skin cells (hence a well thought out ingredient list is vital!).

More doesn't mean better results - especially when it comes to your skin.

What does give you better results is simple consistency and high-quality product. And by high-quality product we mean ingredient combinations that are able to penetrate the top few layers of your skin, feed your skin cells and leave no toxic residue hanging around to wreak havoc on your goddess skin!

Keep it SIMPLE - it doesn't need to be over the top. Good quality, healthy and vibrant skin takes time..

1. Cleanser

2. A high quality serum - choose what you're treating that night and use product that will do the job. If you're using a hydrating gel serum, it can also be used for under your eyes.

3. Finish with a moisturiser.

Both Connie and I have the most basic skin routines, and to be honest, what we use is decided by what we feel like that night AND we make it a consistent ritual.

If you feel like you need further guidance on this, please email us to have a chat!

Krystle x

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