2020 has come to a close, and that means it’s time to start thinking about your New Year’s resolutions, if you haven’t already. While we totally support making a commitment to eating well and staying active, today we’re giving you some great suggestions for your beauty resolutions. Check out these 6 easy changes you can make to your all natural skin care routine in 2021.
1. Practice Daily Cleansing
Nobody wants to bring dirt into the new year! We challenge you to consistently cleanse your skin every single night. If you already cleanse daily, try to do so without any harmful ingredients.
Washing your face both in the morning before applying makeup, spf or serums as well as before bed is the backbone of any effective skincare routine. If your cleansing habits have been overlooked, make it a resolution to create routine and incorporate a cleanser that compliments your skin and its specific needs. Our Radiance Cleanser is the perfect gentle cleanser to soothe irritation, moisturize and rebalance the skin while washing away impurities.
2. Find the Right Facial Serum for You (and use them daily!)
There are so many serums available that it is hard to choose one, let alone one that works for you! If you feel like you have trouble picking, a good place to start is by accessing your skin type.
- Is your skin tight, dry or itchy? Do you have irritation or redness? If yes, an oil based serum like our Hydrating Facial Serum offers deep hydration and is best applied every night after cleansing and before moisturizer.
- If your skin is generally more oily, a water based serum such as our award winning Vitamin C Serum is perfect. It's great for all skin types and the perfect addition to any morning routine.
3. Stop Over Exfoliating
Exfoliating is a way to remove dead skin cells and dirt build up in pores- but how often should we exfoliate? We recommend exfoliating 2-3 times a week; not everyday. Many exfoliating products contain irritating ingredients such as artificial fragrances and synthetic antioxidants. Both our Radiance Facial Scrub and Anti-Aging Facial Scrub are 100% natural and gently exfoliate using ground Apricot seeds, Hyaluronic acid, organic Argan, Avocado, and Coconut oil to remove impurities while hydrating your skin.
4. Don’t Forget Your Neck
We may have a skincare routine developed for 2021, but our necks often remain forgotten in the shadows. Including your neck is an easy addition to your skincare resolutions- simply add an extra drop of serum or another pea-sized amount of your favourite moisturizer and gently rub into skin using gentle upward motions. A collagen boosting serum and cream like our Anti-Aging Facial Serum or Anti-Aging Facial Cream uses Organic Argan, Jojoba, Camellia, and Grapeseed oils stimulate collagen production and reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles.
5. Prioritize Moisturizers
Regardless of your skin type and unique skin needs, a moisturizer is a very important part of every skincare routine and applying it day and night should be included on your list of new year resolutions. Our 100% natural Radiance Facial Cream which uses Organic Argan oil, Cucumber extract, and Licorice extract combine to hydrate and invigorate the skin without the use of synthetic ingredient based creams.
6. Add Anti-Aging to Your Routine
2020 has aged us all. There’s no better time to rejuvenate your skin and prevent the signs of aging by incorporating our 100% natural Anti-Aging Collection as your skincare routine. We recommend focusing on your eye area as they are the most delicate and are most prone to visible signs of aging. For best results, apply our Anti-Aging Eye Cream morning and evening which contains Echinacea stem cells and Hyaluronic acid to nourish and clarify the skin while Mango seed butter minimizes fine lines and wrinkles and Chamomile oil diminishes puffiness.
As 2021 begins, we want to remind ourselves that our skin is our biggest organ and with these 6 resolutions, that it's easy to be more mindful of what we apply! We hope you use these tips to help, not hinder, your skin care routine.
Which step do you need to incorporate more into your routine this year?