Got dry patches, or flaky, itchy skin? Dryness occurs when skin does not have enough moisture in it. This may be your skin type, or it could be caused by external aggressors that strip the skin of its natural oils.
Can you see uneven texture or does your skin feel coarse to touch? Rough skin is caused by dryness or a buildup of dead skin cells. You need a double-action formula to exfoliate and hydrate.
Tired of your lack of radiance or uneven skin tone? You have a build up of dead skin cells on the surface of your skin and your skin cell turnover cycle - shedding dead cells to make way for your new cells – needs a kick start.
Itchy skin is an uncomfortable, irritating sensation that makes you want to scratch. Itchy skin can be caused by numerous triggers, including stress, dry skin, dehydrated skin or skin concerns such as eczema & psoriasis.
Triggered by a build-up of Keratin, this causes dry, rough patches of skin along with ‘goosebump like’ pimples to appear on the face, legs and upper arms. Those with pre-existing skin conditions such as eczema are more prone to developing KP and it can be genetic. It is usually worse during the winter months.
An ingrown hair is a common skin concern that occurs when a shaved, tweezed or waxed hair grows back on itself and into the skin. Everyone is prone to developing ingrown hairs, but you have a higher chance of getting them if you shave and if your hair is coarse and curly.
Dry, Itchy, Flaky Scalp
Scalp concerns occur when it lacks moisture and the skin becomes irritated and flakes off. A dry scalp can be triggered by multiple factors, including cold, dry air, ageing, contact dermatitis and reaction to styling and products.
Notice that your skin constantly looks shiny or feels greasy even after recently cleansing? You may have an oily skin type, caused by an overproduction of natural oils (sebum) by your sebaceous glands. You need a gentle, non-irritating cleansing routine to combat this.
Blemishes (Face & Body)
Finding a way to treat blemished skin can feel overwhelming due to the multitude of causes and solutions. A multi-action approach is needed to combat the main culprits of blemish prone skin, such as blocked pores, excess sebum and bacterial multiplication.