Ever since I can remember, in the Winter months my hands would dry out to the point they would flake, crack and then bleed. My "solution" at the time was to wear a heaping amount of lotion and gloves to bed. Which never really helped.
I started researching and testing out different methods--long story short, I ended up creating a product that helped treat eczema on my hands.
From my research and testing, I realized that the barrier of dead skin cells was blocking any kind of moisturizer from absorbing into my skin.
After a lot of trial and error, I developed a product that helped my skin become soft, smooth, and moisturized. Incredibly, it held up through hand washing without washing off like a lot of lotions typically do.
The sugar in the moisturizing exfoliators gently sweeps away dull, dead skin cells and moisturizes with just the right amount of organic cold-pressed coconut oil leaving the skin incredibly smooth and soft.
Step one: Best used with water, you can wash your face, remove makeup, and waterproof mascara, and once the sugar melts down you can even shave with it. Goodbye, dry, itchy irritated skin from shaving, and hello silky, smooth skin.
Step two: Follow up with an alcohol-free witch hazel to tone and tighten pores. You can find these at Target, Whole Foods Market, and even your local health food store.
Step three: Seal in all the goodness (because my skin, like I said is super dry, and eczema on my hands) I use a pea size creme to lock in moisture for up to 24 hours.
The Face & Body cremes have been the perfect tool to help keep my skin from losing moisture, especially during the Fall and Winter months. This step I follow this twice daily, once in the morning and again right before going to bed.
Perfect suited for sensitive skin types and can be layered all together on the face without clogging the pores.
That's it--easy right? That is my entire skincare routine, which I now swear by and I'm sure you will too once you see the results on your own skin.
Customers have said their Dermatologists raved about the results and approved of the use on their faces, even those with Rosacea.
Photo credit: Juniper Tree Photography and Cast + Forge Photography