“My complexion definitely took a hit over the winter, the harsh winds and freezing temperatures we’ve suffered over the past few months left my skin looking extremely dull and very dry. I would say dryness is my main skin complaint. I was slathering myself in moisturiser before bed-time but it just didn’t seem to be enough to combat the problem areas. With this in mind, I decided to up my skincare routine and find products that work for me and target those issues.” – Tilly-Jayne
Here at Super Facialist, we are huge advocates of customised regimes which are tailored to suit multiple skin concerns simultaneously. We understand that no two skin types are the same, which is exactly why we have launched a new online tool to help you create the perfect regime for you and your skin.
Whether your complexion is prone to dullness, sensitivity or fine lines are beginning to emerge, people often identify with one of four skin types. Here at Super Facialist HQ, we want to help you understand your skin’s needs, so you can become your very own Super Facialist #BeYourOwnSuperFacialist.
Over the past few weeks, we’ve been reiterating the importance of a thorough cleansing routine. Gone are the days of trusting a makeup wipe and a bar of soap to wash away the day – a thorough cleansing routine is essential to effectively remove makeup, SPF and creams (all formulated to resist moisture).
Thoroughly cleansing skin (both morning and night) is essential to remove daily impurities, dirt and debris, resulting in a fresher complexion. Owning a good cleanser, which is tailored to your specific skin concern/s, is especially crucial for those who suffer with blemish-prone skin, particularly non-inflammatory acne.
An ancient ingredient within the skincare industry; the element ‘Copper’ has been acknowledged for increasing skin’s youthfulness for thousands of years. Now, with Biochemist Dr. Loren Pickart’s findings in-hand, we can identify that this common metal does help to…
Bursting with vitamins, essential fatty acids and antioxidants; Rosehip oil originates from the seeds of three specific roses. Mostly grown and sourced within Chile, the Rosehip seed falls from either the Rosa Aff, Rubiginosa or Mochata; at which stage it can be harvested and transformed (using the cold-press extraction process) into Rosehip oil.