OUR ROUTINE

Crafting the perfect skin-care routine for your skin type is a lot like Prince Charming's quest to find Cinderella with just a glass slipper. Read below to find out your skin type and the recommended products.

OILY SKIN

Oily skin types produce a higher-than-average amount of skin sebum, which causes your skin to appear shiny and feel greasy and is often accompanied by other skin concerns such as blackheads and enlarged pores. This is especially noticeable throughout the t-zone area. (forehead, nose and chin) If you have oily skin, you may experience clogged pores. Clogged pores are a contributor to breakouts, thus those with oily skin may be prone to blemishes.

  • Range Cleansing Oil
  • Rove Hydrating Facial Toner
  • Amble Soothing Serum
  • Wander Soothing Face Cream (If Needed)

COMBINATION SKIN

Combination skin can be quite neurotic and unpredictable. You never know what you’re going to get each day. How your skin behaves depends on the ever-changing environment and how your body’s hormones feel like acting.

But the important thing is to always listen to your skin and give it what it needs, even if it means treating various areas of your face in different ways.

As long as you fully understand which areas of your face act up—whether it’s from extreme oiliness or inflamed sensitivity due to dehydration—you can care for your combo skin properly. Keep it balanced to the best of your ability, and your healthy, firm, radiant appearance will pull through.

  • Range Cleansing Oil
  • Rove Hydrating Facial Toner
  • Traipse Repairative Serum
  • Vagrant Firming and Brightening Serum
  • Ramble Combination Face Cream (If Needed)

DRY & SENSITIVE SKIN

Overall,  your skin is more dramatic than a high school theater troupe. Dry skin types is the opposite of oily, because it produces too little oil. It’s typically dull in appearance and may become rough, flaky, itchy, red, irritated or even scaly. It often feels tight or less bouncy and may be prone to visible fine lines and dry patches caused by dehydration. 

  • Range Cleansing Oil
  • Rove Hydrating Facial Toner
  • Amble Soothing Serum
  • Wander Soothing Face Cream (If Needed)

MATURE SKIN

Mature skin is generally a way of saying that skin is showing signs of aging. As you get older, your skin loses its elasticity and becomes thinner. There isn't a set age when your skin suddenly reaches this stage. It all depends on your genetics, lifestyle, skincare, hormones, and diet. Typically, people over the age of 35 begin showing signs of mature skin. As you get older, the metabolism of your cells slows down, and your collagen production decreases. Collagen is what keeps your skin from sagging and gives you that plump, youthful appearance. Nonetheless, no matter your habits, good or bad, everyone ends up with mature skin since there is only so much you can do to avoid aging. Although, prevention is the best way to keep your skin looking younger for longer.

  • Range Cleansing Oil
  • Rove Hydrating Facial Toner
  • Vagrant Firming and Brightening Serum
  • Traipse Repairative Serum (If Needed)
  • Meander Mature Skin Serum (If Needed)