If your skin is typically oily, moisturizer can be a scary concept. It may even be a step you forget or downright ignore in your bid for matte skin. This tactic, however, might actually lead to more oil production as your skin takes moisturizing into its own hands (so to speak).
Adding a dose of hydration can help bring balance to your face by putting the right kind of oils into the skin. Lavender and neroli essential oils, for example, work with your complexion and help restore its balance, leaving it ready to battle problem areas more effectively while remaining bright and beautiful. So banish fears to the back of your brain and come and meet our balancing moisturizers.
Solid serum for restorative calm
Smooth on some Full of Grace before your liquid moisturizer (or a fresh face mask) to get the most from the fresh ingredients. Tropical butters and almond oil carry essential oils deeper into the skin, treating cells which haven’t yet come to the surface. Its blend of antioxidant-rich Portobello mushrooms and beautifying rose absolute help restore calm and harmony to your complexion.
Light lavender cream for balance and brightness
When the idea of moisturizer is really quite stressful, reach for the light and airy Vanishing Cream. Lavender and rose oils absorb quickly into the skin, leaving a beautifully soft canvas for the day ahead, while neroli oil gives skin a boost, so it appears bright and healthy.
Zingy citrus lotion for a glorious glow
With each pot containing an entire lemon, Enzymion delivers a fruity kapow to skin that’s down in the dumps. While the lemon’s enzymes remove dead skin cells and brighten your complexion, freshly juiced papaya and avocado nourish and restore your skin to glory.
Nutrient-packed moisturizer for luxurious softness
A beautiful blend of luxurious ingredients, such as neroli oil to soothe unhappy skin, evening primrose oil to nourish, and fresh pineapple to brighten. Light and softening, Gorgeous is an incredibly nutritious cream that’s beautiful to apply and simply too stunning to only use as a treat.