February 04, 2020
The Clémence Organics skincare range is super adaptable and should be made to suit your skin, your climate and your age. Here are our top tips to make it work best for you.
1. You don’t always need to cleanse morning and night.
Excessively washing the skin can add to skin problems and so it’s best to limit to once a day where possible.
Choose the time of day that suits you best – morning might be your thing if you get out and exercise, evening might be your time if you wear make-up.
2. When you’re not cleansing, you can simply splash your face with cool or warm water.
Follow this with a spritz of either of our toners. If you have both Clémence Organics toners we recommend the Ultimate Biome Spritz in the morning to protect against the day and the Tone + Hydrate Spritz for nourishing your skin in the evenings.
3. Don’t over nourish.
So if your skin isn’t dry or its 40 degrees outside, don’t apply more than 1 product.
You might like to switch them around and use them alternative days or use 1 morning and the other of an evening.
4. Our products are potent – less is most definitely more.
You might think that slathering your skin in our beauties is best but don’t overdo it.
We don’t use water or other fillers to ‘pad’ our products so you really just need a little at a time.
Have any skincare queries? We’re here to help! Please email us firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you ASAP.
December 09, 2021
The skin on our bodies is often neglected as we tend to focus on our face and figure our bodies will just look after themselves. Big mistake!
Because our skin is our largest organ and most of what we put on it gets absorbed, choosing high-quality products for the body is so very important. They need to be 100% natural and as organic as possible, to avoid causing skin reactions, disrupting our hormones, and not adding to the toxin burden on our liver.
There are also some simple things you can do to look after your body that will reduce dryness, stop eczema from flaring up and keep it glowing.