There is a direct correlation between the geographic distribution of UV radiation and the indigenous skin pigmentation around the world.
An individual's skin pigmentation is the result of colour ranges from the darkest brown to the lightest hues which is associated with the different levels of vitamin D on your skin.
Your skin tone determines the right concentration of vitamins, minerals and nutrients in your product.
Normal skin: Good circulation with few imperfections. Not too dry and not too oily and a radiant complexion.
Oily skin: Has overactive sebaceous glands, producing more oil than necessary. You have enlarged pores, blackheads or blemishes.
Dry skin: Has a low level of sebum, your skin can crack, become itchy or irritated with more visible lines.
Combination skin: Your skin can be dry or normal with an oily T-zone (nose, forehead, and chin). Treat each region differently.
Sensitive skin: Many reasons can trigger your sensitivity but often redness, itching or burning it's in response to particular skin care products.
The touch and feel qualities of each skincare formulation inspire and trigger benefits instantaneously.
Butter: A semi-solid, grease-free texture with a luxurious feel. Best for dry and normal skin types.
Cream: A velvety, creamy texture. Best suited to dry or normal complexions.
Balm: A lighter consistency than cream. Best suited to oily or combination skin types.
Gel: Quick drying consistency glides effortlessly onto the skin. Utterly perfect for oily or normal skin types.
Smell may affect emotion, behavior, memory, and thought. Your ability to smell comes from specialized sensory cells, called olfactory sensory neurons. The scent of your skincare is linked to our research on sensory evaluation based on several classes of natural agents that exist to support you on the emotional level.