The Best Skin Care Products for Your Skin

Updated 11/10/2020

A hot topic many of our client’s lips, is what are the best skin care products to use?

Well, skincare doesn’t need to be complicated to work wonders. It just needs to be thoughtful

Our professional advice is always the same, in order to keep your skin healthy, you should implement a good daily beauty routine.

So join us, as we help you decode your routine:

The best skincare products

A no-nonsense cleanser

When you are looking for a cleanser simple is best.

Cleansers help to keep your skin free from impurities, if you’re not regularly cleansing your skin, dirt can clog your pores, which can lead to congestion and breakout.

Be sure not to use stripping cleansers loaded with surfactants on your skin; astringent cleansers, can damage your skin’s barrier function., knocking your skin off-balance, which can lead to inflammation and dryness, and your skin becomes dehydrated, as it is less likely to be able to retain moisture.

The best cleansers are gentle and natural; they leave your skin comfortable and supple without clogging pores, our miracle cleanse, is gentle and effective – cleansing as it protects and will help to restore your barrier function.

Wash, rinse, repeat— even just once a day is enough – f further information about cleansers, you may find our article on how to wash your face useful.


There are a number of toners available on the market:

Oily Skin Types

If you suffer from oily skin, then a toner may be your new best friend; they are the best skincare products, for helping to break down the build-up of sebum (oil) on the surface of your skin.

These products are usually marketed as astringents, for their pore minimising and skin-clearing effects, astringent toners can be strong, so just be mindful of what you are using on your skin, otherwise, they may be too stripping and longterm use can cause underlying sensitivity and inflammation,

Normal to dry skin
A toner for normal or dry skin will often contain emollients and hydrating compounds like humectants, which are calming, soothing, and will bring additional moisture to your skin. Giving your skin a boost

Something to exfoliate with

But only sometimes, don’t get carried away with the skin brightening results, a gentle lactic acid solution on the skin can be enough.

Over-exfoliation is a real and serious problem, now we hear you, it’s just so damn tempting to scrub and scrub, but go gently with your exfoliation and use sparingly, especially if you have sensitive skin.

Customised with a targeted serum

This part of your regime is not to be overlooked. think of this step in your routine as taking a supplement for an extra efficacy boost to your skincare.

Take a moment and think about what your skin really needs.— For hydration, try for a hyaluronic acid like H20 hydrating complex.

For acne reduction and prevention, or try Resq anti-blemish complex for acne and breakouts. We could go on, but we promised this would be streamlined.

Don’t forget your sun protection

Every day. Forever, it is non-negotiable. See this as the last step of your skincare routine always. Protecting your skin against the ever-present danger of the sun that can cause real damage to your skin and premature ageing is super important.

Moisturse, moisturise, moisturise

To complete your skincare routine, we recommend moisturising as a really important step, so much so we dedicated a whole article to it, which you can read about here.

8 thoughts on “The Best Skin Care Products for Your Skin

  1. Lynne Donaldson says:

    I am having a hard time understanding your website. I am looking for a toner for dry skin and although you talk about them I don’t see a product. Please help.

  2. Pareen says:

    I want some recommendations for skincare post has tobeverycareful as to what you put on after microneedling as there is immediate inflammation & sensitivity. At the same time the product absorption is 87% better . How can I balance & best of both worlds please advice.

  3. Terrie says:

    Please help me better understand something.
    When purchasing skincare products such as toners, hydrators/moisturizers and serums, these are typically classified by ‘skin type’. I do not have oily, or dry skin, according to all descriptions I have read for determining such. However, I have hormonal acne, (not extremely severe, yet still very troublesome). Breakouts are usually the result of excessive facial hair growth. Laser hair removal somewhat helped in the past, until I was burned by a treatment from my dermatologist. Current treatments consists of aldactone, vaniqua cream and 1% Clindamycin Phosphate topical solution. With all of this in mind, should I look to follow product regimens for acne prone skin (which is usually described as also treating oily skin, or regimens for dry skin?
    PLEASE advise. Thank you so much. (female)

    • Verified Author Samantha Miller replied:

      Hi Terry really sorry to hear about your problem, In reference to skin types, there are 4 categories but its just not as simple as that because there are so many conditions going on and yours is most certainly hormonal. My formulas work at a cellular level to restore skin back to it natural health..I have a product that can help and would be happy to provide this for you. However Terry you need to be really careful with your skin, because you can do irreversable damage if you over treat it which could also lead to scarring.

  4. Alma says:

    Hi, I’m making H.A. serum, with HA, Matrixil 3000 and Pepha Tight… Can I add Glycerin 6%??? thank you in advance…and sorry my english

    • Verified Author Samantha Miller replied:

      Hi Alma
      For a serum it would be great to add a little humectant if you have dry skin, but 6 % may be to high! it may make your serum to tacky, so look at adding around 2%. Another lovely ingredient to add to your serum is squalane, it has so many benefits on the skin. You could also add it to a facial oil with some CO2 rose hip seed oil if you wanted to make a light night oil x

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