The face oil versus face cream debate is as old as the hills but when you’re seeking complexion perfection, you can be forgiven for feeling a wee bit confused. Let’s dive in and shed some light on the benefits of each. We’ll get you well on your way to deciding which one is right for your skin.
Have you got a stash of Happy products? Have you diligently been following the instructions on the labels, to make sure you get the absolute most out of them?Well, today we’re giving you a license to stray away from the rules. Get creative. Go a bit wild.
The thing is, we don’t believe in a one-size-fits-all serum. A serum is where you get a chance to deliver an absolute bucket load of active and beneficial ingredients to your skin. Since your skin is unique, you need a serum that helps your unique skin concerns.
When it comes to skincare, knowing your skin type is just about as important as knowing your name. You won’t get very far without it! Using products for the wrong skin type could mean even the very best ingredients mother nature has created could cause dryness, oiliness, breakouts or even irritation. Ugh. No thanks.
Your body does some gosh darn amazing things each and every day. It’s a (mostly) finely tuned system that keeps you going and protects you from harm (we hope). One of the amazing things it does is making new skin cells. And it makes a LOT of skin cells.
To this day a jam sandwich still tastes better when Mum makes it. That’s because it was made with care and love. Contract manufacturers are are experts and know what they are doing but they are doing it for too many customers. They lose the soul.
A way to make your skin happy and healthy with one simple routine that doesn’t involve more than 10,000 products?! Impossible, surely! Nope... possible! Best of all you can get it done in the TV ad breaks. Whether you have dry, sensitive, oily or blemish-prone skin – there is a three step routine for you.
Achieving healthy, post-summer skin can be quite the face-off (pun intended). The sun is a force to be reckoned with, and a battle your skin rarely wins. Even if you practice being sun safe on the regular, your skin may look and feel worse for wear coming into the cooler months.