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Not sure which moisturizer is right for your skin type?

Not sure which moisturizer is right for your skin type?

Worry not, we've got you covered! 
Here's the skinny on our 'Partners in Cream'.  

Take this quiz to determine the right moisturizer for your skin! 

 What's your main skin concern? 

A. I always have to deal with redness and flaking 
B. My skin always looks dry 
C. Breakouts!
D. My skin gets irritated really easily 

How would you describe your skin? 

A. It's always dry and flakey 
B. I'm starting to develop fine lines and wrinkles 
C. Oily and acne prone 
D. Scented products make me break out 

How do you want your moisturizer to feel like? 

A. Luxurious and rich 
B. Smooth and comforting 
C. Non-greasy and soothing 
D. Lightweight and refreshing 

If the answer to these questions was mostly the letter A, then you might want to use a cream that helps you manage red, dry, irritated skin. 

The Putty is a great moisturizer for those who are prone to redness and skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis. Anti-inflammatories like colloidal oatmeal, turmeric and sea buckthorn work to soothe the skin and calming down redness. 

If the answer to these questions was mostly the letter B, then you might want to use a cream that helps you hydrate and restore your skin. 

Our Berry Rich works double duty as a facial moisturizer and an eye cream and packs a powerful antioxidant punch with blueberries and blue spirulina. It is also a great cream for those with dry or mature skin. Our special vegan probiotic blend, will help balance and bring your skin back to life. 

If the answer to these questions was mostly the letter C, then you might want to use a cream that helps you balance oil production. 

If your complexion is getting congested and your sebum production is out of whack, try the Phyto Clear. This moisturizer is packed with herbs which helps moderate excess oil production. It contains two plant-based retinols: bakuchiol and moth bean to brighten and clarify skin along with some of your favourite herbs. 

If the answer to these questions was mostly the letter D then a scent free moisturizer is a must.

Our Super Sensitive Skin Stuff is super helpful if you have reactive skin. This water-based moisturizer contains no fragrance to prevent irritation for those with sensitive skin. Maple Sap Water helps deliver mineral-rich nutrients and nourish the skin while actives like black currant and pomegranate seamlessly soothe, calm and hydrate.  Ceramides help strengthen the skin barrier and add moisture back into the skin. 

Fyi -> These fabulous creams can be mixed together for added benefits to restore your skin's natural glow. 

If you are still unsure about which moisturizer is right for you, set up a 1-on-1 skincare consultation with me! 


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