Skincare for sensitive skin

What to use for sensitive skin?  

This is a question I am being asked every week. People with a reactive skin benefit greatly by using products which are the simplest.  Those skincare products always have an extremely short list of ingredients.  The ingredients are pure, natural, ideally grown closest to you and ideally are certified organic. A step further?  The ingredients are certified Demeter bio-dynamic, the older and strictest certification sitting a nudge above organic as it is known in the growing community.

Now back to sensitive skin.  If your skin is reactive and unsettle, step back, nurture your skin in a super gentle way and keep it simple.  

This will assist in nurturing, repairing and protecting your skin and bring it back to a calm and glowing state.

Here is a simple routine to adopt for one week:  wash your skin with warm water and apply a simple and light product.  Do this for a week and observe the results.  This is like doing a fast for your skin.

Our simplest product is the Calendula Oil.  It is absorbed quickly, is calming and soothing for any irritated, red skin. Try it and see for yourself the results.

If the skin is more damaged then use the Calendula oil or Calendula and Comfrey Ointment.

Enjoy a glowing complexion.



What is the best skincare for sensitive skin?

People with sensitive skin can react to different ingredients. Some general rules for sensitive skin are:

* Choose natural skincare free of synthetic preservative, artificial fragrances, and petroleum ingredients.

* Select skincare with fresh, natural ingredients

* Favour products with little or no essential oil

* Use skincare with a simple and short list of ingredients

* If possible, use skincare that are certified organic

Do your skincare products contain a lot of essential oil?

We use the lowest level of essential oil allowed particularly for the facial products. We focus on making and offering first botanical product with some essential oil yet, this latter element is not our main focus.