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Problematic Skin

"Problematic skin" is a term used to describe skin that experiences frequent or persistent issues such as acne, blemishes, redness, sensitivity, dryness, oiliness, or other conditions that can affect its appearance or health. It's a broad term that encompasses various skin concerns and conditions.

Some common examples of problematic skin include:

-Acne-prone skin: Skin that is prone to developing acne due to factors such as excess oil production, clogged pores, inflammation, and bacterial overgrowth.

-Oily skin: Skin that produces excess sebum, leading to a shiny or greasy appearance and potentially clogged pores.

-Dry Acne skin: Dry acne, also known as acne excoriée or acne cosmetica, occurs when acne lesions are present on dry or dehydrated skin. This condition can be particularly challenging because traditional acne treatments, which often involve products designed to reduce oiliness and prevent clogged pores, can exacerbate dryness and irritation.

-Combination skin: Skin that exhibits characteristics of both oily and dry skin, with different areas of the face experiencing different concerns.


Addressing problematic skin often involves a combination of skincare practices, lifestyle modifications, and, in some cases, medical treatments prescribed by a dermatologist. Tailoring your skincare routine to your specific skin concerns and using products formulated for your skin type can help manage and improve the appearance and health of problematic skin. Additionally, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, managing stress, and protecting your skin from environmental damage can also contribute to better skin health.
Problematic Skin


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Are the bottles recyclable

Unfortunately not, there is a tiny coil in the pump that is not recyclable, if the pump can be removed, the lid and bottle are 100% recyclable.

What products are recommended when on Roaccutane?

Roaccutane reduces the amount of the oily substance (i.e. sebum) made by glands in your skin.

When you are using Roaccutane your skin will feel extremely dry and its important to nourish and protect your skin.

I would recommend the below products:

-Botanical cream cleanser

-Hyaluronic acid

-Ageless Peptides

-Rejuvenation cream

-BB + SPF 30

-Healing balm

-Barrier spritz

Is Brite + SPF 15 hydrating?

Our Brite +SPF15 day cream contains sodium hyaluronate (hyaluronic acid), algin and Chondrus Crispus Extract (red algae) for hydration.

The Brite + SPF15 day cream whitening ingredient target all hyperpigmentation including melasma.

Can I use BB + SPF30 as a moisturizer?

Yes, BB + SPF30 Contains active ingredients for moisture and anti ageing so it is sufficient as a stand alone moisturizer.

What order do I apply serums?

Cleanse then pat dry skin. Apply serums in order below:   

1)Vit A night or Vit C morning

2) Vit B

3) Ageless Peptide

4) Hyaluronic acid

5) Snake venom

6)Nourishing facial oil with self massage.

How do I use my nourishing oil?

The nourishing facial oil is best used at night with a massage, after serums.

What products should I use for Rosacea?

-Botanical cream cleanser or radiance cleanser as its only 2% lactic

-No Vitamin A

-Vitamin C she could slowly introduce 1-2 times per week to ensure there is
no reaction.

-Vitamin B 8% (contains hyaluronic acid but less than pure hyaluronic acid)

-Hyaluronic acid (only needed if extremely dry)

-Botanical cream or corrector (Niacinamide is vitamin B3 will be too much
with Vitamin B serum)

-Lux Night cream to assist with ageing, as it contains the collagen

-eye lift cream.

Any of the professional products would be irritating on anyone with rosacea, and any exfoliating products also.