Slowly but surely the temperatures are rising and we’re gearing up to slip into our favourite bathing costumes and jet off to the nearest summer vacay destination to soak in the fresh warm breeze and feel the tingling sun rays on our skin.

Slowly but surely the temperatures are rising and we’re gearing up to slip into our favorite bathing costumes and jet off to the nearest summer vacay destination to soak in the fresh warm breeze and feel the tingling sun rays on our skin. But, after a seemingly neverending winter, there are a few details to attend to before showing off our bare skin. We have a few tips up our sleeve to get you ready for summer.

Bye-bye dry skin Dry patches on the elbows and knees are a thing of the past with our range of body oils and body mousse. It’s worth moisturizing these areas after (sun)bathing to prevent dryness from occurring.
Our insider tip: The body oil (or facial oil) can double as a hair care product for dry ends. Seawater and/or chlorine found in swimming pools are namely well known for their hair damaging effects.

Exfoliate for an even-looking tan

Our collection of Superfood Peeling Masks is effective at getting rid of dead skin cells to reveal skin that is fresher-looking, smoother and more supple. This, in turn, extends the life of your tan.

Calming Chamomile Toning Moisturiser! Why? Because this skincare essential is a true savior in so many ways. Use as an after-sun spray to soothe the skin. A few spray pumps on the face and body first thing in the morning adds welcomed freshness and unsightly little red bumps that appear on freshly shaven skin are stopped in their tracks. During summer we recommend the use of a light face oil such as our Beauty Oil for Young & Combination Skin or the Liquid Gold Beauty Oil.

With all these tricks and tips up your sleeve, we’d say you’re ready to take on summer and all the joys that come along with it!

While the term isn’t regulated at all, not all products with the word “natural” on their labels are frauds. Your best bet is to study the ingredients. Remember that ingredients are listed from highest percentage to lowest, so aim to pick a product where synthetic ingredients are mainly at the bottom of the list, if included at all.