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Skin type : Dry

Let's hydrate your skin!

Dry skin needs one thing and one thing only: Moisture! So we need to find ways to provide hydration, and not only that, we need to seal that moisture on the skin, once we do that, our skin will be plump, glowing and vibrant!

Dry Skin

Which products could be the most beneficial to you?

Dry skin needs soothing and healing ingredients, like Rose petals, Chamomile flowers, Calendula and Hibiscus, that will add hydration and moisturize the skin.  

Rose and Chamomile Cleansing Scrub

Rose and Hibiscus Facial Spritz

Rose, Calendula and Chamomile Facial Oil


Dry skin needs to be treated like baby skin, that's why the Rose and Chamomile cleansing scrub is ideal for it! The oats cleanse the skin without stripping it of it's natural oils and the chamomile and roses impart nutrients and vitamins your skin needs.

1. Make a paste with the scrubs and massage on face for 15-20 seconds, then wash off.


This step is crucial if you have dry skin, the hydration before the facial oils could be the trick your skin needs to stay happy and plump. Rose water is a natural p.h. balance, and Hibiscus is a hydration magnet and will help draw moisture in your skin.

2. Spray after using the cleansing scrubs.


And now, all you have to do is apply the facial oils to seal in that moisture you have applied in the previous step! You will also get all the soothing, anti-inflammatory properties of almond oil, roses, calendula and chamomille!

3. Apply a few drops after spraying your face with the Rose and Aloe facial spritz

Learn more about how you can help your skin!

Ingredients to AVOID for dry skin:

Is Wudhu drying out your skin?

Have you ever wondered if taking wudhu a few times a day can affect the health of your skin? 

Read this blog to learn more!

A lot of us can tell when our skin is dry - is tight and it doesn't look fresh- but if your skin is not normally like this, it can be confusing...I mean, how can your skin be dry when your skin type is oily? or normal? 

"Dehydrated and dry skin are not always the same"