What’s Your Skin Type?

Is your skin type oily, dry, combination, mature, acne prone?… It’s enough to give you a migraine.

When trying to find products that will make your skin glow, don’t fear!

Our products work for all types of skin and they do this for one reason – 100% natural ingredients.

Stay with me and i’ll explain what i mean by that.

Have you ever used a lip balm and felt like a few hours after or the next day your lips felt drier than before you started using the lip balm?

Or what about if you wash your hair every 1-3 days and if you leave it unwashed longer than usual it starts to get itchy or you think its ‘dirty’ and it needs a good wash. 

What’s happening is the products that your using are creating these imbalances in your skin and hair. This gives you the appearance of dry or oily skin for example.

Most people use products that contain ingredients that just aren’t good for us.

We hear so many people talk about the products there using and that they think they’re natural. We help them understand the ingredients but after researching them i always find that they’re not.

Most skincare is formulated to have;

A long shelf life #1 

To have an intoxicating aroma #2

and #3 is to give you that instant effect just after applying it to make you look and feel fabulous.

So products that strip your natural oils because of alcohols or other ingredients will leave your skin overproducing oils so you either have oily or combination skin.

Other products that conatin water/aqua(which are in most products) tend to evaporate and can take some of your natural oils with with it.

Lip balms are notorious for using petroleum based products that completely suffocate your lips. This leaves them dry and feeling worse than before so you think you have dry lips.

You see how this happens again and again and there are more examples we can go on with but you get the drift.

Once you start using completely natural products, which are rare these days, you’ll start to see the potential of your skin.

Any of our products will show you how nice your skin/hair can be naturally and are going to suit any type of skin because they are designed for people who want healthy skin, not scientifically created products with synthetic ingredients that pigeon hole your skin into a certain type or category.

These products will work for ANY skin type because their 100% natural and handmade by us.

Moringa Oil – Daily Moisturiser / Serum

Pink Salt Facial Cleanser Daily Cleanser / Makeup Remover

Four Earth Clay Mask Weekly Cleansing and Detoxifying Mask

If you have any skin concerns or question, please feel free to contact us anytime. Its what we love to do and helping somone with their skin is why we created our brand in the first place.

2 replies on “What’s Your Skin Type?

  • Gerry Mackenzie

    Hi Toby & Rosie – 27/4/19

    I have a dry scalp & hair. I have been using shampoos and conditioners which for the most part do not have chemicals. But its the scalp nourishment that I am after. Do you have a product for this or are thinking what it may be or some hints that I can follow? My scalp becomes itchy 2 days after shampooing. Perhaps I use one of your shampoo soaps?
    I do have your hair rinse but its a rinse, so I assume that I need to rinse it out lightly just so there is still some left in the hair. I also apply it instead of a conditioner.
    Look forward to your response.

    • tobyandrosie

      Hey Gerry. Thanks for the question and sorry we’re a little late in answering. We get so much spam it’s hard to see what’s legitimate and what’s worth deleting.
      We’ve got the answer for you for sure so don’t fret anymore. Basically the stuff you’re using, even though it doesn’t have chemicals or says ‘natural’ is not good at all and probably, well not probably, IS causing your dry scalp. What i would suggest is to rid yourself of that stuff and try our shampoo bar.
      Its all you need to wash your hair and you don’t even need a conditioner. It’s great you have the Herbal Hair Rinse cause that was the other product i was going to recommend.
      You don’t need to rinse it out. It works best when you leave it in. So what i recommend is to try to wash your hair less. say 2-3 times a week and then get down to once or twice a week. It gets easier to wash less the longer you leave in between washes and also when your using the right hair care products.
      So for example an ideal routine would be to wash on Sunday(just in time for work-hahaha) then use the herbal hair rinse on Thursday. In the beginning, it will take about 3 weeks for your hair and scalp to adjust to the new routine and to (detox-rebalance) from the other products you’ve been using, but after that, you’ll have the best hair and scalp you’ve ever had.
      You’re washing less, saving money, almost going plastic free and getting the most optimal results for your hair and scalp.
      Also one last tip for your particular problem would be to finish your showers with cold water. If you can during winter, get your whole body in there as it’s great for your hair, skin, immune system and health but if it’s too intense, just run it over your head for 10 seconds. It will make a difference to your hair and scalp, believe me.
      Hope that helps Gerry. Let us know how it’s all going and if you need any moral support along the way. Cheers.


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