CLE SKINCARE MENU

CLE Skincare Menu
1. Oxygen Foam Cleanser
2. Lifting Mist
3. Serumide
4. Multi Cream
5. Vitamin C Elixir

One : OXYGEN FOAM CLEANSER
self foaming cleanserself foaming cleanser
The first part of every skincare routine is cleansing your skin. By removing all of your makeup and/or any products you had on during the day, you can start fresh; a reset.

Routine is very important for the skin & this ritualistic act is essential to maintaining healthy skin.

Two : LIFTING MIST
facial toner

Second step: a toner. Our facial toner isn’t like any other ordinary toner. Lifting Mist tightens, lifts, & tones the skin.

With an addition of 5 benefits:
1. Restore Your Skin’s pH Balance
2. Lessens acne breakouts
3. Improves the effects of your moisturizer
4. Helps reduce pores
5. Gives your skin a quick boost!

Three : SERUMIDE
ceramide serum

Our third step is our newest addition, Serumide. Our ceramide serum contains 4% ceramide concentrate, which is around double the amount of other ceramide serums and creams. This concentration helps lock in moisture and improve your skin health through regeneration.

Four : MULTI CREAM
vegan moisturizer

vegan moisturizer
After applying the facial toner and ceramide serum, we go in with our rich, multi-functional cream. Multi Cream is great for all skin types; including sensitive skin. It can be applied on your face, hands, and body to hydrate your skin. A little #CLEHACK we like to do is apply a little bit of Multi Cream on our lips to relieve chapped skin.

Five : VITAMIN C ELIXIR
vitamin c serum
The final step: Vitamin C Elixir. This is a treat for your skin as our Vitamin C oil & serum hybrid can help boost your collagen production. It will brighten your complexion and shield your skin from free radicals damaging your skin.

When you decide to use Vitamin C Elixir during the day, remember to apply sunscreen afterwards to prevent photo damage to your skin.

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We hope our skincare collection serves as a reminder to embrace your own unique beauty.

Beauty is skin deep and should not be decided by social construct, but remain in your own eyes.