How can I get healthy, balanced skin? And what if it all came down to gentle daily gestures, a minimalist routine and truly adapted skin care? Let's review the basics together! Double cleaning Every evening, massage your dry skin with a vegetable oil, using a light circular massage. This removes impurities, pollution and make-up while promoting skin microcirculation. Rinse your face with clean water and then cleanse your skin with a homemade superfatted soap or a non-drying cleanser. This double cleansing helps the skin to regain its balance, prevents the appearance of small imperfections and protects the skin during cleansing to prevent it from drying out. It is truly the basis of a good skin care routine! The most common vegetable oils for make-up removal: jojoba, apricot, sweet almond oils Hydrosol In the evening, after double-cleansing, apply a hydrosol adapted to your skin type using a spray or cotton wipe. The hydrosols tone the skin and constitute a first treatment that can be purifying, soothing, balancing, anti-redness... depending on the hydrosol chosen. In the morning, simply clean your skin with a wipe soaked in hydrosol, no need for more complicated cleaning. To find the most suitable hydrosol for your skin type, visit this article. The essential hydrosols that are suitable for all skin types: fine lavender, Damask rose, Roman chamomile hydrosols Vegetable oil Its affinity with the skin makes it ideal for preventing dehydration, providing good fatty acids, vitamins and antioxidants to the epidermis, thus preserving the skin's youthfulness. Vegetable oils can be used pure or with a few drops of essential oils for an even more active treatment. To find out which plant oil is suitable for your skin type, go to this file. Our essential organic care oils: jojoba, hazelnut, raspberry, rosehip, argan, sweet almond, and for complete care with essential oils, regenerating fluid and clean skin fluid. Exfoliation Once a week, a very gentle exfoliation is performed to refine the skin texture, bring radiance to the complexion and rid the skin of dead cells. It's best to use skin-friendly, biodegradable plant-based exfoliants! Very gentle plant exfoliants: almond kernel powder, apricot kernel powder The all-rounder: organic aloe vera gel Moisturising, soothing, regenerating and healing, organic aloe vera gel can be used pure, as a serum, in a thick layer to make a very moisturising mask, as an eye contour or mixed in the palm of your hand with your vegetable oil for a "slow" minute cream. It is the natural solution to provide good hydration to the skin. Read our full article on the uses of organic aloe vera gel here.