Even with all the Umbra in the world, there's something about summer skin that, after a little while, has you feeling ready for a refresh. Maybe you're a little dry, maybe you've lost your glow, maybe you had a few too many margaritas. In any case, we get it—which is why we formulated DE to keep skin feeling renewed and resurfaced all year long, but especially once Labor Day Weekend's flown past. Here are a few of our favorites that have been getting a little extra action as of late.
Our C-Firma Day Serum fights free radicals and replenishes the skin's lipids to fight fine lines, brighten and even firm the skin with a huge boost of Vitamin C. We also included pumpkin ferment and pomegranate enzymes , which dissolve dull, surface level skin cells and regenerate the skin constantly. We also added sodium hyaluronate crosspolymer for an extra boost of hydration. Think of B-Hydra as a cool glass of water for your parched summer skin. It's also loaded with sodium hyaluronate crosspolymer for slow, steady, all day hydration. It's the perfect boost when you find your regular moisturizer's just not doing the trick.
Our TLC Framboos Glycolic Night Serum is about to be your new best friend come bed time. Apply a layer after cleansing, and before your regular moisturizer and wake up to skin that's been gently refined through dissolving dead surface skin cells and boosting natural collagen production. If you struggle with hyperpigmentation, large pores, acne, fine lines... this one's for you.
Even bigger than a quick fix, though? Is our founder's personal belief that the next big "thing" in beauty is that we'll begin to change the way companies serve their customers—that's all of us—and that that starts with something as seemingly simple as ingredients. We believe in moving toward an era of preventative care, which will stress the importance of a cleaner lifestyle. The realization that excessive toxins, hormones, and unnatural food additives are the main cause of the majority of our health problems has become abundantly clear, and DE was created to reflect that philosophy.