What is CBD ?
CBD is a naturally occurring substance, and unlike its cousin, delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), CBD will not get you high.
More people than ever before are seeking out alternatives to pharmaceuticals with harsh side effects. They want natural support.
How to Utilise CBD in Your Skincare Routine
The best way to achieve healthy looking, blemish-free skin is to maintain a regular skin routine. Unfortunately, glowing skin doesn’t just happen overnight. You have to keep skin hydrated, moisturised, and protected all day long.
Our skin gets exposed to many toxins on a daily basis. Dirt, dust particles, dead skin cells, bacteria, and pollution all build-up on the skin throughout the day, making it more prone to breaking out.
Transform your skin with our CBD skin care beauty range. Our products have been expertly formulated to target those common trouble areas, working with the natural flow of your body to restore balance. Your Skin is your body’s largest organ, so why not take care of it properly
Your ULU Recommended Skincare Routine
All good skincare routines start with cleansing. This helps remove all those impurities we mentioned above so that the skin is thoroughly cleaned before product application. Not only does cleansing help remove impurities but is also helps other products like toners and moisturisers penetrate deeper, delivering more effective end results.
The simplest way to keep your skin clean is to cleanse your face once in the morning and once at night with a cleanser suited to your skin type. You can browse our range to find the best cleanser suited to your skin. Our cleansers are specifically developed to work with your skin, not against it. With the right mixture of compounds and natural ingredients, our cleansers give your skin the boost it needs to stay healthy and happy.
After cleansing, it’s time to tone. Many people don’t really understand toning, but it is one of the most essential parts of any good skincare routine. Toning helps remove the skin of stubborn impurities that have buried themselves deep into the pores, by penetrating deeper than cleansers.
Not only that, but toners help prime the skin so that it can receive the full nourishment it needs from moisturising products. Toning helps balance the skin’s pH levels, restoring your skin to its balanced state so that you look healthy and revitalised all day long.
If you want to fully capitalise on the benefits moisturising offers, you need to ensure that all those harmful impurities are removed from your skin beforehand. Otherwise, you are simply covering those impurities up, preventing the moisturiser from getting into the skin and working properly. Don’t underestimate the power of a quality toner. It is arguably the most important part of your skincare routine. And, with continued use, you will see your skin tone even out, blemishes fade, and breakouts reduce.
The final step in any good skincare routine is moisturising. The best way to combat the effects of ageing and to keep the skin protected throughout the day is to moisturise regularly.
Dry skin often contributes to problems like redness, inflammation, acne, and eczema – all caused by scratching. The purpose of moisturising is to combat that by helping the skin hold more water, creating a protective layer against environmental threats. Did you know that our bodies are 60% water? Without proper hydration, your skin cannot regulate temperature properly or reject impurities. So, moisturising is extremely important!
Our moisturisers help your skin look good on the outside and feel good on the inside. All our products have been formulated specifically to work with the natural flow of your body. Working with you.
How ULU Can Help Different Skin Types ?
Everyone is different and we all have different skin types. Whatever your age, whether you suffer from oily skin, dry skin, redness, breakouts, or sensitivity, ULU can help. Let’s take a look at the different skin types.
Normal skin is basically another way of saying well-balanced skin. That is, skin with minimal breakouts, good blood circulation, quick recovery from scarring or other damage, and no problems with sensitivity.
If you struggle with dry skin, you are not alone. Many people struggle with skin problems that are ultimately caused by dryness. As we age, the body’s ability to stay moisturised and supply water to the deepest layers of skin starts to reduce. This is why maintaining a regular skincare routine is so important.
Oily skin is the result of an overproduction of a substance called sebum. This substance is secreted by the glans in your skin and too much of it can clog pores, leading to breakouts, inflammation, redness, and acne. There are many reasons why some people struggle with overproduction of sebum, from medications and stress, to hormonal changes and genetics.
It is very possible you do not fall into any of the categories above and instead you have a combination of some or all those mentioned. Combination skin types often experience breakouts along the T-zone on the forehead and around the nose or chin, while the sides of the face remain dry.
While this is perfectly natural, it can be uncomfortable and frustrating to deal with. What’s more, it can make finding the right skin care products difficult.