5 tips to help clients get glowing skin in coronavirus lockdown

For many clients, achieving glowy skin in between facial appointments is sometimes easier said than done. Even with a consistent skincare routine and plenty of hydration, it’s easy for clients to feel like their skin isn’t as radiant as it could be, especially in Covid-19 lockdown.  

Help clients achieve and maintain a dewy complexion until they can see you again using make-up and skincare brand Inika Organic’s top tips. 

 

5 ways to help clients maintain radiant skin during Covid-19 lockdown:

1. Make sure they are cleansing correctly

As you know, the first step to achieving glowing skin is to thoroughly remove all make-up and surface debris with a gentle, natural remover like Phytoactive Micellar Rosewater.

Clients should be using a product that hydrates the skin as it cleanses, removing all traces of make-up, SPF, sweat, grime and environmental pollutants. They also need to soak a cotton pad with the remover and gently wipe the face, repeating this process until the pad comes away clean.

They then need to double cleanse using a product like Phytofuse Renew Camellia Oil Cleanser, which is enriched with Rose of Jericho extract to help brighten skin and even out texture.

2. Get them to add in a twice-weekly exfoliation 

Once or twice a week your clients should be removing dead skin cells with a natural exfoliant. For example, Inika Organic’s Phytofuse Renewal Caviar Lime Exfoliator whisks away dead cells and encourages faster cell turnover, leaving skin smooth and radiant. 

Ingredients such as micronised bamboo stem and pumice will deeply purify pores and refine skin texture, while natural fruit AHAs from Australian caviar lime dissolve dead cells in an instant.

3. Add hydration in layers

Hydration is the key to unlocking radiant skin, so getting clients to invest in the right facial moisturiser is key – they need to smooth in a few drops of a powerful facial oil like Phyto-Active Rosehip Oil Blend. Rosehip oil is extremely beneficial for skin as it provides gentle hydration, oil management, brightening of dark spots and reduced healing times. 

Once your client’s facial oil has been absorbed, they should then prep skin for make-up (if they decide to put some on) by massaging in a hydrating primer blended with ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, jojoba oil and kangaroo paw extract. This type of primer (i.e. Certified Organic Pure Perfection Primer) will give an even, hydrated canvas. 

4. Recommend make-up with skin benefits

Build on your base with a dusting of Baked Mineral Illuminisor in a peachy-nude shade, which is ideal for creating a glowing look. Illuminisors should be applied over the high points of the face, including the brow bone, bridge of the nose and apples of the cheeks. 

5. Finish with a simple highlight

Get clients to finish with a liquid highlighter that adds soft shimmer and highlights their best features. Products like Limited Edition Liquid Glow Illuminisor can be dabbed onto the outer edges of the eyes, cupid’s bow, apples of the cheeks and the bridge of the nose for an ethereal glow. 

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Using the highest certified ingredients and strictest processes, Inika Organic products are certified organic, vegan, cruelty-free, halal and 100% non-toxic. 

Send clients this easy 5-minute everyday make-up routine which they can practice at home.