Limited Edition: Cleansing Balm with Organic Camellia Oil

Limited Edition: Cleansing Balm with Organic Camellia Oil

By edit
Face care
Stage of skin ageing
Body and hair care
By concern
Skin diagnostic
Library
All Topics
Which cream(s) should be used against a dull complexion?

Which cream(s) should be used against a dull complexion?

No matter your skin type, your complexion can lose its radiance. This is recognised by its greyish colour. Due to the lack of radiance, the face tends to appear aged or tired. However, there are treatments available to address dull skin and restore its glow.

What is dull skin, lacking in radiance?

A dull complexion is recognised by its lack of uniformity: the skin appears dull, blurred, almost a bit grey and tends to age the face. From lack of sleep to skin ageing, through stress, pollution, smoking, hormonal imbalance or poor toxin elimination: the factors for a grey complexion are numerous. It only takes a little for your skin to become less clear, for its texture to become irregular and for it to reflect light less well. Indeed, the accumulation of dead cells and impurities causes the deterioration of the skin's quality. Consequently, the complexion presents irregularities and becomes less homogeneous.

How to regain a radiant complexion?

To regain a radiant complexion, incorporate a care product enriched with antioxidants into your daily beauty routine. Indeed, antioxidants are free radical destroyers, wrinkle fillers, pigment spot faders and radiance boosters, offering genuine benefits for your face by preventing premature skin ageing and combating cellular oxidation. This will help the epidermis to effectively defend itself against external aggressions, preserving the youthfulness and beauty of your skin for longer.

At Typology, we have formulated a vitamin C moisturising cream to combat free radicals that are responsible for premature skin ageing and dull complexion. This cream contains the following active ingredients:

  • Vitamin C: It possesses an antioxidant power that neutralises free radicals originating from pollution, smoking, or UV exposure, as well as excess melanin, which is responsible for the appearance of dark spots that darken the complexion. It also accelerates cellular renewal, which restores radiance to the skin and uniformity to the complexion, and strengthens the skin's elasticity. Not to mention its ability to boost collagen production, which restores freshness to skin beginning to show signs of fine lines.

  • Lemon Water: Derived from squeezed lemon, this water possesses unifying and toning virtues. It is combined with an essential oil from mandarin peel to bring a citrus note to the treatment.

  • Vegetable Glycerin: This active ingredient has humectant properties that allow it to maintain the skin's hydration. Moreover, it exerts a softening action on the skin.

Contraindications of Vitamin C cream.

The Vitamin C cream is not recommended for sensitive skin or in cases of rosacea (a chronic skin condition characterised by redness). By stimulating skin oxygenation, this treatment may cause redness to appear. Furthermore, it is better to avoid applying it before sun exposure. Containing an essential oil, this treatment is not advised for pregnant or breastfeeding women.

Diagnostic

Understand your skin
and its complex needs.

Go further: