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Organic Skin Care Products
     Skin-On is a line of selected organic skin care products, created by inspired professionals. Our organic products take care of and maintain the condition of skin on face and body.

     Skin-On organic products are: hypoallergenic,  hormone free, artificial fragrance free, artificial colorings free, non-comedonic, non-acneogenic and won't clog pores. Our products are all natural, organic, rich in vitamins, minerals, enzymes, amino acids, and contain antioxidants.
      Our organic products have sold all over the world and we have received positive feedback from many of our customers.
      Our organic skin care products are formulated for all skin types. There are four basic skin care types: Oily, combination, normal and dry. Your skin type is determined by how much or how little oil your skin produces. Genes, diet, stress level, medications and even your skin-care regimen, all determine how much oil your skin produces.
Before you begin with the proper daily 3-step skincare routine using Skin-On organic products, you may want to be sure of your skin type. How you care for your skin is utterly dependent on the type of skin you have: oily, normal/combination, dry, sensitive or sun – damaged. Find out your skin type below…
The Basic 3-Step Skincare Regimen
Skin-on simply organic      Step 1: Cleansing. Simple is key here. You need to find a good cleanser that your skin responds well to, and stick with it. Avoid bar soaps as they tend to dry out the skin. Most cleansers contain oil, water and "surfactants." The oil dissolves oil on your face, surfactants dissolve dirt and makeup and the water washes it all away. The secret is finding the right mix of oil. Too much on your skin will clog pores, while too little will dry it out. This is why you need to know your skin type. Be careful not to cleanse too often. Washing at night should be enough. While some skincare experts swear you should cleanse skin with creamy cleansers that you wipe off with a tissue, never letting water touch your skin (some hard waters are especially hard on skin), we prefer the water method. In the morning, a splash of lukewarm water is all you need (we find it's great for removing excess oils from your nightly moisturizing). Never wash your face with hot or cold water (both can cause broken capillaries). Also be careful about over-cleansing your skin. Here's the best way to wash your face: Use warm water to loosen dirt and clogged pores. Use a dime-sized bit of organic
3 in 1 Daily Cleanser, then rinse with cool or lukewarm water. 3 in 1 Daily Cleanser is also a proper makeup remover.
     Step 2: Exfoliate and Tone. Exfoliation is the step most people skip in their weekly skincare routine. But trust me, if you start properly exfoliating your skin, you will notice an almost immediate difference. Scrubs work by removing the top layer of dead skin cells that tend to dull your complexion. We find exfoliating skin once a week keeps skin glowing year-round. Make sure you use organic Gentle Scrub with tiny grains.  Using an organic Anti-Oxidant Toner is a great way to minimize pore size and refresh your skin after exfoliation. Exfoliated skin is  clean and ready to absorb vitamins and minerals.
In the hour it takes to get a chemical peel, you can take five years off your face. Can't afford the price tag for a monthly peel? Try Skin-On organic product scrubs-Exfoliants.
     Step 3: Moisturize. A basic law of beauty is that everyone, no matter what their skin type, should moisturize. Even if your skin is oily, it will benefit from organic moisturizers. Organic Moisturizers and organic Creams seal moisture into the skin. So how much should you moisturize? Your skin will tell you. When your skin is tight, it's crying out for moisture. Be careful not to over-moisturize, this can cause clogged pores.


     Please follow these simple steps to determine your skin type…
Wash your face, pat it dry, then take a few pieces of rice paper or lens-cleaning tissue paper and press it onto different spots on your face. If your skin is oily, the paper will stick, pick up oily spots and become translucent. If the paper doesn't stick or pick up any oily spots, your skin is dry. If it sticks in your T-zone (forehead, nose and chin) then you have combination (or normal) skin. About 70 percent of women have combination skin.      
Here are the four different skin types and their characteristics.
     Type 1: Oily skin tends to be shiny with enlarged pores, and is prone to blackheads and blemishes. You might experience some tightness.
     Type 2: Combination skin type has medium pores, a smooth and even texture, good circulation, healthy color, may tend toward dryness on the cheeks while being oily in the T-zone.
     Type 3: Normal /Sensitive skin tends to be thin, delicate with fine pores. It flushes easily, is prone to broken capillaries, is frequently allergic and can be rashy.
     Type 4: Dry skin feels tight, especially after cleansing. You have a tendency towards fine wrinkles, flaking and red patches. In women of color, skin may appear ashy or dull from dead skin buildup.
     Aging or sun-damaged skin also feels tight with visible wrinkles, slack skin tone, especially around the cheeks and jaw-line, with leathery texture and broken capillaries.
     As we get older, the fat layer that lies beneath the skin and contours the face thins out. The skin produces less collagen, which is the spongy protein that gives skin its bounce. The stretchy fiber in the skin (elastin) gets weak, so the skin doesn't snap back like it used to after being stretched. That's why your skin loses its snug fit as you age. Your complexion changes as you age, too. It becomes dull-looking and dry. The new cells at the bottom of the epidermis (your outer layer of skin) take longer to reach and replace the cells on the surface of your skin. What took your cells two weeks to accomplish in your twenties takes a month by age fifty. The dead cells give your skin that uneven look, which is why you might notice a flaking of your skin you never had when you were younger.
     Nature gives you the face you have when you are twenty. Life shapes the face you have at thirty. COCO CHANEL