Out With The Old, In With New. What New Year Skincare Means For You.

Now is the perfect opportunity to make a fresh start by reflecting on what it is we don’t need. Let’s build a healthy routine that lasts in just two steps. 

Step 1:Get To Know Your Skin With Our Skin Diagnostic.

Your lifestyle, your environment and your skin changes over time- inevitably! So why should your skincare routine be consistently the same? This is why the Wǒ Skincare concept evolves and adapts with you. 

Our scientifically developed Skin Diagnostic takes into account all the factors that impact your skin, such as your ethnicity, environment and lifestyle and more. It’s as accurate as a skin expert’s assessment* which means you'll always know what your skin needs and why you’re using a certain product on your skin. Skincare doesn’t have to be a guessing game this year, we help you take back control.

Step 2: Clean out your bathroom shelf. 

We’re all guilty hoarders in one way or another. There’s really no need to over do it when it comes to your skincare routine. No need for your bathroom shelves to be overflowing with products that you’re unsure even work for you. 

Remember less is more. Overloading your skin contributes to clogged pores and can make  you prone to sensitivity as the combination of ingredients for many different products accumulates. 


Wǒ skincare takes a mono-dosing approach, this means you only use exactly what you need.  Simplify your routine down to just 2 steps. This is made up of our 3 in 1 multi-functional Daily Base™ range which cleanses, hydrates and conditions all in one and our Power TonIQs™ which target specific concerns with ease. Our range is result driven meaning you don't have to miss out on the benefits of using more than one product. 

As we go into the New Year, lets just keep things simple and use only what we need. Start your journey towards healthier happier skin here!

 (*Study in collaboration with DHEZ, University of Bradford, UK)

Author: Sara Poidevin-Hill

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