Less is More Organic Facecare is a compact, highly effective skincare range that responds to the skin’s daily needs and can be customised to address common skin concerns. Unadulterated certified organic botanicals have a balancing, harmonising effect while activating the skin’s natural functions. In synergy with state-of-the-art plant-based active ingredients based on cutting-edge scientific discoveries, the products are highly effective, easy to use and deliver outstanding results.
Individual products can be combined to create a regimen tailored to your specific requirements, enabling you to give your skin type the right care and respond to your skin’s changing condition at every age. In winter as well as summer. To treat your skin with love in a daily ritual of self-respect is an intense form of self-care. We invite you to discover this approach to skincare for yourself with the Less is More Organic Facecare line.
Our DAILY BASIC CARE is based on a balanced formulation and innovative combinations of bio-active ingredients and botanicals. It incorporates the key elements of skincare for every skin type and every age. These are: protecting cells from UV-light damage, environmental pollution and oxidative processes (antioxidant); protecting the skin barrier from drying out; moisturising; tightening pores; activating skin metabolism and collagen production; renewing and balancing. Sophisticated modern textures and a perfectly calibrated lipid complex ensure that the products deliver results without aggravating the skin. As a result, this basic facecare is perfect for all skin types, from oily to dry and mature skins.
Our DAILY INTENSIVE CARE is enriched with lipids and concentrated, highly effective bio-active ingredients based on cutting-edge scientific discoveries.
In our WEEKLY SPECIAL CARE, customised plant- or mineral-based active ingredients deliver specific results for each skin type and condition.
The intensive care offers a choice of three products. Depending on your needs (e.g. anti-aging, extra glow, winter care, moisture, anti-stress, etc.), the basic care can be supplemented with the intensive care.
While dividing skin into types can help us better understand our skin’s needs, these categories are something of an oversimplification. So, to tailor our skincare to our unique skin condition, our key question of our daily skincare routine should be: “How’s my skin doing today?”
Just like the intensive care, the special care can also be adapted to current and individual needs. It includes a peeling and three masks, which can be used to create a care programme that suits the respective skin type and condition.