Change of seasons mean changes in your skin. Autumn and winter are on their way meaning the air gets drier and it’s likely your skin will also become drier and maybe increase in flakiness in the next few months as a result.
Don’t despair, if you read our previous blog post on the benefits of Kukui Oil, you’ll know that Kukui oil is amazing at keeping the skin nourished.
Here are a few of our favourite Kukui products and how to use them to keep your skin glowing in Autumn:
Step 1. Start by applying the Kukui Oil Hawaiian Sea Salt Scrub on to your skin whilst you run the bath. Make sure you work in the scrub in a circular motion to really get all the dead skin cleansed. When your bath (or shower) is ready jump in and wash off the scrub which turns into a milky lather upon contact with water.
Step 2. Then you can use our Kukui Oil Bath and Shower Oil for an extra cleanse now that the scrub has removed the flaky skin off your body. Plus it’s in our signature scent so your bath smells double amazing.
Step 3. When you’re ready, hop out the bath and dry your body before applying our Kukui Oil Rich Body Cream. This is our thickest moisturiser meaning extra nourishing for the skin. The best part is it’s still light and doesn’t leave your skin feeling greasy in bed or for the rest of the day.
Did you know you can purchase our Kukui Sea Salt Scrub and Rich Body Cream as a set?
Our Kukui Oil Polish and Glow Gift set is perfect for Autumn - Shop now
Now that you smell and feel extra amazing, we recommend packing these two products for an on the go top up.
With our hands exposed most of the time in any season, they really feel the wrath of the cold so it’s important to avoid them getting dry with our Kukui Oil Nourishing Hand Cream which comes with a very handy (pardon the pun) pump.
And last but not least, it’s fragrance free but the most important companion, our Kukui Oil Wonder Balm. Perfect for dry lips, dry elbows, dry skin just about anywhere on the body, this little miracle pot will make sure your chapping is kept to a minimum.