Caring for oily skin

A simple, effective daily regimen

We recommend the following regimen, both morning and night:

Step 1: Fantastic Face Wash
This sulfate-free, foaming gel cleanser removes oil and grime without stripping your skin of moisture and essential nutrients. Plant-derived alpha & beta hydroxy acids provide a mild daily dose of exfoliation. 99.5% natural, 51% organic. Learn more...

8oz | $26

Step 2: Fortifying Face Balm
This light daily moisturizer soothes, hydrates and protects your skin, while also minimizing the signs of aging. You’ll barely know it’s there, it’s so lightweight and shine-free. 100% natural, 82% organic. Learn more...

2.5oz | $36

Anytime: 4-in-1 Essential Face Tonic & Wipes
This do-it-all liquid cleanses exfoliates, hydrates, and soothes whenever your skin feels too oily. Witch hazel and willow bark help cut that greasy skin feeling. Also available infused in a bamboo wipe. 98.5% natural, 53% organic. Learn more...

8oz | $24
20pk | $24


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Why exactly is my skin oily?

Everyone’s skin naturally produces oil; it's your body's way of moisturizing and protecting your skin. For a number of reasons (genetics, stress, etc.), some people's skin produces more oil than your skin actually needs. Excess oil, if not cared for properly, can lead to greasy-feeling, shiny skin, often associated with clogged pores and blemishes. If this sounds like you, don’t sweat it. Caring for oily skin is easy.

How should I care for my oily skin?

It might sound counter-intuitive, but over-cleansing with an aggressive face wash can strip your skin of too much oil, which will kick your skin’s oil glands into overproduction, resulting in more oil. But if you don’t wash regularly you’ll risk getting a buildup of oil, leading to grease, shine and clogged pores.


Over-cleansing with an aggressive face wash can strip your skin of too much oil...


The best approach is to adopt a daily routine of washing, moisturizing, and exfoliating with suitable products to keep your skin clean and balanced.

  • Washing should be done with a sulfate-free, natural cleanser to wash away grime and excess oil without stripping your face of the natural oil it needs to stay healthy. 
  • Moisturizing may seem counterintuitive, but it actually helps your skin stay balanced so it doesn't kick oil production into overdrive. Moisturizing also helps calm and soothe irritated skin.
  • Regular exfoliation helps remove dead skins cells that can wind up clogging pores and dulling the appearance of your skin.