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A Little Company
Recommended Remedy

20/06/21

Client Name:

Living Skin Type:

Environmental Reactive

Rachelle

Living Skin Therapist

Location: Melbourne

Skin Type: hormone

Stace

LTCO Founder

Location: Byron Bay

Skin Type: aging

Emily

Living Skin Specialist

Location: Melbourne

Skin Type: environmental

Emma

Living Skin Therapist

Location: Melbourne

Skin Type: stress

Sanne

Living Skin Therapist

Location: Byron Bay

Skin Type: adaptive


Foundation Products

This is the best place to start setting good foundations for better skin now and in the future.

Boost things up

Go a little deeper, products to further enhance and improve the quality of your living skin.

Targeted Products

A little help to overcome specific concerns with your skin.

Rhythm

Frequency and rhythm may vary slightly based on your skin type and product specifications. Here is a general guide on how often to use the products.


Daily Weekly Monthly
01 Cleanser pm
02 Exfoliant x
03 Spritzer x
04 Oil x
05 Moisturiser am + pm
06 Internal As directed on product
07 Mask x
08 Eye Cream pm
09 Vitamin As directed on product
10 Serum x
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1 hour, 1-on-1 with a Living Skin Therapist. Available online or instore.

“Little Company’s Skin Quiz is a wonderful tool to discover more about your skin type, and how to best support it especially when you can’t get into your nearest Little Company location! I adore Little Company’s ethos and transparency in regards to skin health and I always place full trust in their advice and recommendations.”
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Book a Remedy Facial

Book a Remedy facial with one of our Living Skin Therapists tailored to your Living Skin type.

From $189.00

A comprehensive, deeply nourishing facial that will leave you feeling relaxed, nurtured and empowered, inside and out. Our remedy facials are tailored to your unique skin type, allowing you to focus on specific skin concerns.

“A little sanctuary from everyday busyness. Little Company is a space that always makes me feel supported and deeply nurtured, reminding me to prioritise my well-being physically, mentally and spiritually.” - Yoko Inoue, Shoku Iku

Treatment features:

– Personalised and flexible

– Previously ‘A little Tailored’ Facial

– Suitable for all skin type + includes our signature massage

– Extraction may be included at your therapist discretion

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At-Home Facial Kit

Purchase a Remedy At-Home Facial experience, featuring sample sizes of your prescribed products.

Price $199.00
Facial Kit includes:

– A personalised mix of 6 professional (always natural) skin formulations

– The Fitzroy Naturopath teas for your specific skin type

– Bodhi Incense

– Headband

– Wooden mixing bowl

– Brush

– Wooden spoon

– Jade rollers

– Japanese face towel vSkin type and 12 step instruction card

– Access to tailored, exclusive content

– Support video on how to conduct the facial

– Recorded meditation – 20 minute facial playlist

– List of other products to support your skin

Adaptive

A little more about
your Living Skin Type
Adaptive skin is as the name suggests; resilient, balanced and responds well to products. This skin type has no major concerns but looks to maintain and support your current skin care ritual.
Lifestyle Tips

• Boost your green and antioxidant intake. A rich plant based diet packed full of variety will ensure optimum health both inside and out.

• Avoid excess sun exposure. Increased exposure to the sun can trigger excess melanin production as a protective mechanism within the skin cell, resulting in dark patches and uneven tone. Keep time spent out in the sun limited, wear a wide brimmed hat, and a good quality physical sunscreen to limit exposure to the sun.

• Keep up hydration. Clinical studies have shown significant improvements in skin hydration on the outer and deeper layers of the skin from drinking the recommended daily intake of water. This includes improved skin water-binding capacity and improvements in skin softness, thickness and smoothness.

Environmental Reactive

A little more about
your Living Skin Type
We like to think of this modern day classification for all skins affected by an external element. Skin concerns for this category may include pigmentation from sun exposure, dullness from sluggish skin congestion from products like sunscreen and heavy make-up, as well as skins impacted by working inside under air conditioning. Our main aim with treating an Environmentally Reactive skin is to brighten and detoxify.
Lifestyle Tips

• Increase antioxidants. Antioxidants can help protect your skin cells to help reverse the sun damage caused by excess sun exposure. Vitamin C rich foods and green tea are among the most effective and proven to shield skin from harmful rays.

• Avoid excess sun exposure. Increased exposure to the sun can trigger excess melanin production as a protective mechanism within the skin cell, resulting in dark patches and uneven tone. Keep time spent out in the sun limited, wear a wide brimmed hat, and a good quality physical sunscreen to limit exposure to the sun.

• Incorporate makeup free days. Heavy and consistent makeup can cause the skin to become congested. Make the switch to lighter mineral based makeup and incorporate makeup free days to give the skin time to breathe.

Stress Reactive

A little more about
your Living Skin Type
Stress Reactive skin can be caused by many influences of modern life. Stressed skin cannot tolerate products well and tends to be quite responsive. Internally, skin conditions such as rosacea, eczema, and psoriasis can also contribute. Emotional stress must also not be underestimated as it can heavily impact our skin. Our main aim when treating a Stress Reactive skin is to strengthen, calm and support our skin’s barrier function.
Lifestyle Tips

• Avoid foods that cause inflammation. There are certain foods which can exacerbate skin conditions by increasing redness and inflammation within the body. We suggest avoiding spicy foods, alcohol, caffeine, chocolate, oranges and strawberries where possible and replacing them with anti-inflammatory foods such as green leafy vegetables, fermented foods, turmeric, ginger & herbal teas.

• Boost your essential fatty acids. An adequate intake of Omega 3 (to be precise) will help with inflammation. Ensure to include oily fish, nuts and seeds (flaxseed, chia seeds, walnuts) in your diet. Also lookout for cold-pressed organic flaxseed oil, formulated to deliver the best balance of healthy fats for clear, calm skin.

• Be conscious about strenuous exercise and heated activities. Please be mindful that any heated environment such as a hot shower, sauna, and spa, may contribute to inflammation. You can apply 1-2 drops of jojoba oil onto dry skin before showering to provide a gentle protective barrier against heat and steam.

Hormone Reactive

A little more about
your Living Skin Type
Hormone Reactive skin may affect us at any age. Our hormones play a large role in how much oil our skin produces, imbalances commonly result in inflamed and congested skin. Conditions such as PCOS, Endometriosis, Menopause, and taking the oral contraceptive pill, may all contribute to a Hormone Reactive skin type. Our main aim when treating this skin personality is to holistically support it and promote regulation and balance.
Lifestyle Tips

• Avoid foods that cause congestion. Certain foods, particularly those that are highly processed, are high in trans and saturated fats which can lead to blocked pores. For those who are more genetically sensitive to blockages and breakouts, we suggest limiting your intake of inflammatory foods, which may trigger hormonal activity. Please be conscious of processed foods, refined sweets, and certain dairy products.

• Assist the body to detoxify gently. To boost the body’s natural detoxification process, you can introduce a liver loving green powder. Incorporating a nutrient rich liver supplement can help support your liver and gut with healthy digestion, immune function, and the detoxification of toxins, excess hormones, and metabolic waste.

• Boost your essential fatty acids. An adequate intake of Omega 3 (to be precise) will help with inflammation. Ensure to include oily fish, nuts and seeds (flaxseed, chia seeds, walnuts) in your diet. Also lookout for cold-pressed organic flaxseed oil that will help replenish the skins protective layer and help soothe breakouts.

Ageing Well

A little more about
your Living Skin Type
We favour the term ‘Ageing Well’ over the commonly used ‘Anti Ageing’ as we understand that ageing is a natural part of life, and we embrace the experience it brings. In supporting a maturing skin, we treat with the aim of nourishing, repairing, increasing skin cell turnover, brightening, and naturally stimulating collagen and elastin.
Lifestyle Tips

• Monitor your sugar intake. A high dietary intake of processed sugars can cause glycation and lead to a loss of protein function and impaired elasticity of tissues such as blood vessels and skin. This process is highly accelerated in the presence of hyperglycemia and tissue oxidative stress, leading to accelerated ageing.

• Increase antioxidants. Antioxidants will help fight against free radicals, which can contribute to premature ageing. Look to include berries, green leafy vegetables, green tea, and foods rich in Vitamin C and Zinc.

• Boost your essential fatty acids. An adequate intake of Omega 3 (to be precise) will help with your skin health. Ensure to include oily fish, nuts and seeds (flaxseed, chia seeds, walnuts) in your diet. Also lookout for cold-pressed organic flaxseed oil, formulated to deliver the best balance of healthy fats and to provide extra nutritional support to moisturise your skin from the inside.