Meet the Climates
Topical Climate (Sticky)
When high temperatures are combined with 60% or higher humidity, your complexion may be left sweaty and shiny. Contrary to popular belief, humidity doesn’t accelerate perspiration. Sweat simply stays in the skin long enough for you to notice as it slowly (sometimes never) evaporates in the tropical atmosphere. Sweat staying in the skin so long causes sweat-induced blocked pores. Because skin naturally produces more sebum in tropical climate, skin of any type can become excessively oily. To keep your skin clear and hydrated, opt for the Tropical Day Cream. It’s lightweight texture and innovative formulation keeps skin perfectly moist while calming the sebaceous glands for balanced sebum content in skin. For optimal skin health, make sure to always use the Hydrating Balancer to help keep pores clear and healthy, wash your skin at least twice a day using a gentle cleanser, exfoliate regularly, and apply (or re-apply) sunscreen when outside.