Skin Care 101

Your Natural Skin Care Education Starts Here


Detox – The 1st Step

Starting your skin care journey with detoxification has several skin-changing and health-provoking purposes! From ridding your skin of toxins, to moving your skin forward in its healing journey, detoxification is one step that almost everyone finds themselves needing from time to time – especially those who are new to natural products. Many people will turn to our detox products when they are frustrated that no matter how well they eat, what they use, or what they take, their skin still seems to have a mind of its own. The detox products are a soothing reset button for your skin!

One specific purpose of the detox products is for those that would like to detoxify your skin from the residue of commercial products before moving into a skin specific routine that uses pure, natural, hand crafted products. Batty’s detox kit will help your skin rid itself of toxins and build up from chemical laden commercial products.

Your First Step

Detoxify your skin by using the detox kit. Once your detox is done, move onto another skin care kit or check out our resources for building your own balancing routine to target any remaining concerns.

Often times, new customers find that the detox kit is all they need (even if they were struggling with another concern such as acne). For others, they stick with the detox products but add in one or two targeted products (such as an acne serum or our hydration mist).  Some people may find themselves looking to the detox products when they’ve been following one of the other guides for more than 6 months, had significant improvement in the first few months, but then hit a plateau. A plateau being a period of a few weeks or months when the positive progress has stopped moving forward. When a plateau in the skin healing journey happens, it might be time to add a few more things to your plan (see Batty’s suggestions here).

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Finally find out what’s causing your breakouts

Dear Beautiful, if you’re battling with acne, I’ve totally been there and can sympathize (in fact, here’s a brief look into my battle)! And since acne can strike anyone at any age, there’s always the chance that it can come back after being cleared up – that’s why I think it’s super important to pin-point the cause of your acne – going right to the root of the problem rather than just treating the symptoms. Usually there’s multiple causes of acne, but when you figure out what they are, you can use targeted solutions that will clear up your acne without bothering with “band-aid” treatments. I can help you pin-point the causes of your acne with simple, straight forward ways to pin-point external & internal causes of acne (as well as solutions!).

Solving the causes + triggers of acne can be broken down into 3 areas of focus:

1. Natural Skin Care
2. Whole Body Wellness + Balance (primary areas of focus include nurturing the digestive system, balancing hormones, and toning down inflammation)
3. Stress Reduction + Emotional Wellbeing

Before and After Stories

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Eczema / Extremely Dry Skin

causes + solutions

Suffering from eczema can be a real challenge. Keeping the painful outbreaks under control – especially around the elbows, hands, and fingers. I understand and want to help. I have products specifically made to help calm eczema symptoms – check out our video to learn about the 3 types of eczema and how to treat them naturally! I’m excited to help guide you on your path to an eczema free life!


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What to look for and what to do about it

Rosacea is a frustrating skin condition that begins subtly, with the intermittent appearance of redness along the cheeks and nose. If left untreated, rosacea almost always worsens.

Symptoms of Rosacea:

  • Red flushing over the cheeks and nose
  • Consistent, though random, and often extreme skin sensitivity
  • Acne-like bumps (but the bumps are not acne)
  • Flaky skin, sometimes accompanied by oily skin
  • Visible tiny blood vessels that may become more noticeable over time
  • Other concerns, which can still be present: dry skin, wrinkles, sun damage, and skin discolouration
  • Almost anyone can get rosacea, but those affected most often are lighter skinned women. Men are less likely to have rosacea, but when they do, they have more noticeable problems, including swollen bumps along the nose called rhinophyma.

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What to avoid if you have Rosacea

If you have rosacea, it is critical that you eliminate anything that could increase inflammation (and therefore increase redness) such as the following:

  • Harsh cleansers such as “beauty bars” that contain detergents (find out how to identify these on product labels here)
  • Drying liquid or lotion cleansers (again, that contain detergents)
  • Toners with alcohol and fragrance (more info here)
  • Abrasive scrubs
  • Rough washcloths
  • At-home facial peels
  • Topical Vitamin C and citrus oils

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Detox / Acne / Eczema / Rosacea / More Resources / Build Your Routine




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Detox / Acne / Eczema / Rosacea / More Resources / Build Your Routine

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