At Elle’Ma we work for you.
Not only do we want you to feel your best, and appear your best, but we want you to have the best skin possible. We do that by teaching your skin to work for you.
Our goal is not to simply give you the appearance of healthy skin, but we want your skin to become healthier over time. With the latest developments in science and our unique technology we are able to develop a formula that encourages your skin to work with the product, rather than become lazy and dependent on the product. With prolonged use, your skin does not create a dependency on the product, but rather it takes from it that which it needs to become smarter and stronger. The dermis is one of the smartest organs of the body, and at Elle’Ma, we want to nurture that which is natural and instinctive to the body. Our environment is often fast paced and ever changing. We want to give your skin the ability to adapt to your lifestyle and your environment in a healthy manner.
Choosing the right cream for your skin depends on a few factors. Once you have determined the type of skin issue you would like addressed, you need to consider what texture of cream you prefer to use. That is what we call the feel of the product. Do you prefer a lighter more soluble feel? Or would you prefer a more oily feel? The next step is to determine how you want the product to sit on your skin. When you apply a product, you massage it into your skin. Some products seem to be absorbed quickly, leaving a fresh light feel on the skin. Others go on light, but leave a slightly oily texture when massaged into the skin. For those who feel like their skin is always dry and pulling, the latter option seems to be a favourite. It give the feel of prolonged moisture so that the skin does not feel like it is being pulled on. At Elle’Ma, we give you the option of personalizing your skin care to your personal needs. This means that you can choose the type of product you will feel happy using, feel comfortable wearing, while knowing that it is addressing the specific skin concerns you would like to address.