Teen Skincare.

As if they weren't going through enough: school, relationships, sports, and family. The teen years can also be a challenging time for their skin and hair: acne, oily complexion and hair, seborrhea (which can cause irritation and flaking), and early sun damage. Let us at least simplify the skincare issue for them.
Save the Wave Skincare offers several products that were developed with our teen friends in mind, starting with several cleanser options. We have oatmeal soap for our more sensitive/normal skin types, or tea tree, dead sea mud and charcoal bamboo for more oily or acne prone skin.
Once or twice a week, most skin types can benefit from our gentle Amber and Honey Scrub, followed by our Charcoal Blueberry Mask. The Witch Hazel and Lavender Toner is a perfect finish for all skin types. Our magical, lightly scented Nourishing Everything Oil is non-comedogenic (won't clog pores) and is wonderful for additional hydration or as a gender neutral cologne.
How that we have the skin covered, our plastic-free shampoo and conditioner bars are an easy and environmentally friendly way to keep the hair and scalp in tip top shape. With four scents to choose from, hair care has never been easier, and they are suitable for ALL hair types, not to mention color-safe.
Last, but certainly not least, is our collection of five mineral based sunscreens to protect that delicate youthful skin. Research shows that we get approximately 25 percent of our lifetime sun damage before the age of 18, and suffering with one ore more blistering sunburns in childhood or adolescence more than doubles your chance of developing a potentially deadly, melanoma skin cancer. These light and non-greasy sunscreens match perfectly with every skin tone- for the guys and gals, with at least a SPF 30 to keep their skin healthy and looking great for decades to come!
Drop us a line - we would love to hear from you and help you pick the right products for the teen(s) in your life.

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