Frequently Asked Questions
Can SMOOTH help with psoriasis?
SMOOTH was formulated to treat the founder/formulator's own dry, chapped, psoriasis prone skin. While we are unable to make any promises, the generous testimonials of our customers confirm that these ingredients are not only effective, but when combined synergize to produce truly remarkable results in cases of rash, psoriasis, eczema and other skin imbalances.
Is this good for mature skin?
SMOOTH Body Balm is also outstanding in that it not only provides deep moisturization, and skin barrier protection but it additionally stimulates cellular renewal, and improves skin tone and elasticity whilst reducing cellulitis thanks to ingredients such as avocado, palmarosa and cypress.
How does SMOOTH help strech marks and can I use it while pregnant?
While genetics play the primary role in the formation of stretch marks, LINNÉ products can safely be used to prevent and treat these common skin conditions.
They occur when collagen and elastin stretch. To prevent stretch marks we recommend regular self-massage with our SMOOTH body balm. Deeply nourishing avocado oil and fast penetrating meadowfoam seed oil deliver vital nutrients including vitamins A & E to promote natural collagen production and provide the skin with the elasticity it needs to expand. Essential oils of palmarosa, cypress and geranium further enhance this activity by treating damaged cells, increasing circulation and stimulating regeneration. The toning effect of the balm is equally as beneficial postpartum.
How can this be used as a pre-cleanse or make-up remover?
Apply SMOOTH on dry skin. Massage to dissolve stubborn make-up. For a complete and thorough clean follow with PURIFY face wash.
Where is SMOOTH in the order of products?
SMOOTH is a wonderful final step used to create a barrier against moisture loss. Apply it after a shower or bath when the skin is still damp. It is also wonderful applied to the body after a misting of REFRESH. LINNÉ products are marked with Roman Numerals as a nod to our namesake, the botanist Carl Von LINNÉ who laid the foundations for the taxonomical classification system. We borrowed this system to create our easy step protocol. Balsm are Step VI.