I was going to hold off with posting about Typology skincare until I’d had a chance to try out the bits I have, but I had a nose on the site last night and I get the impression that there’s a high demand, so I thought I should do a quick introduction so you guys could find out a little about the brand and maybe get yourself on to the waitlists for some of the products.
Typology is a genderless range of skincare (with some other bits available like hair care and fragrance) created by Ning Li, founder of Made .com, and features a fascinating collection of beautifully presented products; the packaging is all clean lines, minimal wording and recycled materials, which makes for a range that looks considerably fancier than it’s surprisingly fair price point.
I was given the opportunity to try a few bits from the range to suit my skin type, and I was sent a variety of bits and bobs including a trio from the LAB serums range, which are such gorgeous little bottles that not only look amazing on your vanity table, they also make use of highly concentrated actives with some firm favourites such as Hyaluronic Acid and Salicylic Acid, as well as some newer skincare superstars such as Bakuchiol and Azelaic Acid – if acids are your thing then I think you’re going to like Typology!
The rest of the range contains a really good mix of products that slot into your typical skincare routine, with some lovely sounding Night Concentrates (botanical blends) and Hydrolates (toner-like floral waters – I’ll be trying the peppermint but there’s also a chamomile one that I NEED) and I really think that if you’re a skincare buff, you could happily lose yourself in the site for a while, putting together a routine that’s all about striking the balance between driving results and lifting spirits; very, very French!
The Concentrated Serums are between £10-£20, the Hydrolates are all less than £10, the between £19-£24 and rest of the range mostly sits around these price points. You can view the product range by skin type/concern or product. Find it all here – link.