Bodycare Regimen Set by OUI the People
Bodycare Regimen Set by OUI the People
Bodycare Regimen Set by OUI the People
Bodycare Regimen Set by OUI the People
Bodycare Regimen Set by OUI the People
Bodycare Regimen Set by OUI the People
Bodycare Regimen Set by OUI the People
Bodycare Regimen Set by OUI the People
Bodycare Regimen Set by OUI the People

OUI the People

Bodycare Regimen Set by OUI the People

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Bodycare Regimen Set by OUI the People

SKIN-SOFTENING, BRIGHTENING, HYDRATING

Our best-sellers for softer, brighter, and more hydrated skin in one (damned) good set.

FULL DISCLOSURE polishes and delivers full-body microdermabrasion powered by Lactic Acid (AHAs) for smoother skin and a more even skin tone.

Follow up with Resurfacing Body Serum revives uneven, dull skin with a blend of AHA, BHA and PHA acids.

Next comes FEATHERWEIGHT, the body gloss delivering intense hydration and collagen-enhancing goodness for glowy, soft, and healthy-looking skin.

Finish with ALL IN ALL, a first-of-its-kind melting body balm that deeply nourishes and moisturizes while actively smoothing skin and boosting collagen production to reveal your softest, most radiant, and resilient skin. Go all-in for ultimate hydration.

Set includes full-sized FULL DISCLOSURE Cream Body Polish (120ml), Resurfacing Body Serum (100ml), FEATHERWEIGHT Hydrating Body Gloss ORANGE BLOSSOM (98ml), and ALL IN ALL Melting Body Balm.




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Karen Young

When I was young, my mother placed a ban on magazines in our home. Well, to be clear, she banned beauty magazines, we kept a monthly subscription to National Geographic. I’m inclined to think this was done intentionally to protect my impressionable mind—as a Caribbean immigrant she leaned towards books and the Bible as the cornerstones of my educational and emotional growth.
When launching OUI (the People) I looked through shaving ads from the ’50s onward to get a sense of the language they used. It all boiled down to one message. “You’re not loveable” if you don’t…
I almost wrote it off, it was the ‘50s after all, until I saw modern brands using similar language. Why are we still selling products to women under flawless, anti-aging, and perfecting? It reads, quite literally, as antiquated.
A recent search on a major beauty website returned 1,766 products with the term "anti-aging", 524 with "flawless", and 1,665 with "perfect". Every one of those products fell under the women’s beauty category.