Comprising seven ranges and a whole host of products within them (from cleansing bars and moisturisers to haircare and fragrance), Typology’s offering might be extensive, but its formulas are pared-back and simple. For example, the Raw range is made up of single-ingredient products that can be used alone or layered, the Ten range consists of products blended with 10 ingredients or fewer to champion only the essentials, and the Woman range is an easy-to-follow, four-serum regimen designed to cater to the skin’s needs at every stage of the menstrual cycle.
On a personal note, I can safely say that I’m loving every minute of using Typology. Since adopting a Typology regimen, my skin has been clear, glowing and generally healthy-looking. I haven’t found the products to be overly drying or moisturising. In fact, I’d say everything about the products I’ve tried is, in the words of Goldilocks, just right, including the price points. Specifically, I’m seriously impressed with the Micellar Water (which is understandably sold out at the moment, but I urge you to keep an eye out for any restocks), which doesn’t strip the skin and somehow makes my skin look more glowing after use. I’m also very much into the Niacinamide Serum, which takes down redness and deals with blemishes. In the traditional French style, things are fuss-free, results-driven and accessibly affordable. In fact, I don’t think I have anything bad to say at all.