ALBION defines beautiful skin as having
Translucent and Supple Skin

These 4 factors represent the skin’s natural function,
helping to keep the skin healthy.

  • Healthy Moisture Balance in the Outer Layer of the Skin
  • Fine-Textured, Smooth Skin Surface
  • Fair and Even-Toned Complexion with Optimum Level of Melanin
  • Good Blood Circulation
Of the 4 factors, having an optimum moisture balance in the outer layer of the skin is the most important for beautiful skin as it leads to:
  • Improvement in the skin's moisture retention ability
  • Enhancement of the skin's barrier function
  • Softer and supple skin

Skin with good moisture balance in the outer layer of the skin
* Schematic illustration

Replenishing the skin with what it needs based on its importance
To achieve clear and supple skin, replenish the skin with what it needs at the right moment.


STEP 1Cleansing
Removes dead skin cells and impurities on the surface of the skin and in pores, keeping the skin clean and clear.
STEP 2Softening
(Milk Lotion)
Creates an optimal moisture balance in the outer layer of the skin, leaving it soft and supple.
STEP 2: ALBION Milk Lotion

Healthy Moisture Balance in the outer layer of the skin

ALBION Milk Lotion

“Well-balanced moisture” is what the skin needs most after cleansing.
ALBION Milk Lotions are designed not only to condition the skin surface, but also the entire outer layer of the skin which can have as many as 10 layers. This is why ALBION Milk Lotions are specially formulated with ingredients that are similar to the skin's natural moisturising component to enhance absorption into the skin.
STEP 3Refining
Refreshes and tightens the skin to refine the skin texture.
STEP 4Activating
(Serum or Cream Moisturiser)
Helps the skin to maintain a youthful and radiant complexion.
Replenishing freshly cleansed skin with the moisture it needs is the most essential step to soften the skin, enhancing absorption of skincare products that follow too.


Restores the skin’s moisture balance for soft and transparent skin.