Natural skincare products are not a new craze, by any means. Everywhere you look these days, brands are claimed 100% natural, organic, pure ingredients.
But do these naturally derived elements actually work for your skin?
Short answer, yes. But how and why?
We are diving into a look at the various different factors that can affect your skin type and sometimes cause a complete 180 in how your skin behaves (bit rude, really.) And more importantly, how you can handle these skin changes.If you, like so many of us, like to partake of a tasty alcoholic beverage or two every now and then, you may have noticed some not so attractive side effects for your skin. These may include redness, dry, scaly skin, breakouts and inflammation. Not something you want to wake up to, after a night out.
This time of year, the very thought of finding the perfect gift can be enough to make you wince.
We wanted to lighten the load and give you our top 10 gift ideas, especially when it comes to the skincare lovers on your list (including yourself #treatyoself)Whilst many of us are conscious about our food intake when it comes to our waistlines, a healthy skin diet is also hugely important when it comes to getting gorgeous, healthy, glowing skin. Let’s talk about 12 tips and foods that will support healthy skin, no matter your age.
The silly season means a growing number of events piling up in your diary.
But you want to keep your healthy, glowing skin, so it’s time to get lockdown your skincare routine.
Putting in the groundwork ahead of time (not the night before, sorry) is guaranteed to save you a tonne of stress (and time!) in the weeks to come, and reward you with a fresh and blooming complexion that will be the envy wherever you go.Have you ever wondered what age you should start using anti-aging products? Dermatologists agree it should be in your early 20s! This is when your skin starts to lose its collagen content and the aging process begins. Let’s look at 9 essential parts of your anti-aging routine.
Acne cannot be put under one category, either. It’s what we call a “multifactorial disease,” which means that it can be caused by many factors.
This is why your breakout may look very different from the next person!
In Part Two, we are looking today at the different types of acne, the causes and how to treat these successfully.