Topical Antioxidants, the warriors of skin protection

Topical antioxidants play an important role in your skincare routine and they repair past damage, help to prevent future damage and offer a sophisticated army of protection for your skin, that neutralises free radicals and therefore reduces oxidative stress. The result – the ageing process slows down! The outcome – the skin is on its way to becoming younger looking, healthier, more luminous and happier.Read Now

Anti-Inflammatory and Anti-Oxidants: deliciously perfect for Autumn

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It’s time to ramp up and kick-start transitional skin health from the inside, as the nights begin to draw in. These are just some of the essential foods, rich in anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties to fuel and stimulate parched, under-nourished, polluted and summer damaged skin against the fight from electron-scavenging free-radicals. Reduce and prevent inflammation from cell damage. Inhibit and slow oxidation and cell breakdown.Read Now

Hydrated Summer Skin: Focus On Squalene

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Hydrated skin is not only healthy skin, but younger and fresher looking, plump, luminous and happy skin. It has a smooth texture and appears soft and supple and is less likely to age prematurely. The sebaceous glands in your skin produce sebum; a wonderfully complex oily, acidic mixture of fatty acids, waxes, and other natural chemicals that form a natural barrier and one of its functions isRead Now

The Best Defence for the Sun: Protect and Repair

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Finally summer skincare has arrived! It is well known about the dangers of UVA+B exposure and how vital skin protection is. However it’s easy to overlook the essential aspect of repairing and healing the skin against not only sun damage, but also daily environmental pollutants and exposure. This week, let’s take a look at top tips for healthy repair for all skin types and tones.Read Now

Antioxidants: Why You Need Them On Your Face

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Antioxidants need to be infused into our daily skincare rituals and diets. Why? Antioxidants are powerful substances that have a harmonizing effect on our skin and overall wellness via a process that happens naturally in the body. Oxidation, a chemical reaction which takes place in our bodies daily, can be heightened by many factors including stress, pollution, UV rays, smoking, and alcohol. These agitations takeRead Now

Environmental Ageing: What Is It and How Do I Help Prevent it?

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Environmental ageing is caused by daily exposure to UV rays, toxins and other pollutants which damage our skin by inhibiting collagen production and causing wrinkles, age and sun spots. Sun exposure is still considered the most damaging environmental factor which results in ageing of the skin due to speeding up collagen breakdown in the skin and causing the body to produce abnormal elastin. High-energy visibleRead Now

Flawless Skin: The Ultimate Beauty-Boosting Juice Recipe

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As a holistic skincare brand, we know that glowing healthy skin starts from within. What we put into our bodies is reflected on our skin, and in our general health. Drinking plenty of water is one of the most vital daily happy skin rituals – dehydration leaves our skin dry, tight and less resilient with more prominent wrinkles and fine lines. If you’ve ever lookedRead Now

Antioxidants and SunScreen: The Ultimate Power Couple

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Over time, the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays damage the fibers in our skin called elastin, causing our skin to sag and stretch without the capacity to bounce back into place, causing wrinkles and fine lines. UV rays accounted for a huge 80% of skin ageing, including wrinkles, in a study of almost 300 women. The study also found that a two per cent increase inRead Now

Eat Your Way to Happy Skin

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‘Let food be your medicine and medicine be your food’ As we celebrate nutrition month and the sheer importance of eating well, I wanted to tell you why I’m as passionate about what we put into our bodies as what we put onto our skin. Our skin is a reflection of our diet, so it’s super important to ensure we’re eating pretty. Here are a fewRead Now

Things I love…Warm Stuffed Pepper

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Things I love…Warm Stuffed Pepper Spinach is one of my favourite superfoods. This power plant is rich in iron which helps support  the function of our red blood cells. It’s also a great source of vitamin A, vitamin K, vitamin C and folic acid as well as being a good source of manganese, magnesium, iron and vitamin B2. I love mixing it with garlic toRead Now