Hello Hydration for Summer Skin

Minerals are the foundation of proper hydration, as maintaining them in optimal levels helps with oxygenation throughout the body. Most people don’t realise how truly important hydration is for every system in your body to function properly. Having enough water and being hydrated increases cell function, circulates blood, flushes out toxins, helps carry oxygen and nutrients to skin cells, and also can help you lose weightRead 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

Feeding The Skin – Skin Nutrition for Repair Against the Sun

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Summer skin: the heat-wave continues but did you know some UV rays can and do get through to the skin and cause damage, even if you wear a high SPF. Although sunscreen allows one to stay in the sun longer, but doesn’t stop rays from penetrating the lower layers of the skin where they create more free radicals that would have occurred without lathering on the cream. It is not only crucialRead Now

Veg out for Vegan Beauty: The Benefits Behind the Beauty Boom

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The trend for going vegan is growing. Leading a plant based diet is said to better for the body and both ethically and environmentally conscious. In the past decade, according to the Vegan Society, veganism has seen a 360 percent uptake, and the lifestyle movement shows no sign of slowing down. Crucially, a vegan diet can be a fantastic benefit for giving glowingly gorgeous skin.Read Now

Love the Skin You’re In – Growing To Be The Best You

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Aging is a natural and inevitable part of life. Whilst there is no stopping the clock from ticking away, you can certainly slow down the negative effects that time has on skin and indeed, enjoy your face changing through the years. With age comes experiences, memories and wisdom. Aging is not a bad thing; you are simply growing to be the best you. This week,Read Now

Step Into Spring: Refresh And Rejuvenate For Skin Perfection

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Spring skincare has arrived. As the barrage of winter finally begins to show signs of abating, we turn our heads to the promise of warmer weather and adjusting skincare routines to banish seasonal dull, problematic and irritated skin. Lifestyle adaptations, climatic changes and longer, lighter days call for small introductions to your existing regime to maximise, refresh and ultimately improve and deliver the flawless skin thatRead Now

Let’s Maximise Microbiomes: Promoting The Skin’s Natural Bacteria

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On first glances, the ‘microbiome’ might not exactly sound like something you want to look for when you’re trying to optimise skin health, but this little known natural occurrence is an important part of your overall health and well-being.  The microbiome is a collection of microorganisms or a mix of bacteria and fungi species found living on the skin’s surface, which works to keep the skinRead Now

Skin Microbiome: Why We Need Some Dirt on Our Faces

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Skin microbiome describes the mix of bacteria, yeasts, and parasites that live on our skin, as well as our nose, trachea and gut – these parasites are closely linked to weight, mental health, autoimmune health and various other health problems.  Microbiome has become the latest trending word in the beauty world in recent months. The skin microbiome changes depending on our location and climate, theRead 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

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