Prebiotic Power

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 skin healthy and protected against inflammation and infection. Your microbiome is even responsible for stopping the clock when it comes to your complexion, producing short chain fatty acids that reduce inflammation, protect skin’s DNA & preserve skin’s ability toRead Now

Bolster Against Blue Light

Phones, laptops and tablets. All technological saviours are resolvedly modern necessities, but have you thought about the effects of screens on your skin?  A 2019 report found most people, on average, spend three hours and 15 minutes on our phones a day, with the top 20 per cent of smartphone users having daily screen time in excess of four and a half hours You may orRead 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

Senescence: The Art of Ageing

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Senescence is the gradual and unstoppable biological process of deterioration through aging at a cellular level. Selecting the right natural skincare products with proven results helps maintain a more youthful complexion during senescence, and can even reverse some of the damage already evident in the form of wrinkles, pigmentation, dark spots and fine lines. My passion for inspiring happiness through skin confidence is at theRead Now

What’s the ACTUAL Difference Between Different Skin Tones?

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As a recognized game changer in the organic skincare market specifically as a skincare brand that’s suitable for ALL skin types and ALL skin tones, I’m often asked ‘what’s the actual difference between different skin tones?’ And my answer is this: different skin tones age, pigment, blemish and scar differently. Every skin type produces melanin, produced and controlled by the amino acid tyrosine in specialRead 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

What’s Causing Those Pesky Puffy Eyes? 5 Steps to Eye Deflation

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There’s many causes of puffy eyes – allergies, fluid retention, stress, hormone changes, dehydration, trauma, infection tiredness, hayfever; the list is extensive, especially when you consider all of the potential allergens in non-organic skincare creams and lotions packed with chemicals that just aren’t meant for, or kind to our skin… The swelling of the eye, sometimes called periorbital puffiness, describes the presence of excess edemaRead Now