Veganuary… Plant Based Diet and It’s Benefits

Veganuary… maybe going vegan for a whole month is too much of a commitement but what using the first month of the year to adopting more plant-based meals into your diet. Not only are the benefits numerous for the body, particulary after a seasonal indulgence, but also counts incredible results for the skin too. Whilst the vegan focus is usually to avoid animal products, “plant-based”Read Now

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

Microbiome and Skin Health

Microbiome might not sound like something you want to look for when you’re trying to optimise skin health, but the microbiome is an important part of your overall health and well-being. Essentially, it’s the mix of natural bacteria and fungi species found living on the skin which works to keep skin healthy and protected against inflammation and infection.  Far from being something unpleasant, your microbiomeRead Now

Seasonal Skincare: 3 Ways to Transition your Skincare from Summer into Autumn

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There’s a reason why I launched a facial specifically for the transition period between seasons: skincare products and professional skin treatments or facials, need to be rotated seasonally in order to provide the required level of hydration, nourishment and protection our skin requires against the changing elements. Skin actually becomes more dehydrated and prone to redness and sensitivity during the colder winter months, so richerRead 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