Bio-Retinol…. The Next Generation in Skincare

Beloved by many skincare experts, it is no secret that retinol is one of skincare’s most loved and most talked about ingredients. From the vitamin A family, it can help to tackle signs of ageing, correct pigmentation and can be used to fight breakouts… which has seen it garner rave reviews from beauty editors, skincare experts and consumers. With a multitude of multi-tasking skin benefits,Read Now

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

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

LIFT, CONTOUR & SCULPT for Christmas, Party season and beyond

Skin is an immensely complex organ but essentially, it has some basic needs. Firstly, skin needs to be thoroughly yet delicately cleansed, secondly, it needs to be both hydrated and nourished. During this winter season that are filled with festivities – gloriously late nights and delicious overindulgence, your skin is often the first to visibly take the toll, becoming prone to problematic, lack-lustre, stressed andRead 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

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

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

Party Season: How to Maintain Complexion Perfection

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Party season, I mean, holiday season, is among us. Celebrating festive times with friends and family can be fun, but excessive late nights and partying can do numbers on our largest organ – skin. Why? Sleep deprivation and alcohol dehydrates skin. Alcohol is a diuretic, which means it increases urination. It also hinders the production of vasopressin, the hormone that helps to absorb water. IncreasedRead 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