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Many often conflate oily skin with moisturized skin. However, even if you suffer from an abundance of natural oils, it’s still important to moisturize. Many products used to treat oily skin - and conditions such as acne that this skin type is prone to – actually dry out the skin.Learn More
Chemical peels help to improve the appearance of acne scars, by removing the top layer of skin. The new skin will be smoother in texture, and dark spots should appear lighter.
While the aging process is entirely natural, and indeed beautiful, there are a few things we can do to whip our skincare routine into shape, to help give our skin a more youthful glow. To help you make the switch to a wrinkle-busting skincare routine, we’ve put together a quick guide.
Dehydrated skin can affect you all year round, or during specific seasons and weather conditions. Regardless, treating dry skin is imperative if you want to look and feel your best.
But with the myriad of skincare products out there, how do you know which to choose if you want to give dehydrated skin that burst of moisture it so desperately needs?
Retinol is a vitamin that is part of the vitamin A group. It is often used in skincare products as it’s effective at stimulating collagen production. And as we all know, it is collagen that keeps skin looking plump, smooth and firm.Learn More
You may already be familiar with oils such as rosehip, coconut, or coconut oil, but you may not be as clued-up on one of 2022’s buzziest oils – sea buckthorn oil.
Here’s more on the skincare world’s new favorite ingredient, what’s so great about it and whether your skin needs it.Learn More
Normally, oily skin is characterized by having a shiny, or greasy-looking t-zone – which is the area around your forehead, nose and chin.
You may also notice that you have enlarged pores and are more prone to acne and breakouts when you have oily skin.Learn More
In the world of social media, it has become the norm for users to post ‘shelfies’ that feature bathroom shelves overflowing with products.Learn More
You may want to reach for the glowing makeup products, but faking a youthful complexion all comes down to the skincare regime that you follow.Learn More
Many experts will tell you that ingredients like retinol and acids are great for improving the tone, texture, and quality of your complexion.Learn More
Ever since the pandemic, the skincare industry has been booming. Beauty consumers are now far more concerned with targeting their skin concerns than they are finding the perfect foundation formula.Learn More
Creating your own skincare product is one of the most exciting parts of launching your brand.
It’s your chance to create your ideal formula and bring your skincare dreams into reality.Learn More
Even if you’ve been a fan of skincare for years and think you know the industry like the back of your hand, you’d be surprised at the number of things you don’t know.
It’s important to always be researching products, new ingredients, customer trends and the industry itself to ensure your products are the best they can be.Learn More
We’ve all been told from a young age about the importance of eating enough fruit and vegetables, not only will they keep you healthy but they’ll also make a huge difference in your skin.
Fruit and vegetables contain the essential antioxidants, vitamins and nutrients that our skin needs to be protected from free radicals and to encourage healthy cell development.Learn More
Whether you wanted to get fitter, eat healthier, or improve your skincare routine (like us!) you still have plenty of time to get into the habit if you haven’t been able to make it stick yet.
This year our goal was to improve our skincare routine and have happier skin.Learn More
For those people who want a heavy-duty ingredient to help battle pigmentation, tranexamic acid has become increasingly popular. Mostly finding use in overnight serums and masks, this ingredient is a derivative of lysine, that has been found to be extremely effective as brightening the skin and clearing up acne scars and pigmentation after prolonged use.Learn More
Double-cleansing should be an important part of any skincare routine — especially if you’re someone who wears makeup on a daily basis.
Some people choose to use the same cleanser twice, to give their skin a deep clean and remove any unwanted skincare, pollution or dirt from their face that has built up throughout the day.Learn More
What is slugging?
Slugging is where you coat your face in a layer of petrolatum or Vaseline after completing your skincare routine in the evening.
The purpose is to create a protective layer over all the skincare products you’ve just used, but it also helps to lock in any moisture – making it so perfect for those of us who suffer from super dry skin.Learn More
Most skincare products are packed-full of ingredients that the majority of people will have never heard of.
This can often make it difficult to figure out which products will work for you, and which could potentially irritate your skin.Learn More
Whether you’re trying to get rid of spots, or just be more conscious about the products that you’re using on your face, there are plenty of healthy habits that you can adopt for the best skin of your life in the new year.Learn More
Depending on your skin type, there are different ingredients that you should look out for when trying to perfect your skincare routine. There are also a few ingredients that people of any skin type should avoid.Learn More
In 2021 in particular, we’ve seen so many excellent ingredients that we’ve been really happy to see become so popular.
Some of these ingredients are ones that we’ve used and loved for a long time, and some are completely new to us.Learn More
2021 may be starting to come to a close, but that doesn’t mean that we should forget about all of the great skincare trends that got popular during the year.
Although there are some that we would rather forget about, there are some that we will definitely be bringing into 2022.Learn More
When the weather gets colder, our skin can often get pretty unhappy. With harsh winds, cranking up the central heating, and dried-out air, it’s com...Learn More