It’s that time of year again. The festive season has come and gone, as has your skin's hydration levels. A mulled wine too many teamed with a bit of extra sugar has probably left your skin feeling dehydrated and suffering from imflammation and congestion. It’s time to get your skin back on track and help to rebuild that skin barrier.
Fear not, as we have the perfect SOLUTION and RESOLUTION for you. We have gone ahead and made it simple for you and broken it down into 5 simple steps for you to follow to achieve that New Year rejuvenation!
First and foremost, we ALWAYS recommend booking in to your local clinic or salon for a full skin consultation. Your skin changes with every season, and it’s important to leave all your skin concerns with the professional for accurate diagnosis. Remember folks – we’re dealing with cosmeceutical here, with advanced ingredients and unparalleled patened delivery systems. So to really get the most out of your skincare, it is important to be using the right products for your specific skin type.
It’s that time of year again here in Ireland. The sun is out, and as a result, so are we. Between visits to our beautiful coastal beaches, BBQ’s with friends and family, trips abroad to even sunnier locations, its safe to say some of us may be suffering from a little over-exposure!
If you haven’t noticed by all of the photos popping up on your Facebook newsfeed, wedding season is upon us! We all know at least one bride, bride-to-be, or you may be a bride yourself. Brides are so busy planning the details of the venue, the flowers, the dinner, the cake and the DRESS, that they sometimes forget to give their skin the time-line and attention it needs to get in shape for their wedding day.
Who's excited it's finally Spring? The birds are chirping, the sun is out, and the flowers are in full bloom. Time to store those winter clothes and trade them out for lighter spring attire! Just like our wardrobes need changing out, our skin requires variation in routine as the seasons change. We don't want dull winter skin getting in the way of feeling fresh and renewed, do we?
There are many skin care lines and products that are geared toward addressing dry skin. However, some moisturizer products on the market actually contain ingredients that can exacerbate dryness. These ingredients include parabens, phthalates, alcohol and mineral oils, which are included in skin care products to serve as fillers. These fillers are added with the intention of making the product more attractive to the consumer.