SKIN CARE

REVEALED: THE DRY SKIN PROBLEM AGEING YOU PREMATURELY

Like all of you out there, we’re accepting of the necessity of washing our hands to keep us safe, to protect our loved ones and to keep us healthy.

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HOW TO PREVENT DRY SKIN WHEN WASHING HANDS MORE FREQUENTLY

We’re living in, what we can all agree, are very strange times. And while we adapt to the changes in our daily lives, one thing has already become well and truly rooted in the ‘norm’ – and that’s washing our hands more frequently, and for longer, than ever before…

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ORGANIC SKIN CARE

For those of us with sensitive skin, finding the right skincare can be a long and difficult process. However, we often forget that skincare products and their benefits are derived from natural ingredients. The benefits include soothing spots, reducing red patches, restoring moisture and many more…

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ECZEMA ON HANDS

Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis) is a skin condition in which patches of your skin become inflamed and red, causing itching and discomfort. The condition can cause a negative effect on day-to-day life, if left untreated.
There are many causes of eczema, linked to an overreaction of the nervous system to an external irritant. Below are some of the most common irritants that can trigger eczema on your hands…

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NATURAL SKIN CARE

Skincare can feel like a full-time profession at times, and there’s an endless number of products promising to clear up your skin and keep you healthy. Unfortunately, proper skin care routines can’t be replaced by a single cream or miracle solution, and you’ll benefit far more from taking the right steps to caring for your skin naturally than if you clear the shelves at your local supermarket…

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HOW TO CURE DRY SKIN

We’ve all suffered from dry skin at some point in one way or another. While it’s usually harmless, it can be uncomfortable and affect your self-confidence…

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ECZEMA ON THE FACE: CAUSES AND TREATMENT

Nobody likes suffering from eczema and the irritation that comes with it, but it can be particularly bad when eczema flare-ups occur on the face. Not only can this cause discomfort, but it can also understandably be a source of embarrassment or insecurity too…

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ECZEMA IN BABIES

It can be quite distressing for parents when it becomes apparent that their baby is suffering from eczema. We know that mums and dads want to do everything possible to alleviate any discomfort, so we’ve put together this guide to what eczema is, what triggers it, and how you can protect your little one from the worst of it…

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PREGNANCY SKIN CARE

Your body is going to go through a lot of changes while you’re pregnant, and your skin is one of the lesser known victims of this wonderful 40-week journey.
We’ve put together a range of advice about how to care for your skin whilst pregnant and keep your baby safe while you do. You can find the topics covered in our pregnancy skin care guide below…

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TYPES OF ECZEMA

Eczema is a medical skin condition that is primarily known for causing itchy dry skin all over the body. Yet, there are many misconceptions about the actual types of eczema that exist…

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ECZEMA TREATMENTS

Eczema is a medical skin condition affecting millions of adults and children across the globe. Its main symptoms include rough, inflamed, and itchy patches of skin occurring in various places including but not limited to the hands, feet and face…

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ECZEMA IN CHILDREN

Eczema is a medical skin condition affecting men, women and children across the globe. Though it isn’t a contagious condition, eczema statistically affects 1 out of 5 children in the UK, making it a widespread problem that has yet to find a cure…

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WHAT CAUSES ECZEMA?

Eczema is an inflammatory skin condition affecting up to 15 million people in the UK alone.
Also known as dermatitis or atopic eczema, the condition alters the skin causing redness, blistering, oozing, crusting and thickening, and can even change pigmentation…

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Latest Skin care blog posts

You may have heard that you ought to be drinking 8 glasses of water a day to stay properly hydrated. While that is a good estimate for most people, it can be a bit more complicated than that. Factors like your age, diet, and activity level can all impact your recommended amount of drinking water.…GO TO PAGE
Most of us suffer from dry skin during the winter months and it can be a tricky condition to manage. Dry skin can cause itchiness and rashes, creating discomfort in everyday life. There are many factors which can cause dry, irritated skin, and we can often make it worse without realising. We’ve put together our…GO TO PAGE
Skin health comes in the form of a lot of different little aspects all contributing to a glow and radiance that people will be envious of. Foods that are good for your skin are almost certainly beneficial to other parts of your body too. 1. Avocados The health food craze of the past couple of…GO TO PAGE
Here are some top tips to help you look after your skin: Moisturise to the max Replenish the lost moisture. The best time to apply moisturiser is in a humid environment, such as straight after a bath or shower, as your skin is fully hydrated and the moisturiser will seal this hydration in. Up the amount of times…GO TO PAGE