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Teen Skin – Getting Teen Skin Woke

2020-01-21T05:49:44+00:00

As a child enters puberty, their skin begins to change how it looks behaves. This is due to changes in hormone production. The most obvious change is usually the increase of oil on the surface of the skin, which can lead to pimply breakouts or enlarged pores with “blackheads”. For some teens, they might notice more uneven skin colour, uneven texture or their skin becoming more flaky or sensitive. How a teen deals with the changes of their skin greatly impacts on the condition of their skin in future so it is very important for a teen going through puberty to [...]

Teen Skin – Getting Teen Skin Woke2020-01-21T05:49:44+00:00

How a treatment for fish scales makes you look younger?

2019-11-13T05:09:32+00:00

Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHAs) have for centuries have been used to promote a more youthful, fresh looking complexion by people in many civilisations History reveals that many ancient cultures knew of benefits of AHA's. In ancient Egypt, Cleopatra used Alpha Hydroxy Acids when she bathed in milk baths to soften her much admired skin! The women of the French Court of Louis XVI also used Alpha Hydroxy Acids when they rubbed wine on their skin to produce a softer, glowing complexion. Rediscovered in the early 1970s as a treatment for ichthyosis patients (a rare skin disease where your skin resembles fish [...]

How a treatment for fish scales makes you look younger?2019-11-13T05:09:32+00:00

Discover your Future Self

2019-10-15T02:52:38+00:00

Did you know you could be a time traveller?⏲ 🚀 Hard to believe? 🤔 On 23rd October you'll be able to do a form of time travel. See,  you'll have your very own Skin TARDIS to show your past and more importantly your future self. Guided by your very own Ultraceuticals Dr Who, Amy Valenti who, with the help of, the Observ Skin Analyser lets you see your possible future self. This specialised camera 📸 goes beyond the surface of your skin to delve into its deepest layers. Using polarized light technology it can assess the physical health of your skin now and how your [...]

Discover your Future Self2019-10-15T02:52:38+00:00

Your at home Self Care Facial….

2020-03-18T04:29:40+00:00

Here's a little home facial you can do to help increase hydration and give your skin a moisture boost. ✈✈✈ FIRST - Turn off the phone📴📵 , computer💻 and kids 🧒🧒🧒(maybe not!) Here's what you'll need... Fibrella, Cotton Rounds, Cleanser, Skin Mist, Exfoliant, Replenishing Mask, Moisturiser, Eye Cream, B2 Serum ✅Start with warm water (not HOT). ✅ Dampen cotton rounds  with Soothing Eye Makeup Remover (leave on for about 30 seconds and gently work into your lashes- try not to drag across your eyes) ✅Using your preferred cleanser - add a small amount of water, mix and apply to your skin - [...]

Your at home Self Care Facial….2020-03-18T04:29:40+00:00

#20 Your Expert Guide to OPEN PORES

2020-01-09T04:35:52+00:00

Did you know one of the top three skin concerns our clients struggle with is … 🥁🥁🥁Open Pores! Truth is you can't eliminate them BUT we can help you make them appears so much smaller. Enlarged pores are stubborn skin concern. And I feel your pain – I’ve tried everything to get rid of them only to find most didn’t work or worse… Help is at hand! Consistently using the right ingredients helps minimise these issues. But works and what doesn’t?🙄🙄🙄 Things to avoid … ❌Don’t use bar soaps -ingredients keeping bar soap it in its solid form can clog pores. [...]

#20 Your Expert Guide to OPEN PORES2020-01-09T04:35:52+00:00

#9 Why your skin pores are not like garage doors…

2019-04-05T05:17:18+00:00

Open skin pores would be one of the most common skin concerns and affect all skin types and all ages. Unfortunately, they're not like garage doors – they don’t automatically open and shut. You see, there are no muscles controlling your pores and they need to remain open to allow you to sweat, get rid of dirt and grime, and keep your lipid barrier healthy. Your lipid barrier is made of sebum (a beautiful cocktail of triglycerides, wax esters, squalene, and metabolites of fat-producing cells). Sebum is essential in keeping our skin waterproof and lubricated. A healthy and balanced lipid barrier [...]

#9 Why your skin pores are not like garage doors…2019-04-05T05:17:18+00:00