Have you shrugged eye cream off as a redundant step since it was first introduced to the skincare industry? You’re not alone – there are thousands of people struggling to identify the difference between daily moisturiser and eye cream.
We’ve already discussed the damaging effects of UVA/UVB rays and recommended a lightweight moisturiser to integrate into your summer skincare regime, so it’s now time to share our top summer skincare tips. Read on to discover the best ways to keep your skin hydrated and healthy when the sun is shining and the humidity is […]
Various external factors contribute toward the changes your skin witnesses throughout the year, but one of the biggest influences is a change in the weather conditions – making it extremely important to switch-up your skincare regime to suit your conditions throughout the summer.
Regardless of whether the sun is visible to the human eye or hidden within the clouds, sun rays can still impact the skin. UVA and UVB are the two most common types of rays discussed within the skincare industry, and are known for causing sunburn, increasing the signs of ageing, and even causing skin cancer in severe cases.
Are you struggling to identify if you have oily skin? If your complexion is prone to looking shiny, your pores are enlarged and open, and the texture of your skin is slightly coarse, the chances are, you have either combination or oily skin. There are numerous ways to control oily skin, including vital skincare steps, so we’ve covered our top five tips in this article.
The world of acid-based skincare products is extremely complex. We’ve already covered how to effectively cleanse blemish-prone skin using Salicylic Acid based products, but we’ve only just started to scratch the surface with regards to the skincare benefits of this unique Beta-Hydroxy Acid.
The inclusion of oil in skincare products will cause few-no problems for dry skin types. Oily skin is, however, more susceptible to becoming clogged when oil-based products are used (especially when topically applied as a leave-on treatment), so an oil-free moisturiser can be hugely beneficial.