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Party season, I mean, holiday season, is among us. Celebrating festive times with friends and family can be fun, but excessive late nights and partying can do numbers on our largest organ - skin.

Why? Sleep deprivation and alcohol dehydrates skin.

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Skin microbiome describes the mix of bacteria, yeasts, and parasites that live on our skin, as well as our nose, trachea and gut – these parasites are closely linked to weight, mental health, autoimmune health and various other health problems.  Microbiome has become the latest trending word in the beauty world in recent months.

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Acne and wrinkles are two inevitable fights many of us will experience at some point in our lives.

Acne is often turbulent during puberty, and then stabilizes itself in the years to come. However, adult acne is throughout fast becoming the lead skin complaint for over thirties due to hormones, what we consume, and how we take care of our skin. At the same time, ageing is an equally big skin concern at this age.

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The modern man is equally passionate about achieving complexion, and a well-groomed appearance starts with clear, hydrated and radiant glowing skin.

Men, just like women, deal with skin issues like ageing, pigmentation, sensitivity, and acne.

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Senescence: the gradual and unstoppable biological process of deterioration through aging.

Selecting the right natural skincare products with proven results helps maintain a more youthful complexion during senescence, and can even reverse some of the damage already evident in the form of wrinkles, pigmentation, dark spots and fine lines.

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Antioxidants need to be infused into our daily skincare rituals and diets. Why? Antioxidants are powerful substances that have a harmonizing effect on our skin and overall wellness via a process that happens naturally in the body.  

Oxidation, a chemical reaction which takes place in our bodies daily, can be heightened by many factors including stress, pollution, UV rays, smoking, and alcohol. These agitations take the form of atoms in our body, known as free radicals and can wreak havoc on our cells if left uncontrolled.

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Hormonal breakouts are common in both and women.

Why? Because when we indulge in high-glycemic foods, they’re quickly broken down in the body triggering a sudden insulin spike, which raises our blood sugar levels. This in turn triggers hormonal fluctuations and inflammation, which can help contribute to hormonal acne breakouts.

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Me time is the art of spending time on one’s own – an opportunity to relax, de-stress and restore depleted energy.

A lack of solitude can affect our relationships, creativity and productiveness in general.

With such busy modern lifestyles, solitary reflection is vital in order to achieve uninterrupted thought, improved concentration and academic performance while giving us the opportunity to take time out to explore what we really want from life in order to inspire our own happiness.

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Hormonal acne is more common than ever before in women aged between 30-50 years old. Why? In this blog, we will explore what causes these hormonal acne breakouts and how we can help prevent them.

Let’s break this down

Did you know that sebocytes (the oil making glands in the skin) are activated by testosterone, which women make in tiny amounts, primarily in the ovaries?

 

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There’s a reason why I launched a facial specifically for the transition period into new seasons.

Skincare products need to be rotated seasonally in order to provide the required level of protection against differing seasonal elements.

 

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