Skin Crime No 1

Skin Crime no 1 Not wearing your SPF 365 Days of the Year   Even though sun exposure is vital for overall health, immunity (we get Vitamin D from sun exposure) and well-being, soaking up the sun can be good for us. But too much exposure can increase the risk of...

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MELASMA Melasma is a common skin condition in adults where brown or dark patches of pigmentation develop. Usually on the face, but can appear on areas of the body exposed to sunlight, including the neck, shoulders, hands and forearms Melasma is harmless but can cause...

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Melanin Melanin is a natural pigment in the skin. Melanin causes the skin to tan. Melanin has two forms: Eumelanin is black and brown and Phoemelanin is red or yellow. The higher the amounts of Eumelanin and the lower the amounts of Phoemelanin you have will be...

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What is corneotherapy?

Corneotherapy is not a brand of skincare, however, the chemistry and modalities within a skincare range will depict if the range works with the principals of corneotherapy. A corneotherapeutic skincare line needs to adhere to strict guidelines to be correctly classed...

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Skin Bacteria

skin bacteria   When we say keep your hands away from your face, this is why!  Microbiologist Tasha Sturm colonised her child’s hand sample in a Petri dish and this is what grew! We are covered in billions of strains of bacteria. Plus we collect all sorts of...

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