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Treating Post-Party Skin

Whether it’s one too many prosecco’s or being too tired to remove your makeup properly, the festive celebrations can wreak havoc upon your skin.

Alcohol dehydrates the body and skin, whilst also depriving it of vital vitamins and nutrients. This can result in causing the skin to look dull, sallow and tired come the morning after. What’s more, dehydrated skin can lead to premature ageing, whilst also encouraging skin conditions such as rosacea.

Here are our top tips for treating post-party skin…

Christmas Party: Last-Minute Beauty Prep

The festive season has started and among the last-minute Christmas shopping, decorating the tree and getting those final work emails sent, you still have time to prepare for the Christmas parties.

However busy you may be, finding the time to prep and prime yourself ready to take on any festive party can be as easy as putting your out of office on.

Here’s our last-minute step-by-step guide to shine this Christmas…

5 ways to keep your skin healthy this summer

5 ways to keep your skin healthy this summer

With summer officially here, you’ve already swapped your winter jumpers and boots for summer dresses and sandals. Now’s the time to switch your skincare routine for the new season too. From UVA/UVB protection to washing away extra sweat and sebum, follow these skincare tips to keep your skin healthy and happy this summer.

 

Your collagen levels are dropping

Collagen is one of the most important proteins in the human body. It accounts for 30% of total protein, representing 80% of dry mass of skin. Primarily located in connective tissue, it is responsible for providing structure.

How collagen helps with hair loss and thinning hair

Worried about hair loss and thinning hair? You’re not alone

Contrary to popular belief, hair loss and thinning hair is a real problem for women as well as men. Recent studies indicate that an estimated 8 million women in the UK are now suffering from hair loss and one in three has thinning hair. NHS England estimates that around 50% of women over the age of 65 experience female-pattern baldness.