Common techniques to fight the flu

As the seasons change, environmental toxic free radicals can enter the body and promote diseases, colds and flu as well as generally feeling under the weather. Foreign bacteria can irritate the immune system and sometimes the body doesn't produce enough white blood...

The transition to autumn skin

It’s time for an autumn clean, and we’re not talking about your home or wardrobe but rather your skincare. It’s important to understand how the skin develops throughout the changing of the seasons. As the weather gets colder, your skin can take a toll which should...

Are beauty drinks an elixir for radiant skin?

The secret behind glowing, radiant skin which beams youth and good health is much more appetising than we thought. Beauty drinks have evolved into a delicious tasting addition to any beauty gurus routine. They promote caring for the skin from the inside out as well as...
Collagen facts: what is it?

Collagen facts: what is it?

Collagen is a vital skin protein; it is nature's own ingredient for keeping our bodies firm and supple. You'll find collagen not only in skin but in your nails, connective tissues, bones, muscles and blood vessels. It is essential for tissue repair, joint health and...

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The power of collagen skincare

The power of collagen skincare

We are passionate about collagen skincare and its proven ability to enhance the natural ageing process and support our overall health and wellbeing. Our collagen skincare encompasses formulations that are supremely rich and moisturising to those that are light and...

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How can we care for skin after sun exposure?

How can we care for skin after sun exposure?

Too much exposure to the sun can make your skin age quickly with wrinkles, age spots and a dehydrated texture without collagen. When UV rays reach the skin, it damages the skin cells and causes mutations in their DNA. If the skin is beyond repair, the cells die off...

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Maintain healthy skin this summer

Maintain healthy skin this summer

Maintain healthy skin this summer Get the facts: Collagen starts to naturally decrease from the age of 20 by 1.5% each year. By the time we’re 40, our collagen levels drop by 30%. Collagen is our own ingredient to keep our bodies firm, elastic and supple. Our bodies...

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Treating Post-Party Skin

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...

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5 ways to keep your skin healthy this summer

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...

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5 facts you didn’t know about protein

5 facts you didn’t know about protein

Extra dietary protein such as protein powders, drinks and bars are now in the mainstream and offering us the choice to consume protein more efficiently and conveniently. Until recently, protein powders were associated with bodybuilding and ‘big muscles’ and for the...

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How collagen helps with hair loss and thinning hair

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...

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Probiotics: The good guys in your gut

Probiotics: The good guys in your gut

Commonly known as ‘friendly bacteria’, probiotics are increasingly being sold in shops as supplements or are even added to the foods we eat. But what are they? Guarding your gut Probiotics are living organisms which can be found naturally in foods such as yoghurt,...

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