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  • Skin Care Routine For Your 20s

    Creating a skin care routine in your twenties is always a good idea. Sun damage, adult (and hormonal acne), dry spots – these are just some of the challenges you might experience with skin during your twenties. Add in physiological changes, daily stress, environmental damage and pollut... View Post
  • Get Rid Of Sunspots in 4 Steps

    We bring you a 4-step plan for sunspot elimination, for those of you who are trying to reverse a few unprotected days in the sun. Step 1: Use antioxidants Antioxidants like vitamin C and E have been proven to brighten skin tone and hyperpigmentation. We recommend: ... View Post
  • Sun Damage: Signs & Symptoms To Look Out For On Your Skin

    Dark spots, sagging skin, wrinkles and discoloration betray the hours and days we’ve spent exposed to the elements. Unfortunately for sun lovers, sun damage can age our skin prematurely and increase our risk of developing skin cancer. Unlike typical, chronological ageing, which is dete... View Post
  • How to Know if Your Skin is Dry or Dehydrated

    When your skin feels dry, you may naturally assume that it is dry. But it might just be dehydrated and in need of water.   A Quick Guide: Dry skin: Lacks sebum (oil). Is a natural skin condition from birth. Feels dry all over, including hands and on scalp. Is m... View Post
  • Winter Hydration - Top Picks for Winter Skin

    Relieve dry winter skin - give your skin a dose of hydration and moisture for a smooth, comfortable soft complexion.   Here's our product guide for a good winter skin regimen. Cleanser: Opt for a milkier or creamier texture. With your skin already losing moisture due to harshe... View Post
  • Transition Your Skincare From Summer to Autumn

    We welcome autumn and embrace the cooler temperatures and windier weather. It can be tough to maintain that healthy glow we all love, but with the right products in hand, your skin will not only stay healthy all season long, but be ready to take on even harsher conditions in wint... View Post