Whilst ritual and non-ritual scarring practices are popular in some cultures and subcultures around the world, the majority of us would rather be without visible scars on our skin. Below is a quick guide to help you understand and treat scars.
As we age, our appearance changes. This is not necessarily a bad thing, fine lines can add character to a face, and crows’ feet can represent a life spent laughing.
In the beauty industry, new products are often launched with the promise of being revolutionary, ground breaking and having the ability to transform the world as we know it. And every now and then, something comes along that actually has the ability to deliver these. Meet the dry mask; a treatment that will hydrate, smooth, firm, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, even out the skin tone, and leave your face glowing.
If you follow beauty news and trends, chances are you have heard of microneedling, or dermarolling as some like to call it. Put simply, microneedling may be one of the quickest and easiest ways to get more glowing, even, and youthful looking skin. Put a bit more complexly, but hopefully without getting too technical, below is an in depth look at this magical treatment and what it can do for you.
Most of us have heard that in order to have healthy-looking skin, it needs to be hydrated. And hydration is achieved with water, right? Well, yes and no. We are told that we can hydrate our bodies by guzzling water, but after swimming or showering, the skin can feel dry and rough. Why?
They say you shouldn’t have favourites, and we don’t really, but can’t help being a little bit extra proud of our little super star; The Skin Renewal treatment.
What if you went and developed a range of skin care based on a combination of 1 or 2 hyaluronic acids and 1 or 2 peptides?
How we choose to present ourselves is often a reflection of our personality and how we feel. The same goes for companies, and we felt the time had come for us to update our look.
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