You have probably heard of ‘Minimalist Beauty’ at some point or another. Learn more about this beauty trend and how you can apply it in both your skincare and makeup routine!
After getting a deep understanding of Lines & Wrinkles and Puffiness in [Part 1], we believe Dark Circles and Eyebags can't be left out of your concerns. This part also gives out 4 ultimate tips for looking after your eye area.
So... Let's continue!
We have all heard the saying “it’s all in the eyes,” and so much of that is true. Past and recent scientific findings confirm that your eyes do indeed tell the world so much about you both consciously and unconsciously. They can indicate important health concerns and how well you are looking after yourself.
Let's continue our journey of understanding ageing and how to slow it down! This blog talks about the processes behind ageing and the visible signs of ageing and our general advice for your skin.
No doubt, for many, it’s a sensitive topic – but one that is unavoidable.
Everyone is facing it, some with more enthusiasm than others. Ageing – the process of becoming older. Learn the causes of ageing and the things you can avoid to keep your skin as young and healthy as possible.
Finding the right foundation is like finding the perfect pair of jeans. Once you meet, it becomes a long-time trusted companion.
A must-read for anyone who wears foundation.
When it comes to talking about the skin, this is one of the most important topics to address first, for a couple of reasons. The first one is because the foundation for building your skincare regime is based on your individual type and secondly, because even though most people feel they know their skin type, it is actually often misdiagnosed and misunderstood.
Let’s talk about Hyperpigmentation. This is one of the most commonly revealed skin conditions that we hear about. Most of us can identify it quite easily when we see it. But let’s define what Hyperpigmentation a little more clearly: It’s an area of skin significantly darker than your skin’s natural pigment base. Simply put, it’s skin discolouration.