Peels are formulated to remove a significant amount of dead cells from the top layers of your skin (more than your usual exfoliation is capable of), consequently your skin is much more vulnerable and sensitive to external aggressors such as UV rays. Winter is also...View Post
Simply put, toning lotion (also known as toner) is a step in the cleansing process that removes all the stuff left behind on your skin after washing, such as makeup, excess oils, impurities, dead skin cells, or even residue left from your cleanser.
This is great for your skin especially if you have oily skin or suffer from breakouts. Learn more about the benefits of a toning lotion....View Post
The eyes may be the window to your soul, but if not taken care of, what they will show instead is your age or how late you stayed up last night!
The skin around the eyes is three times thinner than the skin on the rest of your face. This means it has less sebaceous glands, less collagen and elastin, making it extremely vulnerable to environmental factors as it lacks natural protection.
Then to think we blink approximately 10,000 times a day, squint constantly at bright lights or blurry things, it is no wonder our eyes are the first to show signs of ageing and fatigue.
Yet, the fallacy that our face moisturiser should be adequate to care for the eye contour is sadly not true. Our poor overworked and fragile eye contours need products formulated specifically to deal with their unique skin structure.
With options a plenty, we discuss the main types of eye products and our favourites from Mary Cohr and Payot.View Post