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Do's and don'ts for proper face cleansing

Washing your face is generally a simple daily routine that we should be all used to. But are a lot of us doing it wrong? Or not at all?

Is fabric the source of your skin irritation?

Although many medical and lifestyle blogs refer to detergents, cleaners and cosmetics as being one of the main causes of eczema, it is less well-known that your eczema could be the result from direct contact with fabrics. Let's see why. 

The very simple science of clay in skincare

Everybody knows that cosmetic clays have the ability to draw oil and impurities from the skin. There is a great deal of anecdotes about the benefits of clay on your skin, but do you know the science behind it all? If not, and you want to know more, just scroll down....

Alcohol & your skin

Let's start with the basics: Your skin needs moisture - that's the opposite of alcohol.

How do Airless Pump Bottles work (and why do we use them)?

Airless pump bottles protect sensitive products, such as natural skin care creams, serums, foundations, and other preservative-free formula creams, by preventing them from excessive exposure to air, thus increase product shelf life.

Choosing skincare with your head, not your heart

We all react differently to various skincare. You can't force your skin to get used to a particular product. Instead, you have to learn which products give your particular skin type the best results.  It's simply about understanding what you are putting on your face. There is no silver bullet...

Night time is the right time to get great skin!

Some people think night creams are just the beauty industry's way of separating you from more of your money, but the truth is that day and night creams provide different skin benefits.

Facial eczema? Tips to avoid flare-ups

Contrary to popular beliefs, eczema has not been proven to be associated with food allergies. It cannot be cured, but symptoms can be controlled.

Moisturisers - what do they really do?

Moisturisers can help with dry skin for a simple reason: they supply water to the skin and contain a greasy substance that holds it in.