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Clear Start – Great Skin Should Run In The Family

Clear start is a skin care line for teens and young adults developed to both prevent and treat symptoms of mild to moderate breakouts and acne. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, acne is the most common skin concern in the USA, affecting 40 to 50 million Americans.  For many people, acne begins during […]



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Skin changes during the menopause.

From puberty to pregnancy, we are aware of the effects of hormones on our skin. Skin changes during menopause include dryness, increased UV sensitivity, hormonal breakouts, pigmentation spots and dull, exhausted-looking skin are just a few of the effects fluctuating hormones may have on our complexion as we journey through perimenopause – the phase which […]



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Skin Omegas+

There are many omega-3 products out there that claim to provide incredible benefits, some obviously better than others. But which ones really work? To help you choose, I will share my experience of Advanced Nutrition Programme Skin Omegas My skin was dehydrated and dull. Since taking Skin Omegas+( about a year now)  it has completely […]



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Best Cool Peels for Winter Skin.

It’s time to assist your skin that may have had many happy moments soaking up the sun’s rays. If you have been using high chemical SFP during the summer month you may be experiencing negative effects such as dryness, underlying pigmentation issues often surface along with perhaps solar comedones concerns. We are approaching the winter […]



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How to transition your skincare from Autumn to Winter.

As a time of transition, autumn is the best time to repair that summer damage and prepare your skin for the months ahead. The cooler weather can cause our skin barrier to become dull, dry and prone to breakouts. Pair this with that fading summer glow, which may now reveal age spots, pigmentation and redness, […]



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Psoriasis

Psoriasis affects around 2 in 100 people in the UK. It can start at any age but most often develops in adults between 20 and 30 years old and between 50 and 60 years old. It affects men and women equally. On brown, black, and white skin the patches can look pink or red and […]



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