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Travel Friendly Skin Care Hacks.

The countdown until summer vacation is on. Your bags are packed and you’ve managed to fit your full skin and hair regime into one case, not to mention the last month prepping your complexion for that all-important holiday glow. Travelling and in particular flying can cause havoc upon our complexion due to the cabin’s recycled […]

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Everything you need to know about Retinol.

What is Retinol? Retinol is a topical derivative of vitamin A that exfoliates the skin, regenerates cell production, and boosts collagen production over a matter of hours. This multitasking saviour will also help your skin better absorb any other products you apply afterwards such as serums, night creams and overnight masks. Why should I use […]

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Vitamin D, the sunshine Vitamin.

Vitamin D is essential for the formation and maintenance of strong bones, teeth and muscles as it assists the body to absorb calcium and phosphate from our diet. Vitamin D is produced under the skin, it is a fatty substance called ergosterol and occurs when we are exposed to sunlight. Vitamin D is our sunshine […]

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What is in my Makeup Bag Right Now?

Hello lovely readers! What is in my makeup bag? I’m glad you asked. Of course I use a range of skin care products, that have been discussed in pervious blogs, but this post is focussing on makeup. Everyone has their favourite brands and types of makeup, liquid or powder foundation, cream or pressed powder blush, […]

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Don’t limit powerful anti-ageing ingredients to your face.

Did you know Vitamin A/ retinol works wonders for the skin on the body as well as the face? Retinol is more than just a skincare trend. It is Environ’s cornerstone ingredient. When applied on the body, retinol body lotions can even out skin tone, moisturise, and address crepe-iness.  When you start using retinol-containing products, begin with every other day […]

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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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