Health, skin & wellness education
Winter Skin Tips
Dry & Irritated skin Education
Find your skin struggles that little bit more through Winter? With temperatures dropping, there is less moisture in the air which means less moisture going into our skin. Watch this video and learn some quick, helpful tips to support your skin without having to change up your entire skin game.
Australian skincare brand Bare Roots is making a name for itself with organic products aimed to help simplify professional organic facials and skin treatments.
Essential oils (EO) have rapidly gained popularity in recent years and for good reason! They are extremely versatile in how they can be used, often being utilised for tox free cleaning, emotional wellbeing, skincare, face & body treatments and additions to food.
As we progress into a more educated, conscious future there is no doubt consumers are becoming more mindful about what they put into their bodies. With alternative medicine gaining popularity and natural remedies being the new go to, it's not surprising consumers are now turning over the back of their cosmetic products and analysing what exactly is in them
A delivery system is uniquely dependant on the formula and how it reaches the skin. Whilst you may find faster results with synthetic cosmeceutical ranges with specialised delivery systems, this does not necessarily mean they are better. Quick deliveries can often carry a higher risk of irritation and some have not been tested for any long term health effects in the body.
What is a skin condition?If you haven’t already established your skin type please take our online quiz and read through our ‘what is a skin type’ blog…(trust me it’ll be a big help in getting it right!)So we now know that a skin type is something you are born with and cannot change (unless you have undergone some strong meds or extreme hormonal changes).
Time and time again we have heard of skin types as fitting into 5 categories: Oily, Dry, Combination, Sensitive and Normal. It’s what skincare brands talk about on their packaging & marketing and it’s also what has been traditionally taught in the beauty curriculum. It is easy enough to try guess what we fall in to and therefore choose our skin care accordingly; however, we believe really understanding your skin type is the first step in overcoming your skin concerns for good.