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Christmas is a time for getting together with friends and family, being merry and going out to more than one party. Exciting as it is, it all takes its toll on our skin, and it’s not something which can be hidden either.
The most common issues that affect our eyes are wrinkles, crepiness, crow’s feet, fine lines, puffiness, sagging, loss of elasticity and dark circles.
Phew, quite a list, but there ARE ways of addressing these concerns, with both prevention and reduction in mind.
If the everyday realities of the world have left you feeling stressed or struggling to sleep, a cup of chamomile tea at night can help due to its renowned relaxation properties. While the soothing effects of chamomile tea are widely known for the body, there are also many chamomile skin care benefits too.
Glycolic acid is a natural ingredient derived from sugar cane. You’ll find Glycolic Acid in many chemical peels due to high percentages being very effective for skin treatments, and it is even safe enough to use on sensitive skins.
What does the term ‘detox’ mean to you? To most people it’s making up for over-indulgence in rich or unhealthy foods, alcohol, and caffeinated or sugary drinks by avoiding them for short periods of time.
Camphor has multiple health and beauty benefits, and is especially effective when used on the skin. It has been used for many decades to treat hair and skin problems and, is a popular ingredient in Ayurveda beauty treatments.
Green Tea comes from the Camellia Sinensis evergreen shrub. It’s leaves are used to produce tea and is mainly grown and harvested in China and India. To create Green tea, the leaves have to undergo a different withering and oxidation process compared to the leaves that turn into black tea.…
As life is at such a fast pace nowadays, our skin is subjected to far greater and more prolonged attacks from the environment and our own lifestyles. Free radicals are always attacking skin cells so now more than ever we need to utilise effective protection to reduce the short- and long-term damaging effects.