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What is the best way to take care of your skin?

What is the best way to take care of your skin?

As you perhaps already know, many factors affect the look and appearance of our skin, including the food and drinks we consume, the habits we have in relation to smoking and sun exposure, and the types of skincare products we use. To put it another wya: taking care of your skin is also about taking care of ourselves. In this post, we'll be taking a look at some specific skincare factors that support healthy, happy skin. Skincare routines: There are almost as many skincare routines as there are people using skincare. All of us have our own preferred routines, which...

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Simple tips and tricks for life with sensitive skin

Simple tips and tricks for life with sensitive skin

People with sensitive skin are often characterised as having what's known as a "lower barrier integrity. This means that external stimuli are able to penetrate and affect the skin, triggering processes that leads to reddening, itching and scaling. So it's no surprise that what people with sensitive skin apply on their skin has a tremendous effect on the reactions they experience. To help you make the best choices for your sensitive skin, we have compiled a list of things to keep in mind: Cleansers and facial washes are something that many people have as part of their daily routine, but...

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Advice on treating and preventing dry, flaky legs

Advice on treating and preventing dry, flaky legs

As summer approaches and people are donning shorts and swimsuits, the last thing you want is to have dry, flaky skin on your legs. So, what causes dy skin to occur on your legs, and how can you treat and prevent it? Parched skin symptoms Mild parched skin symptoms include some flaking and a feeling of tightness in the affected areas. A more extreme condition can result in redness, itching, cracking in the skin, peeling and deep fissures that can even bleed. The continual scratching that many sufferers experience from parched skin can eventually lead to open ulcers or sores....

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Tips for living with dry skin & eczema

Tips for living with dry skin & eczema

Living with dry and itchy skin can be frustrating. So, to help you, here are some tips from our team of skin experts to incorporate in your daily life: Limit your time in the shower or bath to 5 or 10 minutes. Water is very drying on the skin, so limit contact time to prevent too much moisture loss from the skin. Use warm rather than hot water, this will also help to limit the drying effect of washing. Replace standard soaps with a gentle, fragrance-free cleanser. You can substitute your standard soap with an emollient product, which will also...

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Season change: Autumn-proof your skin

Season change: Autumn-proof your skin

Autumn has arrived and it’s a time to cozy up and breathe in that lovely crisp air. Unfortunately, this is also the kick-off season for dry-skin due to the change in weather conditions. The humidity in the air lowers which means you might experience your skin feeling dry and itchy, or perhaps you’re dealing with more severe symptoms such as flakes and cracks. It’s time for action: If your skin is weather sensitive, you’ll be able to support its natural properties by adding some simple changes to your skin routine. Finding the right fit Transitioning your skincare into one that...

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