SOS measures: how to look good before your big event.
Calling out an SOS. How to get great skin for the big event. In new mask and patch formats, powered up Hyaluronic Acid is the ultimate skin rescue.Read more
More than moisturizing, hyaluronic acid’s anti-ageing properties go next-level.
Why hydration’s powerhouse Hyaluronic Acid is also an anti-ageing gift to skin?
Hyaluronic Acid, the moisture-binding secret behind skin’s plumpness. Dermatology’s most effective hydrating ingredient. And the ingredient that just keeps delivering. New ways of diffusing it into skin, are pushing its benefits beyond moisturizing. Innovations in treatments and innovations in formulas are heightening the ingredient’s impact to plump out lines. From micro-needles of solidified Hyaluronic Acid to diffuse into the skin’s deeper layer to several forms of it combined for upped efficacy, welcome to Hyaluronic Acid’s next generation.
Goodbye face massage, hello face workout.
The results can look like a natural face lift. What’s not to like?
We all know how beneficial exercise is for the body, but what about for your face? Move over facial massage, a host of new face workouts that combine massage techniques with acupressure and face exercises take the circulation-boosting and muscle-toning benefits a step further, with results that include glowing skin, sculpted features and a natural lift. Here’s how to make it a part of your beauty routine.
Skincare over 40: what needs to change.
It’s time to get serious about anti-ageing beauty.
You might have already noticed the effects of skin ageing, or you might be reading this to find out how to safeguard your beauty future. Like so many changes over time, skin ageing can sneak up on you without you realizing. One minute you were running around plump-skinned and glowing, suddenly those looking-a-little-tired days seem to be the norm. It happens to us all, but the good news is that with a few careful choices in your beauty routine - and some powerful active ingredients – you can correct what you see and slow the hands of time.
Peptides: meet the game-changing anti-ageing ingredient
Peptides are the new anti-ageing ingredients to look out for.
With retinol, antioxidants, AHAs and vitamin C all looming large on beauty ingredients lists, it might seem like there’s a new super-active every month. The latest buzzword in beauty is peptides, short chains of amino acids some of which are known for the power to re-start collagen’ production, slowing the ageing process. Here’s why it’s the anti-ageing active you need to know about.
Drink it, pop it, smooth it. Discover the various forms of collagen.
Marine collagen powder, collagen dermal filler, collagen beauty shot…in 2018, there are more options than ever of how to replenish the 1% collagen skin loses every year as it ages. There’s a sea of collagen waters, powders, pills and clinical injectables from different sources – from marine to bovine - to navigate.
Let’s break down the different options for the most vital skin protein of all.
Introducing the collagen diet.
Yes, you can eat your way to boost this vital skin protein.
Collagen, the essential skin protein. The invisible support structure keeping skin firm, plump and young from the inside-out and the outside-in. The protein whose decline is regulated like a timer. Every year, from our late twenties, skin will lose it at a rate of 1%* (1) since its production slows down. But this happens even faster if we over-eat foods that accelerate this natural 1% decline. To find out how much the foods that pass our lips impact the collagen in our skin, read on.
Collagen: everything you need to know.
What you’ve heard is true, your skin depends on it. Do you remember being totally unaware that collagen matters in skin? Possibly when you were 20 years old and your collagen production was so high, 75% (1) higher than it will be with age, you didn’t need to think twice about it. You heard the word collagen mentioned vaguely, you knew it was a protein, you knew it was somehow related to your skin’s structure.Read more
How to get clear skin for the back to school season
We explore the best way to get clear skin and a clear mind to start school in top form.Read more
Here's how a vitamin C serum can benefit your skin
Vitamin C is a powerful ingredient that packs a punch when it comes to skincare. We explore the many benefits it provides, and why a vitamin C serum is one of the most essential products in your skincare routine.Read more
How to use thermal water in your everyday life
Did you know thermal water has multiple uses in a routine and provides numerous benefits? We explore how you can use this effective ingredient in your everyday life.Read more
Treating pregnancy hair: how to deal with common problems?
During pregnancy, some women experience fuller hair due to the extra boost in hormones. We take a closer look at whether or not it’s safe to color your hair while pregnant, why hair loss is common after pregnancy and what you can do to treat your hair.Read more
If thinning hair is a concern, or hair could do with a little more natural volume, scalp massages are often recommended. Aside from the relaxing factor, we explore if it really does boost hair growth.
Many women struggle with dry skin under the eyes. But what causes dryness, eye bags and dark circles in this sensitive area? We asked dermatologist Dr. Nina Roos to explain.
Many acne sufferers believe that the sun has a positive effect on the quality of their skin. But how much truth is there in this? We look at whether or not the sun can improve the condition of acne-prone skin, and how we can also effectively protect it from UV damage.
“Replenishing” or “hydrating” skincare products: do you know the difference between these two commonly misunderstood concepts?
Hyaluronic acid is used as an ingredient in skincare products due to its "unique capacity in retaining water." But did you know that it is also naturally produced by our bodies? Here, we explain the relationship between hyaluronic acid, cutaneous aging and how to improve skin quality through topical application.