Stretch marks, also sometimes referred to as battle scars, are a common side effect of pregnancy. We take a closer look at why these occur, whether it’s possible to prevent these marks and how topical treatments can help your skin.
Want healthy and plump skin? Take a look at what you’re eating. We explore the relationship between skin and vitamin C in food, and why this vitamin is so vital for the health and youthfulness of your complexion.
The pH Balancing Thermal Water
Thermal water’s soothing properties make it the ideal solution for post-chemical peel skin. We explain why it helps with the after effects.
If you find that your skin reacts to weather changes or after applying beauty products, you may have sensitive skin. It’s important to choose a moisturizer that addresses this skin condition, and has been formulated to reduce its reductivity.
Inspired by the concept of rehydrating your body after exercise, a rehydration solution is the key to fighting daily skin dehydration. We explore how this solution composition works.
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.
One of the most noticeable signs of aging, especially on the face and neck area, are dark spots, age and liver spots. We explore what they are, their causes and how a vitamin C serum can help reduce and even prevent them.
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.
“Replenishing” or “hydrating” skincare products: do you know the difference between these two commonly misunderstood concepts?
Is sugar really responsible for premature aging? Alongside dermatologist and skin expert Dr. Nina Roos, we take a look at some of the most common myths about diet and skin aging.