Winter brings with it the coldest months of the year, and one of the first areas to dry out as the cold sets in are our lips.
Peptides are in the spotlight as one of the forerunners in cutting-edge skincare science, as they are known to help increase collagen production. But did you know that they can do so much more? Meet the Family.
We’ve all heard the rumours that vitamin A use should be halted during the summer months. But is it true? In reality, it is completely safe to continue using vitamin A throughout the hotter months, as long as you’re using it carefully…
Sunscreens are your very best tool for preventing premature skin ageing. Did you know that 80% of premature skin ageing is actually caused by UV ray damage, a terrifying statistic which will have you slathering on the SPF in seconds. Exceptionally effective in minimising the risk of skin cancer, sunscreen should be an everyday product on your bathroom shelf.
When it comes to anti-ageing skincare, vitamin A is the absolute gold standard in keeping your skin looking younger for longer. Helping to ramp up collagen production, speeding up cell turnover and tackling hyperpigmentation; there is very little that vitamin A can’t do. But vitamin A has one small drawback: when applied at percentages high enough to visibly improve skin, it can cause mild irritation to the skin when you first start out. In fact, while your skin gets used to vitamin A, it can even cause flaking or peeling. The side effects are temporary, but they do require some perseverance.