When it comes to achieving healthy, glowing skin, Vitamin A’s a skincare superhero. This powerhouse nutrient, also known as retinol, can deliver serious benefits to your skin. From reducing the appearance of wrinkles to combatting acne and dull skin, it’s a must-have ingredient in any skincare routine.
Let’s take a closer look at this amazing ingredient, including what type of retinol you need in your routine.
Propolis is a natural ingredient that’s used in Korean skincare to soothe, calm and moisturise the skin. It’s sometimes known as bee glue, which should give you a hint on where it comes from - so if you’re allergic to bees or pollen, then this is one to skip.
Let’s take a look at this Korean wonder-ingredient and how you can add it into your daily skincare routine (spoiler alert: it couldn’t be easier).
Sitting out in the sun can feel great and give your body and brain a boost of vitamin D. What’s not so great is what it does to your skin. If you love getting a tan, then it might be a big surprise to find out that that glowy tan is actually sun damage.
Here’s everything you need to know about the sun, your skin, and how to keep it protected from damage.
With the change of season upon us, it is time to look for ways to add an extra boost of hydration to our skincare routine - enter, the 7-skin method.
The 7-skin method is taking the beauty world by storm and is relatively simple to add to your routine. It is based on the principle of applying seven layers of hydrating toner (or essence) to your skincare routine.
At this point in our skin journeys, many of us will be familiar with the benefits of powerhouse ingredients like Hyaluronic Acid, Vitamin C, and a host of other ingredients doing the most in skincare products.
BUT – what about the other star ingredients keeping a lower profile – like Tiger Grass, Tamanu Seed Oil and Hemp Seed Oil?