Talking Skin Types – Acne Skin

Acne is when there are spots on the skin most of the time, normally with a combination of blackheads, white heads, bumps under the skin and sometimes hard painful boils. Acne skin often comes from within, things like stress, hormones, diet and allergies can be huge factors. What can worsen acne is if the skin… Read more

Talking Skin Types – Sensitive

Sensitive skin often looks pink or red, frequently with a dry, uneven skin texture. Older or thinner sensitive skin is often more prone to broken capillaries. Sensitive skin typically effects the cheeks but can be all over the face and neck, including the chest.  Sensitive skin can be prone to flushing when exposure to extreme… Read more

How to stay positive

It can be really difficult to stay positive at this time and it’s easy to be consumed in the negativity spread by the media so here are a few of our favourite ways to keep your head up and a clear mind! Feel free to save this to your phones, make it your screen wallpaper… Read more

Talking Skin Types – Normal/ Dehydrated

What a pleasure to have normal skin! If you live in London all skin is dehydrated so this is not a huge drama, and with the right products and lifestyle it’s very easy to treat. What I would say is don’t take it for granted that you have no skin concerns – care and nurture… Read more

Talking Skin Types – Oily/ Congested

Congested skin basically means blocked pores. Congestion can be blackheads, white heads or bumps under the skin. Oily skin is when there is too much oil produced in the pores, this can make the skin look shiny and feel greasy, especially as the day goes on. The concern that I always have with oily congested… Read more

Talking Skin Types – Dry/ Congested

Congested skin basically means blocked pores. Congestion can be blackheads, white heads or bumps under the skin. People often think that their skin must be oily to be congested but that is not always true – dry and congested skin is very common especially if the skin is not being cleansed correctly or the wrong… Read more