You have to change up your wardrobe every season, so this shouldn’t it be the same for your skincare routine. In preparation for Autumn, we all start buying jumpers and coats, but very few people change their skincare routine to keep skin radiant as the weather cools down.
Here are our top tips on what you should be doing as the seasons’ change.
Days get longer, and life gets better in the Summer. That is until you have to deal with the heat and how it affects your hair. The last thing you want to do is spend time doing your hair when spending time outside in the heat wave is going to ruin it. We’ve put together some Summer hairstyles and products to make your hair gorgeous.
It isn’t summer without a refreshing drink, and we’ve put together some of our favourite summer mocktail recipes and even made them daytime friendly.
These are our recipes for healthy and happy skin. They all contain lots of ingredients that are good for your body and great for your skin, so you can enjoy your summer drink of choice, knowing you are treating your body at the same time.
The UK is hot right now with this sizzling heatwave, which can take effect on our skin, hair, and nails, with humidity, pollution, hayfever and more exposure to UV rays, it’s even more important to give ourselves a little extra TLC.
If you love it or hate it, Love Island has gripped the nation for the past month and even we can’t resist keeping up with #Jani and how loyal Georgia is! But Love Island has taught us a lot of things about beauty and hair, so we wanted to share them with you.
We have put together some of our favourite smoothie recipes, which all contain foods that have properties to help your skin and hair, they are great for Summer. We all know that food is so essential for our skin, these smoothies all contain lots of superfoods and Vitamin C, which is a vital ingredient in getting you healthy skin from the inside.
Acne breakouts are a common problem for everyone of any age or gender. Breakouts not only include symptoms such as inflamed skin and red pimples and blemishes, as well as damage to self-esteem, but can also leave long-lasting scars and discolouration. Often these scars are a telltale sign that somebody has had a long battle with acne breakouts, with many wondering whether their skin will ever give them a break and heal properly. Luckily, there are many ways to not only prevent acne scarring, but also reduce and remove acne scars to leave your face looking bright and blemish-free once again.
Running is a great way to get a satisfying workout without having to go to the gym or buy expensive equipment. It’s also one of the most effective ways to relieve stress. Unfortunately, many people don’t realise just how physically demanding running can be on the body, especially on your joints. Runners experience regular aches and pains in their joints because of the physical toll that running can take on the body. Here are a few ways you can avoid and relieve those pesky joint problems you may have as a runner.
The aging process is a reality for every living thing, and something that everyone wrestles with. Over the years, attitudes towards aging have drastically changed as a new generation of seniors brings with it modern views towards physical and mental health, and increasing acceptance and adoption of technology and new trends. Rather than living with chronic conditions, younger seniors have taken to being proactive in the prevention of age-related medical problems.
The state of your digestive health is something that probably doesn’t often cross your mind, but recently the topic has been thrust into the spotlight because of a variety of revelations about digestion and its role in your overall health. With all this recent talk about digestive and gut health, there’s a very good chance you’ve heard the term “good digestion” but are you actually aware of what it means and what it can do for you?
After a long, harsh Winter season, you’ve probably noticed that the weather has done a number on your hair. Freezing temperatures, combined with dry air and high winds, can leave hair looking and feeling dry, damaged, and dull.
Researchers from the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore have made a major breakthrough in the healing of wounds. The team of scientists created water-soluble collagen from the scales of fish and published their findings in Acta Biomaterialia, an international peer-reviewed journal.
Skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis, or acne can drastically reduce your quality of life by causing dry, itchy, inflamed, irritated, or splotchy skin that can be uncomfortable, unsightly, or just embarrassing for sufferers.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) can be an extreme inconvenience for those who live with the condition, bringing with it a number of symptoms that can decrease your quality of life. Some of these symptoms include bloating, gas, diarrhea, constipation, abdominal pain, and cramping.
A recent study conducted by the British Journal of Dermatology has linked acne with an increased risk of depression. The study took place over two decades and found that acne patients are 63% more likely to develop depression compared to patients without acne.
Having a sensitivity to gluten or being diagnosed with celiac disease or other similar conditions caused by gluten can mean major life changes, especially when it comes to your diet. While sensitivity to gluten continues to be a common problem, it’s estimated that only about 1% of the population is affected by celiac disease.
Collagen is an extremely versatile protein that can be found in many nutritional supplements and body lotions. Collagen may also play an important role in improving digestive health.
The peculiarly named bladderwrack seaweed is one of the most common types of brown seaweed found in the world. This common kelp is notable for being a major source of iodine, and has been used all around the world in traditional and alternative medicines since the early 1800’s.