As any seasoned traveller knows, flying can wreak havoc on your complexion, often resulting in dehydrated, puffy and irritated skin. If you’re about to enjoy some air travel, we’re sharing how you can take care of your skin at 35,000 feet to ensure you touch down holiday ready.
You may have noticed a lot of charcoal-based products in stores over the last year or so. If you’re looking for the ultimate pore-cleansing, acne fighting natural treatment that can be used both in-clinic and at home, you can’t beat a good charcoal mask. Jodie King explains…
It’s just as important to look after your skin in winter as it is in summer. Don’t be fooled into thinking that cooler temperatures mean you don’t need to moisturise. In fact, as the temperature drops, so does the moisture level in your skin.
So why do we need a separate product for our eyes? The tissue around our eyes is different. It is more prone to dryness, more fragile, thinner and faster to show the signs of ageing and fatigue. Squinting and general facial movements such as smiling or laughing will also hasten ageing. The eye area, unlike the rest of your face, does not contain oil glands that help to keep the skin moist.This delicate area is easily prone to sensitivity when using regular skin products. Stinging, burning, oedema and milia are all common side effects of using the wrong product around the eyes.