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.
Today we have a very nagging blog that unfortunately proves Mum knows best. All those times we were asked if we had washed our faces, being in trouble for leaving our faces on the hand towels and even our pillows! Well unfortunately, the madness must stop, by this I mean the leftovers from rushed or improper cleansing.
We all know that pregnancy is a temporary yet joyous time in a woman’s life. Growth factors created in the placenta can lead to skin changes – some beneficial, giving you a younger, healthy looking ‘pregnancy glow’. However, some are less welcome such as pigment changes, acne and telangiectasia (dilated facial veins). This week we are going to tackle some of these skin concerns, and safe treatments, that may arise during your 9 months of pregnancy.