Dealing With Acne in Autumn and Winter

Something which seems to be really common with acne sufferers is that their skin is actually much better during the Spring and Summer than it is in Autumn and Winter. This is usually to do with a number of factors, such as the fact that sun exposure seems to help …

Which Colour Correcting Concealer Do I Need?

If you’ve ever spent any time near a beauty counter or make-up concession, you’ll know that there are all different types of products for making your skin look great, from primers to foundations to BB creams to concealers. You may also have noticed that there are a whole range of …

Skincare for Santa

Being Santa must be a really tough job. You spend all year tucked away at The North Pole, making toys, keeping lists of who’s naughty and nice, and keeping thousands of elves in check, only to spend one manic night flying around the world in an open-top sleigh making sure …

September is the month to look after your skin

Summer is fading fast, as are our tans. Whilst feeling the sun on your skin is great, those days spent by the pool and on the beach, will have played havoc with your skin. September is the perfect time to take a stock and look after your skin and give …

The truth about Rosacea

April is Rosacea Awareness Month but how much do we actually know about this long-term (chronic) skin condition? Around eight million people in the UK have Rosacea (pronounced roh-ZAY-sha) a condition which makes the skin flush easily, causes redness on the cheeks, chin, forehead and nose, and sees the developments …

Rosacea – The Low Down

Rosacea is a common, but poorly understood long-term skin condition that mainly affects the face and whilst it doesn’t cause scaring it can be uncomfortable and embarrassing. What causes rosacea? The medical profession doesn’t fully understand Rosacea, but many believe it is to do with in the blood vessels in …