Get to grips with rosacea

While people don’t tend to talk about it much, the skin condition rosacea is a problem for more people than you would think. The acne-like inflammatory condition tends to affect the cheeks, forehead, chin and nose, and while symptoms come and go, it can be a real pain, on many …

Taking the stress out of sensitive skin

Having sensitive skin might seem like a curse, but don’t despair as there are things you can do to improve its condition and your confidence. Signs that you do have sensitive skin include: Tight, uncomfortable feeling skin on your face, neck and body which is sometimes sore or sensitive to …

Keeping resolutions the easy way

We are pretty sure that at some point over Christmas the conversation will have turned to New Year’s resolutions. This is an age-old tradition of turning over a new leaf, or two, and creating a sparkling new you that everyone will love and admire. Whilst our intentions are good, keeping …

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 …