Do you actually know what your Vitamin C serum is doing for you? Or why you should include it in your skincare routine, stat.
Our Vitamin C ingredient, found in all our Dream Serums as part of our Trios, is derived from the Kakadu Plums, which have the highest recorded natural amount of vitamin C of any food in the world.
Valentine’s Day is all about the roses and the chocolates, right?
We’re not so sure. What gift can you give to someone that they will remember every morning and every night?
Skincare! The gift of glowing skin is something everyone can appreciate, no matter what.
We understand it can be daunting and overwhelming when embarking on the journey of avoiding toxic ingredients in your cosmetics.
The alarming truth is that the law is very relaxed and does not protect the consumer against all these toxins found in skincare products. Products are allowed to be marketed without government approval of these dangerous ingredients.
Natural skincare products are not a new craze, by any means. Everywhere you look these days, brands are claimed 100% natural, organic, pure ingredients.
But do these naturally derived elements actually work for your skin?
Short answer, yes. But how and why? We are diving into a look at the various different factors that can affect your skin type and sometimes cause a complete 180 in how your skin behaves (bit rude, really.)
And more importantly, how you can handle these skin changes.
If you, like so many of us, like to partake of a tasty alcoholic beverage or two every now and then, you may have noticed some not so attractive side effects for your skin. These may include redness, dry, scaly skin, breakouts and inflammation. Not something you want to wake up to, after a night out.