How to Deal with Year Round Skin Woes

How to Deal with Year Round Skin Woes

Your skin goes through a lot each day - from the burning hot sun into air-conditioned shade to bright sunlight to cold rain and that’s just the weather! But keeping your skin soft and smooth doesn’t have to be impossible. The key is to figure out what your skin needs throughout the year to stay beautiful.

Though some problems might persist throughout the year, others are definitely attached to particular seasons. As the weather changes, the needs of your skin change too and so your skincare routine should step up to prevent as well as cure.

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Sensational Style: Feeling Fabulous in Your Forties and Fifties

Sensational Style: Feeling Fabulous in Your Forties and Fifties

It’s easy to assume that it’s just your late teens and early twenties that are all about experimenting with your style. However later down the line, when you reach your forth and fifth decade in life, it’s excellent time to start switching things up again and getting creative with your look. It’s a time when you’ve had your children and they’ve all grown up, and you have chance to find yourself and develop your own identity again. As well as taking up new hobbies and exploring new interests, you get to reinvent yourself and have a lot of fun in the process. Here are some of the ways you can feel fabulous in your forties, fifties and beyond.

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Summer Skincare Essentials

Summer Skincare Essentials

During the summertime, it is nice to be able to wake up in the morning and go straight outside wearing our natural face. Wearing makeup during the summer is great, but when we are on holiday we don’t always want to be putting lots of products onto our face. Here are some of the skincare essentials you need to know to keep your skin super soft and supple this summer and with a natural glow.

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Are Lasers the Answer to Aging Skin?

Are Lasers the Answer to Aging Skin?

Keeping your skin looking fresh and healthy as you age becomes harder.  The environment and genetics both play a part in how our skin ages but if we choose to disrupt the aging process there are a number of options to choose from. 

First, let’s look at how our face ages.  We tend to focus on wrinkles and sagging but other changes also occur as we get older.  For example, our foreheads appear bigger as our hairline recedes.  It’s not your imagination, your ears are actually getting larger as the cartilage in them grows.  And it’s not just your jowl that sags, the tip of your nose may also start to droop as the connective tissue along the cartilage weakens.  Thus, making it appear longer. 

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