Vitamin C: What Are The Skincare Benefits?

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The health benefits of vitamin C have been well documented over the years. Sailors used to take lemons on their journeys to help prevent scurvy (bleeding gums) and these days most of us up our dose of the vitamin if we feel a cold coming along.

Vitamin C is also a celebrated skincare ingredient – and has been since the 1930s. It’s list of benefits is almost endless and therefore there are hundreds of vitamin C creams and serums on the market. And there is an appetite for them; Pinterest saw a whopping 3379 percent rise in vitamin C ‘pins’ last year. Read More…

Why You Should Introduce Niacinamide Into Your Skincare Routine

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There are many serums on the market that promise to soften your lines, wrinkles, plump up your skin and make it look youthful. Some are really good whilst others just don’t live up to their promises. Enter Niacinamide serum which has the potential to change your skin for the better.

Niacin, also known as vitamin B3 and is found in many supplements, is converted into niacinamide which helps in the manufacture of enzymes that release cellular energy and break down fats more efficiently. Your digestive system, nervous system and brain function all depend upon adequate levels of niacinamide. Read More…

What To Look For In A Good Face Cream

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Face cream is one of those beauty products that you can find in almost every bathroom cabinet. In fact, three quarters of British women and at least half of the male population use a moisturiser every day. With endless products on the market, each with its own enticing promise of better-looking skin, finding the right face cream for you is no mean feat. 

Why should you use a face cream?

There are more than a handful of buzz ingredients that brands highlight on their labels that promise to transform your skin. While smoothing out lines and brightening your complexion are attractive claims, what you really want your cream to do is strengthen your skin’s barrier. Read More…