Beetox versus getting a jab to your frown?
You want to look your best. But, you’re not quite ready for anti-wrinkle injections. You’ve heard about creams workin the same way? Bee venom comes to mind. You ponder. If the claims are true then surely bee venom could be a more natural alternative?
Bee venom has been around for a while now but, is it a replacement to anti-wrinkle injections? The short answer? Well, no not really, but then again there’s more to this story and it’s worth taking a look.
The beauty vitamin we all need.
If there were a vitamin that could be named universally as the beauty vitamin, then for me, vitamin D would be the one. Often called the sunshine vitamin, stimulated by exposure to the sun it’s a hormone that interacts with a type of cholesterol found in your skin.
This magical interaction should store vitamin D for when your body needs it. Great, that all seems simple enough, get a little sunshine, and you’re good to go. And yet, we seem to be missing out.
Niacinamide is an essential ingredient for skin health.
There are so many reasons why you should keep it front and centre in your bathroom cabinet. Of course, many brands are offering a version, and I often get asked which one is best. So, today I’m reviewing five brands giving us a good dose of Niacinamide.
We know so much now. Don’t we?
With so much information at your fingertips, you’d think by now you’d have all the answers and yet you continue to be bombarded with a myriad of advice on some of the most common and often the most annoying and misunderstood skin conditions, leaving you more confused than ever.
Not all Vitamin A derivatives are created equal.
Any skin care company promising to stamp out wrinkles, eliminate brown spots or pigmentation or even clear up acne, will (or should) have some form of Vitamin A contained within the regimen.
Choosing the right vitamin A derivative for your skin can be confusing as not all vitamin A derivatives for the skin are created equal.