The trend for using facial oils has grown enormously in recent years. Not so long ago most of us wouldn’t dream of smearing our faces in pure oil for fear of our skin resembling an oil slick.
Whenever I spot a cosmetic product that claims to be chemical free I am always dubious. Either the company doesn’t have a basic understanding of chemistry or they are trying to mislead their customers.
Healthy skin starts from within and a healthy balanced diet can lead to better skin whatever your age.
A massive victory was achieved in 2013 when the EU introduced a complete ban on the sale of all new cosmetics that have been tested on animals.
I launched my soap making courses in the spring of 2015 in response to popular demand and it has been a truly amazing experience. It is really rewarding to receive so much positive feedback after teaching a class.
The New Year means a fresh start. A chance to take stock and make positive changes. These changes may include New Year skincare resolutions.
Recently I shared an article on Facebook from The Guardian. “Antibacterial soap with triclosan 'no better at killing germs' – study,” where researchers say that washing your hands with antibacterial soap is not much better at killing germs than regular soap.
It’s officially autumn and as we enter the new season and the cold weather approaches it’s time to think about how the change in season can affect your skin. In the colder weather your skin will definitely need some extra TLC.
Silicones have been used in beauty products for many years. Silicone is an element found in silica which is the most common constituent of sand but it undergoes extensive chemical processing before it is suitable for adding to beauty products.