our monthly wellbeing articles

December

what is red light therapy

Red light therapy (RLT) is a treatment that may help skin, muscle tissue, and other parts of your body heal. It exposes you to low levels of red or near-infrared light. Infrared light is a type of energy your eyes can’t see, but your body can feel as heat. Red light is similar to infrared, but you can see it.

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November

Collagen Creams – Do they work?

All collagen products are beneficial for your skin right? It’s understandable if you group all collagen products in the same category, but be careful here because they’re not all the same. To simplify this, there are two ways to see collagen products:

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October

Autumn Skin care

As the nights start drawing in, chances are it’s more than just your body clock that’s being thrown off-kilter. Tight skin, rough knuckles, chapped lips? Say hello to winter, about to wreak havoc from head-to-toe. What you need know to keep your complexion happy throughout the cold snap. From your face to your feet, here’s how to winter-proof your skin – starting now.

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September

SKIN CREAMS EXPLAINED

Do you ever feel like you need to slather yourself in moisturizer after getting out of the shower? If so, you’re not alone. Many people use skin creams as part of their everyday beauty routine. But what do you know about them? Keep reading for all you need to know about skin creams!

 

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August

Healthy skin in our middle years

As you age, your skin changes. It becomes thinner, drier and less elastic. You may also see wrinkles, age spots and other changes. These changes are a natural part of aging. But they can be aggravated by sun exposure, smoking, poor diet and other factors.
To help keep your skin healthy and hydrated in your middle years

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July

The Effects of Collagen in Thyroid Disorders

Collagen is important for thyroid health, hormonal balance, and healthy nutrition
It’s hard to get enough collagen from dietary sources, therefore, Collagen Supplementation is advised.

What does the thyroid do?

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June

Myths of skin care

Are you still using the same skincare routine you had in your 20s? If so, it might be time for a change. As we get older, our skin changes, and we need to tweak our skincare routine to accommodate those changes. In this post, we’ll debunk three myths about skincare for women of middle age. Keep reading to learn more!

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May

Buckle up for spring

As we grow older, our skin ages with us. It loses its lustre and youthful glow and the process of rejuvenation slows down. The skin starts looking dull and saggy but that does not mean you should stop taking care of your skin. You can still look striking and make your skin look flawless and healthy if you take good care of it. You might need to take a few extra steps but if the result is younger-looking fresh skin, why not?

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April

The right cleansers and moisturisers

Aging manifests as wrinkles, fine lines, crow feet, and saggy skin on the outside. But have you ever wondered what the biological basis of aging is? As your age increases, cellular and molecular damage accumulates over the years. The number of functional and viable cells decreases with age and the integral proteins of your skin also undergo degradation with time. This is the reason why a person has weaker muscles, bones, and immunity as well as poor skin health. A healthy and proper skincare routine will…

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March

The Importance of Sleep

We bring out the best products to treat our skin with a seven-step skincare routine, invest in foundations and top-rated organic products, all just because we want flawless skin. What we do not know is that we can do something very uncomplicated to achieve beautiful skin, and that is sleeping…

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February

Ageing neck

Most of us may feel the need to wear scarves or high-necks just to hide those wrinkles, creases, and pigmentation on our necks. This is because the skin on our necks is delicate and ages easily

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January

Tone your skin

As we age so does our skin. Our skin becomes dehydrated with time, and that is a reflection of our long hard-working routines. 

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