We keep you updated with the latest aesthetic trends and give you some pieces of advice to help you keep your skin healthy and prevent skin aging.
Tight buttocks, toned thighs, long legs, thin waist and firm skin….We all wish to have a slender figure and look attractive in our swimwear, but the truth is that after long hours at the office, winter meals, stress, etc. most of us need to take extra care of our bodies before heading to the beach.
Any skin alteration or aesthetical disorder is upsetting and disturbing, especially when it affects the part our body that best reflects our inner self, our faces. However, acne can also affect other body parts such as back, upper chest or shoulders.
I had the chance to spend some time in Costa Rica last month and saw the most spectacular butterflies that I could have ever imagined. Colorful silk wings of vivid colors fluttering around with amazing grace, they moved as if they were dancing…How does this image differ from the creeping furry caterpillar they used to be? It astonishes me to think that they, the caterpillar and the butterfly, are the same subject with exactly the same genetic information, how can it look and act so differently? The answer to this question resides in Epigenetics.
Hyperpigmentations are harmless dark skin patches caused by a localized increase of melanin production. There are different types of hyperpigmentations and they can be triggered by different factors such as sun exposure, hormonal disorders or wound healing. Most of the population are affected or have been affected by this alteration at some point in their lifetime.
We all probably ask ourselves the same question every time that we find clumps of hair in the hairbrush, is it just the normal hair shedding or is it something more serious?
Facing a new season after the summer break can seem a little hard but don’t let the post-holiday blues and the back-to-school hustle steal your energy.
Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that has multiple benefits for our overall health. Furthermore, and focusing on skin health, it can be used topically to prevent the effects of photoageing.
In our last post, Sun & Skin, we learnt about the pros and cons of sun exposure. Among the pros we mentioned that limited sun exposure promotes the natural formation of melanin which gives colour to our skin and protects us from UV radiation. In this post we are going to learn the different skin phototypes so you can determine yours.
The Sun is an important source of energy and it is essential for life. Nowadays, we are aware about the dangers of excessive sun exposure but, do you really know why and how sun exposure affects your skin health? In this post, we are going to have a look to the benefits and the dangers of sun exposure, and you will learn about the different types of UV radiation.
With summer around the corner we need to recall some skin care routine constants in order to prepare our skin.
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