Skincare is so important for your skin health but it doesn’t need to be complicated. A simple routine applied consistently along with the use of a good SPF will ensure your skin is kept in great condition.
The SkinBase blog brings together all our dermatological knowledge and expertise so you can find the best treatments and tips for your skin. We tell you all about the key ingredients for effective skincare and how they can help and benefit your skin. Used alongside your SkinBase facials, the advice from our blog will ensure your skin is always looking its best.
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Winter will soon be here and it’s the time of year that can play havoc with your skin. Start your winter beauty routine now and by the time the cold winter weather arrives you’ll be prepared. Here are some tips to help you.
If you want your skin to look firm and glowing you need to look after your diet and have a good beauty routine to include moisturising and sunscreen. Vitamins and minerals are important factors for skin care, especially the B vitamins.
When you’re looking at a skin cream, you’ll find that vitamin B is used widely along with vitamins A and C and retinol. Here’s a quick guide to each B vitamin and how they help to keep your skin looking good.
Here at SkinBase, we love exfoliating, but it must be done properly to be able to get great results. After all, our award-winning microdermabrasion facial is an exfoliating treatment that can work wonders and brighten up your beautiful face. But it’s vital that you look after your skin and don’t over-exfoliate.
As well as looking after your skin, you could also help your teenager to develop a good skin routine. Although it’s a time when spots and acne can become a problem there are things that your teenager can do to improve their skin’s appearance. Here are some tips you can pass on to them.
What you put in your mouth has a significant effect on your skin, and while you think that a low-fat diet may be good for you, it can have disastrous consequences on your skin. This is because low-fat diets tend to include a lot of sugar and sweeteners.
We all know vitamins are good for us, but how do they benefit our skin? Here’s a short explanation of how vitamins A to E can help.