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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Okay so maybe the parties won’t go ahead quite as planned this year, or maybe they will be a House Party or Zoom version online instead, who knows quite frankly! But you know what? We don’t need a reason to get our skin in good order, do it for yourself, for your skin, it deserves to be looked after and it will be with you long after this year is a distant unpleasant memory! So what do we recommend?
We really can’t believe that it’s almost that time of year already, but Christmas is fast approaching! If you haven’t yet started to think about gift ideas for those special people in your life, now is a great time to take a look at our shop and peruse our professional range of skincare products.
Every good thing requires dedication. This is no different when it comes to the health of your skin. If having great skin is something you hope to achieve, it’s time to make some changes and adopt these 5 habits for healthy and luminous skin.
Rosacea, or facial flushing, is when parts of your face including nose and cheeks are constantly red. It may be that you have raised, itchy bumps or pustules and broken capillaries, or you may just flush red with certain ‘triggers.’ So if rosacea is leaving you red in the face, literally, it’s time to try these tips for yourself.
Ever wondered what the bumps on the back of your arms are called? ‘Keratosis Pilaris’ is their technical name. These tiny little bumps that look like goosebumps form when too much keratin builds up in the skin’s hair follicles. This gives skin a bumpy texture. They can also look red in appearance. During microdermabrasion exfoliating crystals and a vacuum action help to remove the build-up. The hair follicle is cleared of debris leaving skin smooth and clear.
Our hands are one of the first areas to show the signs of ageing and they work hard for us too! This treatment will not only ensure your nails look good it will make your hands look amazing too. Age spots, fine lines and wrinkles, dry and dehydrated skin; microdermabrasion will fight the signs of ageing and improve the absorption of hand creams whilst keeping moisture locked in.
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