The SkinBase™ Beauty Blog

Would you like to have healthy glowing skin? The perfect physique? A healthier diet?… of course you would. Lucky for you we scour the web so you don’t have to and post some of the best ways to get that perfect lifestyle right here in the SkinBase™ blog.

Now is the time to start fixing your pigmentation

Now is the time to start fixing your pigmentation

Winter is well and truly here, and we know that with all this time spent indoors, layers of heavy foundation and of course, the lack of sunshine, it might mean that pigmentation couldn’t be further from your mind! In fact, your pigmentation might have faded to the...

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What’s the Difference Between Freckles and Sun Damage?

Freckles are super cute but they’re not necessarily the result of sun damage. Freckles can appear for different reasons, either by genetics or by damage from the sun. Sun damage can be incredibly harmful for both your skin and health. So, what is the difference...

Does Microdermabrasion Hurt? No!

Does Microdermabrasion hurt One of the concerns we hear most often about microdermabrasion is that it might hurt. We’re not entirely sure where this misconception comes from but we would like to clear it up. It doesn’t and shouldn’t hurt. What is microdermabrasion?...

Happy Mother’s Day – Has someone organised your pampering?

Happy Mother's Day. We hope you are indulging in some relaxation today; putting your feet up, breakfast in bed, out for lunch. No? Well you're not alone, us Mums really do struggle to relax even on a day dedicated to us. So we are telling you straight today; get some...

Establishing the cause of your skin concerns

Your skin can act up for a huge variety of reasons, and it’s not unusual for two people with the same skin concern to have completely different underlying causes. This can mean that treatments and skincare recommendations will also differ, despite the skin concern...

How does menopause affect the skin?

Your skin can undergo some big changes during menopause. Lower levels of oestrogen cause collagen production to slow down, which means your skin has less of a ‘plump’ appearance. In addition to this, hormonal changes often leave the skin dry, which makes any sagging...

Eliminate Irritating Razor Bumps

Is there anything more annoying than shaving your skin so that it’s silky smooth, only for angry, red bumps to pop up all over the place just a few minutes later? And is it just us, or does this always seem to happen when you’re getting ready to go out?! As pesky and...

What is a Jade Roller?

Used for centuries throughout Asia, jade rollers have been a prominent staple in skincare routines. While this tool may seem like it will do little for your skin, it actually has incredible effects on your complexion. So, what is a jade roller and how can it help to...

Is Hot Water Bad for Your Skin?

Can the temperature of your water have an effect on your face? You may have heard the statement that washing your skin with hot water is bad for your complexion but is this a fact or fiction? In this article, we delve into the topic of water temperature to see if it...

We’ve got the perfect accessory for any outfit: Great skin.

Nothing looks better than firm, blemish-free, radiant skin. With so many creams, serums and other products out there promising to deliver the perfect complexion, it’s easy to underestimate the benefits of something as simple as exfoliation; but it could be the key to...

Is dry or dehydrated skin making you look older than you are?

When it comes to our skin, the last thing that we all want is for it to make us look older than we actually are. You may be surprised to learn that one of the biggest factors for making your skin look older is it being dry or dehydrated. But why is this, and what can...

Exfoliation – The key to glowing skin

Exfoliation is the most effective way to achieve a soft, smooth, radiant complexion, by removing the dead skin, excess oil and daily grime that naturally builds up on our skin. There are lots of ways to exfoliate, and lots of reasons why you should. Why exfoliate?...

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