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.
All makeup and skincare products come with an expiry date once they’ve been opened. If you’re a bit of a beauty enthusiast and have a tendency to buy more products than you need, it’s likely there are a few products in your makeup bag or bathroom that need to go in the bin! Use this time at home to have a good spring clean of your collection and throw away any expired products.
Uneven skin tone is caused by the production of too much melanin. The scientific name for this is hyperpigmentation. One of the most common causes of hyperpigmentation is sun damage. Another cause of hyperpigmentation is skin injury or scarring which is called post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.
If you are currently on a course of IPL then please can we offer a little bit of advice during this lockdown period to make sure you don’t hinder your treatment course.
I don’t know about you but we’re sure missing time spent with our beauty therapist. A good chat and some professional pampering is always a top priority for us. So we are really missing our professional treatments during lockdown. Starting today we have a new series which aims to help you look after your skin at home (including some DIY beauty hacks!) and be giving you some ideas of treatments you might like to try once you can visit the salon again!
Hyperpigmentation is a common, usually harmless condition where patches of skin become darker in color than the normal surrounding skin. This darkening occurs when an excess of melanin, the brown pigment that produces normal skin color, forms deposits in the skin. It is commonly found on the cheeks, forehead, upper lip and also other areas of the body such as the hands and chest.