Skin Care

  • Spring Clean Your Skin



    April 15, 2016

    Central heating, cold raw temperatures, lack of sunshine, extra make-up.... Winter does a number on your complexion. If your coming-out-of-hibernation complexion looks drab, dry, flakey... seriously sub-par…it’s time to spring clean your face.
  • Do you have a Collagen Education? Higher learning for better skin.

    October 4, 2015

    What you don’t know about collagen and your skin can hurt you in the long run. Inadvertently, you might be making choices that put your skin on the fast track to a collagen crisis...leading to feathery lines, furrows and a thin, slack skin appearance at an early age.
  • How To Beat Summertime Complexion-wreckers: Have A Cocktail!

    July 20, 2015

    Sunny days, balmy nights. Tennis, swimming, hiking. Beach bonfires, all night roof-top parties. What’s not to love about summer? Well....maybe those summertime skin flare-up’s. More than any other season, activities and exposures in hot weather can make your skin go tilt, showing up on your complexion as blotches, blemishes, dry patches, dullness, slackening.
  • 6 Ways To Avoid The Temptations Of Tanning

    June 24, 2015

    Craving the feel of warm, pulsing sun on a balmy beach? Here are some harsh realities about so-called “safe tanning” and helpful hints to curb your tan-lust . (Your future skin says “thank you.”)
  • 5 Ways To Keep Your Head And Skin Clear During Final Exams

    May 6, 2015

    Looming deadlines, unread assignments and blank blue book pages got you breaking out in a sweat....and a rash of pre-exam pimples? It’s totally normal.
  • Why most skin care regimes don’t work

    January 12, 2015

    Cleanse. Tone. Moisturize. For decades, this basic three-step skin care routine has been the go-to standard for most women. The problem is, these basic steps....with basic products.... simply aren’t enough to make a serious, visible difference in the look and feel of your complexion. Here’s the reason traditional 3-step regimes will never give you the results you want:
  • My haircare secrets and four-step approach to skincare, by Time Bomb’s Gail Federici

    December 1, 2014

    Gail Federici is the entrepreneur who launched the Time Bomb skincare range and Colour Wow haircare (available at Space NK). It was she who helped to make John Frieda haircare for professional use into a household name, and who invented the game-changing Frizz Ease hair serum.
  • Fake it or bake it? (Hint: Go for a Faux Glow)

    June 12, 2014

    May was the Skin Cancer Foundation’s official “skin cancer awareness” month. Unless you live under a rock (and you might want to, after reading this!) you know that prolonged, deliberate sun exposure is not a good thing. But does that awareness really impact your sun-soaking habits?
  • Pedi Set Go

    May 14, 2014

    We’re giving the boot to winter shoes. Bring on the flip flops, sandals and all manner of peep toes. We’re “toe-tally” psyched for barefoot weather. First and foremost.....we need a pedi, please.
  • Sugar and your skin. (The good news and the bad)

    April 17, 2014

    As another candy-riffic holiday roles around, handfuls of jelly beans and chunks of chocolate bunny might make you feel like a kid again. But the sad truth is that these super-sugary snacks will make you look much older, much faster.
  • 5 SUPER-SEEDS FOR HEALTH AND BEAUTY

    April 2, 2014

    Spring has sprung, and seeds everywhere are doing their thing: launching life all over the planet. You could say seeds are, literally, the embodiment of life force. Each, a tiny perfect package jammed to the hull with precisely what’s needed to grow and thrive: vitamins, minerals, fiber, proteins, essential fats, oils and enzymes.
  • How to Spring Clean Your Face

    March 16, 2014

    Extra make-up, central heating, lack of sunshine, cold raw temperatures.... Winter does a number on your complexion. If your coming-out-of-hibernation complexion looks drab, dry, flakey...seriously sub-parr.. .it’s time to spring clean your face.

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