Skincare Guide

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It's never too early to start getting your skin into peek condition for that gorgeous glow. The sooner you get into a regular skincare routine the better - make-up can only do so much.


  • Cleanse, tone and moisturise daily. Don't forget to double cleanse. Use a facial scrub once a week & treat yourself to regular facials.

  • Using a serum in between toner and moisturiser can be beneficial to give your skin that all important, long lasting moisture boost.

  • Use a daily sunscreen. This will protect your skin from the sun, wind, rain and any sudden temperature changes.

  • Don’t try any new products up to three weeks before an important event - This includes skin & haircare products, make-up or even a new washing powder all of these have been known to cause flare up’s. Any sort of reaction may take a couple of weeks to calm down.

  • If you suffer with blackheads or hormonal spots on your chin a salicylic acid product may be useful when used as part of your skincare regime.



Your well-being also plays an important role in your skincare regime.

Get enough beauty sleep to allow your body to recharge. Regular exercise can also help. Drink water and keep hydrated to flush out toxins.Try using a meditation app and meditate daily to help you de stress. Yoga can also be beneficial to help to calm the mind and body.



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