Dehydration means that your skin is lacking moisture. Symptoms such as the emergence of fine lines, skin feeling tighter, and noticeable areas of sensitivity can indicate your skin is dehydrated and needs re-balancing. Often dehydration has occurred during the winter, but becomes more apparent as we transition into spring and to warmer, brighter weather. The
Rosacea can be a difficult skin care concern to live with. Getting to know your individual triggers is half the battle, but here at VW Skincare we believe that treating Rosacea successfully means swotting up on the scientific facts. In this post, we’ll unpack a few pearls of wisdom about the Rosacea-fighting power-house, vitamin C!
How can I treat Rosacea at home? This month on the VW Skincare advice column, we’ll be looking at Rosacea – what it is, how to spot it, and most importantly, how to treat it effectively. In this blog we’ll focus on treating Rosacea at home, without the need for antibiotics and other medication. What
Sounds like a stupid question, right? But, whilst dry and dehydrated skin are often spoken together in the same context, there is a difference between the two. Unless you’re told by an professional skincare expert what condition your skin is in, you could easily mistake your skin for being dry when it’s actually dehydrated. In
Serious redness relief, now a primer and skin treatment in one Its been a week since Dermalogica launched their latest product for those suffering with skin sensitivity. So many people think their skin is sensitive not sensitised, there is a difference: ‘Sensitive skin’ is a skin type, (genetic). ‘Skin sensitivity’ is a skin of any
Last week, this blogspot discussed the problems of dry skin – how and why it occurs and the general things we can do to make it better. To recap, if you’re not naturally prone to dry skin, you’re likely to be feeling the effects of your lifestyle, the harsh weather, intrinsic ageing or overcleansing. Symptoms
The two must-have products to protect your skin this winter if you suffer from skin redness: Dermalogica Gentle Soothing Booster Benefits of using Dermalogica Gentle Soothing Booster Reduces skin redness Soothes sensitive skin Reduces irritation Hydrates the skin It’s oil free Dermalogica Gentle Soothing Booster is applied in between your cleanser and moisturiser for added
I see a lot of clients who claim to have sensitive skin. Once I have been able to carry out a thorough skin analysis, I find their skin is not sensitive, but sensitised! You’re probably thinking, “that’s the same thing isn’t it?” But no, they are two quite different states. Sensitive skin is a skin