Tips on moisturising and treating oily skin

Loredana B Feb 13, 2018 acne antiageing beautyblogger blog blogger cleansing exfoliate facemask hydration marineskincare moisturiser naturalbeauty naturalskincare oilyskin organic sebum skincare spatechnologiesuk tone veganskincare 0 Comments Posted in: Beauty, General, Information, Skincare, Uncategorized

Moisturising oily skin can be tricky and quite scary. In my teenage years I was told to use products that will dry my skin and that this will minimise the pores and prevent acne. How many of you still believe that? Because it's time to brush this old myth under the carpet and start moisturising your skin.  Using only astringents and water based creams made my skin feeling tight and irritated and I had plenty of spots all over my face, not to mention acne scars from squeezing every white head i saw. I'm guilty o /...

Oily skin and how to get it ready for Haloween

Vegan Beauty Oct 17, 2017 acne beautyblogger blog blogger cleansing crueltyfree exfoliate hydration marineskincare moisturiser natural naturalskincare oilyskin organic spatechnologiesuk veganskincare 0 Comments Posted in: Beauty, Information, Skincare, Uncategorized

Having problematic skin can lower confidence and increase stress. Dealing with hormonal spots and oily skin is a long and annoying process but can become easy once we adopt a healthy diet which will help skin from within. It is important to treat the skin topically too and using natural quality products can make a huge difference in the way it feels and looks. Cleansing is the first and most important step in any skin care routine as it will remove excess sebum and a part of dead cells your skin sheds during /...

Hibiscus Flower Acids – The new AHA

Vegan Beauty Aug 30, 2017 acids acne antiageing beautyblogger blog crueltyfree dryskin eczema exfoliation flower acids gentletotheskin hibiscusflower marineskincare natural oilyskin organic serum skincare treatacne vegan 0 Comments Posted in: Beauty, Information, Products, Skincare, Uncategorized

AHA (alpha hydroxyl acids) are well known in the beauty industry and salons and used to exfoliate skin to reveal a new, younger looking layer. But AHAs tend to over exfoliate and irritate the skin, leaving it red, inflamed and tender. This leads to over-processed skin which can create irreversible damage to the skin. Spa Technologies UK recognised the need for a less invasive approach for skin regeneration. Using pure extract of hibiscus flower, a complex of multiple acids and powerful antioxidants and a seaweed /...