Do you Have a Regular Exercise Program and Find it Difficult to Apply Sunscreen to the Hairy Areas of Your Body?
Regular exercise is essential for a healthy lifestyle. Playing a sport regularly is highly beneficial, fun and a great way to socialise. This healthy lifestyle is however coupled with the increased risk of skin cancer as a result of exposure to harmful UV radiation. // Read More
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Backyards, barbecues, beaches and bush. Australians are known around the world as lovers of the great outdoors. This fantastic lifestyle is however coupled with the increased risk of skin cancer as a result of exposure to harmful UV radiation. // Read More
There's no way around it! Even if you are battling acne, you still need to apply a sunscreen every day to minimize sun damage. Sunspots, solar keratosis and premature aging of the skin - that's what happens if you avoid this step or do it only occasionally. // Read More
If you have acne prone skins the fear of sunscreens triggering breakouts is a reality as some sunscreen formulas, like creams, have a higher oil content, are known to clog pores and be more comedogenic than others! However, if you are on an acne treatment program, it is essential that you protect your skin from the sun as some acne medications leave the skin more sensitive to the sun. // Read More
So why exfoliate your skin? The skin naturally sheds skin cells each day but this natural shedding slows down as we get older or as a result of sun damage, dry skin, acne prone skin, genetics and some skin disorders. // Read More
Without a doubt the daily use of a well formulated active exfoliator and cleanser containing both alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) and Beta hydroxy acid (BHA) will give you the best results if you have sun-damaged, dry or acne prone skin. // Read More
Anyone interested in acne skin care will have heard the term exfoliation. So why is gentle, frequent exfoliation so important for people with acne prone skin? // Read More
From an early age we are encouraged to consume dairy products because of the health benefits they provide. Recent studies, including those done in Australia, have however demonstrated that the consumption of dairy can impact on the incidence of Acne. // Read More