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July 04, 2021
Coming into this summer season, especially with the weather being so changeable in Ireland, it can be hard to find the right balance that works for your skin.
The following steps are some proactive methods you can use which may help with easing any breakouts or reactions your skin may have to differing weather patterns or work patterns/diet during the summer.
In this blog post we discuss some habits you can build into your skincare routines so you can make sure that you prevent that pesky acne breakout, flare up of dry skin or worst case scenario, progression to skin cancer.
Our skin is one of our biggest organs, the average adult can carry “up to 8 pounds” of it! so we need to pay it the respect it deserves. We all know at least one person who thinks they have skin made of steel and are immune to sunburn and the damage it can wreak havoc on their skin.
Ultraviolet (UV) rays can cause changes in the composition of the skin under the surface, If there is a spot or a blemish on your body that you are not sure about, it may be wise to book an appointment with a dermatologist, as doing this could help put your mind at ease, as well as catching any possible problems early, which could help you in the long run
Check out our pre sun tips:
If you are unlucky enough that you do get burnt, a proper skincare routine is essential in order to make sure your skin heals properly, and that you are not left with blisters, dry skin or even scars. Some methods you can take to ease the pain of burnt skin are:
Cerave Facial Moisturizing Lotion SPF25
Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Body Wash
Trilogy Everything Balm
Check out our full skincare range HERE
Find out more about summertime skincare HERE
September 27, 2021
This blog post examines the various methods that people can take in order to alleviate the symptoms of the winter blues, which can be broadly explained as feelings of sadness, fatigue or uncertainty during the winter months, along with minor trouble sleeping and a lack of motivation. This blog also examines SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder), which is a mood disorder which is a more serious version of symptoms suffered during the winter blues. After this comparison, methods of self care, such as improving diet and increasing sleep and regulating the times you go to bed and wake up, can be shown to improve mood. Finally, a message of hope reminds people that they’re never alone and helplines for various mental health groups are displayed.
September 20, 2021
July 24, 2021
Intense heat and humidity with little to no air conditioning can be a struggle for most of us!
And so, implementing simple yet effective techniques for staying cool & healthy in the heat might just make all the difference!
In this blog post we outline some important facts and information to be aware of when dealing with hot temperatures as well as some smart ways to stay cool & healthy in the heat.