The exfoliation ingredient Cleopatra used… why Alpha Hydroxy Acids are still a good idea for your skin!
Yes, it’s true… according to historians, Cleopatra used to bathe herself in buttermilk. That’s because she knew what it has taken others thousands of years to catch up with - buttermilk contains alpha hydroxy acids. So it was great for treating dry skin, age spots, fine lines and wrinkles and even breakouts.
Is retinol still the single greatest way to overcome fine line and wrinkles?
How to choose the right retinol skincare products to treat your fine lines and wrinkles. Read now.
Why I would choose Multivitamin Thermafoliant every time...
Julie is one of our customer service superstars here at Jersey. Here is the thing about Julie, besides being a phenomenal woman, she has gooooood skin, the glowing and radiant kind that everyone wants. So we asked Julie which product was her ultimate favourite one to use.
Which exfoliator is right for me?
Beth chats to Dermalogica Education Executive Victoria, about which Dermalogica exfoliant is right for different skin types.
Dermalogica wars: which facial scrub exfoliator is best for your youthful glow?
Exfoliation should be a key part of any regular skincare routine. Especially as you age! This is because exfoliation gets rid of dead cells and grime that sit on top of your skin, encouraging your cells to renew.
10 Beauty Therapist Rules for Taking Care of Ageing Skin
Skincare products specially formulated for ageing skin are increasingly popular. Why is this? As your skin ages the skin’s structure changes and this can cause changes to how your skin looks. So how can you best take care of your ageing skin? We asked two beauty therapists and a skin care scientist to tell us more.