1. Diet –

If you fuel your car with sand it won’t run properly. The same applies to your body. If you put junk food into your body, it will inhibit the functions of skin and body.

If you want to reduce the likelihood of acne, dermatitis and other skin concerns, start with your diet and reduce inflammatory foods and drinks like sugar, dairy and alcohol.

Fuel your body by indulging regularly in nutrient-rich fruits & vegetables and drinking lots of water.

  1. Cleansing –

As you go throughout the day, your skin will naturally perspire and collect debris, even if you can’t see it it’s there.

Always cleanse your skin and take off makeup every night before bed.

Use exfoliating masks and scrubs to eliminate dead skin cells and always follow up your cleansing routine with a good moisturiser.


  1. Protection –

Always wear sunscreen! If the day is overcast and dull and you can’t see or feel the sun it’s still there. UVA rays contribute to the majority of ageing in the skin.

Skin cancer still effects millions of people each year, you can help start the preventative process by protecting your skin daily with a good sunscreen.


  1. Professional Treatments –

Having an expert look at your skin and advice on the specific needs of your skin has is essential.

Once you have a trained eye working on your skin, they can ensure you have a proactive in salon and homecare maintenance routine to keep your skin healthy.



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