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Face Aesthetic Clinic brings top innovated skincare to the west of Ireland

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Stephanie Coyne at Face Aesthetic, Chapel Street, Castlebar, introduces the latest skincare range from Image.

Boost your skin with Superstart

Did you know that the skin is the largest organ in the human body? But although it is the largest, it is more often than not the most neglected organ of the human body with regards to nutrients received from our diets, multivitamins, probiotics, etc. Only one per cent of nutrients reach the top layer of the skin, making it extremely difficult for the skin to defend and renew itself.

Treat sinus problems with traditional Chinese medicine

Sinusitis or sinus infection is inflammation of the air cavities within the passages of the nasal cavity. Tiny holes that connect your nasal passages to your sinuses get blocked. It can be caused by a number of factors including colds and flu viruses, infection, polyps, allergies, and irritants. If your sinuses cannot drain properly it causes inflammation and swelling around the nasal area. This can directly affect your breathing, cause pain, irritation, and headaches and affect your day to day living.

Prepping the skin for the festive season

Dr. Hauschka skincare products are designed to bring harmony, balance and rhythm to the skin which is exactly what is needed before the festive social season. Dr. Hauschka’s award-winning skincare range is formulated from 100 per cent natural and certified organic ingredients and free from synthetic fragrance, mineral oils, parabens, and silicones.

Taking care of teenage skin

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As your child enters their teen years it is important for them to take care of their skin and put in place a skin care routine that they can carry into adult life. Most teens will experience pimples and blackheads and some will suffer with acne. By educating themselves about their skin type, using the correct products for cleaning and moisturising, eating healthy and staying hydrated, they can help combat or control some of these. However, if your child suffers extreme breakouts, it is best to seek medical advice from your GP or a dermatologist, as it can affect their self confidence and self esteem.

 

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