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As skin ages the fibres within the dermal layer start to lose their uniform structure and become more irregular and sparse, Deborah Mc Andrew from Demure explains.
Top Irish Skin Therapist, Eavanna Breen, lays out the best safeguarding actions to take from the comfort of your home.
Covid-19 has left us very diligent about washing our hands very often. But the constant over-exposure to oil stripping chemical soap and hot water can leave your hands cracked, dry, red and irritated.
Silica is a necessary trace element in the human body and as a main component of collagen it is essential for building bones, tissues, hair skin and nails.
Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition characterised by raised patches of red and scaly skin. The scales are often itchy and it is unsightly and annoying as large dry white flakes of skin are continuously visible. This is from an over-production of skin layers.
Skin Accumax has a unique formula containing our ground-breaking and skin-perfecting ingredient DIM (a patented, highly active plant compound), as well as other complexion enhancing active ingredients.
Skin Collagen Plus packages together two products to help support optimum collagen production for youthful, healthy looking skin.
Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition characterised by raised patches of red and scaly skin.
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.
Athlete's food is a condition where the skin in between the toes and the side of the foot is inflamed and infected with fungus, it is usually red raw with weepy blisters. The medical name for athlete's food is tinea pedis, you could pick up this condition in locker rooms, gyms, swimming pools, and communal showers, especially when walking barefoot. It can also spread directly from person to person. In the defence forces this condition is also known as jungle rot.