Skin Health

Skin Health

"Skincare plays a vital role in maintaining and strengthening your skin’s protective barrier and can reduce, acne, dehydration, inflammation, rough texture, scarring, sensitivity and signs of ageing."

The environment and our lifestyle affects the health and vitality of our skin on a daily basis. Nutrition, gut health, our hormones, sun exposure, sleep and skin microbiome contribute towards the health of our largest organ. During our lifetime, we may develop skin conditions such as acne, premature ageing, dehydration, hyperpigmentation, inflammation, redness, sensitivity and uneven skin texture.

Caring for your skin barrier is essential because your skin barrier protects you from harmful external factors such as bacterial, fungal and viral infections, inflammation, pollution and UV radiation.

"We believe that the quality of the ingredients used in skincare is as vital as the scientific methods used to formulate results-driven skincare."

Cosmeceutical formulations work on the cellular level to detoxify, nourish, repair and protect skin against free radical damage and other external stressors.


"To provide affordable skincare solutions containing premium grade, clinically proven and innovative ingredients, based on science and fortified by nature to address everyday skin concerns."


The term acne is often used to describe all bumps on the skin. There are various types of acne, such as whiteheads, blackheads, papules, pustules, nodules, and cysts. Acne develops when pores or hair follicles become blocked with oil and dead skin cells. Acne can affect people of all ages.

You can develop acne on the face, back, neck, buttocks, shoulders and chest. Acne can be hormonal or bacterial and it can be mild to moderate or quite severe. It is important to consult your GP if you have severe acne as you may have another skin condition such as rosacea, keratosis pilaris, or perioral dermatitis.

Introducing an exfoliating Cleanser, a Vitamin A Retinol Serum, and a lightweight moisturiser with sebum regulating properties in your skincare routine, can assist you to,

  • Unclog pores and remove dead skin cells through exfoliation
  • Decrease oil production
  • Reduce acne-causing bacteria
  • Brighten skin
  • Smooth skin texture
  • Treat Hyperpigmentation and scarring
  • *Always use SPF 30+ daily when using retinoids


Ageing is inevitable and caring for our skin barrier is crucial as we age. Our skin changes and becomes thinner, loses fat and muscle, and no longer looks as plump and smooth as it once did. The loss of elasticity and collagen causes slack skin, lines and wrinkles. Skin becomes rough, dry and itchy with decreased production of essential oils. Hyperpigmentation and discoloration is noticeable.

What causes premature ageing? Sun exposure, tanning beds (used in the past), our genetics, smoking, sleep habits, diet, alcohol consumption, the environment and stress all contribute towards premature ageing.

Ageing skin requires special care and nurturing with skincare products that are gentle on the skin barrier yet nourishing and regenerating.

  • A gentle cream cleanser with calming and hydrating ingredients
  • A moisturiser that calms and hydrates the skin and protects against Free Radical Damage and Transepidermal Water Loss
  • A non-irritating Vitamin C Serum to treat Hyperpigmentation and brighten the skin
  • A Vitamin A Retinol Serum to fight multiple signs of ageing
  • A Night Cream for intense hydration and rejuvenation
  • *Always use SPF 30+ daily when using retinoids

"It is never too late to improve the health and vitality of your skin."

Free of Parabens, Sulphates, Artificial Dyes, Synthetic Fragrances