Updated: Aug 28
Harness the foundation of healthy, clean skin
When we think of skincare, we default immediately to products. What are the most prestige, expensive, and most beautiful for our bathroom shelfies? Obviously they can play a part in our overall sense of self-care and we often get people asking us will our products cure rosacea, acne or some other skin condition, however what you put on your skin plays only part of a role in how your skin looks & feels. Sure products offer a feel-good factor but the real catalyst for outer beauty begins inside.
Get Coconut Ready
Coconut oil may be linked to some potential skin loving benefits, including reducing inflammation, keeping skin moisturized and helping healing. The medium-chain fatty acids found in coconut oil possess antimicrobial properties that can help aid the treatment of acne and protect the skin from harmful bacteria plus its one of the main ingredients in our coconut soaps. For more information there is a really useful & informative read on Healthline.com or for your own coconut soap check out our range here.
We've all seen those amazing pictures of Davina McCall, Queen of sugar free, now I'm not saying its bad for you but everything in moderation and its something that could help give you better skin. There has been various research, one done by the BBC Trust me I'm a Doctor series - It highlighted that high levels of blood insulin could aid bad problem skin with sugar aiding your blood insulin to rise. Small trials got teenagers to reduce the sugar in their diet and did result in lowered blood insulin and improvements in their skin.
It's that all time hang up - are you drinking enough? We're told that it's the easiest and most important first step you can do for healthy skin and so many of us still don't do it. Your cells are nearly 70% water but whether its the fact that you are too busy running around or its just slipped your mind its an important part of keeping your skin hydrated. Focus on what you’re drinking and drink when you need it. Learn what your body needs for optimal hydration: It can be less than eight glasses or more, it really depends on your diet too.
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