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Five popular facial treatments that could actually be damaging your skin

Many of us are seeking a quick fixes, or instant results when it comes to facial treatments, but this mentality could be doing more harm than good.

Our Chief Scientific Officer, Eve Casha, has reviewed the top facial treatments on the market to shed light on which popular treatments may actually harm the skin and accelerate photoaging in the long term…

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LONDON UNATTACHED
Dermoi Bespoke Skincare – Review

“Of course, you can’t reverse the signs of ageing completely, but you can choose to take a more holistic approach with a nonsurgical route and start looking after your skin with regular facials and perfecting your skincare routine.

Where to start?…”

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LONDON THE INSIDE
Bring the clinic to you with Dermoi

You can get a lot of beauty treatments (like most other things these days) brought to you at home but proper facials haven’t really been done very well outside of salons. Skincare platform Dermoi is changing that by offering the world’s first mobile cosmeceutical facial treatment service…

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Your Natural Skin-Care Products Could Be Exacerbating Your Breakouts

“Our instincts as humans lead us to trust naturally derived plant materials over those developed in a sterile lab environment, but this logic is flawed,” dermatologist Dr Zena Willsmore previously told POPSUGAR. “Whether a product is natural or synthetic, it tells us nothing about its safety or effectiveness.”

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Little Black Book Of Health, Beauty And Wellness Practitioners

While words like detox are worn-out past recognition, there’s something to be said for finding a circle of professional who help make your life and routine easier and healthier. Herein are a few people, products and services I simply can’t get enough of…

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The truth about beauty supplements: Do they work and which ones should you take?

The theory behind beauty supplements is that they provide a top-up of vitamins, proteins like collagen, amino acids, and minerals on top of your diet, with an aim of improving the health and appearance of your skin or hair. However, this is only effective if you…

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