skin health

Acne is one of the commonest skin disorders which affects nearly 80% of the population at some point in time. Choosing the right products with effective ingredients is vital otherwise you may inadvertently be making the problem worse.
When looking at our skin and how we take care of it, we must consider it as another organ of the body that needs nourishing and keeping healthy. Did you know that, 60% of what we put on our skin from lotions and potions is absorbed? That's right! Your skin is nourished by what you put on it as well as by what you eat - so, from the inside and out!
It’s long been believed that a dairy-free diet could work wonders for skin and general health. Vogue editor Chloe Malle gave
Are steroid creams safe to use on my baby?
Eczema affects about 1 in 5 children in the UK and many of these develop the condition before their first birthday, according
A woman with psoriasis is bravely going make-up free to show the world the realities of living with the skin condition. Ciena
A woman with psoriasis is bravely going make-up free to show the world the realities of living with the skin condition. Ciena
Most teenage boys love to run around and play – but ‘Butterfly Boy’ Jonathan’s skin is so delicate it falls away at the slightest
A woman who suffers from a skin condition leaving her with "leopard spots" all over her said she has love to thank for giving
WARNING: Article contains graphic images of severe eczema A woman whose eczema covered her entire body and caused a “snowstorm
If you love nothing more than having a shower - or five - on a daily basis then you could be putting your health at risk
Every new skincare product these days seems to be promoting the benefits of hyaluronic acid. Whilst it has a number of medical uses, and was patented in 1942 as a baking substitute for egg whites, when it comes to beauty products the main reasons for including hyaluronic acid are its alleged anti-ageing properties, and its ability to ensure skin is kept hydrated.
For years I've been bogged down with the fact that I can't tan despite having dark hair and green eyes. It's not for lack of trying - quite the opposite actually - but I just don't. In fact, I'm one of those unfortunate people that finds their skin turning various shades of red, purple or white, but never, ever brown.
Health watchdogs issued another warning today after a young woman died after taking illegal tanning injections bought off
Strawberry extracts could protect the skin against harmful ultraviolet (UV) damage, a recent study has suggested. Italian
Eating your five-a-day of fruit and vegetables will not only keep you healthy and slim, but gives your skin a boost too, according