How to avoid the dreaded post-flight breakout
If a long haul flight leaves you dehydrated, tired and a little worse for wear by the time you reach your destination, fear not as there are some easy yet effective ways to make sure your skin keeps in tip top condition regardless of how many air miles you are travelling.
Claudia says - “Skin gets very little oxygen during flight time as you are enclosed in an encapsulated environment without fresh air depending on recycled air and therefore it does not get cleansed thoroughly. This immediately results in dehydration, sensitivity and tired dull skin. It’s important to travel with well-cleansed skin – apply two layers of moisturiser and avoid makeup."
In this article, Claudia Fallah shares her top tips for keeping your skin glowing and avoiding the dreaded post-flight breakout.
How to be kind to your skin
Skin ageing occurs naturally as you get older. This genetic process involves loss of skin thickness and elasticity, the deepening of facial expression lines, and the development of fine wrinkles.
Many factors such as ultraviolet rays, cigarette smoke, repeated facial movements, and unhealthy foods also contribute to the signs of ageing and poor skin health.
Combining the right treatment regimen, habits, and diet will do wonders for your skin's health. In this article Claudia Fallah shares her top tips on what your skin needs, including; nutrients, hydration, protection, and good habits to achieve that smooth, radiant feel.
Why is wearing makeup to the gym bad for your skin?
We all know that wearing make-up whilst exercising is bad for our skin, so why do we still see gyms full of women wearing full faces of carefully applied cosmetics?
Mascara is one thing - though beware, you may find it running down your cheeks by the end of the session - but with foundation and powder you risk blocking pores and congesting skin that really needs to be able to sweat, sweat, sweat.
THE LOW DOWN ON SUN CARE ABBREVIATIONS
Summer is on its way! So we thought what better way to celebrate than to make sure your skin is protected this summer by giving you the low down on sun care abbreviations.
The night shift – restore your skin while you sleep
As soon as you shut your eyes, your skin cells go to work, repairing damage and restoring your complexion. In this article, Claudia Fallah explains what happens to your skin while you sleep and how you can bring it back to optimum balance so that you wake up with a glow…