What is psoriasis?

  • Psoriasis is a chronic, inflammatory condition, which affects the skin’s surface. The condition causes inflamed, red, flaky and itchy skin, often around the knees, elbows and scalp.

What are the signs and symptoms of psoriasis?

  • Red patches of skin covered with thick, silvery scales
  • Small scaling spots (commonly seen in children)
  • Dry, cracked skin that may bleed or itch
  • Itching, burning or soreness
  • Thickened, pitted or ridged nails
  • Swollen and stiff joints

What causes psoriasis?

Psoriasis is an immune-mediated disease that causes inflammation in the body, people with psoriasis have an increased production of skin cells resulting in this flaky appearance.

People with psoriasis tends to go through cycles, flaring for a few weeks or months, then subsiding for a while or going into remission.

What are the types of psoriasis?

There are several types of psoriasis, including:

  • Plaque psoriasis. The most common form, plaque psoriasis causes dry, raised, red skin patches (lesions) covered with silvery scales. The plaques might be itchy or tender, and there may be few or many. They usually appear on elbows, knees, lower back and scalp.
  • Nail psoriasis. Psoriasis affects the fingernails and toenails.
  • Guttate psoriasis.This type primarily affects young adults and children.
  • Inverse psoriasis.This mainly affects the skin folds of the groin, buttocks and breasts.
  • Pustular psoriasis. rare form of psoriasis
  • Erythroderma psoriasis. The least common type of psoriasis, erythroderma psoriasis can cover your entire body with a red, peeling rash that can itch or burn intensely.
  • Psoriatic arthritis. Psoriatic arthritis causes swollen, painful joints that are typical of arthritis.


  • Infections
  • Weather, especially cold, dry conditions
  • Injury to the skin, such as a cut or scrape, a bug bite, or a severe sunburn
  • Stress
  • Smoking and Heavy alcohol consumption
  • Certain medications — including lithium, high blood pressure medications and antimalarial drugs

How common is psoriasis?

The condition is believed to affect 1 in 50 people, affecting all ages, races and genders. A large percentage of people are diagnosed below the age of 35

How to treat psoriasis?

There’s no cure for psoriasis, but a range of treatments can improve symptoms and the appearance of skin patches.

In most cases, the first treatment used will be a topical treatment, such as vitamin D analogues or topical corticosteroids. Topical treatments are creams and ointments applied to the skin.

Dry Skin

If there is one crucial life changing step in your skin care routine, that would change your whole progress and results, it would be identifying your skin type, once you understand what your skin texture is and once you identify which products suits your skin texture, surprising results are guaranteed.

Skin type is determined by how much oil the skin on your face produces; depending on this, your skin type can be categorized as dry, combination and oily. Dry skin doesn’t retain sufficient oil.

What is dry skin?

Dry skin occurs when skin doesn’t retain sufficient moisture to keep it feeling soft and supple

What Are the Causes of Dry Skin?

  • Harsh detergents or soaps: Soaps, shampoos, and detergents are made to get rid of oil on your skin which may dry your skin
  • Heat: Any heat source, from space heaters and central heating to fireplaces and wood stoves, can lower the humidity in a room and make your skin dry.
  • Hot showers or baths: Taking long, hot showers or soaking in a hot bath could cause your dry skin.
  • Other skin conditions: People with certain conditions, like psoriasis or eczema, can also get dry skin.
  • Swimming in pools: Chlorine, a chemical that keeps some pools clean, can dry out your skin.
  • Weather: During the winter, humidity and temperature usually drop. This can make your skin drier.


How to identify dry skin?

  • Dehydration, Flakes, rough texture, Cracks in the skin, Itch & Peeling skin are all signs of dry skin type.

How to manage dry skin?

  1. Use a humidifier in the winter
  2. Limit yourself to one 5- to 10-minute bath or shower daily.
  3. Minimize your use of soaps; if necessary
  4. To avoid damaging the skin, stay away from bath sponges, scrub brushes, and washcloths.
  5. Apply moisturizer immediately after bathing or washing your hands
  6. To reduce the greasy feel of petroleum jelly and thick creams, rub a small amount into your hands and then rub it over the affected areas until neither your hands nor the affected areas feel greasy.
  7. Never, ever scratch.
  8. Use fragrance-free laundry detergents and avoid fabric softeners.
  9. Avoid wearing wool and other fabrics that can irritate the skin.

Skin Care Routine for Dry Skin

  • Cleanse with a hydrating cleanser that doesn’t disrupt the outer skin layer.
  • Tone with an alcohol-free toner to restore skin PH.
  • Target specific skin concerns with a serum.
  • Moisturize with a nourishing, non comedogenic moisturizer to lock in hydration.
  • Protect from harmful UV rays to prevent sun damage.

Silver lining

The key is neither eliminating the oil nor increasing it, it is controlling it. although dry skin may appear as ‘rough’ or ‘flaky and it tends to age faster, the chances of acne breakouts, clogged pores and other skin imperfections are much lower and less likely to occur

Each and every skin type has its bags of pros and cons, the key is knowing your skin type to take care of it accordingly, and thank us later!

Oily Skin


If there is one crucial life changing step in your skin care routine , that would change your whole progress and results , it would be identifying your skin type , once you understand what your skin texture is and once you identify which products suits your skin texture , surprising results are guaranteed.

Skin type is determined by how much oil the skin on your face produces; depending on this, your skin type can be categorized as dry, combination and oily. An oily skin type is exactly what it sounds like – excess oil on the face persistently appearing as shiny or greasy.

What is the science behind oily skin?

  • The skin is composed of three different layers, epidermis, dermis and the hypo dermis, sebaceous glands are ducts located in the dermis layer of the skin and they are responsible for the secretion of an ‘oily ‘substance called sebum. Under normal circumstances, this sebum is essential not only to lubricate and moisturize the skin but also to remove dead skin cells and other irritants from your pores.
  • When these glands become overly active & produce excess sebum, your skin becomes shiny or greasy, your pores become clogged, and your skin would be identified as oily skin.

How to identify an oily skin?

Obviously, the first sign would be a shiny appearance, other signs include

  • Visibly enlarged pores on the nose , forehead and chin
  • More frequent acne breakouts , blackheads & pimples
  • Makeup doesn’t stay much on the face

About the T-Zone …

The T-Zone region of the face which consists of the forehead and the nose tends to naturally have more active sebaceous glands, producing excess sebum. An oily T – Zone may be an indicator of an oily skin or a combination skin, depending on whether other areas appear shiny or not.

Who is more prone to have oily skin?

Oily skin is usually genetic however, other factors such as Puberty, Menstrual cycle, Pregnancy or menopause play a role as during these times hormone levels are heightened and sebaceous glands are overly active.

How to deal with oily skin?

  1. Cleanse;washing your face at least 2 times daily is a must, using a cleanser with a blend of salicylic and buffered glycolic acid works effectively.
  2. Tone ;further cleansing to the outer layer of the skin helps remove the excess bacteria and dirt trapped
  3. Moisturize;should be non-comedogenic, oil-free that absorbs quickly, dries matte and feels light on the skin.
  4. Serum ;Look for one that minimizes the appearance of pores
  5. SPF;Direct exposure to the sun dehydrates your body and skin. This may cause your body to overproduce oil.  Look for ultra-light, matte finish sunscreen
  6. Drink A LOT Of water
  7. Use Oil-Free Makeup Products; ifyou’re prone to oily skin, buy oil-free makeup products. Oil-based products can clog your pores and result in skin conditions like acne.
  8. Follow a Skincare RoutineIt is always healthy to follow a basic skincare regimen to allow your skin to breathe. Don’t compromise on your products.
  9. Pat Dry Your Face
  10.  Nutrition;Healthy food and lots of water play a major role in building up your overall immunity. Avoid diets that are high in carbohydrates. Raw vegetables, pulses, fruits and other foods rich in Vitamin A and fibers are a good option for people with oily skin.

Silver lining

Yes, oily skin tends to lead to clogged pores, which cause a host of skin imperfections including frequent acne breakouts, but did you know that people with oily skin tend to age much slower than those with a combination or dry skin? The extra moisture they tend to have reduces premature wrinkles and thickens the skin.

The same way oily has its bags of problems; dry skin on the other hand is much harder to care for and always appears dry and rough. The key is not eliminating the oil, it is controlling it, know your skin texture, find your skin products and thank us later!

Breast Cancer Awareness

Knowing it exists is NOT enough, get the information, and pass it on. Early detection is definitely early protection. Let’s talk pink for all the warriors, pink for all the survivors and all the fighters, pink for all the taken, pink October it is, let’s talk breast cancer!

What is breast cancer?

Breast cancer starts in the cells of the breast as a group of cancer cells that can then invade surrounding tissues or spread (metastasize) to other areas of the body.

How common is breast cancer?

1 in 8 chances she will develop breast cancer

What causes & risk factors of breast cancer?

The most well-known cause are breast cancer gene 1 (BRCA1) and breast cancer gene 2 (BRCA2), both of which significantly increase the risk of both breast and ovarian cancer

Risk factors include;

  • Female gender
  • Age > 55 years
  • Family history [ first – degree female relative ; mother , sister or daughter ]
  • Genetics
  • Menstrual history early menstruating <12 or late menopause >55 years
  • Hormone replacement history
  • Alcohol / smoking / being overweight / lack of exercise
  • Exposure to radiation
  • Dense breasts

What are the symptoms of breast cancer?

  • swelling of all or part of the breast
  • skin irritation or dimpling
  • breast pain
  • nipple pain or the nipple turning inward
  • redness, scaliness, or thickening of the nipple or breast skin
  • a nipple discharge other than breast milk
  • a lump in the underarm area

Note That Symptoms vary widely — from lumps to swelling to skin changes — and many breast cancers have no obvious symptoms at all.

Breast self-exam should be part of your monthly health care routine, and you should visit your doctor if you experience breast changes.

What are the types and stages of breast cancer?

There are 5 stages of breast cancer: stage 0 (zero), which is non-invasive ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS), and stages I through IV (1 through 4), which are used for invasive breast cancer.

Early detection and screening

The goal of screening tests for breast cancer is to find it before it causes symptoms (like a lump that can be felt).


A mammogram is an X-ray picture of the breast. Doctors use a mammogram to look for early signs of breast cancer. 

Women between 40 and 44 have the option to start screening with a mammogram every year.

Women 45 to 54 should get mammograms every year.

Women 55 and older can switch to a mammogram every other year, or they can choose to continue yearly mammograms. Screening should continue as long as a woman is in good health and is expected to live at least 10 more years.

All women should understand what to expect when getting a mammogram for breast cancer screening – what the test can and cannot do.


Treatment generally consists of surgery and radiation therapy for control of the disease in the breast, lymph nodes and surrounding areas and systemic therapy (anti-cancer medicines given by mouth or intravenously) to treat and/or reduce the risk of the cancer spreading (metastasis). Anti-cancer medicines include endocrine (hormone) therapy, chemotherapy and in some cases targeted biologic therapy (antibodies).

Breast cancer treatment can be highly effective, achieving survival probabilities of 90% or higher, particularly when the disease is identified early

Courage doesn’t always roar , sometimes it’s the voice of a cancer patient whispering I will win the fight , I will try again tomorrow , courage doesn’t always roar , it sleeps in the heart of every survicor , fighter and taken , and sometimes , courage wears pink.

All about Constipation

If you think the ‘silent treatment’ is annoying, wait till your guts do it & it’s called constipation. constipation is one of the most common digestive problems in the world affecting both genders and all ages.

Constipation is generally described as having fewer than three bowel movements a week. Normal frequency ranges from one bowel movement a day to one per week. If once a week is normal for you, no intervention is needed.

Symptoms of constipation include:

  • Passing fewer than three stools a week
  • Having lumpy or hard stools
  • Straining to have bowel movements
  • Feeling as though there’s a blockage in your rectum that prevents bowel movements
  • Feeling as though you can’t completely empty the stool from your rectum

What causes constipation?

  • Older adults
  • Female gender
  • Dehydration
  • Lack of fiber
  • Getting little or no physical activity
  • Taking certain medications, including sedatives, opioid pain medications, some antidepressants or medications to lower blood pressure
  • Having a mental health condition such as depression or an eating disorder

Other underlying causes?

When should I see a doctor?

  • Incase u experience any of the following; severe abdominal pain, extreme bloating, hemorrhoids or blood in stool, or weight loss


Lifestyle modifications

  • Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated
  • Limit consumption of alcoholand caffeinated drinks, which cause dehydration.
  • Add fiber-rich foodsto your diet, such as raw fruits and vegetables, whole grains, beans, prunes, or bran cereal. Your daily intake of fiber should be between 20 and 35 grams.
  • Cut down on low-fiber foods, such as meat, milk, cheese, and processed foods.
  • Exercise Regularly with a goal of 30 minutes per day at least five times per week.
  • don’t delay bowel movements. The longer you wait, the harder your stool can become
  • Use laxatives sparingly.

 What about laxatives?

Laxatives contain chemicals that effectively work to help relieve temporary constipation. But when misused or overused, they can cause problems, including chronic constipation.

The use of laxatives is recommended for acute management of constipation, along with lifestyle modifications, for full effect. Never use laxatives for more than two weeks without talking to your doctor. Your body can become dependent on them for proper colon function.

All About Collagen


Let’s face it, in an age of social media, selfies, and filters, wave all felt the pressure to present a flawless face to the world. A Gorgeous Glow, Clear Complexion and smooth skin is with no doubt on each & every person’s list!

Your Body has been marvelously created to take care of itself, we are naturally born with a very smart protein, produced by our own body, accounts for 80 % of our skin, and helps wards off wrinkles & fine lines maintaining the skins elasticity. Collagen it is!

What is collagen?

Collagen is a protein that serves as one of the main building blocks for your bones, skin, hair, muscles, tendons, and ligaments, its primary functions is providing elasticity and maintaining hydration to the skin.

How does collagen work?

Within the skin, elasticity comes from bundles of collagen called fibrils, which are what allow the skin to resist the pull of gravity. When there is less support from collagen fibrils, this results in increasingly deep wrinkles around the eyes and mouth as we age

Once you turn 25 years old, your body starts to produce less and less collagen. It’s natural. But this causes wrinkled and saggy skin. More importantly, lowered collagen production means weaker cartilage in your knees, for instance.

Types of collagen

Though there are twenty-eight known types of collagen, we will only look into the five important types of collagen;

Type I; Account for 90 % of all types, MAJOR One!

  • Responsible For Improving Skin Quality , Reducing Cellulite in Women & wound healing

Type II; Mainly Responsible for promoting joint heath

Type III; supports intestinal health, & muscle growth

Type IV; the less common type of collagen which aids in kidneys and other organs

Type V; fiber – like collagen which supports neonatal development.

Benefits of collagen

  • Deals with Dryness
  • Improves Tired, Hollow Eyes
  • Smooth’s Noticeable Lines
  • Gorgeous Glow
  • Plump, Supple Skin That Bounces Back
  • Itch & Scale Free Scalp
  • Helps relieve joint pain
  • Boosts muscle mass
  • Promotes hearts health

What causes collagen loss and how to boost it?

Age, Smoking, Stress, Sugar & sun damage leads to collagen loss, Vitamin C is vital to this process. If you have a vitamin C deficiency, your collagen production will likely suffer.

How to Boost?

eat and aply vit c

stop smoking and drink more water





When it comes down to “what is the best collagen for your face?” type I wins, hands down.

Collagen has been & will always be a gold standard  in skincare , we are blessed enough to produce it by our own body , but there no harm in boosting its action , taking care of your skin is a long lasting investment , filters may be great , but a good skin ?  MUCH Better.

Your Immune System & How to Boost It

You’re not supposed to ever be sick, yes, you are never supposed to be sick.  The human body is a miraculous machine that has been created to take care of itself and heal itself, you are born with a natural defense mechanism that works throughout your life span , 24/7 , nonstop , to protect you , heal you , prevent your sickness & maintain your wellbeing , this system has been amazingly designed in such a way to not only fight against diseases , but to make sure you never get them again ,well,  this system is your immune system , and you should take care of it .

  • How Does Your Immune System Work?

The Immune System is a network of biological processes that detects disease-causing germs, neutralize their harmful substance and fight these germs preventing their impact.

  • What weakens your immune system & what are the signs of A Weakened immune system?

Diseases such as cancer, diabetes, HIV & other autoimmune conditions are the major immune weakening factors. Other factors may include stress, malnutrition & poor quality of life.

There are several signs your body shows if you have a weakened immune system;

  • Constant Cold
  • Never Ending Stomach Issues
  • Continuous Exhaustion or Extreme stress
  • Slow Healing Process
  • More Prone To Infections


  • How to Boost Your Immune System? 
  1. Reduce Stress
  2. Nutrition ; Getting enough fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds, and 100 percent whole grains supports good health
  3. Immune Boosting Supplements; supplements can help give you the boost you need. Vitamin A, C, D, E, Zinc & Selenium are among the most effective nutrients for the boost.
  4. Exercise Regularly
  5. Maintain A healthy weight ; obesity weakens he immune system and compromises its effect
  6. Enough Sleep
  7. Decrease Alcohol Intake & Stop Smoking

Needless To Say, Prevention is the key, the only way to not fall sick is to stay away from sick people and take all the necessary precautions which include proper hygiene, social distancing, immune support and wearing a mask.

Finally , If there is one this pandemic has taught us , it would be to value all we have and never take anything for granted , especially our own health  . If there is one thing we realized, it would be how valuable health is and how cheap everything else becomes when compared to one’s life, so take care of your body, your health and your immune system, they are your long lasting home.

Skincare & Summer Time

Sunny days , warm nights & tan lines, who does not adore summer time? As fun as summer time is, as relaxing & refreshing it may be , we cannot forget the skin problems it brings with it. The scorching heat and the blazing sun can become cruel to the skin, the skin’s natural radiance goes with the harmful environmental contaminants, and may become blemished, dull, and oily. Talkless of the harmful UV rays, which are proven to increase the risk of skin cancer.

We tend to harp over and over again on the importance of skincare during winter time , but the fact is skincare is much more important during summer time since Warmer weather can cause excess oil production, clogged pores and breakouts. So it is very essential to make some changes to your normal skincare routine

First , let’s talk basic routine

Cleanser ; needless to say , a clean skin is a healthy one . Cleansing is the first step of any skincare routine , in summer , due to the hot climate and harsh sun your pores are clogged with sweat and pollution , Go with the cleanser  that takes off the extra oil from the face and make it clean. If your skin is dry, then you should go with the no-foaming cleanse .

Toner ; a toner helps in cleaning your skin , maintaining is normal PH & controls excess oil production , in summer , Your T Zone tends to be more oily & appears shiny .  Go for the toner that has aloe Vera or green tea extracts .

Moisturizer ; your skin needs to be moisturized in summer as much as it needs in winter , however , a lighter moisturizer is preferred , go for the moisturizer with SPF 30 or more.

SPF ; most important step of all , it is crucial to keep sun protection intact, both for adults and kids. Know your skin type , know your suitable sunscreen , and apply it every single day. A minimum SPF of 30-35 is needed during summertime

Now let’s talk Summer Tips!

  1. Hydration ; A MUST ! Hydrate your skin by drinking lots of fluids & Refreshing Juices – recommended 2L of water / day.
  2. Exfoliation ; Pollution and dirt that stick to your skin should be removed by regular exfoliation. It also makes your skin smooth and glowing.
  3. Nutrition ; Where It all starts . Well , in both summer & winter , junk food should be avoided. In summer days your body needs more antioxidants and hydrating diet. Junk foods are extra spicy, oily, and unhealthy which can be harmful to your skin and body. Fruits, Green veggies, fresh juices are best during summer.
  4. Smart Make Up ; for the warmer summer months mineral makeup is the right choice. ALWAYS Apply SPF underneath your make up , opt for a makeup – free face and NEVER Sleep with makeup on .
  5. Don’t Forget Your Body ; regular moisturizing , exfoliation & after sun lotions are essential to keep your skin smooth , hydrated & to maintain your summer tan

Summer time is a holiday for your skin too ! It is definitely not the time for aggressive treatments or chemical peels , the goal here is to stay clean, hydrated & protected. Stick to a few cleansers, serums with Vitamin C, light moisturizers like hyaluronic acid and a broad spectrum SPF 30 or higher & your summer glow is guaranteed.

If there is one thing this pandemic has taught us , it would be to enjoy the moment as much as we can  , never take things for granted and be grateful for everything we have , with the ghost of last year’s quarantine summer dooming over us , summer 2021 is expected to be a well-deserved , out of this world one , enjoy your summers & tan lines , but most importantly enjoy taking care of yourselves , your health , your mindset & well , your skin  , a good skin is a good health , & what is a better investment than your own health ?

COVID-19 & Why You STILL Need To Wear a Mask

The Year 2019 marked the onset of deadly viral pandemic, one that killed more than 4 million and infected more than 8 million people, one that altered our lives in small and enormous ways and changed the whole world’s path.  Today, almost 2 years later, this pandemic is ongoing & taking precautions like wearing a mask is as important as ever.

COVID-19 as we all know by now is an infectious disease which spreads from an infected person’s mouth or nose when they cough, sneeze, speak or breathe. Its Signs & symptoms may range from mild symptoms including fever, cough, runny nose & headache to severe critical ones leading to respiratory failure & death.

Precautions against covid include proper hygiene, social distancing & most importantly, wearing a mask. Face Masks have proven to be a very effective means of controlling the pandemic, as it protects you from contacting the virus and from spreading it as well.

There’s a lot we still don’t know about the coronavirus, this has of course led to a lot of different information. However, one thing for sure is, wearing a mask is definitely with no doubt still a must, even after the development of vaccines & here’s why;

  • The virus is mutating and new strains are evolving
  • No vaccine offers 100% protection so the risk of getting COVID-19 after vaccination isn’t zero
  • There is limited data regarding how effective vaccines are against the delta strain & vaccines that have been distributed are less effective against delta, so it makes sense for vaccinated people to wear masks
  • There is no available enough evidence regarding how infectious a vaccinated person who caught corona is.
  • A Face mask may offer added protection against getting sick. There are no known risks to wearing it.
  • Since you can’t always tell who is vaccinated and who is not, telling everyone to wear a mask can help stop the spread of the virus by people who are infected but don’t have any symptoms.

What To Look For In Your Face Mask:

  • Has two or more Protective layers
  • Completely covers your nose and mouth
  • Fits snugly against the sides of your face and doesn’t have gaps
  • Has a nose wire toprevent air from leaking out of the top of the mask

The Short Answer is, we wear a mask to comply with local health guidelines , but that’s not really the right answer , wearing a mask goes way beyond ‘rules’ , it’s about protecting your loved ones & yourself , it’s about protecting the 90 year old with multiple health problems , who has been quarantined for over a year , so wear your face mask , but more importantly choose the right face mask & needless to say , we’ve always got you covered.

Which Cleanser Best Suits Your Skin Type?

We’ve all been there, staring at the computer with an endless collection of cleansers starring right back, contemplating which cleanser was actually made for your skin type.

A good skincare routine consists of different steps including toning, hydrating, exfoliating, protecting…, some of these habits are a must, others are extras, but some are nonnegotiable, and cleansing is definitely one.

Cleansing is the act of clearing your face of unwanted substances from the skin’s surface. A facial cleanser or wash clears your skin of dirt, sweat, bacteria, excess sebum, dead skin cells and residual make up; helps unclog pores and maintain a healthy glowing complexion, it should be done twice daily, in the morning & at night.

Why it is essential to know which cleanser suits your skin type?

When it comes to cleansers, there is no ‘one type fits all’, and choosing the wrong cleanser can lead to dryness, irritation & acne.  So how do you actually know which cleanser suits your skin type?

First, know your skin type;

  • Oily skin ; appears as ‘shiny’ or ‘greasy’
  • Dry skin ; appears as ‘flaky’
  • Combination skin ; oily T zone & Dry U zone
  • Normal Skin; perfectly balanced.

Second, know your skin concern;

  • Acne
  • Very sensitive
  • Aging
  • Pigmented

 Finally, know your preference, which cleansing texture do you prefer?

Cleansers are available in many different forms including

  • Gel Cleansers
  • Cream Cleansers
  • Foam Cleansers
  • Oil Cleansers
  • Powder Cleansers
  • Soap cleansers
  • Micelle water
  • Cleansing wipes

All Textures serve the same benefit, but each suits a specific skin type & concern.

  • If you have oily skin


  • A cleanser that helps manage excess oils without overly drying the skin
  • A non-comedogenic gentle foam, gel, and/or exfoliating cleansers


  • If you have dry skin


  • Cleansers that offer hydration and nourishment along with basic cleansing.
  • Cream cleansers are often the best facial cleansers for people with dry skin. Look for products that are formulated using glycerin and emollients such as petrolatum, ceramides & lanolin which retains moisture.


  • If you have combination skin


  • A product that both hydrates and moisturizes. A mild, balanced cleanser is the best choice.


  • Acne – Prone Skin


  • Cleansers containing salicylic acid , glycolic acid or benzoyl peroxide


  • Ageing or pigmented skin


  • contains antioxidants, such as Rose Flower Oil and Vitamin E


Great skin is not simply a matter of DNA — your daily habits have a big impact on what you see in the mirror. The game of skin Care routine is a very tricky one , with the countless products available on the market , it’s a confusing one as well , however  , once you understand the criteria , how , why and what to look for in your skin care products ,  and once you do find the right products  , no exaggeration , you can call it a turning point in your life .

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