This time of year we are all thinking about what to get our loved ones for Christmas. Well Daytox has released some new addition just in time and you are going to love them!
Award winning Aesthetic Doctor Dr. Rekha Tailor of Health & Aesthetic clinic in Elstead, Surrey gives expert advice on how to look after your skin this Winter Cooler climates, central heating and harsh winds are all very damaging for your skin health and can often result in a dehydrated and tired complexion.
Bad weather in winter can cause havoc in our day-to-day lives, but keeping warm can come at a cost on a more personal level. Using central heating can be the most damaging part of the season for our skin.
It’s one of the best times of the year! Dreamy snow and melodic jingles are in the air, and holiday cheer is everywhere.
In the world of skincare and makeup, things seem to be changing at the speed of light. It appears like every new day brings a new magical cream, an abundance of serums that promise to change our skin forever, along with numerous other topical innovations. They all boast an abundance of retinol, vitamins, collagen and antioxidants that guarantee a flawless complexion and plump, radiant skin. It was only a matter of time when something new will appear on the skincare market, and now it has. To our surprise, it wasn’t another skincare product, at least not one applied in a traditional matter.
Although the effectiveness of the new drinkable skincare trend is yet to transpire, every innovative step is bound to tickle and intrigue us. If it proves effective, it could change the way we view and practice skincare for good, but as the effectiveness of the new trend still await proof, all we can do is explore the topic with as many pieces of information we have, give it a go and see what happens.
What is drinkable skincare exactly? Given that it’s a ‘brand new thing’ in skincare, it’s difficult to put a finger on it. The rise of drinkable collagen or even a digestible SPF and probiotics in concoctions that promise to reduce dark spots and dull skin, fight aging and target numerous other skincare issues and concerns is, however, undeniable. The products in question vary from vitamin-rich juices to dry supplements that are supposed to be added to your regular beverages.
Besides, the ‘line’ of products goes as far as to introduce a collagen peptide, a drink whose effectiveness has been studied by the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology. According to their report, the consumption of this drink has increased skin hydration within an eight-week time span, as well as collagen density in the dermis. The study concludes that the oral supplementation has definitely proven effective in slowing down the aging process, and that is definitely food for thought.
Again, it’s difficult to state where the idea for this kind of skincare came from, but given the increasing popularity of fresh-pressed juices that were initially used as a means to detox and cleanse the body from the built-up toxins, this is a safe place to start. It’s hard not to notice that people have been investing in quality cold-press juicers, like the ones by reputable brands such as Kuvings for years now, as they wish to get all the best ingredients out of their fruits and other members of the superfoods family.
The term superfoods has been around for quite some time now. One of their trademark features is the fact that they do wonders for the skin. The holistic approach to skincare has always emphasized the inextricable bond between the gut and the skin, claiming that what we put inside our body is as important (if not more important) as what we put on it. For instance, according to the holistic approach, sedentary lifestyle, a sugar-based diet and food sensitivities don’t only affect our overall health, but inevitably reflect on our skin, and NYC-based dermatologist Whitney Bowe, MD agrees. She states that “research has shown that the bacteria in your gut interact with your immune system, which leads to changes in your skin. Harmful bacteria in your gut can lead to inflammation—like redness, acne, and rosacea.”
Therefore, it comes as no surprise that the effects of a healthy diet featuring yogurts, and vitamin-packed juices will be easily visible. It’s even less surprising that someone came up with drinkable solutions for all our skin problems.
Predicting the future is a tricky feat, but if the study with collagen is any indication, it’s safe to assume that we’ll be seeing more and more of these types of skincare products. That being said, this is still a novelty, and one that could fade out just as fast as it came in, so don’t go clearing out your bathroom cabinets just yet. Of course, pressed juices are always welcome, as we know how important vitamin intake is for our health. As for skincare, yes, the connection between body and skin is strong, but whether drinkable skincare products will stand the test of time – well, only time will tell.
Wtitten by Sophia Smith
The anti-aging industry has seen a significant amount of growth in the last few years. According to a report on Globe News Wire, this industry is expected to reach a global worth of more than £156 billion by the end of 2021.
From the “full face using only highlighters” challenge, to the numerous ads promising to make you look like a glowing goddess, it’s clear that strobing is a trend that isn’t going anywhere. There’s something so deliciously inspiring about dabbing highlighter on your face, it’s this little step that instantly boosts your confidence and makes you want to admire yourself in the mirror. And when the sun hits your face? Unf, girl. Blinding radiance! Now, we all know how to get the perfect strobe with the help of the right product, but did you know you can also get it naturally? That sexy supermodel skin is entirely possible to accomplish, and we’re here to tell you how.
A glowing complexion is a healthy complexion, and there’s really no amount of highlighter that will help you if you let bad habits and processed food ruin your face. Avoid sugar if you’re prone to breakouts, and eat veggies such as tomatoes, which contain lycopene and may lower acne-promoting hormones. Leafy green veggies, salmon, boiled eggs and blueberries will make your skin look great, and if you want a really healthy boost, add turmeric spice to your food. Here’s a recipe for a turmeric tea elixir that will transform you from the inside out.
If we don’t exfoliate our skin becomes textured, uneven and loses its lustre pretty quickly. So, grab a good scrub and slough away that dirt and you’ll be amazed at the velvety softness of your face. After you exfoliate, apply a face mask to nourish the skin.
Always Wear SPF
This is really important, because most of the signs of aging actually come from sun damage that gathers up over the years. All those wrinkles and brown spots appear if you don’t apply your sunscreen daily, so grab something that has an SPF of 30, and use it every single day, regardless of the season.
Moisturize, Moisturize, Moisturize
Consistent, everyday skincare routine is the key to success. Find a moisturiser that suits your skin type, and consider using a serum as well, especially if you want something with intense anti-aging properties. For very dry skin, hydrating misting sprays can offer instant relief, and you can carry them in your bag and spritz them whenever you feel like you need an extra dose of moisture. This also gives you such a lovely dewy glow that looks natural.
Don’t Neglect Your Neck And Chest
So many people forget to include their neck and chest in their routine. The skin there tends to show signs of aging really fast if we don’t pay attention, so simply extend everything you do with your face, onto your neck and chest area.
Strip Off Your Makeup Before Bed
No faster way to breakouts and dull, ugly skin than constantly forgetting to take your makeup off. Cleansing is important, so use some micellar water to take your makeup off, regardless of how minimal it was. This will ensure your skin keeps it natural, healthy shine.
Get Enough Sleep
Dark circles and puffy eyes hardly scream glowing goddess, so please, try to get enough sleep. The stress that comes from not getting your proper rest reflects very poorly on your skin, and you don’t want to wake up looking like a zombie every day. If you get your 7-8 hours of rest, you’ll have a beautiful brightness to your fact that will draw people in.
Feeling good in our own skin is a truly priceless feeling. There’s nothing like knowing that our skin is so soft and beautiful, that we can just leave the house with barely any makeup on and still look absolutely gorgeous. Remember to drink plenty of water to give it a hydration boost, follow these tips, and get your glow on.
Written by Georgia Selih