What happens if you stop cleansing and moisturising your skin?

Inspired by reading an interview with Adina Grigore where she puts the argument for doing nothing to your skin forward, I decided to ditch my skincare products for a week to see what would happen. After all if those wanting to detox their bodies cut out foods, so if I wanted to “reset” my skin it makes sense to stop using products… right?

During my skin detox I didn’t just stop washing my face, I stopped using anything on my face. All I did was splash my face with water twice a day and that was it. No cleansers, no serums, no makeup, nothing! View Post

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How to rehydrate your skin after a long-haul flight

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It is no secret that flying can be pretty hard on your body and with the air on board having less moisture than the Sahara desert it is no wonder that we often find ourselves disembarking with dull, grey, dehydrated skin.

For those that know me, or are regular readers of this blog you will know that I am a bit of a skincare fanatic, and when I first started working as cabin crew I quickly noticed the effect that regular long haul flights were having on my skin. After months of trial and error I have found a method that works for me when it comes to rehydrating my skin after a long flight. View Post

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Ten ways to look after your skin in your twenties

photo (16)I once read that in your twenties your skin should be at its peak, with teenage acne behind you and wrinkles still a few years away. Well I don’t know about you, but at 26 keeping pimples at bay is still a major skincare priority of mine and I have already begun to notice fine lines forming around my eyes… However, spots or no spots skin starts to age in your mid-twenties and so now is the time to start treating our skin with care. View Post

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