Posts Tagged‘SkinMiles’

Review // Dermaceutic Activ Retinol 0.5

SPONSORED POST If, like me, you’ve delayed incorporating a dedicated retinol serum into your routine because you are either terrified, or haven’t found one that works for you, then I’ve got some good news for you! I’ve found ‘The One’ for beginners: the Dermaceutic Activ Retinol 0.5. Retinol is a derivative of Vitamin A and is the form most easily absorbed by the body. It acts as an antioxidant and collagen stimulator simultaneously, so not only does it protect your skin against damage by free radicals (sun, pollution etc), but it also stimulates cell turnover, thereby lessening the appearance of…

Skincare Game Changer // SkinCeuticals H.A. Intensifier Serum Review & Giveaway!

Hyaluronic Acid (“HA”) is a natural substance found in the human connective tissue whose function is to cushion and lubricate. It is also a humectant, meaning that it draws water from the environment into the skin, helping to keep it hydrated. It plays a critical role in the maintenance of moisture levels, nourishment of the skin’s matrix and improvement in the appearance of firmness, plumpness and smoothness. In short, HA is responsible for keeping the skin looking youthful and healthy, and if you want to look your best for as long as possible, I would recommend introducing this ingredient immediately.…

Ask the Expert // Top Skincare Ingredients

You will remember Dr Nikolic from his guest post on the differences between botox and dermal fillers – if you haven’t read that yet, you can see it here. Dr Nikolic has kindly agreed to pen a second post for us regarding his favourite skincare ingredients – it’s always best to get the expert’s advice on where to invest. All the products recommended by Dr Nikolic in this post can be ordered from his online store, SkinMiles. At SkinMiles, Dr Nikolic offers a free online skin assessment called Face2Face which allows you to answer a few in-depth skin questions and send a…