Blemish or breakout prone skin starts in the area surrounding the skin hairs: the hair follicles become blocked with dead skin cells and oil, eventually leading to congestion and breakouts. The most commonly affected areas are the face, neck, back, chest and shoulders.
Through extensive research and trials, Environ has found that the best approach to improving the appearance of breakout-prone skin is to normalise the vitamin A deficiency and target the problematic skin simultaneously with their new Focus Care Clarity+ Product Range.... read more
At the end of summer our skin needs some special attention: it has been exuberantly exposed to the sun’s dangerous UV-A and UV-B rays, it has been soaked in chlorinated swimming pools, dried in the salty sea breeze, it has been dehydrated and it may have recovered from several mild or serious sunburns. But we acquired a nice and fashionable sun tan … which will gradually disappear again when we return to the real non-holiday working life.... read more
Hydroxy Acids have become very popular in the last 25 years and are included in specific skin care products. They are mainly derived from sugar cane, red wine, sour buttermilk, almonds, apples, grapes and citrus fruits. ... read more
A major cause of skin damage is excessive Ultra Violet radiation, which is increasing due to worldwide environmental changes and to the fact that we all live longer and subsequently our skin is exposed to UV light much longer than it used to. Ultra Violet radiation is part of the electromagnetic (light) spectrum that reaches the earth from the sun. Its wavelengths are shorter than these of normal daylight, making it invisible to the naked eye.... read more