7 things that could be making your skin worse
Nearly everyone has experienced bad skin at some point: it’s just a fact of life. While we’re told to drink more water and avoid greasy foods, sometimes there’s no stopping small bouts of acne or itchy rashes.
Why you should see a dermatologist in your 20s & 30s
Skin is the single largest organ in the human body, but it is also one of the most vulnerable. As the skin ages, it loses resilience and everything from hormonal imbalances, to environmental aggressors like viruses, UV rays and air pollution, can contribute to dull and tired-looking skin.
Skin with Justine - The Skin Fillers Debate
With 37% of us worrying that lip fillers would leave us with an infamous ‘trout pout’.
Stay Safe Whilst Playing & Working Outdoors
While playing sports and training outdoors is great for fitness levels, being exposed to the sun’s harmful UV rays is not. Studies on the subject highlight that athletes of certain disciplines are at greater risk of developing Skin Cancer, as well as other skin problems, such as Sunburn, Sun Damage and Sun Spots. Luckily, this risk can be reduced by taking extra care when out in the sun.
The Secret Cancer
Melanoma is now the most common cancer in the UK amongst 15 to 34 year olds. More than 13,000 people develop the disease every year compared with around 1,800 in 1975. It's rising faster than any other cancer, so why is it still our best kept secret?