How to target blackheads Blackheads are a common yet tricky skincare complaint that can affect all skin types, often appearing across the nose, chin and even cheeks. But how can you help to minimise them effectively and prevent more from developing in the future? Follow our expert guide to help keep your pores clean, clear and blackhead free.
Considered to be one of the most powerful and effective antioxidants, vitamin C provides advanced environmental protection and visible anti-ageing benefits such as reduction in the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and discolouration.
Salicylic acid is a naturally occurring component derived from many plants and has been used in medicine for thousands of years1. It is particularly abundant in the barks and leaves of willow trees, which were used as a form of pain relief by many ancient civilisations. Salicylic acid was first isolated in the early 1800s2.
Youthful skin overnight? You may be sceptical and we’re certainly not promising how to get clear skin overnight and reverse time travel while you dream, but science is increasingly showing us why products for use during our hours of sleep should be different to those we use during the day. By Vivienne Parry
Hyaluronic acid is recognised as one of the most hydrating skincare ingredients in the world due to its unique capability of binding and retaining water in the skin. This makes it particularly effective at targeting ageing signs as it delivers moisture directly to the surface layer of the dermis, plumping and smoothing the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and overall skin tone. Read on to discover more about this super-hydrating ingredient and the SkinCeuticals products that draw on its amazing benefits.
Revered for its plumping, smoothing and soothing benefits, hyaluronic acid is regarded as one of the best skincare ingredients available. Here we reveal why you should introduce this super humectant into your skincare routine and how to find the right hyaluronic acid serum in the SkinCeuticals range - no matter your skin type.
What is niacinamide?
Niacinamide is a form of vitamin (B3) which occurs naturally in very small concentrations in many foods. It was discovered in 1937, being the deficient vitamin causing Pellagra, a serious and potentially deadly disease, characterised by skin lesions1.
What you want is smooth, even and dewy skin, but what you see in your mirror after a long winter is dull and lacklustre reflection. With summer just a few warm breezes away, help is at hand. Meet hydroxy acids. By Vivienne Parry