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Is Eyestrain & Premature Ageing Linked?

The eyes are said to be the window of our soul and are often considered to be the most important of our five senses. With our increased use of computers and mobiles, eyestrain is becoming an ongoing problem for many people.

Eyestrain and tiredness often leads to dark circles, puffiness and irritation around the eye area and if prolonged will lead to premature ageing.
By far the best remedy for eyestrain is time away from electronic devices and getting more sleep although it’s not always practical or possible to get the rest we need.

Cold, thinly sliced cucumber placed onto closed eyes for a few minutes will relieve some of the soreness and tiredness. The astringent action from the cucumber juice will help as cucumbers are high in antioxidants and flavonoids. Read More

What is your skin diet?

What we apply onto the skin, our daily moisturisers and perfumes will absorb into our body.

In a society that places youthful looks near the top of the list, changes to hair and skin can cause significant concern & low self-esteem. Whether you’re in your teens or reaching mid life, hormonal changes may cause dry skin, wrinkles, brown markings (melasma) uneven skin tone, redness and acne. Read More

Perfect Skin! Ultimate Anti Ageing Breakthrough!

Have I got your attention? I often get asked what I use on my own skin. With all of the Beauty By Nature products at my disposal just how much product can you actually load onto your skin? My secret is layering. My skin is normal however if I had issues with breakout, I would still layer my products. Serums are a sure fire way for getting results fast. Read More

Beauty comes from within

Sleep your way to good skin

Do you find that the lines on your face from your pillow don’t disappear as fast as they used to?

Always sleeping on your side increases wrinkles on your cheeks and chin. This is because sleeping in the same position produces “sleep lines” or wrinkles etched into the surface of the skin that often take awhile to disappear once you’re up. Sleeping on your back can help reduce wrinkle formation. Read More

What is ‘change of life’ and how will it affect me?

At around age 45 to 55 (sometimes as young as 35) women experience a reduction in the female hormone estrogen, which triggers symptoms that differ from woman to woman. Sleeplessness, weight gain, hot flashes, memory loss, emotional disturbance, dry hair and dry skin are common.

In a society that places youthful looks near the top of the list, changes to hair and skin can cause significant concern and low self esteem. Although the ageing process is ongoing, before menopause begins there is a general speeding up of the skin’s reduction in elasticity, skin slackness & loss of tone: pigmentation often increases. Read More

Avoid dermatitis with natural ingredients in skin care

Dermatitis can be avoided

Honey, paw paw and vitamin B5 are the key ingredients we use in our shea and cocoa butter based face mask and the results have been extraordinary. Initially this product was born to help dry skin sufferers and ageing skin and now we’re finding everything from cracked skin, itchy skin and even dermatitis not only the face but also on fingers and patches on the body can be relieved with this combination of healing ingredients. Read More

Beauty By Nature & Channel 9 A Current Affair

If you haven’t already read our latest mail out, here is a letter I recently wrote to Channel 9’s A Current Affair….

There has been a lot of hype and misinformation in the media lately regarding the effectiveness of skin care products. Last week Channel 9 A Current Affair ran a story regarding this very topic. They interviewed a dermatologist and a cosmetic chemist. Their conclusion was that skin care products despite the cost and ingredients all have the same affect on the skin. Here is my response to ACA. Read More

Why use cosmetics with these ingredients?

The way to determine if a cosmetic is good quality is not by looking at the price or being fooled by advertising hype! Study the ingredients on the label. As this can be very confusing, (unless you’re a scientist!) we have made this easier by creating a reference list of ‘ingredients used in cosmetics’. Read More

Home Skin Care Ritual

In the evening

Cleanse your skin with Gentle Foaming Cleanser or Purifying Face Wash in the shower or over a wash basin to remove the pollution from the day. Or Light & Gentle Cleansing Milk is perfect to remove makeup with either a warm face washer or cotton wool. For gentle makeup removal around eye area use Flower Eyemakeup Remover.

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Why Models Stay Young Till Sixty

It’s not too late.  Start now.  Our skin is capable of cell rejuvenation and repair and there are a number of things we can do to promote that.  The focus should be put on 1. Reorganising the way you eat and the way you handle stress and 2. Protect yourself from the environment which includes choosing the right kinds of anti aging skin care products and treatments.

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Does what we eat affect our skin?

I often get asked if certain foods really do cause pimples ….and wrinkles! And the answer is a resounding YES. It is important to look at the acid and alkaline balance of foods and how they effect our body – and skin.

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Health, Nutrition and the Skin

Essential Fatty Acids, what are they?  In this day of ‘low fat’ and ‘no fat’ the information on Essential Fatty Acids can be confusing. Just what are Essential Fatty Acids and why do we need them?

First the basics on fats: Fats and oils in foods are made up of basic units called fatty acids. There are 3 major categories: monounsaturated, polyunsaturated, and saturated fats. Two specific types of polyunsaturated fatty acids, linoleic and alpha-linolenic, are called essential fatty acids. The body doesn’t create essential fatty acids (EFA’s) however they are quite simply essential to life and health.  The only way that we can obtain EFA’s are through our diet. Read More

Can certain foods affect my skin?

Lifestyle tips for glowing skin!

I often get asked if certain foods really do cause pimples ….and wrinkles!  And the answer is a resounding YES.    It is important to look at the acid and alkaline balance of foods and how they effect our body – and skin. Read More

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