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How Does Salicylic Acid Work?

How Does Salicylic Acid Work?

Salicylic acid is suitable for oily skin with complaints such as acne, breakouts, whiteheads, blackheads, blocked pores and redness/inflammation. Salicylic acid is oil soluble, which means that when applied it works within the pore, with regular use the dirt, dead skin, bacteria and oil causing the blockage will reduce, the pore will reduce in size and the oil that was once blocked will be able to flow through the pore, this is important as our skin's natural oil (sebum) keeps our skin nourished, healthy and supple.
14, November, 2018 by Amanda Elias
How Do I Use My Glycolic, Lactic or Salicylic Acid Set?

How Do I Use My Glycolic, Lactic or Salicylic Acid Set?

Not sure on how the sets are used? Here are our guidelines.
23, October, 2018 by Amanda Elias
Meghan Markle's Skincare Secrets For That Royal Glow

Meghan Markle's Skincare Secrets For That Royal Glow

Yes, I'm going there. Love or hate the royals, there's no denying Meghan has lovely skin. And what I mean by lovely is that her skin is beautiful and natural, she has a few signs of ageing, she has a lot of beautiful freckles, there are some tiny blemishes and scars there but she doesn't slap on layers of make-up to conceal this, while she does wear make-up, she tends to focus more on the eyes, leaving the natural, healthy glow from her skin shine through.
18, May, 2018 by Amanda Elias
6 Super Simple Skin Tips To Survive The Cold Weather

6 Super Simple Skin Tips To Survive The Cold Weather

Ok so I know we’re British and we typically complain about the weather but WOW its cold! And I live in Wales, we’re used to the cold. As much as we don’t like feeling the cold, our skin can also freak out at the bitterness, leaving many people with complaints ranging from tightness all the way to severely cracked, inflamed skin.
If like me your instant thought in this weather is to crank up the heating and take ridiculously hot baths and showers then please do think again because this is going to cause havoc on your skin.
02, March, 2018 by Amanda Elias
Time To Shine

Time To Shine

At this time of year wfind ourselves looking to spring for inspiration, in an attempt to get ourselves motivated again, awakening our minds from the winter slumber. The prospect of some sunshine, and the lift in mood it brings, just can’t come soon enough here at Bravura HQ. Like many others, we have found ourselves under the perilous predominance of SAD over the past winter months. But what is SAD? According to http://www.mentalhealth.org.uk Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a form of depression that the NHS estimates to affect approximately one in fifteen people in the UK. It can be particularly severe during December, January and February. For some people, SAD is so disabling that they cannot function in winter without continuous treatment. Others may experience a milder version called sub-syndromal SAD or 'winter blues'.
29, January, 2018 by Amanda Elias
16 Tips On How to Get The Best From Your Cleanser

16 Tips On How to Get The Best From Your Cleanser

The majority of people don't actually cleanse their skin thoroughly, that may be you, maybe not and if it is, it's really not your fault and you're not alone!

Cleansing is one of the most important things you can do for your skin (as well as wearing SPF daily) but no one ever really focuses on this basic skincare ritual. Working in the beauty industry I know how undervalued cleansing is, so here is my guide to cleansing your face.

17, January, 2017 by Amanda Elias