During the pandemic it is absolutely essential to wash your hands repeatedly with product that will kill the virus but what if you have sensitive skin? As water dries out my skin, I have to use a moisturiser straight after washing my hands and this is currently multiple times a day. While my skin is not always broken on hands, it is unbelievably hard due to chronic dryness. I use a hand moisturiser by Crabtree & Evelyn, which is 'ultra moisturising' as per the name on the bottle.Read More
THE DRY HANDS OF WINTER
For several years I have suffered from very dry skin on my hands during the later months of winter, roughly between late January and early April. The worst affected areas of skin are between my fingers, on my knuckles and on my finger joints, which become so dry and chapped that the skin sometimes cracks and starts to bleed. The condition is exacerbated by any prolonged manual work such as lifting boxes, moving furniture, etc., after which it can look as if I have been dragging my handsRead More
What can Retinol do for us?
I've only just started using a face serum, recommended to me by a Sales assistant in the KIKO store, Oxford Circus. She was lovely and brutally honest! She was confident about her belief in face Serum and was adamant that I ( and everyone else for that matter) should use it to help with the pigmentation issues and the dehydrated appearance of my skin - so I purchased the Serum at a reasonable price of £23.90. The 'Sublime Youth Serum' I have been using contains Retinol.Read More