Can sleep reduce acne? We all know that getting a good night’s sleep means we’re much more likely to feel refreshed and energised with a sense of well-being in the morning. The fact that all mammals sleep suggests that sleep has a definite purpose. It is critical for us to function both biologically and physiologically.
With life taking another cautious step in a return to normality and more of us out and about, PRAVIRAL immune support® has these 10 nutrition and lifestyle tips to help give your immune system support.
Research by the American Diabetes Association has found that around a third of people with diabetes will have a skin disorder caused or affected by diabetes at some time in their lives. In some cases, the onset of adult acne is actually one of the first visible signs of developing diabetes.
We’ve collated a few back acne dos and don’ts to help you understand the causes of back acne, shine a light on the best back acne treatment, learn some of our top tips for clear skin on your whole body and how to get rid of back acne naturally.
Most of us would acknowledge that when the sun shines our sense of wellbeing is increased and that sunshine appears to improve the quality of our skin, but does warmer weather cause acne?
Many of us are familiar with the term probiotics, the ‘good bacteria’ found in a healthy gut. Less well known is the term prebiotic, the food that these beneficial bacteria thrive on. If you’re wondering why we’re talking about the difference between prebiotics and probiotics then read on.
When you hear the word allergy, you probably associate it with asthma, hay fever, sneezing, coughing, sore eyes and skin conditions such as eczema, but did you know a food allergy or intolerance can be an underlying cause of acne?
One of the primary ingredients in PRAVENAC help: clear skin®, Lactoferrin is an iron-binding protein present in large quantities in colostrum and in breast milk, in external secretions (including sweat, tears and saliva) and in polymorphonuclear leukocytes (a type of white blood cell which releases enzymes during infections).
A close look in the mirror can often be an additional wake-up call as smoking has a significant and negative impact on our skin, causing sagging, wrinkling skin and an uneven skin tone as well as exacerbating acne and spots.
Would you ever have thought that the ingredients in your skincare products might actually cause or contribute to acne? You’ll see many skincare products on the high street and available online that are labelled “non-irritating” or “non-comedogenic” indicating that the ingredients they contain are good for your skin, won’t cause irritation or redness and won’t…