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New Silver Serum is Smart Bomb for acne & acne rosacea

It’s a misconception that bacteria is bad for acne. The skin has both bad AND good bacteria living on its surface. It’s the bad bacteria that leads to acne, but the good bacteria is essential for healthy and youthful skin. Although the underlying causes of acne and acne rosacea may vary, inflammation and puss is […]

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New caffeine enriched Oregon Serum helps manage psoriasis

A new skin serum containing the plant extract Oregon Grape Root and caffeine can help improve the symptoms of psoriasis. Psoriasis is a recurrent skin condition that affects around 2% of  the UK population. It is caused by an acceleration of skin cell production. Normally a skin cell matures in 21-28 days. Psoriatic cells, however, […]

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New 80p-a-day pill for osteoarthritis

British scientists may have found a cheap way to help arthritis sufferers feel less pain. [quote]An 80p-a-day pill has been found to reduce the damage caused to knee joints by osteoarthritis by a third.[/quote] The new pill, called Protelosa, contains the chemical strontium ranelate, which is thought to encourage the body to produce cartilage. Protelosa […]

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Tree gum combats mouth ulcers

A UK trial has found that a natural chewing gum made from mastic gum could be the first preventative treatment to for mouth ulcers. 1 in 5 people suffer from the pain of mouth ulcers but although most conventional topical medications, such as antimicrobial mouthwashes and topical corticosteroids can help mask the pain of mouth […]

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Kalme Undercoat is a new armour for sensitive skin

 Kalme Undercoat  could be a one-stop solution to the complex and growing problem of over-sensitive skin. Sensitive skin is a huge problem as it causes everything from irritating rashes to spots. Sensitive skin can be caused by skin conditions such as rosacea, eczema, dermatitis or psoriasis but can also exist on it’s own as a […]

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Yeast Face Masque banishes bacteria that causes acne

Yeast Face Masque could help reduce the skin bacteria that causes acne. Acne is caused by an over-production of sebum, which is often the result hormonal disruptions such as puberty, monthly menstruation, pregnancy or menopause. In addition stress can alter hormonal balances in the body and lead to increased sebum production. Acne is arises when […]

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Indigo cream is latest weapon against psoriasis

Indigo cream contains a natural plant extract called Indigo could be the latest weapon in fighting the chronic skin condition psoriasis, according to new research. Psoriasis is a recurrent skin condition that affects around 2% of  the UK population. Psoriasis is caused by an acceleration of skin cell production. Normally a skin cell matures in […]

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Oat Soak – bath time relief for very dry skin

Oat Soak bath sachets from Skin Shop are an ingeniously simple way of giving itchy and irritated eczema prone or dry skin all the healing benefits from oats, without your bath looking like a large bowel of porridge. Oats have been used for thousands of years as a skin soothing aide and even today, many doctors […]

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Defensil Rescue Serum Review

Defensil Rescue Serum contains a natural plant steroid that Swiss scientists claim is as effective as steroids for relieving itchy skin caused by eczema. Skin Magazine asked a Skin Shop customer and eczema tester to try Defensil and give us their verdict; What is in Defensil? Defensil combines two key natural ingredients. A concentrated extract from Cardiospermum seeds […]

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Dry Eye Gel for dry and irritated skin around the eyes

  Dry Eye Gel is a natural gel for calming and soothing red, itchy, dry or inflamed skin around the eye and on the eyelids. In women, cosmetics and make up remover products are largely responsible for irritation, redness and itchiness around the eyes. In addition other eye conditions that affect men and women as well as […]

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