The ban on microplastics in cosmetics, including the immediate ban on exfoliating beads, has taken the industry by surprise.
Can a silk pillow improve your skin?
Collagen has always been a promising skincare active, but a new form of it,Nature Identical Collagen, might finally fulfill that promise.
I have written several times on this blog that I can’t make sense of all the diverse and often contradictory information out there about health. I am a great believer in the scientific method, but it has to be admitted that it isn’t good for everything you would like to know. A good example is
A question from George Hello Colin, I was hoping to hear your opinion on a moisturiser by D.R. Harris & Co, the world’s oldest pharmacy. The majority of ingredients in this cream seems very standard, but it is also formulated with isopropyl myristate and lanolin – two ingredients which I know you are particularly fond
I think I can claim to be something of an expert about soap and skincare, but the trouble with getting really immersed in a subject is that you begin to forget that not everybody knows what you know. I spend a lot of time talking to people in the beauty industry who know a great
I am, as I often am, indebted to British Beauty Blogger for her review of this remarkable product – Goldfaden MD Doctor’s Scrub – which she described as ‘one heck of a scrub’. Well it certainly should be because the first item on the ingredient list is ruby crystals. BBB is rightly cynical about beauty
What do you call someone who works somewhere you used to work, but who joined after you left? Are they still a colleague? Not sure. But whatever, someone who now works at one of my old stomping grounds drew my attention to a product that gave her a skin reaction. It is a product