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5 Simple steps to lock down your skincare!

So how do we look after our skin during lockdown, as stressfull as this is we do have a little more time on our hands. So lets USE some of that time to making great choices for your skin.

  1. Sleep well, easy to say I know. However a good nights sleep is crucial for good skin, try winding down at night switch off phones, ipads etc, drinks some cammoile tea, eat magnesium rich nuts, spritz lavender on your pillow. In fact invest in a silk pillow slip.
  2. Double cleanse before you go to bed, ideally with an oil based pre-cleanser to remove dirt and make up then a cleasner most suited to your skin type to actually clean your skin. This way your skin gets to work, plus your pillow slip remains cleaner for longer. Double plus, you will only need a quick freshen up in the morning.
  3. Drink water, try the 30 day challenge. Increase your water intake to 2 litres and hydrate from the inside out – yes you will pee a lot to start with but if you drink small glasses often during the day it is easier.
  4. Eat berries every day, include blueberries and strawberries. Anti oxidants are essential for skin health  and repair, they help feed the skin from within and are essential for the skin’s  integrity. 
  5. Take a supplement a great combo is:- Skin Collagen Plus

As we get older, skin starts to lose elasticity and fine lines and wrinkles start to appear. Skin Collagen Plus delivers a double impact of vitamins and nutrients to help plump and smoothe the skin.

Includes vitamins A, C and D regarded as key nutrients for collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid.
Skin Vit C contains vitamin C, nature’s prime collagen forming, radiance boosting, skin nutrient. Vitamin C also helps to recycle other antioxidants (such as vitamin E) and helps support healthy blood vessels*. Also formulated with bioflavonoids to help even skin tone.

*Vitamin C contributes to normal collagen formation for the normal function of blood vessels.Vitamin C contributes to normal collagen formation for the normal function of skin.Vitamin C contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress.Vitamin C contributes to the regeneration of the reduced form of vitamin E.


  • Supports collagen production*
  • Plumps and smoothes

Help support collagen production for youthful, healthy looking skin:

All easy tips to pop into your daily routine, email if you have any questions regarding your skin.

Thanks for reading, Mary x

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