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Time for a Spring Clean

By on 25 September 2014 click here to comment

IT’S TIME FOR A SPRING CLEAN! So last week finally brought us wonderful, glorious Spring – and while the sun may be shining a little brighter, your complexion may not be. ... continue reading

Repair problem skin

By on 17 September 2014 click here to comment

Problem skin can affect your confidence, and you may not want to leave the house without applying make-up. Don’t worry there are ways to get your glow back and have you feeling fresh and confident and allow you to bare your natural complexion! We’ve put together some tips on dealing with common skin issues. Dry flaky skin When your skin doesn’t get enough moisture it becomes dry, dull and flaky… not ideal! However this is one of the easiest problems to fix with the right products. Sometimes our lifestyle factors can pay a big part in drying our skin. If you work in an office with constant air conditioning you may find that your skin is more prone to dryness especially in the cooler months. Try a moisturising spray that you can use throughout the day to keep your skin hydrated. Our C4 Coconut Milk Hydrating and Nourishing Face Masks will restore the moist... continue reading

Beauty Review

By on 15 September 2014 click here to comment

By Beauty Blogger, Angel Jade A great facemask can do wonders for you skin during the long cold winter. For an instant pick me up we have been religiously using longvitalite facial and eye masks. These no mess masks are quick and easy to put on, and in under 30 minutes will unveil soft, supple, hydrated skin with a glow, which we’ve started labeling the “Longvitalite glow!” What more could your skin want? After unwrapping the face mask it instantly ignites the senses, the smell is so fresh and subtle, I apply the mask in one swift lay and then I am instant... continue reading

Skincare in your 30s

By on 29 August 2014 click here to comment

Skincare in your 30s The focus of your skincare needs to change when you reach your thirties with your skin starting to show signs of ageing. Your skin doesn’t repair itself as fast as it used to with the production of new skin cells decreasing, making your skincare regime even more important than ever Your 30s can be a very stressful time in your life with work and kids (the list could go on!), which can cause the increased production of a hormone called cortisol. Cortisol increases the amount of oil produced in your skin and can lead to breakouts. Now is the time to take some serious action! Skincare regime: Moisturise! Make sure you use a moisturiser that contains sun protection to avo... continue reading

Food to calm body & skin

By on 21 August 2014 click here to comment

Foods to calm your body and skin When you’re stressed, your body releases a surge of hormones, including cortisol which can reduce your immunity, give you digestive problems and can even increase heart disease. Not to mention the affect it can have on your skin! Cortisol breaks down collagen – the protein that keeps skin firm and plump, meaning that you are more susceptible to fine lines and wrinkles. It also increases the production of sebum, a natural oil that lubricates your skin. When too much is produced it can lead to blockages that cause break-outs. Here's some tips on foods that have a calming effect to avoid high stress levels and reduce the amount of cortisol in your system: Chamomile Tea Chamomile tea has a great soothing effect and has been found to significantly reduce anxiety levels. As well as calming... continue reading

Food to calm your body and skin

By on 21 August 2014 click here to comment

Foods to calm your body and skin When you’re stressed, your body releases a surge of hormones, including cortisol which can reduce your immunity, give you digestive problems and can even increase heart disease. Not to mention the affect it can have on your skin! Cortisol breaks down collagen – the protein that keeps skin firm and plump, meaning that you are more susceptible to fine lines and wrinkles. It also increases the production of sebum, a natural oil that lubricates your skin. When too much is produced it can lead to blockages that cause break-outs. Here's some tips on foods that have a calming effect to avoid high stress levels and reduce the amount of cortisol in your system: Chamomile Tea Chamomile tea has a great soothing effect and has been found to significantly reduce anxiety levels. As... continue reading

Love your skin with Lonvitalite

By on 15 August 2014 click here to comment

LOVE YOUR SKIN WITH LONVITALITE: FACE & EYE MASK REVIEW ... continue reading

Foods that increase collagen production

By on 22 July 2014 click here to comment

Foods that increase collagen production Collagen is a type of protein that provides the skin with strength, smoothness, elasticity and resilience. When you are young, you have an abundance of collagen in your body and as you age the collagen production in our skin declines and weakening of the skin occurs, resulting in wrinkles, fine lines around our eyes and mouth and saggy skin. The only way to delay this process is having a good skincare routine and eating the right foods. There is a range of healthy and natural foods that can increase the production of collagen making you beautiful and healthy from the inside out. Garlic - Garlic is a great source of sulfur which is necessary to produce collagen in your body. Garlic also contains... continue reading

Guest Beauty Blogger- Lonvitalite Review

By on 14 July 2014 click here to comment

LonVitalité ❤️ Hello lovely! ... continue reading

Brighter Younger Eyes

By on 3 July 2014 click here to comment

Brighter, younger eyes! Did you know your skin starts to degenerate in your mid 20’s, so there’s no time like the present to prepare and reduce ageing effects to your skin. In particular you need to pay attention to the skin around your eyes which is the thinnest and sensitive skin on your body. Because it is so fragile it is prone to fine lines, dryness, wrinkles and ageing. The skin layers are very susceptible to blinking, screwing up your eyes and laughing or smiling which you can't avoid! Blinking alone produces 10,000 movements per day! The skins elasticity is similar to a rubber band - constant tugging and pulling eventually causes loss of elasticity. Because the tissue around the eyes has very few oil glands, it lacks the natural moisture present on other parts of the body. So it is extremely important to look after this skin with a treatment or product. ... continue reading

Food for Healthy Skin

By on 27 June 2014 click here to comment

Foods for healthy skin A healthy and balanced diet is not just good for your insides, it’s great for your outside too! Foods can work from the inside out to brighten your complexion. So what are we looking at when it comes to beautiful skin from your own kitchen? Here are some of the top foods to give you a healthy glow. Almonds – full of vitamin E, which helps defend against sun damage. Cooked Tomatoes - the phytochemical that makes tomatoes red, helps eliminate skin-aging free radicals caused by ultraviolet rays Sweet Potatoes - They're loaded wi... continue reading

10 Top Winter Beauty Essentials

By on 22 June 2014 click here to comment

Feature Blog - From http://www.mslimalicious.com/ ... continue reading


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