Hashimoto’s Disease is an autoimmune disorder which causes the bodies antibodies to attack healthy thyroid tissue. One of Hashimoto’s characteristic symptoms is rough, cracked or scaly skin which occurs due to a reduction in blood supply to the skin. In advanced cases this reduction can be as much as 75-80%, leading to the skin being unable to replenish its supply of healthy cells due to the inadequate level of blood flow. However, there are some changes you can make in your life that can minimise the effect of Hashimoto’s Disease on your skin.
The cold outdoors and warm in-doors of Winter create a drab environment that drains the moisture from your skin, leaving it dry and flakey. While there are a range of skincare products out there promising to resolve this issue, there are a number of household solutions that can also provide similar results.
With Winter in full swing now, it’s super important to make sure you’re taking care of your skin accordingly. Winter’s conditions are completely different for your skin compared to the warmer months and often. Our recent post explores 5 ways to protect your skin this Winter. Today, we go through a few more things you can do specifically with your skincare routine.
Atopic eczema is one of the most common skin conditions, affecting about 30% of Australian children who likely carry this onto adulthood. As a chronic inflammatory skin condition, patients experience itchy and dry skin because of defects in their skin barrier activity.
Of course, getting your vitamins in with your diet is extremely important and will definitely do wonders for your skin. However, topically applying vitamins can be particularly effective in preventing and correcting damage. Today we go through 4 vitamins that you should definitely explore. However, it’s important to remember that these might not react well on everyone’s skin, especially in high concentrations.
With so many components to a healthy skincare routine, moisturising can seem like another chore especially after a long day or if you’re caught in an early morning rush. However, moisturising is one of the most important aspects of your skincare routine. But how does it do it? Find out about the Magic of Moisturiser below!
Finding a skincare routine that works for combination skin can be a headache. If finding effective and affordable products is a pain, we’ve compiled a list of essential vitamins that can help nourish your combination skin.
Vitamin deficiencies are not only bad for your body’s overall health, they can cause side effects such as dry skin. Making sure you have the right amount of vitamins either through your diet or through supplements can bring your skin back to life. These are the 4 vitamins you should focus on if your goal is a more radiant complexion.
Not only are vitamins an essential for our diets, they’re essential for our skin health. After all, the skin is the largest organ in our body and recent studies conducted by The University of Afyon Kocatepe have found that people with acne often suffer from vitamin deficiencies. As a result, it’s essential to consume these vitamins in your diet to prevent and cure acne.
With hundreds of thousands of articles advocating the ‘latest and greatest’ skin care advice it’s difficult to stay up to date and informed. To help sift through the layers of different skin care opinions, we have 4 of the best tips for your skin to achieve that healthy and radiant glow.
Winter is coming and this change in season comes with a new set of challenges for our skin. The season’s characteristic cold weather and low humidity levels result in a dry air that constantly robs skin of its natural oils and moisture. This problem is exacerbated by...