We’ve all heard of exfoliation, but how much do you know about its importance? Exfoliation is known to be an equally important step in our skincare routines as cleansing, applying a serum and moisturising. As the cooler months start to...
The healing benefits of Aloe Vera for our skin are second to none. Aloe Vera has been widely used in herbal remedies for topical skin conditions for years. The clear gel found inside the plant is extremely hydrating, anti-inflammatory and can help to treat burns, acne and dry areas.
Skincare has come a long way since makeup wipes and a moisturiser from your local grocery store. As our needs have increased and we become more savvy, industry experts are helping to change the face of the beauty industry with exciting and innovative ingredients that help to protect and perfect all manner of skin concerns.
Now summer has officially ended, we are all looking to improve pigmentation whilst spending a little bit more time at home. Dull, uneven skin tone, patchiness and dark spots are nobody's best friend – yet sadly most of us contend with pigmentation in some way or another particularly once the season of sunshine is over. Those who experience discolouration, dark spots or brown patches, totally understand how difficult it can be to cover them with a concealer or foundation.
You need to be able to trust that whatever you put on your skin is safe. At the same time, any skincare you use should actually work too. Here is a who’s who of those natural skincare superstars, including where they come from and what they do.
We have pigment in our skin to protect our genetic code against ultra-violet light. However, damage and stress to melanocytes can cause darker patches on your skin. Learn what ingredients can help with hyper-pigmentation.
We all want to look our best. So, when it comes to making sure your skin glows and shows as it should, it’s a good idea to know the things that will make the biggest positive difference. Should you exfoliate or rejuvenate? Cleanse or clean? Moisturise or microneedle? Here are 5 essential tips for your skincare routine that you should incorporate into your everyday.
We have all experienced the effects of sun damage to our skin. On the surface we experience signs such as sunburn where our skin is inflamed and may peel after a few days. However, the sun causes a lot more damage than what we see on the surface and ultraviolet radiation (UV) is one of the biggest causes of skin damage.
A big part of the Ellus & Krue story involves our partnership with the Cancer & Ageing Research Foundation. We sat down with Professor Derek and asked him about his research and what it means for skincare.