Using natural skincare products and ingredients to avoid acne and ageing
The beauty and health industry is one of the biggest and most successful in the world, and for those who suffer from skincare problems such as acne and rosacea, chemical-based skincare products may cause further irritation.
Now, a Sydney-based skin expert is encouraging those suffering with conditions such as inflammation or dry skin to turn to natural products. Charlie De Haas says that using naturally derived skincare products can prevent skin problems such as adult acne and, further down the line, the ageing process.
Haas told the Daily Mail
: “What you want to do is fill your body with as much antioxidants as possible and then in turn they will fight the ageing process.”
Nourishing facial treatments, like those found when on a spa break in Yorkshire
, are a great way to encourage a youthful, healthy glow to your skin. Preparing your skin beforehand through consuming natural, simple ingredients will help to sustain the positive effects of your facial. Antioxidants, such as those found in blueberries, green tea and plant-based ingredients, help your body to flush out toxins that can be harmful or irritating to the skin. Not only does green tea help with clearing skin from spots or acne, but also increases your body’s metabolism, aiding weight loss.
Charlie De Hass commented: “Liquorice is calming, soothing and it can help to repair that barrier so that the skin can do its job correctly and monitor what is absorbed into the skin cells so it helps with preventing adult acne.”
As well as consuming plant products, Ms Haas also recommends upping your vitamin B intake. This can be taken as a tablet, in liquid form and is also found in some natural skincare products.
“Studies are also showing that vitamin B3 and B6 can help with depression as well - that’s why we call it liquid gold, it’s a little bit of happiness in a bottle,” she added.