The Skin Blog
dr.NC Dermatologist’s tips to do this Summer! As summer approaches the temperature is rising, the days are getting longer, and the UV rays are more intense. The perfect fertiliser to activate and stimulate pigmentation in your skin. Pigmentation (think brown blotchy spots and dots in your skin)...As the seasons transition, and the days become longer and brighter (at long last), there’s also a change in temperature, humidity levels, and environmental factors. In winter we lose moisture from our skin, it becomes drier and more sensitive - a process known as osmosis) - which means ...As seen in VOGUE Australia, Jan 2023 issue. Want to future-proof your skin against the harsh Australian sun? dr.NC founder Dr Natasha Cook explains the simple yet effective, Backed by Science solutions to combat the harsh Australian sun and weather. If humidity and heat normally nix your plans ...This article was originally published on SPA+CLINIC. SPA+CLINIC catches up with leading Dermatologist Dr Natasha Cook for her take on spray-on sunscreens.When it comes to sunscreen, there are many emerging products wanting to claim the title for most innovative, and as many clients are put-off fr...Are your committing suicide for your skin? Australian leading dermatologist explains: When it comes to SPF and sun protection apart from the formulation the single most important factor to guarantee the product protects you is application!! Application is everything. It’s why I believe that spray...Now available: TWO new shades of my Concentrated CC+ Cream SPF30. There are now 4 shades to choose from - Ivory, Light, Medium and Tan - and these four shades aim to cover the most common skin types and shades, based on the true dermatologist classification of Fitzpatrick skin types.Get smart or get burned! SO the warmer months are approaching and its time to review the facts of UV and light and the effect it has on your skin.