The Skin Blog
Vitamins are essential for our health – and specifically, the health of our skin. Which is why I’m a big believer in incorporating topical vitamins into your skincare routine every single day to support it from the outside in.
As the temperature dips, so too does your natural radiance. Winter skin can suddenly appear dull, dehydrated, and dry. And where did your glow go? While I’m also a fan of in-clinic rejuvenation treatments, this is the quick, 3-step weekly treatment I use at home to put my own skin into glow mode.We hear a lot about skin types and which type should be using which skincare but the truth is, there is no scientific foundation for organising skins into different types. It’s simply skincare marketing at its confusing best.Also known as Vitamin B3, Niacinamide is one of the most impressive actives in topical skincare – which is why it’s been the hero ingredient of my dr.NC range since the very beginning.When we're talking skin goals, I find that many people underestimate the importance of an even skin tone; it really is the single most effective way to improve the health and youthful appearance of your skin.
One of the most complained-about signs of premature ageing is hyperpigmentation.
Particularly common in Australia thanks to our high levels of UV radiation, it's a skin concern that affects around 80% of my patients and has inspired a number of my formulations for at-home care.
My two-part treatment plan will help you target unwanted hyperpigmentation and visibly correct your skin tone and natural radiance.Does confinement really affect your skin?