Sick of waking up in the morning with puffy, inflamed looking skin? There are lots of things that can cause puffiness around the face – everything from diet to not getting enough sleep – but that doesn’t mean you have to live with it.
Massage rollers can be used to gently drain the lymphatic system, a part of your body which contains fluid and can lead to the appearance of puffiness.
Face rolling also improves the circulation, which means that more nutrients and more oxygen can get to your skin. This is important because it helps you to get that fresh, healthy looking glow.
Many people suffer from skin complaints around the eyes. Modern life often means that we’re not getting as much sleep as we need – and this leads to dark circles and bags as well as puffiness and a general tired look. The skin under our eyes is also affected by the aging process, starting to sag and wrinkle as we get older.
It’s easy enough to address these issues if you reach for the right eye cream or gel. We have a great range of different eye products available, using different luxury ingredients to target specific concerns. Here are five of our favourites.
Puffiness around the eyes is one of the most common skin complaints that we hear. A big night out with too little sleep or a few too many beverages can easily lead to short term puffiness that makes your skin look dull and tired.
And even if you look after your skin well, the natural aging process can eventually lead to increased puffiness as well as other eye complaints such as dark circles and bags.
If you’re struggling with puffy eyes, then drinking more water and getting more sleep could help. You can also consider using a cooling eye patch to quickly treat the problem and dramatically improve the appearance of the skin.
Today we’re shining the spotlight on something slightly different: our great range of bamboo dinner sets for kids!
These bright and colourful sets come in a range of different styles and designs, with something to suit every youngster. Here are a few reasons to consider adding bamboo tableware to your next mealtime.
What plans do you have for post-lockdown life? With the government’s ‘stay at home guidance’ lifted and more attractions starting to reopen, it’s starting to look like there will be plenty of opportunities to get out and about with your family this summer.
It also seems like there will be a lot more potential for international travel later this year – so although it’s a little early to start jetting off to sunny beaches, it’s definitely something that we can start to plan for.
Hyaluronic acid has been a hot beauty product for a couple of years now, but something about the idea of putting acid onto the skin still puts a lot of people off!
Well, don’t let the name deceive you – hyaluronic acid is actually an incredible ingredient that can help to improve the texture and overall condition of the skin.
We’re here to answer some of the most common hyaluronic acid questions, and explain how you can incorporate it into your routine.
When it comes to understanding how skincare products benefit your skin, some are more obvious than others. It’s obvious how cleansers, moisturisers and exfoliators are going to help you improve the quality of your skin, but many of us are still unsure about what toners, serums, essences and ampoules are.
We’re going to take a look at each in turn, so that you can understand the unique benefits to your skin – and how they differ from one and other.
Remember, a skincare routine can consist of as many or as few of these products as you feel your skin needs. Playing around with different products and ingredients is a great way to find a routine that works for you.
We all know that moisturiser is an essential part of our daily skincare routine. Even oily skin can become dehydrated, and using a good moisturiser will make it look and feel much healthier. But it's not simply a case of choosing any product off the shelf.
Different moisturising creams will treat the skin in different ways, and the active ingredients used will help to treat other skincare issues that you may be having. Here's a quick guide to choosing the right moisturiser for your skin type.
We know that there’s a lot more to good beauty products than a great scent, but ingredients that smell good enough to eat are definitely no bad thing. That’s what you’ll get from the Organic Shop’s Body Desserts range, which offer a real feast for all the senses.
The Body Desserts collection offers a selection of different body scrubs which can be used when you’re in the bath or shower to gently cleanse or exfoliate your skin. With options for every skincare need, let’s take a look at what makes these products such a treat.
Fine lines and wrinkles are a natural part of getting older – but if you prefer the appearance of your skin without them, there are plenty of products out there to help you reduce them (or get rid of them altogether!).
We recommend adding a serum to your skincare routine, as this will allow you to apply a concentrated dose of carefully targeted ingredients to your skin. Serums should be applied after you cleanse and tone your skin, but before any creams or moisturisers. Here are five of the best: