1. Wearing makeup products, including chemical-free cosmetics and sunscreen.
2. UV Damaged Skin
3. Dry skin and Oily skin
4. Acne prone skin
5. Other skin problems such as rosacea and dermitis
Probiotics are natural microorganisms classified as good bacteria that help fight illness and disease, aid in mineral metabolism and support our internal flora. Probiotics go to work on the skin in the same manner, providing antimicrobial support, protection and a calming effect. While these characteristics are ideal for most all skin types, they are particularly beneficial in acne and rosacea conditions. So should I use probiotic skincare ONLY when I...
'Parabens could be detected in the blood and urine of healthy young male volunteers a few hours after lotions were applied to their skin. '
Everything you should know about parabens
You may have noticed lately that “paraben free” labels are popping up everywhere. Parabens are the most widely used preservatives in personal care products — stopping fungus, bacteria and other microbes from growing in your favourite products, especially in the moist, warm environment of a bathroom.
Their names are a mouthful: methylparaben, ethylparaben,...
Why are NO FACE Products the most Effective?
At NO FACE our product development approach is through evidence based research and testing by dermatologists, doctors and researchers from both Australia and overseas. The products are formulated first and cell experiments are carried out in laboratories. Once our theories are proven by the lab results, we then put the products through three different stages of clinical trials on humans before they become available in the market. The whole process is especially time consuming and finance draining. That's why more than 99.8% of skin care companies don't develop products this way....