Congratulations! Being pregnant is such an exciting time of your life, waiting to meet your new family member!
Back in 2017, Jacinda Ardern was the world’s youngest head of state when she was first elected Prime Minister of New Zealand and then became a new (working) mum banning most assault rifles and semi-automatic weapons across New Zealand after the Christchurch massacre.
The other day I sat down and looked at all of the responses we got in the past year from people who have completed our skin quiz.
Is it just me or do you feel like every second celebrity has pumped out a skincare range lately?
Affecting up to 2.5% of the population, psoriasis can be a devastating skin condition. Luckily only half of all psoriasis sufferers ever get it on the face, and when it happens, it seems to be mostly pretty mild, compared to other parts of the body.
What’s the best skincare routine for rosacea?
Got rosacea? You’re not alone! This fun skin condition affects around 10% of Caucasians (including me!) as well as – to a lesser extent- Latin-American, African-American, African, and Asian people.
The thought of using something to purposefully puncture the skin is a little bizarre. But starting in 1995 plastic surgeons were beginning to see the benefits of doing just that (using tattoo guns with no ink) for scar healing.
Vitamin C was one of the most googled skin care terms of 2020. So does it deserve the hype and is it right for you?
Given the cost of some of the evidence-based ingredients in skincare, we’re pretty confident that you won’t find many at your local discount pharmacy or department store.
I have two alarm clocks, the one that rings at 5am and wakes me on the mornings that I am on TV, the other ones are the puppies who wake me at 5:45 most other mornings.
You have probably seen tons of skin care brands advertising Vitamin C in their products, so should you be using it too?
Increasingly we have seen the term “pH balanced” in skin care advertising but we have never seen any brand explain what that means.
By Daniel, ESK Co-founder
The answer is yes. The skin barrier helps prevent Trans Epidermal Water Loss (TEWL) keeping moisture in your skin.
The Safe and Effective Answer to Hyperpigmentation: 4-n-Butylresorcinol
Hyperpigmentation has a number of different causes, is triggered deeper in the Dermis and can be difficult and require a long term approach to treatment to treat.
Acne breakouts along the jaw, chin and cheeks as a result of frequent wear of a protective mask.