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Drink your way to younger, more beautiful skin this Winter, with Skinade!

Wednesday 31st October 2018

Skinade is an alternative approach to skincare: a scientifically formulated drink that provides a perfect ratio of liquid to active ingredients working synergistically from the inside out to give you healthier, better and younger looking skin from within. It delivers essential micro nutrients in liquid form and helps to re-build the collagen matrix in your skin. Skinade combats the signs of ageing by reducing oxidative stress, preventing cross linking of collagen fibres, increasing moisture and hydration, increasing natural collagen production and increasing natural hyaluronic acid production within the dermal layer of the skin. As a result Skinade restores your skin's youthful appearance, improves tone, texture, hydration, smooths furrow lines and improves skin suppleness. Skinade's Ingredients Hydrolysed Marine collagen peptides Our high-grade hydrolysed marine…

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September is Organic Month...and Heavenly Green is getting involved!

Thursday 13th September 2018

What is Organic Beauty? Organic Beauty is the formulation of cosmetic products using organically farmed ingredients. These ingredients are grown without the use of Genetically Modified Organisms (GM), herbicides, synthetic fertilisers and more. Certified organic beauty products go one step further. By looking for the Soil Association symbol you're choosing a cosmetic product that says: NO animal testing NO GM NO controversial chemicals NO parabens and phthalates NO synthetic colours, dyes or fragrances NO nano particles And more importantly, says: YES to higher levels of antioxidants (up to 60%) YES to sustainably sourced organic ingredients YES to transparent manufacturing processes YES to biodegradable ingredients YES to packaging with maximum recycled content YES to protecting wildlife and biodiversity Made for Life Organics is a 100%…

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Problem free skin this Summer!!

Tuesday 31st July 2018

You may know teenagers who are suffering with bad skin, family friends or even be suffering yourself. Here at Heavenly Green we understand acne and our professional therapists are here to advise you with the best way to treat it. Acne is caused by 4 main factors Overproduction of sebum on the skinHormonal imbalanceOverproduction of bacteria on the skinImproper exfoliation of the skin This is why acne is best treated not only with products topically on the skin, but with supplements to support the skin internally. We have a wide range of topical products including cleansers and moisturisers to help reduce sebum production, balance bacteria levels and improve the skins exfoliation process. Hormonal imbalances cannot be treated topically and this is…

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A New Way To Fight Pigmentation

Saturday 7th July 2018

This week we have a question and answer session from Environ, helping us to understand their new approach to treating pigmentation. Q: What causes pigmentation and the formation of dark spots? A: Melanin is a pigment that determines skin colour. The more melanin you have, the darker your skin tone, and vice versa. Specialised cells, called melanocytes, are responsible for producing melanin. Hormonal changes, sun exposure, and certain medications can result in excess melanin production, which causes hyperpigmentation. Q: How does Environ's new Focus Careā„¢ Radiance+ Range help target and prevent pigmentation and the formation of dark spots? A: Pigmentation is one of the most difficult skincare concerns to target successfully. "There are many important factors that need to be addressed, and no…

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The power of IPL for Hair Removal

Thursday 28th June 2018

IPL stands for INTENSE PULSED LIGHT and it offers a more permanent method for hair removal than waxing or shaving. A very simple explanation is that It works by using light. A gun emitting high intensity light is placed over the area, and the heat from the light is absorbed by the melanin (pigment) in the hair follicle. This heats up the follicle and damages it, meaning over time the hair follicle dies and the hair falls out and over the course of treatments, will not grow back. As hair growth is cyclical, between 6 - 8 treatments are normally needed to catch all the hairs in the active growth phase which is most effective for treatment. Facial hairs can be more stubborn…

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NEW LVL Lash Lift

Monday 18th June 2018

Created exclusively by Nouveau Lashes, the LVL Lash Lift is the revolutionary natural lash treatment that is taking the beauty industry by storm. LVL stands for Lift, Volume and Length and that is exactly what this eyelash treatment provides. By straightening your natural lashes at the root and then tinting them, the LVL Lash Lift gives you the appearance of longer, thicker lashes. No mascara. No messing. Just perfect lashes from the moment you wake up. The treatment takes approx. 45 mins to complete, and is a totally relaxing experience. Eye guards are placed on the lower lashes to protect them, and then the upper lashes are gently fixed to a silicone shield. A series of 2 solutions are then applied which…

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The truth about your skin

Wednesday 30th May 2018

We all look at our skin on a daily basis and pin point the little niggles that we would like to change... "I hate the lines on my forehead...I have bags under my eyes...My jowls are sagging. You name it, we have heard it. The skin scanning event offered by Environ provides you with the tools and knowledge you need to be able to understand your skin on a deeper level. A photograph is taken with specialised technology that allows you to see some of the key factors which influence skin health including; Skin hydration levels Fine lines vs deeper set wrinkles Sun damage Pigmentation Bacteria levels Areas of high colour including redness With this in depth knowledge of your skin, Environ…

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Back to Basics...We answer your most common skincare questions

Monday 14th May 2018

This week we are answering some of the most frequently asked skincare questions, and debunk some of the most common skincare myths... "There's no need to cleanse everyday" Daily cleansing is important and best at night for the removal of debris such as dead skin cells, sebum and make-up. Cleansing should maintain the skin's acid mantle but also increase the skin's ability to be receptive to beneficial active ingredients. Look for ingredients such as jojoba seed oil and olive oil esters and hydrolysed oats which deeply hydrate the skin. Also, vitamin B5 (panthenol) which helps to calm and heal the skin and reduce redness. "Any cleanser will do. Water and soap. Even facial wipes." Clients often strive for a 'squeaky…

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NEW from Environ - Skin Essentia Low Foam Cleansing Gel

Tuesday 1st May 2018

The perfect addition to your skincare routine, this new low foam gel cleanser from Environ is suitable for all skin types. It gently removes excess oil, make up and impurities whilst assisting in the skin's natural moisture balance. Key Benefits Contains gentle conditioning agents that assist in moisturising the skin Rinses off easily and leaves the skin feeling refreshed and cleanHelps to maintain the natural waterproofing barrier of the skin Key Ingredients D Panthenol - Vitamin B5 calms, soothes and nourishes the skinHydrolysed Oats - Helps to maintain the waterproofing barrier, hydrates and assists in the reduction of fine lines and wrinkles Sodium Laureth Suphate free How to use Gentle enough to use morning and evening, best applied after Environ Pre Cleanse Oil. Massage into damp…

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Vitamin A and Pregnancy...Debunknig the myths

Tuesday 24th April 2018

In the past there have been a lot conflicting views on the use of vitamin A throughout pregnancy, ranging from total avoidance to unlimited allowance. Environ have recently reviewed their protocol for topical use of Vitamin A during pregnancy. In consultation with founder Dr Des Fernandes , Environ advises that topical products containing low levels of Vitamin A are safe to use during both pregnancy and lactation. Once applied topically Vitamin A is trapped in our skin as we do not have the enzyme system needed to transfer it to the blood stream as happens with other vitamins such as vitamin C. However, during the first trimester of pregnancy, it is possible that the skin's response to…

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