Learn how to build a no nonsense skincare routine that’s right for you
01st Apr 2021
In our new skin series, we’ll ask the experts about creating the best skincare routine for you, where to start and which ingredients to look for.
When it comes to skin, everyone is unique. And while there is no universal, miraculous skincare routine, there are a wide range of ingredients, products and steps that you can take to care for your skin depending on its needs and type.
So, to help educate our readers on skincare, IMAGE will be launching our new skin series in partnership with La Roche-Posay over the coming weeks.
We will dive deep into the basics of skin health, consulting experts and beauty gurus and laying the foundation of skincare essentials.
What to expect
In our three-part series, we will cover the following topics:
- How best to care for sensitive skin, including soothing ingredients and effective skincare products to use on eczema, rosacea and allergy-prone skin
- The most common types of acne and how to manage them, according to a dermatologist, covering everything from cystic acne to blackheads
- An expert dermatology deep-dive on skin conditions, with a closer look at the deeper impacts of skin issues on health and wellbeing
- A skincare product giveaway, enter our competition for a chance to win a sensitive skin hamper from La Roche-Posay with a complete range of products including a daily morning to night routine, cleansers to SPF – a prize suitable for all skin types.
Skincare advice from the experts
We will also have a virtual skincare masterclass called “Skin is more than skin”, where IMAGE beauty editor Holly O’Neill will host a conversation on the do’s and don’ts of skincare.
She will be joined by an expert panel – Consultant dermatologist Dr Niki Ralph, La Roche-Posay skincare expert Janette Ryan and beauty influencer Bonnie Ryan.
The event will discuss a range of common skin conditions from a dermatologist’s perspective, explaining their causes and the best products available. Then the panel will weigh in and also look at how these skin issues can effect one’s mental and physical health.
The aim of our skin series is to help inform our readers on the basics of skincare, how to build a bespoke and effective routine and the best ways to handle sensitive skin without using harsh ingredients.
Stay tuned for more skincare tips and join us on this exciting skin health journey over the next few weeks.
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