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WEATHER vs SKIN

Imagine that your skin care routine is like your closet: with every new season, you need to switch things around and rotate them. The change in season doesn't just call for a different wardrobe and toastier home. Everything from cooler, less humid weather and overly hot baths to hanging out too long in dry, stuffy indoor environments can deprive your complexion of moisture and wreak havoc on your skin. Look for products containing niacinamide, such as Aspect Dr Multi B Serum. This ultra hydrating serum...

How Do I Know Which Laser
is Best for Me?

Laser treatments can be very effective, but they can also be tricky. Everyone’s skin is different and requires different treatment. To find the best laser for you, consult a professional at a cosmetic or skin care laser centre. The practitioner there will be able to recommend the best treatment for both your skin and the results you want to see. According to Dr Dicker, it’s also important to know that in “most states of Australia there is no regulatory control on either the necessary...

Difference Between Ablative
and Non-Ablative Treatments

When it comes to laser skin resurfacing, there are two types. Ablative and non-ablative treatments, which both work to rejuvenate skin, are quite different in the way that they work. “‘Ablative’ refers to removing the surface (epidermal) layer of skin whereas ‘non-ablative’ refers to not removing the surface layer of skin,” says Dr Dicker. “Ablative treatments can give faster results, but the flip side is that there is more downtime and a greater risk of complications.” While it can be hard to choose between...

How Diet Affects Your Skin

“I tell my patients that what they put in their mouths is as important as the products they apply on their skin,” says Dr. Jessica Wu (dermatologist and creator of Dr. Jessica Wu Skincare), who’s written her own guide to eating for beauty, Feed Your Face. “Foods get digested and broken down into vitamins, minerals and amino acids that your body can use to build healthy skin. If you crash diet or eat highly processed foods, your skin won’t be as strong and supple...

New generation of vain men
are more likely…

The battle for the bathroom in the morning has never been so fraught. The new generation of 30-something men have grown up with the likes of David Beckham and Brad Pitt as style icons, breeding thousands of copycats who no longer see spas as the domain of women. A survey released today reveals that a third of men would now describe themselves as vain. One in three men also admitted that they indulge in a beauty treatment at least once a month to maintain their looks, compared...