• Connor Adams

Love your skin

I am so thankful to my mother for teaching me at a young age about looking after my skin. She religiously taught me the skincare basic's from puberty- Cleans & moisturise every day and scrub once a week. Now in my early 30s I am blessed to not be faced with wrinkles and dry skin. From asking many of my clients I have realised that basic skincare routine is a learned act, If mothers are not into looking after their skin, it's not then taught to their daughters.

It is never too late to start!!!

By loving your skin I suggest you start with a good facial, start with a clean slate.

Buy a good moisturiser & Cleaners that suits your skin type - oily, dry, or combination skin (ask your skin consultant) You don't need to buy anything expensive and I will list a few of my favourite brands in this post. Dont forgot to invest in a rich creamy eye cream!! this is important to prevent anti-aging.

Start your skincare routine - Morning & Night

FAQ about skin is : My makeup doesn't last all day?

This can be due to blockage:

Every 28 days our skin grows new skin, if we don't remove the dead skin cells then the new skin will grow on top of the old skin causing blocked pores and over stimulating oil glands. This effects the way makeup will respond on your skin.


Not all products are good for your skin!! What you put on your skin will enter into your blood stream and effect your hormones:

Stay clear of Sulfates, Alcohol, Parabens (cancer causing - especially increasing effects of breast cancer), Manufactured Fragrances, Synthetic colours, Phthalates, Triclosan, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS & SLES), Formaldehyde (FRP,IARC) Toluene, Propylene glycol and lanolin. Stay clear of scrubs brought from the supermarket with a bursting bubble effect on your skin, this is actually plastic bubbles!

Read the Label:

Look for products that are not tested on animals, free from all of the above and is as organic and close to nature as possible!

My Recommendations:

Sukin, Dr Brandt, Perricone MD, Nourish, Anitopes, Origins and Mario Badescu

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