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SKIN SAVIOURS
WANT TO BE IN YOUR BEST SKIN FOR SUMMER SOCIALISING? A CALM COMPLEXION AND A NATURAL HEALTHY GLOW ARE GREAT COMPANIONS AS WE HEAD OUT INTO FULL DAYLIGHT. PUT ITCHING, FLAKING, PRICKLY HEAT AND PUSTULES BEHIND YOU BY FIXING SOME LIFESTYLE GLITCHES AND DITCHING THE HABITS THAT DON’T HELP YOU.
Yes, we know, we never let up
on this one… Prep a big jug of
still water with a couple of slices
of cucumber and mint leaves,
and sip your way through it
all morning. Don’t ask us why
this is so delish – we suspect
cucumber knows a thing or two
about tasty twinning. For the
afternoon, try a jug with fresh
sage leaves, or a slice of lemon
and some fennel fronds.
Your skin needs good blood flow
to take nutrients to the skin and
carry wastes away. You needn’t
go mad and pump iron or run
miles; just get 10-20 minutes
of walking in each day, or at
the very least get up and move
around for 5 minutes every
half hour. Breathing exercises
power oxygen to the skin too;
and exercising in the open air
is great for your skin – open a
window whilst you do your yoga
practice, or take some deep
breaths at the open window in
between meetings.
Fresh fruit offers the vitamin
C that your skin soaks up for
repairs and renewals. Upping
your water and fruit intake
for 2 weeks will often make a
noticeable change in your skin
tone, not to mention clearing
blemishes. Go for apples, pears,
nectarines, cherries, kiwi fruit,
mango and berries. Not all at
once… 2 portions of fresh fruit
per day is fine.
Skin harassments don’t always yield to internal treatment (although it’s still worth doing all the
above, which have many health benefits on top of the advantages for your skin). If you’re plagued
with spots, blackheads and pimples, take the advice of celebrity make-up artist Aimee Adams and
use
Silicol®Skin.

Simple to use,
Silicol®Skin removes irritants and bacteria from the skin, whilst soothing and
calming the epidermis. Ben and Mel are happy to share their success stories below.
I started having spotty outbreaks on
my face when I reached my teens,
and I also get lots on my torso. It’s
frustrating not being able to get
them under control, and the ones
on my back are particularly
uncomfortable; I feel embarrassed when changing for sports at school around others. My mum gave me silicolskin to try and I used it as a mask over the problem areas on my face and on individual spots on my back. As the gel dries it feels a little tingly and tight, which felt strange at first but quite nice, and after the first use it just became normal. My skin is a little red but soon returns to normal, so I used it before going to bed to avoid a red face if I was going out.

Within a few days of use, there was some improvement and after a week, the difference was easy to see. It has lessened the number of spots that occur, and quickly helps reduce the appearance of new spots that do appear. I feel more confident as my skin looks better and I’m not so self-conscious. It’s now a permanent fixture in my bathroom cabinet!
BEN M
I didn’t really get problem spots as
a teenager, but when I got pregnant
at 27, hormonal spots came into my
life with a vengeance. A contraceptive
coil worsened the breakouts, and I
started getting craterlike spots on my neck and jaw, but the
many hormonal spot treatments I tried made no difference.
My GP replaced my coil for a hormone-free copper one and I
swapped to a natural skincare brand but I still get breakouts
every cycle, although less severe.

Having spotty breakouts as a grown woman really knocked
my confidence. The red angry pus-filled spots are definitely
linked to periods, and probably the perimenopause.
Applying silicolskin once a day for 3 or 4 days is effective
and really helps ‘calm’ those angry spots bulging under my
skin. There is a little redness that fades quickly, and my
skin does feel dry but nothing my usual morning toner and
moisturising routine can’t remedy. If I can resist picking, they
disappear within a week.

Using silicolskin when you need it is an effective,
uncomplicated skincare routine for problem skin for me
and for my teenage son who can’t be bothered with a full
skincare routine.
MEL, 41, HERTFORDSHIRE
SKIN SAVIOURS
WANT TO BE IN YOUR BEST SKIN FOR SUMMER SOCIALISING? A CALM COMPLEXION AND A NATURAL HEALTHY GLOW ARE GREAT COMPANIONS AS WE HEAD OUT INTO FULL DAYLIGHT. PUT ITCHING, FLAKING, PRICKLY HEAT AND PUSTULES BEHIND YOU BY FIXING SOME LIFESTYLE GLITCHES AND DITCHING THE HABITS THAT DON’T HELP YOU.
Yes, we know, we never let up on this one… Prep a big jug of still water with a couple of slices of cucumber and mint leaves, and sip your way through it all morning. Don’t ask us why this is so delish – we suspect cucumber knows a thing or two about tasty twinning. For the afternoon, try a jug with fresh sage leaves, or a slice of lemon and some fennel fronds.
Your skin needs good blood flow to take nutrients to the skin and carry wastes away. You needn’t go mad and pump iron or run miles; just get 10-20 minutes of walking in each day, or at the very least get up and move
around for 5 minutes every half hour. Breathing exercises power oxygen to the skin too; and exercising in the open air is great for your skin – open a
window whilst you do your yoga practice, or take some deep breaths at the open window in between meetings.
Fresh fruit offers the vitamin C that your skin soaks up for repairs and renewals. Upping your water and fruit intake for 2 weeks will often make a
noticeable change in your skin tone, not to mention clearing blemishes. Go for apples, pears, nectarines, cherries, kiwi fruit, mango and berries. Not all at
once… 2 portions of fresh fruit per day is fine.
Skin harassments don’t always yield to internal treatment (although it’s still worth doing all the above, which have many health benefits on top of the advantages for your skin). If you’re plagued with spots, blackheads and pimples, take the advice of celebrity make-up artist Aimee Adams and use Silicol®Skin.
Simple to use, Silicol®Skin removes irritants and bacteria from the skin, whilst soothing and calming the epidermis. Ben and Mel are happy to share their success stories below.
I started having
spotty outbreaks
on my face when
I reached my teens,
and I also get lots
on my torso. It’s frustrating not being able to get them under control, and the ones on my back are particularly
uncomfortable; I feel embarrassed when changing for sports at school around others. My mum gave me silicolskin to try and I used it as a mask over the problem areas on my face and on individual spots on my back. As the gel dries it feels a little tingly and tight, which felt strange at first but quite nice, and after the first use it just became normal. My skin is a little red but soon returns to normal, so I used it before going to bed to avoid a red face if I was going out.

Within a few days of use, there was some improvement and after a week, the difference was easy to see. It has lessened the number of spots that occur, and quickly helps reduce the appearance of new spots that do appear. I feel more confident as my skin looks better and I’m not so self-conscious. It’s now a permanent fixture in my bathroom cabinet!
BEN M
MEL, 41, HERTFORDSHIRE
I didn’t really get
problem spots as
a teenager, but when
I got pregnant at 27,
hormonal spots
came into my life with a vengeance. A contraceptive coil worsened the breakouts, and I started getting craterlike spots on my neck and jaw, but the many hormonal spot treatments I tried made no difference. My GP replaced my coil for a hormone-free copper one and I swapped to a natural skincare brand but I still get breakouts every cycle, although less severe.

Having spotty breakouts as a grown woman really knocked my confidence. The red angry pus-filled spots are definitely linked to periods, and probably the perimenopause. Applying silicolskin once a day for 3 or 4 days is effective and really helps ‘calm’ those angry spots bulging under my skin. There is a little redness that fades quickly, and my skin does feel dry but nothing my usual morning toner and moisturising routine can’t remedy. If I can resist picking, they disappear within a week.

Using silicolskin when you need it is an effective, uncomplicated skincare routine for problem skin for me and for my teenage son who can’t be bothered with a full skincare routine.
SKIN SAVIOURS
WANT TO BE IN YOUR BEST SKIN FOR SUMMER SOCIALISING? A CALM COMPLEXION AND A NATURAL HEALTHY GLOW ARE GREAT COMPANIONS AS WE HEAD OUT INTO FULL DAYLIGHT. PUT ITCHING, FLAKING, PRICKLY HEAT AND PUSTULES BEHIND YOU BY FIXING SOME LIFESTYLE GLITCHES AND DITCHING THE HABITS THAT DON’T HELP YOU.
Yes, we know, we never let up on this one… Prep a big jug of still water with a couple of slices of cucumber and mint leaves, and sip your way through it all morning. Don’t ask us why this is so delish – we suspect cucumber knows a thing or two about tasty twinning. For the afternoon, try a jug with fresh sage leaves, or a slice of lemon and some fennel fronds.
Your skin needs good blood flow to take nutrients to the skin and carry wastes away. You needn’t go mad and pump iron or run miles; just get 10-20 minutes of walking in each day, or at the very least get up and move around for 5 minutes every half hour. Breathing exercises power oxygen to the skin too; and exercising in the open air is great for your skin – open a window whilst you do your yoga practice, or take some deep breaths at the open window in between meetings.
Fresh fruit offers the vitamin C that your skin soaks up for repairs and renewals. Upping your water and fruit intake for 2 weeks will often make a noticeable change in your skin tone, not to mention clearing blemishes. Go for apples, pears, nectarines, cherries, kiwi fruit, mango and berries. Not all at once… 2 portions of fresh fruit per day is fine.
Skin harassments don’t always yield to internal treatment (although it’s still worth doing all the above, which have many health benefits on top of the advantages for your skin). If you’re plagued with spots, blackheads and pimples, take the advice of celebrity make-up artist Aimee Adams and use Silicol®Skin.
Simple to use, Silicol®Skin removes irritants and bacteria from the skin, whilst soothing and calming the epidermis. Ben and Mel are happy to share their success stories below.
I started having spotty outbreaks on my face
when I reached my teens, and I also get lots
on my torso. It’s frustrating not being able to
get them under control, and the ones on my
back are particularly uncomfortable; I feel
embarrassed when changing for sports at school around others. My mum gave me silicolskin to try and I used it as a mask over the problem areas on my face and on individual spots on my back. As the gel dries it feels a little tingly and tight, which felt strange at first but quite nice, and after the first use it just became normal. My skin is a little red but soon returns to normal, so I used it before going to bed to avoid a red face if I was going out.

Within a few days of use, there was some improvement and after a week, the difference was easy to see. It has lessened the number of spots that occur, and quickly helps reduce the appearance of new spots that do appear. I feel more confident as my skin looks better and I’m not so self-conscious. It’s now a permanent fixture in my bathroom cabinet!
BEN M
I didn’t really get problem spots as a teenager,
but when I got pregnant at 27, hormonal spots
came into my life with a vengeance. A
contraceptive coil worsened the breakouts,
and I started getting craterlike spots on my neck and jaw, but the many hormonal spot treatments I tried made no difference. My GP replaced my coil for a hormone-free copper one and I swapped to a natural skincare brand but I still get breakouts every cycle, although less severe.

Having spotty breakouts as a grown woman really knocked my confidence. The red angry pus-filled spots are definitely linked to periods, and probably the perimenopause. Applying silicolskin once a day for 3 or 4 days is effective and really helps ‘calm’ those angry spots bulging under my skin. There is a little redness that fades quickly, and my skin does feel dry but nothing my usual morning toner and moisturising routine can’t remedy. If I can resist picking, they disappear within a week.

Using silicolskin when you need it is an effective, uncomplicated skincare routine for problem skin for me and for my teenage son who can’t be bothered with a full skincare routine.
MEL, 41, HERTFORDSHIRE
SKIN
SAVIOURS
WANT TO BE IN YOUR BEST SKIN FOR SUMMER SOCIALISING? A CALM COMPLEXION AND A NATURAL HEALTHY GLOW ARE GREAT COMPANIONS AS WE HEAD OUT INTO FULL DAYLIGHT. PUT ITCHING, FLAKING, PRICKLY HEAT AND PUSTULES BEHIND YOU BY FIXING SOME LIFESTYLE GLITCHES AND DITCHING THE HABITS THAT DON’T HELP YOU.
Yes, we know, we never let up on this one… Prep a big jug of still water with a couple of slices of cucumber and mint leaves, and sip your way through it all morning. Don’t ask us why this is so delish – we suspect cucumber knows a thing or two about tasty twinning. For the afternoon, try a jug with fresh sage leaves, or a slice of lemon and some fennel fronds.
Your skin needs good blood flow to take nutrients to the skin and carry wastes away. You needn’t go mad and pump iron or run miles; just get 10-20 minutes of walking in each day, or at the very least get up and move around for 5 minutes every half hour. Breathing exercises power oxygen to the skin too; and exercising in the open air is great for your skin – open a window whilst you do your yoga practice, or take some deep breaths at the open window in between meetings.
Fresh fruit offers the vitamin C that your skin soaks up for repairs and renewals. Upping your water and fruit intake for 2 weeks will often make a noticeable change in your skin tone, not to mention clearing blemishes. Go for apples, pears, nectarines, cherries, kiwi fruit, mango and berries. Not all at once… 2 portions of fresh fruit per day is fine.
Skin harassments don’t always yield to internal treatment (although it’s still worth doing all the above, which have many health benefits on top of the advantages for your skin). If you’re plagued with spots, blackheads and pimples, take the advice of celebrity make-up artist Aimee Adams and use Silicol®Skin.
Simple to use, Silicol®Skin removes irritants and bacteria from the skin, whilst soothing and calming the epidermis. Ben and Mel are happy to share their success stories below.
BEN M
I started having spotty outbreaks on my face when I reached my teens, and I also get lots on my torso. It’s frustrating not being able to get them under control, and the ones on my
back are particularly uncomfortable; I feel embarrassed when changing for sports at school around others. My mum gave me silicolskin to try and I used it as a mask over the problem areas on my face and on individual spots on my back. As the gel dries it feels a little tingly and tight, which felt strange at first but quite nice, and after the first use it just became normal. My skin is a little red but soon returns to normal, so I used it before going to bed to avoid a red face if I was going out.

Within a few days of use, there was some improvement and after a week, the difference was easy to see. It has lessened the number of spots that occur, and quickly helps reduce the appearance of new spots that do appear. I feel more confident as my skin looks better and I’m not so self-conscious. It’s now a permanent fixture in my bathroom cabinet!
MEL, 41, HERTFORDSHIRE
I didn’t really get problem spots as a teenager, but when I got pregnant at 27, hormonal spots came into my life with a vengeance. A contraceptive coil worsened the breakouts, and I started getting craterlike spots on my neck and jaw, but the many hormonal spot treatments I tried made no difference. My GP replaced my coil for a hormone-free copper one and I swapped to a natural skincare brand but I still get breakouts every cycle, although less severe.

Having spotty breakouts as a grown woman really knocked my confidence. The red angry pus-filled spots are definitely linked to periods, and probably the perimenopause. Applying silicolskin once a day for 3 or 4 days is effective and really helps ‘calm’ those angry spots bulging under my skin. There is a little redness that fades quickly, and my skin does feel dry but nothing my usual morning toner and moisturising routine can’t remedy. If I can resist picking, they disappear within a week.

Using silicolskin when you need it is an effective, uncomplicated skincare routine for problem skin for me and for my teenage son who can’t be bothered with a full skincare routine.

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