Articles — Cosmetics

8 Reasons Why You’ll Never Heal Your Chronic Dry Lips

8 Reasons Why You’ll Never Heal Your Chronic Dry Lips

    Your chapped lips can be reversed in 8 easy steps (includes a DIY)! Chapped, chronic dry lips are a problem most of us deal with at one time or another. Whether it’s Summer or Winter, dry lips are so frustrating! Ladies, you know how is it when you want to wear your favourite lipstick, but have to avoid it because it just draws attention to all the peeling and dryness. I’ve been there and it isn’t pretty. If using a lip balm is not helping your dilemma, then one of these surprising, yet easy-to-fix reasons could possibly be...

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Enjoy the Mask-erade

Enjoy the Mask-erade

If you are reading this then you most likely exercise the basic skincare regime so well done! You may, however, be new to face masks or may not understand the full benefit of adding these into your current regime, so I am going to help. Cleansing, toning and moisturizing go hand-in-hand on a daily basis, but like your hair, your face needs that extra attention from time to time. A face mask to the skin is what a hair mask is to the hair – they hydrate intensely, plump skin, reduce fine lines, pump skin full of powerful antioxidants, remove excess oil,...

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Sarah Wilson loves La Mav Antioxidant Nectar

Sarah Wilson loves La Mav Antioxidant Nectar

We have been hearing from our wonderful ambassadors how much they love Antioxidant Rich Nightly Repair Nectar, but it feels so special when someone like Sarah Wilson loves it too. SARAH WILSON is a journalist, blogger and social commentator. Former editor of Cosmopolitan magazine and writes a weekly column for Sunday Life magazine about how to have a better life, and is a regular guest on Channel 7?s Sunrise. Recently the team at Aphrodite’s Chase interviewed Sarah for a segment on “Stuff that I Love”. When asked what’s in her beauty bag – Sarah mentioned La Mav Antioxidant Nectar. You can read...

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Avoiding the winter-skin blues

  With these cold and dreary days and nights, our skin faces a barrage of extremes and stressors that it’s not subjected to in the warmer months. We should be even more diligent with caring for our skin and health during the colder months. Regardless of our skin type, our skin will often become dryer and more dehydrated from the constant use of heaters in our homes, cars and work places, and from the icy-cold winds; the humidity drops leaving less moisture in the air which, in addition to the drying winds, directly assaults our skin – often resulting in...

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