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Say goodbye to adult acne caused by stress, hormones, ingrown hair, diet and even medication! And if you suffer from hyperpigmentation caused by acne then our natural cosmeceutical products will help clear your skin in a short space of time. Effective acne treatments are available, but acne can be persistent. When one pimple or bump goes away, others seem to crop up, which is why we strongly advocate for commitment and to be loyal to a skincare routine that’s suitable for your skin type. Not sure what products to get? Claim your FREE virtual product consultation here.

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Fruit acids are considered skincare superheroes because of how effectively they combat signs of aging; they help exfoliate, brighten, and improve tone and texture. Some of the most common types are Glycolic, Lactic, Mandelic, Malic, Tartaric and Citric Acid. Though the various fruit acids work similarly, each does have a unique set of benefits. (Also, note that even though they’re called “fruit aids” some actually aren’t derived directly from fruit.)

  • Glycolic Acid: Derived from sugar cane and considered a “holy grail” AHA fruit acid by many skincare experts and enthusiasts, it’s great for exfoliating dead skin cells to reveal brighter skin and for evening out your complexion.
  • Lactic Acid: Usually derived from milk, but also extractable from certain fruits, it helps fade dark spots and stimulates collagen production to soften fine lines and help improve skin texture in addition to gently exfoliating and brightening. It’s also hydrating.
  • Citric Acid: Commonly found in citric fruits, including oranges and lemons, its hallmark benefits include antioxidant properties and its ability to brighten skin and fade dark spots. It’s also astringent, which means it can help reduce visible pore size and keep oil at bay.
  • Malic: Derived from apples, it helps brighten, tone, and boost collagen production to help improve skin’s elasticity.
  • Mandelic: Derived from bitter almonds, it’s helpful in combatting oil production and acne. Like other acids, it also exfoliates, brightens and improves texture.

We often keep our bodies under cover to protect our skin from the harsh elements of nature. Nowadays, while we are becoming more aware (and vigilant) about protecting our skin with sunscreen during the hot, summer days, many of us are not often very concerned about the inhospitable conditions brought about by the cold, winter days.

In cold weather, the skin has a higher tendency of becoming dry and dull-looking. When the temperature outside is freezing, the skin’s pores shrink considerably, which causes heat to accumulate inside the skin, resulting to oily and ‘loaded’ skin. Without the proper skin care measures, this condition will lead to an outbreak of redness, rashes, and even acne.

Moisturisers are great against the dehydrating effects of winter. Keeping your skin hydrated is especially important because the dryness and stiffness of your skin during the cold months will make it susceptible to infections and outbreaks. You need to keep your skin smooth and supple, even during winter, and moisturisers are the perfect solutions. Just remember to use a moisturiser that is preferably made up of all-natural ingredients and is best suited to the type of skin that you have.

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Makeup and Your Skin: For Better or Worse?

Make-up is worn for an average of 8- 15 hours a day for many reasons, so it’s definitely affecting your skin more than you realise. In this post, we are going to share some of the common mistakes people make when wearing and removing makeup and give you tips to ensure you keep clogged pores and breakouts away. You shouldn’t

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Hyaluronic Acid: The Key to Smooth, Clear, Hydrated Skin

Hyaluronic acid is one of the most incredible of skincare ingredients. Impressively it can hold up to a thousand times its weight in water meaning just one gram of hyaluronic acid has the ability to hold up to six litres of water – now that is amazing! Don’t be fooled by the name, although it is an acid, it won’t

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You know how everyone says your 30s are better than your 20s, because you finally have your shit together? Nobody told your ceramides. Just as you’re hitting your stride in life, these little long-chain lipids disappear (like gentle hangovers and a double-digit bedtime). ceramide levels in our skin drop with age. by the time you are in your 30s, you have lost about 40 percent of your skin’s ceramides, and by your 40s, you have lost 60 percent of your skin’s natural ceramides.

But what are Ceramides?

Okay, picture the tiles in a shower. Those are your skin cells. Now picture the grout that holds them together. That’s ceramides. If there isn’t enough grout between the tiles in your shower floor, then it won’t be able to keep water from leaking out of the shower.

When your skin barrier doesn’t have enough fat, the hydration and moisture that keeps your face plump, supple, and comfortable can just evaporate into the atmosphere. Research has shown people who suffer from acne have lower levels of ceramides which in turn makes your skin more prone to inflammation. So we’ve got a new moisturiser Illuminate Intense; a retinol and ceramide rich velvety moisturiser to give you the ultimate glow on the outside whilst repairing your skin at the same time. Search Illuminate Intense on our website. Available to order from October 30th! #emeilleurq #ceramides #skincare
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Emilia’s morning routine to keep acne away and fade hyperpigmentation:

Prohydrate Cleanser with glycolic acid and glycerin
Lactic acid exfoliator
Vit C serum
Illuminate Brightening cream with Alpha Arbutin, Squalane and Hyaluronic Acid.

Hormonal acne, stress induced acne and even hyperpigmentation can be managed safely and effectively. It’s all about choosing the right products for your skin type. The goal is to have healthy skin, not perfect skin!

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What Are the Different Types of Fruit Acids, and What Do They Do?

Fruit acids are considered skincare superheroes because of how effectively they combat signs of aging; they help exfoliate, brighten, and improve tone and texture. Some of the most common types are Glycolic, Lactic, Mandelic, Malic, Tartaric and Citric Acid. Though the various fruit acids work similarly, each does have a unique set of benefits. (Also, note that even though they’re called “fruit aids” some actually aren’t derived directly from fruit.)

Glycolic Acid: Derived from sugar cane and considered a “holy grail” AHA fruit acid by many skincare experts and enthusiasts, it’s great for exfoliating dead skin cells to reveal brighter skin and for evening out your complexion.
Lactic Acid: Usually derived from milk, but also extractable from certain fruits, it helps fade dark spots and stimulates collagen production to soften fine lines and help improve skin texture in addition to gently exfoliating and brightening. It’s also hydrating.
Citric Acid: Commonly found in citric fruits, including oranges and lemons, its hallmark benefits include antioxidant properties and its ability to brighten skin and fade dark spots. It’s also astringent, which means it can help reduce visible pore size and keep oil at bay.
Malic: Derived from apples, it helps brighten, tone, and boost collagen production to help improve skin’s elasticity.
Mandelic: Derived from bitter almonds, it’s helpful in combatting oil production and acne. Like other acids, it also exfoliates, brightens and improves texture.
We’re big believers in fruit acids! That’s why we’re inviting you to try our Pigment+ gel exfoliator, packed with not only fruit acids, but kojic acid as well to brighten any discolouration!
Our new website launches soon with more details #emeilleurq #exfoliate #skincare #hyperpigmentation #acne
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Skin is skin, but there are skin conditions that manifest and affect darker skin tones much more than light skin tones. Men of colour suffer from ingrown hair/ razor bumps due to the curl pattern of their hair which can leave excessive scarring on the face. We want to try and help men avoid the ingrown hair from happening in the first place so we’d like to introduce our latest collection DOPE! for men. It’s a range of cleansers and moisturisers that have enough BHAs to fight oily skin and acne and hydrators that’ll maintain a natural glow. All shall be revealed when we launch our new website in a couple of weeks! 💞💞💞 #skincareroutine #ingrownhair #razorbumps #emeilleurq #menshealth ...

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Clay might not be the most high-tech beauty ingredient — the fine, earthy sediment has been used in facial remedies for centuries — but it’s one of the most efficient. When used in a paste or scrub, it is particularly adept at temporarily removing “surface oil and bacteria. The latest wave of clay treatments come in innovative new formats — from soft creams to sheet masks to customizable powders — that can help clear out pores with minimal irritation (and frustration). Here, four tips for choosing the best mask for your skin type and schedule.

Creams Are Best for a Mild Cleanse

Pre-mixed, clay-based cream masks often have milder formulas that only gently exfoliate the skin, making them a good option for dry or sensitive skin.

Try a Sheet Mask for a Deeper Detox

Sheet masks infused with clay fit snugly over the face, which helps the ingredients sink in deeply, usually in about 10 minutes.

A Powder Lets You Tailor the Results

If you don’t mind investing the time, dry clay powders can be customized to target your skin concerns and left on for about 15 minutes.

No matter the mask, avoid keeping it on longer than the prescribed time. Doing so won’t make it work better; it will just be harder to remove. Always rinse a mask off with lukewarm water and follow with moisturiser to prevent dryness. 💫
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Hyaluronic Acid; 5 facts you may not know:

1. Do not let the word ACID fool you. This naturally occurring actually a polysaccharide is found in many different parts of your body but 50% of it is found in your skin! Many people think that HA is drying but it is the opposite, it actually helps to soften fine lines and to plumpen the skin.

2. HA loves water. It is in fact Hydrophylic, this means that it retains water. The HA acid found in INTERCEPT actually retains up to 1000x its weight in water for intense hydration at a deep cellular level. Think of HA acid as a cushion that fills in the space around cells. There is no other naturally occurring substance if your body that can retain this much water.

3. HA stimulates collagen production in the skin and in fact HA is actually stored in your skins collagen.

4. Your body is constantly breaking down and using HA. It is thought that by the time you are in your 40’s your body can only make 50% of what it needs. By applying HA topically your skin cells are better able to absorb and utilise it.

5. Topical application of HA not only deeply hydrates your skin but it improves elasticity. We are all exposed to free radical damage from the sun and environmental stressors, topical HA has been shown to help combat this free radical damage that contributes to the signs of aging in your skin.

So there we have it! 5 reasons for you to start looking at using products with Hyaluronic Acid especially if you’re looking to plump your skin and achieve that youthful glow 💞💞
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