Dermalex Repair & Restore: A Body Care Hero

Body moisturiser feels like one of those basic beauty items that most people don’t give a second thought to. Does it moisturise my skin? Does it smell nice? Done. But if you have sensitive skin, or a specific skin condition, you quickly learn that you need to be much more discerning! Introducing Dermalex Repair & Restore ultra hydrating daily moisturiser.

*This is a sponsored post in association with Dermalex.

Dermalex Repair & Restore: a great body moisturiser for dry, sensitive skin. This has been helping with my keratosis pilaris, and is proven to help increase eczema-free days! Click to read the full review on my blog. #talontedlex

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How To Cover Thread Veins: Tips and Advice

In the last 13 years my rosacea has changed so much: I’ve gone from Type 2 (pustules and bumps) to Type 1 (flushing with persistent redness); my skin is now more oily, rather than dry and scaly; I’ve changed my diet and lifestyle, my skincare routine has been honed and perfected, and I’ve learned how to manage my stress a little better. I finally feel like I am more in control of my rosacea, but years of damage have left me with a lot of broken capillaries (spider veins or telangiectasia if we’re being scientific) which give my skin a pink tone even when I’m not having a flare up. Keep reading for my tips on how to cover thread veins below.

*Sponsored post in association with Dermalex

How to cover broken veins and facial redness #rosacea

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Skincare Shake Up: April ’18 Edition

Hopefully you’ll all be familiar with the format of my Skincare Shake Up posts, but just in case you’re new here: every month I post a round up of the products I used in the previous month so I can share my thoughts with you. There are usually some tried and trusted favourites that have popped up year after year, but I also try out new products and formulas. I have rosacea and seborrheic dermatitis so my skin is very picky about the products it likes. I try to include information any potential irritants in the summary of each product as I know that some products that are great for my skin might not be appropriate for others. I’m not a trained dermatologist, I have just tried A LOT of products over the past 13 years and wanted to share my experiences. Right! Enough waffle… let’s crack on with my Skincare Shake Up: April ’18 edition!

Skincare routine for sensitive skin, rosacea prone skin. More skincare advice and skincare tips on the blog.

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Dermalex for Rosacea and Couperose

Dermalex for Rosacea and Couperose

Dermalex for Rosacea and Couperose

I was sent this product for review and as soon as I saw it I knew I had to try it. Look at the name: it’s like it was made for me!

Dermalex is a specialised cream that is designed to help alleviate all of the horrid rosacea-associated side effects: redness, dryness, spider veins and the dreaded itch.

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