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  • Skincare designed for urbanites
  • Skincare designed for urbanites
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Skincare designed for urbanites

SPF skincare has become a must for beauty products – from drugstore staples to high-end lotions. But with more than half the world’s population now living in cities, there's a new environmental factor that's affecting our skin. Is anti-pollution the new SPF?



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    One in ten women can’t go a day without using an exfoliating product. Frank is a coffee body scrub born in Australia, with natural credentials and a ‘cheeky personality’ that encourages its fans to post semi-naked selfies. But can it become a hit with Gen Y women worldwide?

  • Future-proofing your skin Future-proofing your skin

    Are you tech savvy or a luddite? Do you prefer to jet set or stick to the continent? And what do these lifestyles mean for the future of your skin? Sk:n Clinics has collaborated with futurologist Ray Hammond to provide an insight into what the future of skincare could look like.

  • Everyone wants to be forever young Everyone wants to be forever young

    'Prevention is better than cure' is the approach Millennials are taking to healthy ageing. The sales of supplements, vitamins and brain games that 'keep the mind young’ are increasing in the US, and it's not just Baby Boomers, either – 18- to 36-year-olds are too.

  • Article image Deep beauty: doing good, looking good, feeling good

    Beauty brands are integrating cultural changes into new and refreshing ways of crafting a deeper narrative about what beauty might mean for the 21st century consumer.