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5 Secret Steps To Glowing Skin!

Posted on December 15, 2015 by Melanie Brown

5 Secret Steps To Glowing Skin!

Posted by Mel's Little Luxuries on Tuesday, 15 December 2015

Posted in Aluminé, Anti-Aging, Beauty, drink water, Flawless Skin, hydrates, Hydration, Moisturise, Peter Lamas, Skin, skin care, Skin Care Basics, SPF, Sun Protection, Sunscreen, Vegan

The Illuminating Aluminé!

Posted on August 27, 2015 by Melanie Brown

You’ve probably seen me blogging about Aluminé hair and skin products.

These products have been created by Peter Lamas, a world renowned beauty expert. Lamas worked with the likes of Jacqueline Kennedy, Sharon Stone, Elizabeth Taylor, Cindy Crawford and many more.

He was trained by the best and he has used his expert knowledge to create the best beauty products in the world.

The Aluminé brand is natural, chemical and paraben free and is suitable for vegans.

The products are becoming so popular that if you google them, you will see that celebrities such as Kim Kardashian are using them.

There are a range of Shampoos in the brand and you can find something for any kind of hair. They are protective and strengthen the hair.

I have used the Argan and Macadamia Shampoo in the range and was astonished to see how it made my hair soft and manageable. I used it on my children and was over the moon to find how it made life so much easier to wash their hair without the tears and the tantrums.

Lamas has also created a day and night skin care system which both hydrates and nourishes the skin.

I have to say that I have been pretty impressed with the results. They are worth every penny and I spent many of those over the years buying products which are harsh and damaging to the skin
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There is something for everyone to use and as Lamas has said, skin has no gender, so it can be used by both men and women.

If you would like to find out more about these first class products, please contact me at www.melslittleluxuries.co.uk or email me at melslittleluxuries@btopenworld.

Posted in Aluminé, Chinese Herbs, Shampoo, Skin Care, Skin Care Basics, Vegan Skin and Hair Care

Carrots – Superfood For The Skin

Posted on August 26, 2015 by Melanie Brown

I’ve always been told that carrots are great for your eyesight. You’ve heard that too, right?

Well did you know that it is also a superfood for your skin?

Here is why carrots are good for you:-

  • They have high levels of beta-carotene which gives carrots their bright orange colour. This helps with skin repair and regeneration which gives skin a healthier and young looking appearance.
  • Carrots are great for anti-aging and can help with skin conditions such as acne.
  • It is a great source of dietary fibre which means that it helps you to have healthy bowel functions
  • If you are lacking in this important nutrient, it can leave your skin looking dry and dull.

So, why not enjoy carrots in a salad or with a dip to ensure that you get the benefits from this nutritious vegetable.

If you care about your skin and keeping it youthful and hydrated, check out Mel’s Little Luxuries Skincare Range on the following link:-

http://www.melslittleluxuries.co.uk/collections/skincare

Posted in carrots, Skin Care, Skin Care Basics

Why is protein so important?

Posted on August 20, 2015 by Melanie Brown

Have you ever considered why protein is so important in our daily diet?

Collagen is the tissue which holds the skin and other cells in the body together. This is made up of protein.

Collagen is one of the most important proteins in the body and gives the skin tone.

If you don’t have enough protein in your diet, your skin will start to sag and this leads to wrinkles.

Having protein in our diet means that there is a constant supply to deal with skin repair and renewal.

So what are the signs that you are not getting enough protein in your diet?

  • Puffy bags under the eye
  • Sagging skin
  • Water retention
  • Weak hair and nails

What are good sources of protein?

  • Grass fed meat
  • Organic chicken
  • Eggs
  • Fish
  • Nuts
  • Dairy products

So if you want gorgeous looking skin, be sure to have a good protein content in your diet.

Would you like gorgeous, soft, silky skin?

Why not check out my Citrus Delight Whipped Body Butter at:-

http://www.melslittleluxuries.co.uk/collections/skincare/products/citrus-delight-whipped-body-butter

 

 

Posted in Citrus Delight Whipped Body Butter, protein, Skin Care Basics

The Dos and Don’ts of Skin Care

Posted on June 19, 2015 by Melanie Brown

It’s great to have gorgeous skin – without any blemishes or permanent damage from make-up, pollution or just using the wrong skin products.

Using the wrong products and not taking precautions when going out in the sun are just some of the factors that can cause everlasting damage to your skin.

Here are 5 simple tips that should put you on the right path for looking after your skin:

  1. Don’t go to bed with your make up on. It will damage your skin and cause irritation.
  2. If you are using a cleanser, ensure that you are using the right cleanser for your skin type. If you use the wrong type, it can lead to the skin becoming dehydrated or irritation.
  3. If you are using an exfoliant, be certain to use it gently. If it is rubbed harshly into the skin, it can damage it.
  4. When applying a facial wash, use water to moisten the face as it will allow easy application and ensure that the facial wash is doing its job.
  5. When drying the face, use a towel to pat dry the skin. Never use a towel to rub dry as this will cause damage to the skin.

Do you worry about finding the right cleansing regime to promote healthy glowing skin? Aluminé is the answer! PM me through this page or go to the following link to look at the personal care Aluminé range. It will certainly change your skin for the better!

http://acelifenow.acnshop.eu

Posted in Aluminé, skin care, Skin Care Basics, What Daily Cleansing Regime Do You Have?

Do You Need to Use Eye Serum?

Posted on May 07, 2015 by Melanie Brown

Have you noticed just how many eye serum products there are on the skin care/beauty market? Why do we need them?It apparently addresses a number of problems:-

  1. It helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines and crow’s feet
  2. The skin around the eyes is 80% thinner than the skin around the rest of the body and so it protects the skin by restoring its elasticity
  3. Allays the damage caused by pollution
  4. It helps with issues of tired and dark puffy eyes
  5. Enhances the firmness and tone of the skin
  6. Promotes a healthier and younger appearance

A good eye serum is therefore your best friend.

I personally use the Aluminé® Overnight Age-Defying Eye Serum which firms and lifts. This has been created by the world renowned beauty expert, Peter Lamas. He has helped many famous people, such as Sharon Stone, Elizabeth Taylor and Cyndi Crawford, with their beauty regimes.   Why is this serum great?

  1. It is suitable for all skins
  2. It can be used by vegans and vegetarians
  3. The ingredients are 100% natural
  4. It firms and tones the tissue around the eye therefore reducing puffiness and fine lines

Eye serum is simple to apply. You just take your ring finger to treat the eye as it is more delicate than your index finger. Start at the inner corner of each eye and press the serum along the eye socket with a little pressure. This will stimulate the area. Continue in the direction of the temple. If the skin quickly absorbs the serum repeat the action again to assure that the eye area is hydrated. Repeat the same step with the second eye.

Include an eye serum to your skin care regime and you will hopefully see a positive change.

(For more details on the Aluminé range go to the following link to see the skincare range https://www.benevita.eu/en-gb/naturals-skin-care/)

Posted in Aluminé, Eye Serum, Skin Care Basics

Skin Care Basics

Posted on March 02, 2015 by Melanie Brown

Do you have a bathroom shelf full of skin care products? Do you use them for a short period of time without giving them a chance to work and then change to a new product? Well in reality, you should not use too many skin care items. The skin cell turnover is every 28 days and as you get older, it is slower. You have to give it time for the skin to reap the benefits from the product you are using. If you are constantly changing your skincare items, you are confusing the skin and upsetting it which can lead to irritations.
Be ruthless and go through your make up bag and clear your shelves of all the items you don’t really need. Invest in a good moisturizer for your skin type as well as a good night cream and serum. Additionally I recommend you can get the following:-

1. A gentle face scrub to exfoliate.

2. For mature skins purchase a neck cream and when you apply it, be sure to sweep the cream in an upwards motion.

3. Eye cream – this is particularly good for noticeable fine lines, dark circles and puffy eyes.

4. Skin care protection for exposure to the sun - as well as using sun preps with an SPF between 20-30 remember that aftersun is just as important!

 

                                                  

 

Posted in Skin Care Basics