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urticaria and skin health

The Client Files – Urticaria – Kieran’s Story

For the last few years, Kieran had been developing skin rashes which came out either when he was sweating, or sometimes when he went from hot to cold temperatures. They could erupt over most of his body, would last for anywhere between 20 minutes and a few hours, and made exercising or even being outside difficult.

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What is Metabolism?

This word “metabolism” is thrown around a lot these days. Many slim people claim they have a fast metabolism. You may think you gain weight more easily if you have a slow metabolism.

But what exactly does metabolism mean, and can we alter it?

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acne case history

The Client Files – Acne – Poppy’s Story

Poppy was referred to me by her facialist. Self-assured and organised, we corresponded for a bit before she came for her first appointment. She had suffered from bad facial acne for several years. As a teenager she had been put on antibiotics to help clear it, but the effects hadn’t lasted. Much worse when she was stressed, she had been trying blue light treatments and facials but really wanted to get control of the problem now she was in her late 20s.

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skin health, healthy skin, anti-ageing

What to Eat for Healthy Skin

Your skin needs many nutrients: water, essential fats, vitamins, and amino acids. Here are five foods (and drinks and lifestyle tips) I highly recommend if your goal is healthier-looking skin. As a bonus, I have included a short list of some key foods to consider avoiding.

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Water and Skin

The importance of being properly hydrated cannot be over-stated when it comes to skin!

Water is crucial in assisting in the elimination and removal of toxins from the body through our excretory system, which involves many organs important in skin health, including the kidneys, liver, bladder, colon and even the skin itself.

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Antioxidants and Free Radicals

Free-radical damage is one of the main culprits responsible for skin aging. It causes
deterioration of our skin’s structural support system, decreasing the suppleness of elastin and collagen tissues – the wonderful network of proteins in our skin that help us avoid resembling a raisin.

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Creating a Mindset for Health

So much of health is all about habits and actions, but where do these all stem from? What if we don’t have to make as many changes as we think we do? What if there was one powerful thing that makes a lot of difference?

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Are Athletes More Likely to Catch Covid-19?

Does training hard doing more harm than good to our immune systems? Athletes under heavy training schedules can see both their innate and acquired immunity decrease by as much as 15-25%. Heavy training, along with other stresses, will add up to decrease your immunity.

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World Sleep Day 2020

So many people I see in clinic struggle with the effects of poor sleep. So, in aid of World Sleep Day this week on the 13th March, I want to talk to you about why a good sleep is so important and how you can go about getting it!

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5 Smart Shopping List Items to Avoid Getting Ill This Winter

When the mercury plummets it’s normally accompanied by the sound of coughs around the office, not to mention that one colleague who insists on snorting snot down the back of their neck at full volume. But while they have no excuse, your immune system does. You see, the cold weather is not only when the […]

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