Our skin is unique, but skin types are classified into four main groups; normal, dry, combination and oily.
Skin type is based on the amount of sebum (oil) your skin produces. The level of sebum production can change over time and can be affected by factors such as genetics, hormones, lifestyle, diet and stress.
Taking the time to learn what skin type you have can help you choose the right products to reap maximum results, leaving you with healthy, glowing skin! There are ways you can determine what your skin type is, all from the comfort of your own home.
The magic behind our new Hydra+ Marine Cream is Hyaluronic acid (HA). Along with Hebridean seaweed extract, our formula delivers powerful hydration and nourishment through two molecular weights of HA to target different skin layers.
SLS stands forSodium Lauryl Sulfate while SLES stands for Sodium Laureth Sulfate. If you already shop consciously then you may be familiar with these sulfates and what they do, but let’s dive deeper into the differences between the two and what they mean for your skin.
We are very excited to be sharing our newest product launch with you, and on our 10th anniversary no less! Our Hydra+ Marine Cream has been developed from ten years of expertise in seaweed, science and skincare. This is our most advanced formula yet, incorporating multiple molecular weights of hyaluronic acid (read on to learn the importance of this) with our unique seaweed extract and a host of natural active ingredients to transform all skin types.
With so many skincare products out there, the choice of products and how to use them can sometimes seem overwhelming. One trend that has been picking up in popularity is layering.Let’s explore how this can help your skin look healthy and nourished.
We talk a lot about the powerful properties that are contained within our nutrient rich Hebridean seaweed, there are endless benefits! This week, we’re looking at how seaweed is beneficial for acne prone skin in particular.
Body moisturisers and body oils have unique benefits and features, and it’s helpful to know what one is going to work best for your own skin type. Both have the same purpose – to hydrate your skin and keep it glowing. Let’s take a closer look at both to determine which is right for you.
Hyperpigmentation occurs when your body produces an excess amount of melanin, the substance that is responsible for the colour of our skin. ‘Hyper’ means more and ‘pigment’ means colour. It essentially means an increase or change in the colour of the skin.
SPF is important to wear year-round to protect your skin from sun damage. Although ishga products don’t contain an SPF, we do recommend adding one into your skincare routine. Let’s look into why our products don’t contain an SPF and how you can keep your skin nourished and protected this summer.
Skin is our largest organ and plays a very important role in regulating our body temperature, but its main role is to provide protection. It acts as a barrier and helps prevent harmful organisms and substances from entering the body.