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Ashley Metcalfe

Syrinx ZA Chief Executive Ashley Metcalfe is responsible for marketing and business development. Ashley is as passionate about cricket as he is skin care. Drop Ashley a line if you have any skin related questions. Why not Circle Ashley Metcalfe on Google+

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Dry Skin around Eyes

dryskin around the eyesThroughout an average day, we can really put our skin through the wringer. However, you may have found that your eyes falls victim to dry skin symptoms more so than any other part of your body. You may not realise, but actually the eye area needs almost more concentration than anywhere else on the body when it comes to combatting dry skin.

Dry skin around the eyes can be painful and sore, with an uncomfortable tight feeling. The eyes can flake or peel and in some cases become very itchy

Why do I get Dry Skin around the Eyes

Dry skin is the result of a low level of sebum accessing the skin. The reason that the eyes are vulnerable to dryness is because the skin surrounding the eyes have fewer oil glands than in any other part of the body.

Another factor that causes Dry Skin around Eyes is that this particular skin is very thin and far more sensitive than other areas on the body. If you are not careful when touching your eye region for whatever reason then it can very easily become damaged and dried out.

If dry skin surrounding the eyes is left untreated it can lead to thinning of the skin, wrinkles developing and flaking. Excessive washing, makeup, chemical-based skincare products or an allergic reaction can be other triggers of dry skin around the eyes.

How can I treat Dry Skin around Eyes

Always make sure you treat your eyes very carefully and gently. Try not to allow too much water coming into contact with this area to avoid the effects of excessive washing. Also, if you feel a certain cosmetic product, such as a concealer or eyeshadow, is drying out the skin around your eyes then stop using it instantly.

And finally, and most importantly, never use non-natural, chemical-based products around your eyes. The skin around the eyes is very delicate and any harsh products can cause more problems than it solves.

Our recommendations

The Syrinx Za Ultra Sensitive Cream is a great option for treating Dry Skin around the Eyes. This all natural, supple cream contains Sapropel – a rich vitamin source that boosts the skin’s immunity and produces healthy new cells. It also uses a mix of botanical oils to rehydrate and heal dried out skin. Clinical trials show that these natural ingredients will soothe the driest skin, providing a safe and effective treatment for hypersensitive conditions like eczema and all types of dry and dehydrated skin.


Skin Tag Causes

Image of Skin TagsSo, skin tags. Chances are you’ve probably had at least one or two in your life. And chances are you’ve not considered them the most attractive thing to happen to your skin. But what exactly are skin tags?

Generally speaking, a skin tag may appear as a small soft bump that can appear anywhere on the skin. Over time, the skin tag can grow and turn into a flesh-coloured bit of skin that connects to the skin by a small stalk. It remains soft, however, so is usually quite easy to move back and forth (if you so wish!)

What symptoms can Skin Tags Cause?

The good thing about skin tag symptoms is they are more often than not completely painless. As with most skin conditions though, skin tags can become irritated if they are touched or rubbed too much. So if you have one on an area where clothes are likely to rub against it, such as the back, then you may find it does become quite sore.
Another factor that may cause a skin tag to become painful is if the stalk becomes twisted. This can then cause a blood clot to form and a lot more pain to occur.
Skin tags pose no serious threat to an individual’s health and are absolutely not cancerous growths, so removal is more for cosmetic purposes.

So what is the main Skin Tag Cause?

No-one knows for sure what actually causes skin tags, but there are a couple of suggestions…
The pretty simple yet plausible reason for the cause of skin tags is the rubbing or chafing of skin against clothes, and that this can irritate the skin and provoke a reaction in the form of a skin tag. Others believe that skin tags should be put down to a reaction to more internal issues, such as genetics, a hormonal imbalance or even a resistance to insulin.
The New York Health Guide found that obese people are significantly more likely to develop skin tags. This supports the ‘rubbing’ theory as they have more skin folds which can lead to chafing. Alternatively, pregnant women were found by Crosta to be more at risk of skin tags, presumably due to the hormone and chemical changes within their bodies.
An alternative possible Skin Tag Cause is the use of steroids. Steroids cause skin fibres to bond which then leads to outgrowths forming. Those that use steroids have been found to be quite susceptible to skin tags which backs up this suggestion. Age can also be considered a Skin Tag Cause – Schwarz found that by the time people have aged to 70, over 59% will have experienced at least one skin tag.

Skin Tag Treatment

Of course surgery is always an option for skin tag removal. But this is by no means the absolute only way to treat a skin tag.
The Syrinx Za Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar has been found to be extremely effective in the removal of skin tags.
Simply use the soap every morning and night for a minimum of two weeks to see results. When you use the bar create a thick lather and then use the bar to scrub the skin tag. Leave the lather on the skin to dry naturally (about 30 minutes) to allow it time to work.
To learn more about treating skin tags, visit Skin Tag Removal

Psoriasis and Smoking

psoriasisSmoking tobacco is not good for us. Not in any way shape or form. And this certainly applies when it comes to the risk of psoriasis.

Smoking not only increases your risk of developing psoriasis but can also increase the severity of any existing areas of the condition. Even passive smoking when pregnant or as a child can increase your risk of developing psoriasis in later life.

A connection between Psoriasis and Smoking?

It probably isn’t much of a surprise to you that smoking can cause a problem such as psoriasis. Cigarete smoke contains over a whopping 3000 substances that can cause free radicals within the body that can damage the skin.
Smoke can also significantly weaken the immune system, making the body considerably more vulnerable to skin conditions and bacterial infections. It also asphyxiates the skin, meaning that the toxins within the smoke causes damage to the blood vessels and circulation, which subsequently causes the skin to lose oxygen and nutrients. This means the skin is essentially broken and susceptible to conditions such as psoriasis.
Due to the decreased blood flow and reduced amount of nutrients smoking causes the body, the skin’s ability to heal and regenerate itself is compromised. The body and skin are no longer provided the nutrients that are necessary for its healing such as Vitamin A which could cause real complications during the healing of a psoriasis flare-up, drastically worsening symptoms.
Dehydrated skin is another result of smoking, which also happens to be a major trigger for psoriasis. Even further, smoking can increase an individual’s risk of throat infections which can (and probably will) bring on flare-ups, particularly for those that are prone to the condition.

What research has been conducted?

Despite these clear connections between Psoriasis and Smoking we can not definitively say that there is a causal link, purely because not enough research has been conducted on the matter.
However some studies have looked into the issue. Mills et al found that smokers were twice as likely to suffer from psoriasis compared to non-smokers and that smoking over twenty cigarettes per day makes an individual five times more likely to suffer from psoriasis. Similarly, Naldi et al found that smokers were twice as likely to be diagnosed with psoriasis if they smoked over fifteen cigarettes per day.

So how can I treat it??

It goes without saying really, but those that suffer from psoriasis or have a family history of the condition should absolutely not smoke.
Of course this is easier said than done, but there are a variety of help and support platforms available such as forums or nicotine patches, etc. Pay a visit to your local GP to gain the best, personal advice on how to quit.
Unfortunately even if you yourself do not smoke then this does not completely rid you of the risks of Psoriasis and Smoking. Being in a smoke-filled room or home can bring your skin similar problems to those that actually smoke themselves. Unfair but true. So, if you find yourself consistently surrounded by second-hand smoke you may need to take steps, whatever those steps may be, to avoid this exposure at all costs.

The best way you can treat your condition Is to keep it hydrated at all times. Use an all-natural moisturiser and Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar on a daily basis to soothe your condition and give it the gentle moisture it needs.
Syrinx Za have a range of natural balms and lotions for psoriasis. Read more here about it.

Oily Skin and Diet

A Great Natural Cleanser for Dry SkinOily skin can occur in almost anyone. It is the result of the body’s sebaceous gland overproduces oil and cause either oily skin or even dry skin, due to clogging of pores meaning the skin is, actually, receiving none of the oil at all.
So why does this happen? Well, it’s most likely just down to your genetics and hormone balance but diet can be an additional influence on your body’s oil production, so it is important to know what the good and bad dietary options are when it comes to oily skin.

GOOD Foods for your Oily Skin and Diet

So what should you look for in your foods to help avoid oily skin?
Low Fat
You probably could have guessed it, but yes, a low fat diet is strongly recommended when following a diet to avoid oily skin. Fresh fruit and vegetables are essential as they keep your body healthy and oil production to a minimum.
Vitamins and minerals have a direct beneficial effect on the skin, reducing the symptoms and appearance of oily skin. These can be a variety of foods including fish, sweet potatoes, carrots, artichokes, etc. Lecithin is a mineral that has proven to be particularly effective in reducing the body’s oil production. Lecithin can be found in soybeans and eggs.
An overactive immune system can produce too many oil-removing antibodies into the body so following an anti-inflammatory diet can help reduce this effect. This means balancing your carbohydrates, proteins, fat and fibre, as well as an increase of your intake of fish and fish oils.
And, of course, fluids. Drinking eight glasses of water per day is vital in keeping your pores cleared and the appearance of oily skin to a minimum. Avoid dehydrating substances such as caffeine-based drinks, alcohol or smoking.

BAD Foods for your Oily Skin and Diet

Fatty Foods
Yep – oily foods can cause oily skin. Fatty food such as pizza, chips, crisps, chocolates and just about anything deep-fried contain high amounts of grease which may well cause excess oil within the body and clog your skin’s pores, causing oily skin.
Sugary Food and Drink
When you eat a sugary food or drink a sugary drink, your body burns up this sugar and your liver temporarily stops burning fat and just dispose of it. This disposed fat is then pushed into the sebaceous glands and the fat in secreted into a liquid form – oil. High blood sugar can also cause a release of androgens into the bloodstream which can cause the skin to become oily. So, stay away from the soda and sweets if you want to rid yourself of oily skin!

Treatment for Oily Skin

Oily skin treatment should focus on removing the excess oil within the skin and reduce its physical symptoms. An all-natural treatment is highly recommended to avoid adverse side effects that chemical-based products can bring.
The Syrinx Za Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar may work on dry skin, but it can actually also work wonders on oily skin too. That’s because – although it looks like a soap and acts like a soap – it’s not actually a soap. It combines natural ingredients in a cold process to cleanse, draw out impurities and protect skin of all types. Just add water to work the bar into a gentle lather and let it soak in (without rinsing). It only takes a couple of weeks to see results.
See more here.

Dry Skin and Hand Washing

Image of child with eczema washing handsWashing our hands is an important part of our day-to-day lives, its essential to prevent spreading germs.

We wash our hands before dinner, after using the toilet (hopefully), after blowing our nose or sneezing, when we’re washing the dishes or generally handling mucky stuff! Research suggests that the average Brit washes their hands 4 times a day. That’s 28 times a week, 112 a month and 1456 a year, that is a lot of washing.

Excessive Washing

Skin is the largest organ of our body. It protects us from harmful environmental factors and keeps us healthy. You would think that regularly washing your hands keeps it bacteria and germ free but, while this is true, there is such a thing as too much washing. Dry skin and Hand Washing do come hand in hand (excuse the pun). If you are washing your hands too much, the skin can dry out and become rough and cracked. This is because the water is removing the skin’s natural oils, leaving the skin with little to no moisture left. Dermatitis can then result from excessive hand washing. Once the top layer of the skin cracks due to the removal of the skin’s natural oils, the skin become inflamed. This is the start of dermatitis and symptoms such as swelling, redness, irritation and itchiness. Read more about dermatitis here.

Harsh Soaps

Healthy skin actually has a slightly acidic pH balance while many harsh soaps are alkaline substances. So, exposing healthy skin to chemical-based cleansers may well contribute to disruption in the skin’s own healing process, making damaged, dry skin a very likely result. Harsh soaps, as well as water, can strip away ceramides and other natural oils from the skin, resulting in dehydrated, cracked skin barriers.
When buying a hand washing soap, most people will opt for antibacterial types in order to kill of as many germs from the hands as possible. However, this is not necessarily true. A study funded by the NIH found that antibacterial soaps work no better than moisturising, natural soaps, so try to avoid chemical-based soaps at all costs – they are simply no good for your skin.

Our Recommendations

An awareness of your hand-washing regularity is very important when avoiding the symptoms of Dry Skin and Hand Washing. Maybe you are washing your hands too often, or when its not needed. You could make sure you always use gloves when washing the dishes or clothes to avoid this direct contact.

The easiest way to look after your hands during washing is to make sure you choose a safe, natural soap. There is no reason to be opting for chemical-based products as all they do is damage and dry out your delicate skin. The Syrinx Za Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar is a natural cold-processed soap that is carefully designed to deeply cleanse hands while keeping the skin as protected and moisturised as possible. The soap is uniquely formulated to gently remove impurities while quickly restoring your skin’s natural moisture levels. It also stops the skin from drying out after use, by retaining the moisture absorbed.

Acne and Diet

Best Soap to Use for Treating AcneSo many of us grew up being told by our parents and teachers that gorging on sweets, fizzy drinks, chocolate or just about anything deliciously bad for us causes acne, right? Well, wrong. There is actually no proven link between Acne and Diet, it’s just a misconception that has been passed down for many years – probably to put children off junk food!

However, while foods do not necessarily cause acne, there are foods that can fight off acne symptoms and keep your skin as clear and healthy as possible.

What foods can help clear up acne?

The following foods can are thought to be particularly effecting at alleviating acne symptoms and improving the skin’s overall health.

Avocados: Avocados are particularly rich in vitamins C and E. Vitamin C is effective in reducing skin inflammation while Vitamin E is able to increase the skin’s vitality.

Artichoke: Artichokes are also full of Vitamin C as well as a variety of antioxidants, meaning harmful toxins and impurities of the skin are cleared out, reducing the likelihood of problems such as acne.

Brown Rice : Brown rice provides us with Vitamin B which is known to act as a stress fighter when digested. As acne is usually caused by hormones and high stress levels, brown rice can help prevent outbreaks.

Fatty Fish : Fish is very important when considering links between Acne and Diet as it contains omega-3 and omega-6. These two fatty acids can effectively reduce swelling within the skin and declog blocked pores.

Fennel: Fennel is the ultimate natural skin cleanser food – it can improve digestion, reduce inflammation and detox the skin, all in all preventing acne outbreaks.

Garlic: Garlic is also praised for it inflammation-reducing abilities. It contains Allicin, a natural chemical that is able to kill off harmful, acne-causing bacteria within the skin.

Nuts: Mineral deficiencies have been held responsible as a common cause of acne which is where nuts step in; they contain many essential minerals such as selenium, copper, iron, magnesium, potassium and calcium that can nourish the skin and reduce its vulnerability to conditions such as acne.

What else can relieve acne?

You’ve tackled the connection between your Acne and Diet so what else can you do to help your skin?
The common misconception about natural oils is that they are actually a cause of acne but this is entirely false. Acne is all down to age, hormones or trapped skins cells and dirt that over time clog the pores. In fact, as bizarre as it may sound, using the correct oils can gently tackle and reduce acne very effectively.

Syrinx Za’s Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar contains a mixture of oils including olive, castor and coconut, as well as turmeric and beeswax. This combination produces a rich, aromatic lather that locks in moisture and has healing antiseptic qualities. Read more about Acne Treatments.

Tried and Tested Cracked Heel Remedy

cracked feedExcessively dry skin and pressure on our feet can cause cracked heels, also known as heel fissures and foot cracks. This split or cracked skin can be very painful and unattractive; the split skin can cause bleeding or even infection.

Dry, cracked feet can affect anyone; however eczema and psoriasis sufferers are more than likely to be affected. This condition is seemly worse in the summer when people tend to wear open shoes; but it can occur at any time.

What causes cracked feet and heels?

Cracked Heels or dry chapped feet can have many causes but the feet are basically lacking in moisture and can worsen if you wear sandals, flip flops or walk in bear feet on hard surfaces, even sand. Untreated cracked skin on the feet causes the skin to thicken and harden, which in turn makes it even more difficult to treat and standard moisturisers have little or no affect. Cracked feet need serious moisture fast.

Tried and tested cracked heel remedy

Our tried and tested products for dry cracked skin contain many ingredients. First they deeply cleanse and soothe the skin with antiseptic properties, remove impurities and then restore your skins natural moisture levels.

Each product has been through extensive clinical trials, and actually tested on human skin to ensure the suitability and effectiveness of the product.

How can cracked heels be treated?

Each night, using the Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar; create a thick lather and apply it to the skin, rub in thoroughly for a few minutes. It’s preferable to let the lather dry for at least 30 minutes or overnight but not essential every time. The longer you leave the lather on the skin the better as it gives the sapropel (Sapropel) more time to work its magic. Throughout the day or as a minimum morning and night – apply the Hydrating Therapy Balm to the affected areas of the feet, rubbing in gently.

24 Hour Hydration for cracked feet

This 100% natural treatment will provide a full 24 hour hydration for your cracked feet and heels which will smooth and soften the skin. You will notice a difference within two weeks of using our tried and tested cracked feet regime.

One happy customer noticed a difference in just a few days

Within 10 days the skin on my heels had softened I received natural cream for split heels and after a few days use started to notice the difference. Within 10 days the skin on my heels had softened and the painful cracks had ‘heeled’ – if you pardon the pun!

This customer got the result he wanted – soft skin with no cracks within 10 days.

Get your cracked heel remedy to ensure your feet ready for summer.

Tried and Tested Remedy for Eczema

There are many different variations of eczema such as atopic dermatitis and contact dermatitis, atopic eczema, infantile eczema and the list goes on.

The term eczema is derived from the Greek meaning “to boil over” which is very descriptive to all, as eczema is a chronic non-contagious inflammation of the epidermis, which is the outer layer of the skin. Affected skin sometimes does feel like it’s on fire “boiling over” where the skin can swell and become dry, flaky, and extremely itchy. Sometimes the skin can even blister, ooze, crust and bleed.

The team at Syrinx ZA know how painful and uncomfortable this skin condition can be and we understand that eczema patients must be extremely careful choosing what to put on their skin. This is the reason we carry out extensive clinical trials; all of our products are tried and tested by sufferers themselves.

What causes eczema?

Finding the cause of eczema can be extremely difficult if not, impossible – every person is different, every condition varies and the skin can flare up for no reason or can be the result of a number of factors. It can be genetic, to do with the immune system, due to an allergy, food related, and even environmental.

Eczema skin lacks the ability to stay moisturised so items that contain chemicals: i.e. soaps and detergents can irritate the skin even further, causing flare ups. So, the main objective is to steer clear of chemicals, fragrances and detergents and get that skin moisturised.

Can eczema be cured?

As yet there is no cure for eczema but it can be effectively managed and treated with our tried and tested natural remedy which controls the symptoms, by keeping the moisture in the skin, soothing the skin, stopping the itching and reducing the inflammation thereby ceasing the itch – scratch cycle.

Tried and Tested Eczema Treatment Regime

This is a 100% Natural treatment, which contains no steroids, parabens, irritants, chemicals, or petroleum.
During our on-going clinical trials over 80% of eczema sufferers have expressed that their skin has improved and now feels soft, soothed and moisturised.

Quick and easy – 2 step treatment for eczema

1. Using soft water or water that has been previously boiled in a kettle, bathe your skin with the Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar, to remove toxins and chemicals from the skin. The longer you leave the lather on the skin the better as it gives the sapropel (Sapropel) more time to work its magic.

2. Then whilst you are still damp gently work into the skin the Natural Emollient for Eczema, this will help the skin retain moisture.

Ideally we recommend you use the therapy bar last thing before bed – simply work up a thick lather and apply to the skin. This time leave the lather to dry naturally – even overnight if you can, but at least for 30mins before washing off as the longer the sapropel can stay on the skin the better.

Follow this remedy for eczema twice a day and within just two weeks you should start to notice smoother, less inflamed, less itchy skin.


Psoriasis and Diet

Psoriasis and DietPsoriasis is not an easy condition to live with so sufferers are usually very keen to find whatever they can to alleviate their symptoms. But what if this could be achieved by something as simple as what you eat?

There are very few studies that show a medical link between Psoriasis and Diet but there have been vast amounts of claims from sufferers that there is. So where are these claims coming from?

I recently tried your soap and was amazed at the improvement it made to my psoriasis. Redness and soreness was much reduced and my whole skin felt better overall. My nephew suffers terribly with eczema so I will be buying your products for him too.
Many, many thanks!
Christine Jones

What foods aggravate Psoriasis?

Many have insisted that eliminating certain foods from their diet has undoubtedly reduced or actually completely relieved their Psoriasis altogether.

Although there is no confirmed connection between a person’s Psoriasis and Diet, there is absolutely no harm in exploring whether it makes a difference to your condition.

List of suspected Psoriasis food triggers

  • Gluten and Yeast: A sensitivity to gluten or yeast could mean a gluten-free or yeast-free diet could potentially rapidly reduce Psoriasis symptoms in some.
  • Dairy: Dairy is commonly associated with inflammatory conditions so eliminating this food group from your diet could also reduce Psoriasis symptoms.
  • Red Meat: Red Meat is also associated with inflammatory conditions but, even more importantly, cardiovascular diseases. Psoriasis causes a sufferer to also have a higher susceptibility to heart problems so it is certainly wise to stay away from the further risks red meat brings.
  • Alcohol: A very high amount of Psoriasis sufferers claim that consuming high levels of alcohol significantly worsens their symptoms. No research has confirmed this link either but it may be due to dehydration of the skin or the alcohol’s ability to give white blood cells easier access to the skin, which in turn can inflame the skin. It is definitely worth trying a completely alcohol-free diet for a while (as hard as it may be!) to see if there is any improvement to your Psoriasis.

So what foods are GOOD for Psoriasis?

  • Fish and Omega 3: Fish contains anti-inflammatory properties that could help reduce symptoms of Psoriasis.
  • Herbs: Herbs are thought to boost the skin’s own immune system and reduce any inflammation.
  • Vitamin-rich Foods: Vitamin A rich foods could encourage healthy skin and reduce conditions such as Psoriasis thanks to their nourishing properties. Such foods include carrots, lettuce, paprika and sweet potatoes.
  • Antioxidant-rich Foods: Antioxidants nourish the body and are very effective in fighting off diseases that Psoriasis increases your risk of such as cancer and heart disease. Such foods include fruits, nuts, whole grain and vegetables.
Elimination Diets

While trying out elimination diets is useful when finding out if there is indeed a connection between your Psoriasis and Diet, it is important you do not carry out any significant eliminations for any extended periods of times as it could prevent your body receiving the nutrients it needs.

Try to remain healthy at all times by having a low in fat and high in fruit/veg diet to avoid any other health issues arising. Further reading on Psoriasis Treatments.


I have suffered from psoriasis all my life and have tried many skin care products but have not had much luck until now, I have just started using the therapy cream for only two weeks, and my family have already noticed a significant improvement in my psoriasis. The condition is on my scalp so it is difficult for me to see but feels loads better and now I feel more confident to wear my hair up, I have already started recommending the product to my friends. I would hope to see a shampoo and conditioner range in the near future if this is possible as this would be an added benefit for myself as I have found many existing hair products flare up and irritate my psoriasis.

Thank you
Joanne Hampshire.

Early Morning Dry SKin

Emma Bunton Dry SkinDo you have dry skin when you wake up?
I noticed a tweet from Emma Bunton this morning and was inspired to write this post.
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Time Consuming Facial vs. Daily Skin Care

Some would say that a facial in the beauty salon is therapeutic as well as being beneficial for dry skin. OK, so I’m a bloke and I have to admit, although I am sure you won’t be surprised to hear that I’ve never had a facial, however I don’t need one because I’m lucky enough to work for a skin care company that provides me with the products I need to maintain healthy hydrated skin.

So which is the best; a time consuming, not to mention expensive facial or just regular daily skin care with soap and a little moisturiser ?

A Facial at home or in the Beauty Salon
A good home facial mask from reputable store it’s going to cost you around £20.00 and you’ll still need to precede your facial with an equally high quality face skin cleanser, and then find the time to apply and let the facial mask do its work before removing it. So a facial is expensive and time consuming – That’s no bad thing if you’ve got the time and the budget to spend £20.00 every time you’re skin becomes dehydrated. Even more expensive and time consuming if you go to the beauty salon.

Home Skin Care Regime using Syrinx Za Products
Using our skin care regime you need the Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar and our Ultra-Sensitive Therapy Cream. You’ll use the Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar (like a bar of soap) wash the skin and remove all impurities simply by washing the face. Then apply the Ultra-Sensitive Therapy Cream, working the cream in firmly. Do this each morning and evening, and when you remove makeup and also immediately after swimming, bathing or exposure to the wind or sun.

The above face skin care regime is not going to take up any more time because we all wash our face every morning and evening. As a major bonus both products are 100% natural – no chemicals.

So, which is the best, a facial or a simple skin care regime?

OK, so I’m a little biased because I work for Syrinx Za, but our products really will help Emma Bunton and you and me to avoid Early Morning Dry Skin. So My vote is for adopting a daily skin care regime rather wasting time with expensive facials.

What do think? –


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