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Ageing Insights – what you need to know

With age, the skin goes through natural wear-and-tear, just like the rest of our bodies. But much of what we think of as natural aging is in fact due to sun exposure and other factors. That means it can be avoided, and it's never too late to start.

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Belgium

pHformula features in anti-ageing publications

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Can men use the same skincare products as women?

Despite a growing aesthetic market aimed at men, they still tend to be largely overlooked when we talk about skincare. Skincare for women remains a huge and booming industry, with men’s products focusing on moisturisers and the odd cleanser – in spor...

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Cleansing the skin

The skin is the largest organ of our bodies and it is important to take care of it. Since the face is not covered by clothing, it is naturally unprotected from the outside world from a range of sources such as UV exposure, humid climate, air conditio...

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Combatting Chronic Redness

A delicate blush to the cheeks is never a bad thing when one is shy or embarrassed by a neatly turned compliment, or even a delicate tinting of the skin thanks to a subtle application of blusher. It is, in fact, rather attractive. But when it is a bu...

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Cyprus

pHformula features extensively in numerous publications

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Denmark

pHformula features in numerous publications

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Do you have winter skin?

There are so many things to love about winter. Clear, cold mornings with beautiful light, unapologetically stodgy, comforting food, tights and knitwear and matching scarf and glove sets and, of course, the festive season for those in the northern hem...

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Does water dry out your skin?

Some 50 to 70 percent of our body is water. We lose water every day, without realizing, so it is important to replenish our body’s water supply. Water aids in circulation, digestion, absorption and excretion. It increases our metabolic rate and impro...

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Estonia

pHformula features in various publications

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Finland

pHformula features predominantly in top magazines in Finland

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Fixated on the eyes and lips

Our eyes and mouths express our emotions, thoughts and tell the tale of a million words – whether we’re aware of it, or not. Our lifestyles put strain on our bodies, more often than not, resulting in visible symptoms which leads us to panic and raid ...

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How can we treat the signs of ageing?

We all know ageing is a fact of life. It happens to everyone and manifests itself in many ways, whether we like it or not. But it is nothing to be afraid of. Ageing does not have to mean old. Ageing does not mean the fun is over. And ageing does not ...

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How smoking wrecks your looks

It is no secret that smoking isn’t good for you – not for your body or your health, inside or out. Long associated with cancer and lung and heart disease, we now also know that smoking can be linked with premature skin ageing, delayed wound healing, ...

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How to reduce wrinkles

Ah, wrinkles. Everyone gets them, nobody really loves them, but what do we actually know about how they form? And how to get rid of them? Wrinkles, as we know, are creases, folds or ridges in the skin. Deeper than fine lines, we associate their appea...

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HYDRA concentrated corrective serum

HYDRA concentrated corrective serum awarded Favourite Product in Estonia

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Is the air polluting your skin?

By this stage, we are well accustomed to slathering on protection when there’s sun, or moisturizing a bit more when it is cold. But what about the effect of everyday air on your skin? Or, more specifically, the effects of air pollution? The damaging ...

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Israel

The Art of Skin Resurfacing features in top magazines in Israel

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Netherlands

pHformula featured extensively in Schoonheids Specialis magazine

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Norway

Numerous magazines in Norway feature a range of pHformula products

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Perfectly pHormulated gifts for this Holiday season

At a loss for the perfect gift? Giving the gift of healthy skin is a gift that will last forever. pHformula has a wide variety of products or product ranges that can be gifted, not just for the Festive season, but for any occasion that requires that ...

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pHabulous pregnancy and the skin

Pregnancy marks an intrinsic period of every woman’s life. Mostly positive, but one cannot ignore some of the challenges that come with it. The challenge is taking the necessary precautions to preserve or adjust your skincare regime to ensure a beaut...

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pHabulous Spring Skin

It’s sure that a healthy and radiant skin is on the wish list of almost everyone. Not only is an unhealthy skin a representation of an unhealthy body, but also has a great bearing on one’s self-confidence. A clear and healthy skin, however, adds to t...

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pHocus! Men need Skincare!

Do you remember the days when men washed their faces with a bar soap/ ran their hands over their face with the remaining foam from their shower gel and applied aftershave directly after? Those days are gone! Today’s fast-paced lifestyle, in combinati...

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POINT product range

POINT product range awarded for its innovative peptide technology, packaging design and cell nucleus context in Finland as well as nominated for Best Beauty Product for Men in Sweden

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Poland

pHformula features in top magazines in Poland

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Reap the benefits of using oils on your skin

For many, the idea of putting oils on your skin is slightly frightening as oily skin often means mild breakouts or acne. If we think back to historic times, oils such as argan, olive, and almond oil were THE skincare secret. According to recent studi...

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Red Light Therapy & Skincare

Red light therapy has been drawing a lot of attention in the world of non-invasive anti-ageing treatment. Instead of undergoing radical methods in correcting and delaying signs of aging, scientists discovered that red light can promote healing and is...

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Resurfacing – what does it mean for your skin?

Cosmetic surgery is a huge industry. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, some 15.9 million surgical and minimally-invasive cosmetic procedures were performed in the United States in 2015 alone – even higher than the number performe...

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Russia

pHformula received numerous reviews in a multitude of Russian publications

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SIMPLE YET EFFECTIVE skin care for men

As time has passed, men’s interests and lifestyles have changed. Gone are the days when men were associated with just a strapping, beefy persona and being completely oblivious to their appearance. We now live in the age of metro-sexuality, where men ...

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SOS eye rescue

SOS eye rescue nominated for its unique peptide and light-reflecting technology in Sweden

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SOS Eye Rescue

Our SOS eye rescue has been awarded another prestigious award

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SOS product range

SOS product range awarded for innovative design in London

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SOS rescue oil

SOS rescue oil awarded Product of the Year and Facial Oil of the Year in Sweden as well as awarded Best Professional Skincare Product in Estonia

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South Africa

Extensive press coverage on pHformula from South African publications

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Sweden

Top Swedish publications feature pHformula

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The adverse signs of ageing

What are the signs of ageing?When it comes to your face, the first sign is usually fine lines – faint lines that appear in particular areas, such as mouth and eyes, that use repeated motions, such as laughing or squinting. Second come wrinkles – deep...

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The benefits of Multifunctional Products

Pre-cleanser, cleanser, toner, exfoliator, moisturiser, anti-ageing, brightening, firming. These are the words we are bombarded with day in and day out when searching for effective and genuine skincare products. These are the ‘must-haves’. Not only d...

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The best nutrients for your skin

It is easy to take your skin for granted, and to forget about the fact that it needs protection, love, attention and nourishment to look and feel its best. Think about it – your skin is the largest organ of your body and is the only organ to be inter...

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The Elasticity of the Skin

We never really think of our skin as being elastic but in fact this is exactly what it is – elasticity means the skin has the ability to stretch and then go back to normal once the stretch is released. It doesn’t sound like a big deal, but elasticity...

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The gift that keeps your skin glowing

The skin plays a vital role in the anatomy of the body, and all its functions are designed to function properly. The functions vary from acting as a defense against free radicals, protecting the organs to regulating temperature. Good eating habits of...

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The importance of blood circulation

It is fair to say we don’t give much thought to blood circulation on a daily basis. We generally know why good blood circulation is important – it carries oxygen and nutrients around the body, benefitting the brain, the heart, the lungs, muscles, and...

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The importance of feeding your skin

Your skin is a multitasker like no other. It may not look like it, but your skin is constantly working away, protecting you, cooling you, connecting you to your environment. As the largest organ of the body – with a surface area of approximately 2 me...

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The innovation behind the art of skin resurfacing

Skin peeling versus Skin resurfacing Skin treatments and anti-ageing technology have advanced dramatically over recent decades. No longer do we depend solely on cosmetics to enhance our appearance. Cosmetics have evolved to cosmeceuticals, and cosmec...

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The Seasons and Your Skin

Changing seasons bring new possibilities and are often a welcome change from the previous weeks – sun and beaches, or snow and fireplaces, or warm days and cool evenings. Every few months or so we change how we dress, our activities, even our diet, t...

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The Skin – your largest organ

There are 78 organs in a human body, each with a specific vital function. Organs – essentially a group of tissues – are in fact responsible for conducting all your bodily functions. When we think about our organs – as much as we do spend time thinkin...

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Treating Adult Acne

We associate acne with our troubled teenage years but actually adult acne is more common than people think. It is not unusual for some adults to develop acne just as everyone else is outgrowing it – or even into their 40s and 50s – and it can be just...

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Treating the factors and Influences of Acne

Acne is a common skin condition that occurs when dead skin cells collect in the skin’s pores, then rise to the surface of the openings and eventually fall away from the skin. The oil-producing gland which assists the skin in keeping its natural moist...

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Turkey

pHformula skin resurfacing features in Turkish magazine

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U.V. protect SPF50+

U.V. protect SPF50+ awarded for its state-of-the-art ingredients and skin benefits in Sweden

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Ukraine

pHformula features in numerous publications

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Understanding Hyperpigmentation

Confidence is partly defined by how we see ourselves and the health of one’s skin is a huge part of feeling confident. Visible dark spots that appear on the face, hands, and other parts of the body that have been exposed to the sun can cause one to f...

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United Kingdom

Prestigious magazines in the UK review pHformula's products and treatments

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VITA A B C vitamin creams

A B C vitamin creams awarded for innovative design in London

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VITA C concentrated corrective serum

VITA C concentrated corrective serum awarded the most innovative Homecare Product in Poland as well as nominated for Best Beauty Product Award in Denmark

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Vitamin C – topical, oral or both?

Vitamin C is one of nature’s most powerful anti-oxidants. Also known as ascorbic acid, it is water soluble, helps protect from free radicals, and is vital for the body to produce collagen – the protein that helps wounds heal. However, humans lack the...

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What are lipids?

We’ve all heard of the concepts cholesterol, ceramides and essential fatty acids before, whether the subject matter is food or skincare. We often forget, however, that these three-compounds form part of the makeup of the skin and how skin looks and b...

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What do we mean by ultraviolet – or UV Radiation?

UV radiation from the sun has an important role to play in our lives and the environment around. It affects nearly all living organisms and is responsible for many biological processes. Even some animals depend on seeing into UV light to find ripe fr...

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What does the sun do to your skin?

For decades now we have been hearing about the damaging effects of the sun, the risk of skin cancer, the long-term effects of repeated sunburn. But how dangerous is the sun and what exactly does it do to your skin? It is important to remember is that...

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What is chronic redness, or rosacea?

Most of us go a bit red sometimes. We flush when it is hot, blush when we are embarrassed, or generally go a bit pink in extreme temperatures. But chronic redness of the skin – particularly the face – is a different matter and can be a potentially li...

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What is Solar Radiation - and how does it affect your skin?

Sunlight, an essential pre-requisite for life, may be extremely dangerous to human health. Excessive exposure to the sun is known to be associated with increased risks of various skin cancers, cataracts, and other eye diseases, as well as accelerated...

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What is SPF and why do I need it?

Most of us know what sunburn feels like – at a minimum, a bit of stinging, some redness, some itchiness. More severe sunburn can result in blistering, more intense pain, and sometimes dizziness, fatigue and nausea. Sunburn is caused specifically by o...

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What is Your Skin pH?

Like most things in life, your skin needs balance to be happy. And your skin’s pH is a pretty good indication of how happy – or not – it is. The health of your skin – and indeed your body – can be linked to maintaining that healthy balance between ac...

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What to do about acne

Acne – the word dreaded by teenagers everywhere. Unsightly and often painful, it is the most common skin disorder in the world. While it is most prevalent in teenagers and young adults, it can affect people of all ages, including adults in their 40s ...

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What vitamin C can do for the skin

The benefits of vitamin C for our bodies and nutritional health is a more common topic of conversation than the benefits of vitamin C and how it can enhance skin health. We know that vitamin C promotes healthy bones and teeth, boosts overall immunity...

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Why is hydration so important?

We’ve all been told that water is important for your skin and we tend to accept this without really understanding why. But hydration is indeed vital for healthy skin and many skin problems may actually be worsened, or even caused, by dehydrated skin....

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Why is it important to treat the skin around our eye area?

The eye area is one of the most sensitive parts of our body and should be well taken care of because it is so delicate and vital as it is responsible for allowing us to see our surroundings.

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Why is Retinol the must-have ingredient?

We’ve all heard the word retinol but safe to say very few people are certain as to what it actually means. And safe to say people don’t know it can do wonders for your skin. Retinol is often used as the technical name for Vitamin A and, while this co...

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