when it comes to clear skin🐛. The realisation that micro bugs inhabit our skin makes most squirm. For decades, we've been scrubbing 'n' stripping our skin to annihilate everything to ward off acne, excess oil and other skin conditions like eczema and rosacea. Research now shows these little critters (good bacteria) actually promote immunity, protect against harmful bacteria acting like a barrier to the outside world. Dermatologists are recognising that the microbes have an impact on our complexion. Research is ongoing but the take out thus far is... opt for products that remove the baddy bacteria BUT enhance the work of the goody-bug bacteria, to maintain the equilibrium of our epidermis đŸ€“. So... for the love-of-clear-skin, embrace your bugs and avoid harsh ingredients such as Sodium Lauryl Sulphate (SLS) and Sodium Laureth Sulphate (SLES), Triclosan, EDTA, bad alcohol's such as Isopropyl & Ethyl, parabens, mineral oils & fragrance (the chemical maze is a tops app for deciphering ingredients in cosmetics and food) Pardon?...oh, some scientist just yelled out recommending NEEK's Miss Divine Cleanser.

Do you suffer from a skin condition such as eczema or rosacea? We'd love to hear what products have and haven't worked for you. Please comment below.

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