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Summer Time Skin: Tips

Summer is here! It’s that time of year to rejoice, frolic and bask in the sun to make up for all that Vitamin D deficiency we acquired during the Winter hibernation. But whilst we all love that sun-kissed look, it can sometimes be just a little difficult to achieve and we just end up looking like freshly cooked lobsters (steam included). So here are some quick tips for staying sun smart this summer. Use your sunscreen – find and use a sunscreen appropriate for your daily activity. If you’re going out into the water, go for a zinc based, water resistant sunscreen, but don’t forget to regularly apply. If you tend to stay indoors, then perhaps opt for a BB...

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Spring Race Day Tips

It’s that time of year again. The sun is shining, the birds are singing and we’re stressing about the perfect outfit for race-day! Have no fear, Enbacci is here. Here are three quick tips from us to help keep your skin looking flawless all day. 1. Wear sunscreen - With all the excitement at the barrier, some of us may forget that we are under direct sunlight. So, before applying your makeup, we recommend that you apply sunscreen to your face. Alternatively, look for a foundation with an SPF to save you that extra step. And of course, don’t forget to look after the rest of your body, including hands. Keep your hands looking hydrated and youthful with Enbacci’s Brightening...

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Fruit Stem Cells in Skincare Explained

‘Fruit stem cells’ have been advocated as a new buzzword among skincare circles over the last couple of years, but what is so special about these fruit extracts and how do they improve the quality of your skin? Unlike other cells, stem cells possess the unique ability to produce copies of themselves over extended periods of time. Found in multicellular organisms such as plants and mammals, stem cells have the specialised power to “differentiate” or change into different types of cells. They also yield the regenerative ability to self-renew by producing more stem cells. While stem cell research has inflamed an ethical debate surrounding the use of embryonic human stem cells and its potential in future regenerative medicine, in other...

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