At ms.Artisan natural skincare, we are dedicated to using the best of natural ingredients in our formulations. However, even with the most natural ingredients, our body can run the risk of allergies. Just like many in this world whom are allergic to the humble peanut, you can be allergic to tea tree oil, popularized for its antibacterial properties.
7 Types of Eczema & how to soothe them fast!
Knowing which type you belong to will minimize the probability of triggering and soothing outbreak faster. 1. Contact Dermatitis ..... read more
Skin problems from frequent washing, sanitising of hands ‘unavoidable reality’ during Covid-19
Ms Tan suffers from irritant hand eczema on her right hand, a skin disease commonly seen in people working in the healthcare and food industry due to stringent hand hygiene practices.
10 of the Most Common Skin Conditions
1. Acne 2. Eczema 3. Shingles You won't guess what are the remaining 7 conditions...
How is Asian Skin Different?
In comparison, Caucasians develop wrinkling earlier and more extensively. External influences, such as differences in diet, exposure to sunlight, and culture undoubtedly play a role in this. Biologically, differences between Caucasians and Asians are due to the melanocytic pathways operating in either skin type, although the data seem to suggest...
7 Reasons to Switch to natural skincare
This will make you rethink your skincare routine You might buy organic fruits and vegetables, but do you apply the same principles to your beauty routine? A recent report from the Soil Association highlighted that the organic health and beauty market has risen by a whopping 21.6 per cent in the...
FACE WASHING 101
How you wash your face can make a difference in your appearance. Follow these tips from dermatologists to help you keep your face looking healthy.
9 ways to prevent FACE MASK skin problems
Masks play a vital role in reducing the spread of the coronavirus. Masks can also be hard on your skin, causing problems that range from acne and peeling skin to rashes and itchiness. To help prevent skin problems from developing under your mask, board-certified dermatologists recommend these nine tips.