Skincare

blue light | Longevity LIVE

A 2019 report found that most people, on average, spend three hours and 15 minutes on our phones a day, with the top 20% of smartphone users having daily screen time in excess of four and a half hours. Now considering we are now using our devices to either work

Longevity has teamed up with specialist dermatologist Dr. Tarryn Jacobs to host a livestream event, Managing Lockdown Skin Concerns.  Dr. Jacobs will share her insights and help provide essential tips for how you can manage as well as protect your skin from the effects of lockdown. Who Is Dr. Tarryn

double cleansing | Longevity LIVE

Perhaps your skin has been throwing curveballs at you with random breakouts and redness. Perhaps you’ve been struggling with skin that is lackluster or oily. Maybe you’ve simply felt that your skincare routine can use a bit of a pick-me-up. Whatever your concern, this is the perfect time to add

skincare | Longevity LIVE

What’s the largest organ in the human body? The heart? Perhaps the kidney? Nope, think again. The largest organ in the human body is the skin. In fact, the average adult human skin spans 21 square miles and contains 11 miles of blood vessels. To put it in perspective, that’s

anti-aging | Longevity LIVE

The coronavirus crisis poses new challenges for us all, including for the health of our skin. Being in isolation, with the accompanying stress, sanitizing measures, lack of fresh air and opportunities to exercise can result in a series of dermatological problems, such as dry skin, adult acne exacerbations, and flare-ups

anti-aging | Longevity LIVE

While you may get some well-researched advice on Google, you’re also likely to be bombarded with some, well….interesting opinions. I mean, should you really put drops of toothpaste on your breakouts? Anti-aging is a hot topic, and as skincare relies on both studies and word of mouth, it can be

Olive oil | Longevity LIVE

Who doesn’t have a bottle of extra virgin olive oil in their kitchen pantry? I mean it’s incredibly versatile and it boasts a number of health benefits, ranging from beauty and skincare to heart health. With the lockdown and quarantine laws implemented to help curb the spread of the coronavirus,

skin | Longevity LIVE

With the coronavirus outbreak, our lives have been upheaved and changed in a number of ways. In an effort to curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus, we’ve all been encouraged to stay at home. Now while some of us are using this opportunity to lazy around the house and

collagen and skin

Collagen has a major role to play in skincare. It helps to maintain suppleness, as well as the elasticity, of our skin. But as we age, the amount of collagen in our body decreases. And this soon becomes evident in the appearance of our skin. Luckily, there are treatments that

anti-aging | Longevity LIVE

Though no one can’t stop aging or make you look 18 again, you can manage this natural process better by eating well and following some lifestyle habits. Since there is a long list of moisturizers, creams, and skincare products that claim to have anti-aging properties, but to tell you the