Sunscreen

It’s the holiday period again. The most important thing is to understand how much sun exposure is enough. And that no matter the weather, every day is a sunscreen day. As with anything in life. You need to keep healthy and balanced. And the approach to your sun care routine should

Toxic Sunscreen | Longevity LIVE

While your chosen sunscreen brand probably does a fairly good job at protecting your skin from the harmful effects of the sun, it may well be toxic to the environment. Indeed, key public officers in Hawaii have spent the better part of 2017 debating and lobbying for a ban on

skin cancer | Longevity LIVE

It is time to educate ourselves about an issue that urgently needs attention – skin cancer. South Africa has the second highest incidence of skin cancer in the world and one of the highest incidences of melanoma worldwide. January is Skin Cancer Awareness Month and the Independent Community Pharmacy Association

Jennifer Aniston's zone | Longevity LIVE

So, here are 100 simple ways to be healthy. Over time, you’ll find that these habits start to accumulate. Before you know it, you’ll wake up and discover that you’re leading the healthy, happy life you’ve been aiming for. 31. Sleep naked. Following on from keeping it cool in the

flight | Longevity LIVE

At 35°C, we’re all inclined to show more skin. But air pollutants and the sun can cause problems such as accelerated skin aging, hyperpigmentation and dermatitis – problems that can be exacerbated depending on where you live. Here is how you can localize your skincare regime for a healthy, well-protected

skin health | Longevity Live

Do you remember the days when it was fashionable to bake for hours in the sun and slather your body in baby oil to get a tan? Well, it turns out, as we all know, that we were setting ourselves up for wrinkly skin and skin cancer. The fairer your

vitamin d | Longevity Live

We all know Vitamin D is of great importance to our health and aging. However, researchers have made it clear that the factors which affect our Vitamin D levels are complicated. Your skin’s absorption of UVB sun rays is the best source of vitamin D. This does, however, come with

hands | Longevity Live

Hands often show the first signs of aging, as we pay less attention to them than we do to our faces. Our hands were designed to be one of the most physically active parts of our body, yet we forget to give them the attention they deserve. The anti-aging process

winter | Longevity LIVE

Is your skin feeling tight and chapped right now? Or maybe your hair is breaking? Anyone who lives in Jo’burg knows that when winter hits, all the moisture (which already isn’t much) gets sucked out of the air. Leaving your body dehydrated and dry. Now if you’re anything like me and averse

men | Longevity LIVE

It may come as a surprise that men have a very different type of skin to their female counterparts. Not only is it generally a lot thicker, but it’s also hairier… So having a few tricks up your sleeve when it comes to taking care of it, will come in