Skincare is child’s play
Teaching kids a healthy skincare routine should start long before teenage years and make-up rear their heads
When you hear the word ‘skincare’, you think anti-ageing, you think acne, you think of heavy-duty, hard-working serums. Chances are, you don’t tend to think of children.
But with all that we now know about skin health – most saliently that it’s an organ itself and not just a sheath covering our internal organs – and the importance of prevention and a good skincare routine, isn’t this something we should be...
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