• How to Naturally Preserve and Boost Collagen

    Collagen is a protein that maintains skin elasticity and smoothness, it's the most plentiful and naturally occurring protein present in the body -...
  • What is glycation (or the Maillard reaction)?

    Glycation – a simple definition Glycation, also known as the Maillard reaction, is the binding of sugars to proteins [1]. It both occurs spontaneou...
  • The top anti-ageing antioxidants you need in your routine

    Antioxidants protect the skin by reducing and counteracting free radical production. These free radicals, as a refresher, can assault your skin, damaging healthy skin cells and creating oxidative stress. Antioxidants protect your skin from this and help reduce pigmentation and fine lines and wrinkles. Keep reading to discover our favourite antioxidants that you will want to add to your skincare/self-care routine! 
  • The Best Collagen Supplements For Plumper Skin

    If you’re toying with the idea of taking a collagen supplement for a spin, it’s important to know your facts. Should you take fish collagen or bov...
  • Why You Should Be Taking Anti-Glycation Supplements

    We delve into the science of ageing and what causes AGEs and accelerated ageing to show you the solution for younger-looking skin. AGEs (Advanced ...
  • Why you need a Vitamin B3 (Nicotinamide) supplement

    While you may already know how a niacinamide (vitamin B3) serum can diminish fine lines, treat large pores and hydrate skin, lesser known are the benefits from ingesting this essential nutrient. Let's dive into what all the fuss is about; topical vs ingestible benefits; and the products you must have in your skincare/wellness collection.
  • How Sugar Can F*** With Your Skin!

    There's a sticky relationship between sugar and your skin and today we're breaking down what the deal is with glycation, sugar and pre-mature aging. Sweet tooth's beware, what we unravel may make you never look at dessert the same way again!

    We’d all love to have perfect skin, but due to modern lifestyles and the food that we eat, many of us become our own saboteurs to the complexion of our dreams. Most Australians get more than 50 percent of their calories from refined sugar, flour and oil and another 25 percent of calories from animals foods. But while these foods seem like the norm, they are not. Our biology was never designed to process them in the quantities that we eat. Early humans never ate cookies, cake, chocolate bars or anything else so high in refined sugar and fat.