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How to get rid of dermatitis on your face in just 6 weeks

Amanda - "6 weeks after using the sensitive skin trial pack, the difference to me is amazing! I have been suffering for over 2 years, trying prescription antibiotic creams, steroid creams, other skincare products and nothing would stop the flare ups. At worst it would go up my nose and into my eyes, be weeping and sore to touch... could not even think of using anything else. It’s improving everyday!!" What is dermatitis? Dermatitis is a general term to describe an inflammation or irritation of the skin. It exists in many forms including an itchy 'rash', redness, dry patches or flaking skin. Dermatitis is not contagious and is treatable.  What causes dermatitis on your face? Some common causes are: - Direct contact...

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How to get rid of breakouts in 4 weeks, for good!

There are three main internal causes of breakouts. Pay close attention to where they appear on your face as this will give you an indication of the internal trigger.   HORMONAL BREAKOUTS These breakouts are likely to be caused by time of the month, pregnancy or changes in contraception/hormones. These breakouts can sometimes show up as congestion and appear as little bumps under the skin or as big ‘blind’ pimples and mainly appear on your chin area. STRESS BREAKOUTS Stress breakouts are common for those whose bodies are under some kind of stress or pressure. There are many reasons why, but it can be due to mental stress (most common), physical stress, or experienced by those who are ill or taking medication. These breakouts can...

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The perfect solution for sensitive skin (even if you feel like you have tried everything)!

Tribe Skincare is 'skincare for sensitive skin'. But what exactly does that mean and how does it benefit your skin? Irritated and sensitive skin can easily be transformed into glowing, healthy skin with a few key ingredients. What goes in your skincare for sensitive skin: Anti-inflammatory ingredients: Common symptoms of sensitive skin are facial redness, excess oil with dry patches, eczema and discomfort (tightness and itching). Powerful natural anti-inflammatories including Aloe Vera, Zinc (which is also amazing for balancing oil and healing your skin), peach extract and kaolin clay can quickly diffuse facial redness and balance your skin, as well as help to relieve the symptoms of sensitive skin. Hydrators and barrier repair ingredients: Whether your skin is oily, dry or...

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The 1 'miracle' product that reduces facial redness in just 2 weeks!

"4 years working as a skin therapist has shown me that facial redness is without a doubt, the most common skin concern for Aussie women in their 20's" Kayla Houlihan, Tribe Skincare founder. If you are in your 20's or 30's, you probably don't really give too much thought to fine lines and anti-aging yet, but your skin is starting to lose vital moisture.This is the perfect time to treat facial redness and reduce the inflammation in your skin. Once capillaries are broken (they look like tiny, squiggly veins when they do) there is no reversing them (without laser removal). Treating your facial redness now will a simple at-home skincare routine can reduce the more permanent redness in the future.  What causes facial redness? Heat: Your capillaries...

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Eczema & Dermatitis - What's the difference?

Put simply, eczema is a common form of dermatitis. Being 'skincare for sensitive skin' it's vital that the skincare is safe for eczema-prone skin. We have helped hundreds of Aussie women with eczema/dermatitis on their faces and bodies. Eczema is a chronic, medically recognised skin condition caused by a disruption in your skin’s moisture barrier. It’s itchy and painful, and can even lead to nasty infections. Please note that Tribe Skincare is not a pharmaceutical product and it's best to consult a doctor or pharmacist.   Common causes: Allergies Harsh chemicals (often from your makeup or skincare) Changes in temperature Heredity Our skin is also naturally drier in winter, which makes it more susceptible to a flare-up. Treatments: Medical Steroid creams available over...

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