January 13, 2023 1 min read
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We ensure that tests are not conducted by any party, in any country, under any circumstances, for the product that is the subject of the license. Further, we do not pay for, or commission, any tests on the ingredients of that product.
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January 20, 2023 4 min read
The new year is a great time to roll out a new skincare regime. If you put the effort in now, when sensitive skin is at its most vulnerable, you will continue to see benefits throughout the year in clear, healthy, glowing skin. And, as we at Elave Skincare know, if your skin looks good, you feel good!
No doubt 2023 will bring with it an array of skincare fads and crazes – not all of which will actually be that helpful to your skin. As sensitive skincare experts since 1934, specialising in delicate Irish skin, lwe at Elave like to keep it simple, so here are 3 Top Tips for the new year skincare.
December 16, 2022 3 min read
Give the gift of great skincare this Christmas with Elave.Happy.Skin.
Great value skincare sets from Elave Skincare make ideal presents for the one you love – or why not treat yourself! Selene Daly, Registered Advanced Nurse Practitioner in Dermatology, looks at two of our most popular collections
At this time of year, the shops and online sites are coming down with all sorts of special festive skincare gift sets but, popular as they are, I have to hold my hand up right away and confess that, for a number of reasons, I am not a fan.
December 02, 2022 2 min read
Over half the respondents to a survey by Irish skincare brand Elave have revealed that sensitive facial skin reactions definitely affect their confidence.
The survey*, carried out as part of the Elave.Happy.Skin. campaign, confirms that sensitive skin issues affect how people feel about themselves in their personal, social and work lives.
Nearly half of those questioned said they feel ‘frustrated’ by facial skin irritation, while 1 in 8 (12.5%) say they feel like hiding away.
Three out of 10 respondents reported experiencing sensitive skin reactions every month, while 1 in 10 said they have to cope with irritation on a daily basis.
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