HomeTagsPosts tagged with "UV rays"

UV rays


When it comes to balancing our super-sensitive skin, it can be a nightmare trying to figure out what each of our faces need to be perfectly soothed.

Our latest recommendation comes as no surprise to those in the beauty industry who have been raving over the product for months; Payot's Crème N°2 Cachemire.

Everything from stress, hormones and UV rays to air pollution and diet can damage our skin, making it hyper-sensitive as a result.

Drawing on the latest discoveries in the skin biology industry, the Payot Crème N°2 Cachemire strengthens and restores balance to your sensitive skin.

The cachemire cream nourishes your system, calms any sensation of discomfort and reduces the irritations and redness of sensitive and dry skin. What could be better?

As a result of the science, skin is reinforced and protected from external aggressions because of the cutaneous flora action, which helps to maintain the natural balance of the skin.

Payot Crème N°2 Cachemire has a gorgeous, healthy formula containing Boswellia extract, Jasmine Flower extract, Prebiotic and Probiotic.

Its creamy texture envelops your skin straight from application. Day after day, your skin is left feeling soothed and luminous, and the sensation of discomfort from redness is alleviated.

Gain total facial calmness and soft, brightened complexion for just €50- We insist that it's worth the money. 

All Payot products are available in pharmacies and selected stores nationwide, as well as online.


Spring has sprung and yet the thought of exposing bare flesh to the public after months of winter woollies is bringing tears to your eyes.

If you’re finished with faking it and tempted to turn to sunbeds this year before holiday season kicks off, first consider the many dangers associated with sunbed use.

The Irish Cancer Society has warned that using a sunbed is not a safer way than the sun when getting a tan. It exposes your skin to UVA and UVB rays that damage your skin cells and can lead to skin cancer.

The sunbed industry in Ireland is not regulated and no safeguards are in place to protect those most vulnerable to UV damage that could lead to skin cancer.

The amount of UV radiation you get from a sunbed can be as much as 15 times higher than what you would get from the midday Mediterranean sun.

Research tells us that people who have used a sunbed, even just once, have a 15% increased risk of melanoma.

If you first use a sunbed before you were 30 years of age, your risk of getting melanoma is increased by 75%.

If you use a sunbed once a month or more, your risk of skin cancer may be increased by more than half.