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24th February 2019

Teenage Skincare

Trinny and Lyla discuss teenage skincare

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Good morning everyone. Today I am joined by Lyla as I want to talk about skincare, style and makeup for 15-25 year olds. Lyla is 15. She's at that age where things are going to start changing and I want her to know how to look after her skin, understand why she gets spots or better yet, know how to prevent them.


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Prevention is better than cure and my key tips for clear skin are:

1/ Avoid grains and sugar

2/ Drink plenty of water

3/ Get lots of sleep

4/ Keep your skin clean and free of bacteria

When we hit puberty we have a higher level of testosterone which for boys increases hair growth on the face and that little hair brings with it sebum. Sebum protects our skin from the outside environment, but too much sebum can cause acne. So you need to find a balance between keeping the skin clean but not using products that are so strong that they strip the skins natural acid mantle, leaving your skin open to infection, bacteria or causing dryness.

Things to avoid:

1/ Alcohol

2/ Mineral Oil

3/ Fragrance in Skincare

As well as your skincare routine, look after your skin from the inside out. Gluten intolerance, sugar and high glycemic carbohydrates have been linked to rosacea and acne. I recommend lowering your sugar intake, taking a probiotic for gut health and burdock root to improve liver function. Zinc will help with inflammation and Vitamin A will reduce sebum.
It's especially important for teenagers around exam time, when they release a high level of cortisol (the stress hormone). Too much cortisol can cause acne which is why around this time breakouts can be worse, so stress management is high on my list too.

I love that Lyla and her friends don't like to wear heavy based foundation. It's great that at her age she is into wearing BFF everyday and not caking on Double Wear. She's keeping her skin protected with SPF 30 which is such a good habit to get your teenagers into. Lyla has dark circles so she uses BFF Eye too. She's experimenting with brands other than Trinny London, maybe it's not that cool to wear your Mummy's makeup but she always loves it when I put it on for her...

Lyla's Makeup
BFF Cream SPF 30 in Medium (£35)
BFF Eye in Reda (£26)

All products discussed in this post:

Clear Skin Viridian (£22.95)
Mega Probiotic (£19.50)
Burbock Root (£11.50)
Thyme Out (£18)
Dr Sam Bunting Skincare Flawless Cleanser (£16)
Dr Sam Bunting Flawless Moisturiser (£25)
Garden of Wisdom Daily Cleanser (£12)
Mario Badescu Facial Spray (£11)
Neutrogena Blackhead Eliminating Daily Scrub Blackhead Eliminating Daily Scrub (£3.99)
31st State Foaming Face Wash (£12.99)
31st State Blemish Control Gel (£12.99)
31st State Overnight Clearing Pads (£15.99)
Allies of Skin Fresh Slate Brightening Cleanser Masque (£38)
Allies of Skin 1A All-Day Pollution Repair Mask (£87)
Allies of Skin Mandelic Pigmentation Corrector Night Serum (£88)
Kate Somerville EradiKate Acne Treatment (£22)
Kate Somerville EradiKate Mask (£46)
Kate Somerville Detox Daily Cleanser (£30.50)
Heliocare Air Gel (£28)
Weleda Citrus 24hr Roll On Deodorant (£7.95)
Dr Haushka Rose Deodorant (£13)
Garden of Wisdom Azelaic Acid 10% Serum (£9)
Jurlique Skin Balancing Treatment Oil (£43)
Dr Sam's Moisturiser (£25)

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DISCLAIMER

The contents of this video are not intended to replace conventional medical or dermatological treatments and advice. Any suggestions made are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, condition or symptom. If you have any personal concerns please seek the advice of a healthcare practitioner.

All the products featured on my social media channels I have purchased myself, or on occasion, have been sent to me by PR when called in.

I do not accept payments to create videos on my social channels. However, so as to make it easy for you ladies, I embed links so that you can purchase any products mentioned seamlessly.


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DISCLAIMER

The contents of this video are not intended to replace conventional medical or dermatological treatments and advice. Any suggestions made are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, condition or symptom. If you have any personal concerns please seek the advice of a healthcare practitioner.

All the products featured on my social media channels I have purchased myself, or on occasion, have been sent to me by PR when called in.

I do not accept payments to create videos on my social channels. However, so as to make it easy for you ladies, I embed links so that you can purchase any products mentioned seamlessly.