Despite growth and the ageing process being a natural and rather remarkable experience, it can leave many of us feeling conscious of the way it appears on us physically. So, the more we notice the deepening of the creases around our eyes, and the loss of moisture and volume in our lips – our confidence can too lose the vigour it once had.
After the year we’ve all had I’m sure we are more than ready to ring in the new year, albeit a little differently than we’re used to (anyone else planning a pj party for one?). But whilst we’d like to leave a few things in 2020, there’s a lot more to carry through to 2021 than we might think. We’ve probably leaned more about our self-care routines than ever before, dedicating a little more time and energy into ourselves (seeing as we have a lot of it).
Let’s face it – there are a fair few decades that should be resigned to the bottom of the pile when it comes to fashion. Whilst I wasn’t alive to recount any fashion faux pas from the swinging sixties, the seventies and eighties ushered in a whole raft of interesting looks that frankly didn’t suit anyone! Bell-bottomed flares, tank tops and perms were certainly a staple, which swiftly made way for crop tops, neon and back combed hair as we were asked to ‘Relax’ and ‘Pump up the Volume’ through the eighties!
Welcome to Vemel the home of truly natural waterless skincare, manufactured in the heart of Berkshire, England. Vemel was born as an antidote to the chemical overload that we ﬁnd in our every-day lives in our quest to help our children who suﬀered for years with eczema related skin conditions and allergies.
We believe that by reducing the chemicals that we absorb on a daily basis we can make long terms beneﬁts to our overall health.
Why? Surely we should be taking every chance to add water into our lives right? Well maybe not as we know it, explains Agi Miel Co-founder of Vemel, “The beauty industry is a crazy, complex and fascinating industry. For years we have been blinded by science on what’s good for us, what will improve our complexions and what will feel great on our skin. There’s been a lot of ‘sciency’ stuff but sadly not a great deal of honesty, “ Agi explains.
In the midst of a global pandemic it’s easy to feel a little (okay, a lot) out of your depth. And something like a few spots here and there might seem insignificant. But the truth is, taking control of your body and your health in any way possible helps us gain a little stability in this pretty unstable time we call 2020. So, along with trying to make sure we and those around us don’t catch the virus, we now have a cluster of angry red headed spots forming on the lower region of our face (the thanks we get!). The science-y side of it is quite simple. Our once oh-so free chins are now kept under wraps (literally!) causing an increase in the buildup of dirt, sweat and debris – meaning clogged pores.