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It can be hard to put your best face forward when you suffer from blemishes, wrinkles, Acne, Rosacea, dry skin, or bags under your eyes. MiSMo can help with a range of skin problems and was designed to be strongly effective whilst remaining gentle to sensitive and damaged skin. Learn how to help overcome these and other skin problems with the right skincare routine and simple lifestyle adjustments using the wealth of information below.

Tips for Acne Sufferers

Bed linen: Change pillowcases every 2 days. Sleep on one side and turn for the next night then change the slip.

Mobile phones: Do the pimples come up where you hold the phone? If so keep phone clean and swap sides.

Hair products: Don't use...

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Treatment Plan for Acne

SKIN CARE ROUTINE:

Daily Face Wash twice a day
Exfoliator 2 – 3 times a week (use caution when irritated) Use your 4 fingers to apply exfoliator not the finger tips.
Blemish Gel morning and...

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Treatment Plan for Rosacea

​Morning.
Cleanse skin with Daily Face Wash
Apply Cell Soother followed by Rejuvenating Gel over face including around eyes for the anti-ageing benefits
If lumps and pimples present, apply Blemish Gel to those areas
Apply New Age Moisturiser (younger or oily skin) or Nourishing Cream (dry or mature skin)
Apply MiSMo Mineral make-up (females) or sunscreen, everyone
Evening:

Cleanse skin with Natural Face Cleanser
Use Cell Soother
If lumps and pimples are present...

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What Acne Sufferers Should Avoid

​Although it can be hard, there are certain things you will need to avoid to give you the best chance of healing your acne. So please don't squeeze a pimple that is not ready to erupt. You will rupture delicate cells around the blemish and end up with extra blemishes as inflammation and/or bacteria spreads. Leave it alone, apply a Blemish Gel and wait.

Spots will heal much faster, reducing the risk of scars. You can guarantee..

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What are MiSMo's key ingredients?

MSM

MSM or Methyl Sulfonyl Methane is a source of bio-available organic Sulphur, which is present in every cell of the body. MSM has proved to be a great skin softener which helps prevent cross linking of skin, a cause of wrinkles and lines. Studies have shown it...

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What are Muscle Cramps and What You can Do

​What Are Muscle Cramps?
By definition muscle cramps are sudden, involuntary contractions that occur in various muscles. These contractions are often painful and can affect different muscle groups. Commonly affected muscles include those in the back of your lower leg, the back and front of your thighs.

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What Causes Acne?

​HORMONES:
Hormones can play a big part in excessive oil production. Pimples around the chin area indicate hormones are responsible. Some medication can also cause acne. The medical condition polycystic ovaries also causes acne in women.

STRESS:

Studies have proven stress is a huge factor on...

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What Causes Rosacea?

No one knows the exact cause of rosacea. Genetics play a big role. Fair skinned people with Celtic ancestry are prime candidates. Bill Clinton and Prince Harry are good examples.

We do know the outer layer or skin barrier is compromised and super sensitive.A demodex mite has been discussed for some years. Higher numbers of these mites are found on Rosacea skins but whether they are...

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What Hyaluronic Acid can do for you

Aging is difficult to accept, but the good news is that science is always trying to stay one step ahead, constantly testing and trying new ingredients to help slow down the ageing process. A tried and tested ingredient that continues to prove itself as a superior ingredient when it comes to anti-aging is naturally occurring Hyaluronic Acid.

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What is acne?

​In broad terms Acne and pimples occur when a pore is blocked and bacteria invades the area. Sebaceous glands excrete excessive sebum (oil) which then mixes with dead skin cells. This mix blocks pores and a pimple or blind pimple develops. When bacteria enters the scene, maybe from a finger, pus forms.

The teens and young 20’s are the most common ages for acne to occur. At that stage testosterone levels are very high and this contributes to...

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