The Irish Skin Care Association has published a new guide to skin care for women, highlighting the benefits of curling up in the sun.
It includes recipes for face masks, hair care, moisturising facial oils and other skin care products.
It’s a new step towards a healthier future for the women of Ireland.
The Irish Skin Cosmetics Association has launched the new guide on Monday, highlighting a range of skin care recipes that are affordable, easy and safe to make at home.
The guide has been designed by The Irish Women’s Skin Cosplay Association.
The group says it aims to promote the beauty and health of skin, and to support the local communities in their efforts to reduce skin cancer and other serious skin conditions.
“It is important to take care of your skin with a daily dose of vitamin C, zinc, antioxidants, essential fatty acids and essential amino acids, which are vital for skin health,” said Heather McBride, the group’s executive director.
“We also recommend a good moisturiser and sunscreen.”
Our members are also committed to the care of our communities, and in the future will be working with the community on the creation of an awareness campaign about skin care.
“The guide includes recipes, step-by-step instructions, and links to online shopping and other online resources.
In the past, members of the group have launched a “beauty fair” to sell products at events around the country, which included a hair-care line and an oil and cream collection.
The new guide was launched by The Skin Cosplays Association to highlight skin care in a more inclusive way.”
We know that skin is one of the most vulnerable parts of the body and the skin is the foundation of your entire body,” Ms McBride said.”
The beauty fairs are meant to be a place to show that our members have made a difference and that they can make a difference for their communities.
“If you would like to make a donation to help us with the cost of this initiative, you can contact us via the contact form below.”
The new skin care guide is the result of a collaboration between The Irish Beauty Association, The SkinCosplays.ie and SkinCosplay.ie. It was created by the group and is an official partnership of the Irish Beauty and Skin Cosplayers.
It is the first time the group has published an official guide to its members.
“There is so much beauty and so much to choose from and it is really important to have all of these resources to support and inspire our members, and the wider community,” Ms McIntyre said.
“I hope we can get the whole community on board with this initiative and encourage more people to try the new products.”
Hopefully it will be something that helps them to make their own decisions and start taking care of themselves in a healthier way.
“For more information on the guide, visit The Irish Beauties Association website, www.theiris.ie, and The Skin Beauty and Health Cosplay website.