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If you’ve been craving a little vitamin D over the last few months (or years?!) in lockdown, you’re certainly not the only one. As the world is opening up again and summer holidays are back on the cards for some, you might be heading to the beach, a pool, or just a walk in the park to lap up those beautiful rays of sunshine. Even if you’ve been extra careful applying and topping up your sunscreen, seeking shade, and all those well intentioned things, it’s likely you still caused some visible damage on the surface, or hidden dangers lurking deeper down.
As you may know, coffee has always been at the heart of gabi+skin. So much so that even our name ‘gabi’ means coffee in Taiwanese! We’ve updated our brand to ensure that all of our products are coffee-infused. Each product targets a different problemed area, and together, they make a perfect daily facial routine. Here’s an easy 4 step skincare routine for you to try, and a few reasons why adding coffee extract will work wonders for your skin!

While the perfect morning routine will vary between individuals, we've sought out some of the best tips that you can use to improve your morning and kickstart your day! With these five easy steps, you can rest assured that you are taking the right steps to maintain a healthy daily skin routine.

Our skin's natural protective barrier is continuously damaged by wind, cold, heat and daily life. It dries out, becomes cracked and raw. This is why it is so important to use moisturizers for dry skin, to nourish and moisturize the skin to build up the protective lipid layer and prevent dehydration. This is how your skin maintains its fresh and healthy appearance.
Achieving that gorgeous dewy glow might be all the rage right now, but there’s a fine line between a controlled shine highlighting your cheekbones, and an all over greasy mess! So how do we tame oily skin without angering it, or eliminating it completely?
There are two sides to your skin. Working outside-in will only take us so far, so we need to focus on taking care of ourselves (including our skin) from the inside-out. This is where oral supplements can come in and change the game, or so celebrities say. But do they actually work? Which ones can we put our trust, bodies and money into? We did a little research into what the professionals say.