Is the 5:2 SKIN diet the future of beauty?


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The 5:2 diet, which involves limiting yourself to 500 calories a day for two non-consecutive days per week and eating whatever you like for the rest, was 2014’s most popular way of slimming down fast.

And now, leading dermatologists are suggesting that the 5:2 approach can also be applied to our beauty regime.

According to skincare experts, going completely make-up free for two (consecutive or non-consecutive) days a week can result in younger, healthier looking skin in under a month.

Dr Noor Almaani, Dermatologist at The Private Clinic of Harley Street, added that make-up usually contains fragrances, preservatives and chemical ingredients, which can cause allergic reactions and skin irritation.

‘Make-up can often clog the oil glands and can impact your pores, making them appear larger,’ she explains. ‘Taking regular breaks from wearing make-up could be a wise decision, as it will enable your skin to recover and it could reduce the level of irritation caused by wearing make-up over long periods of time.

‘I think it’s best to give the skin regular breaks – with the accumulation of all the make-up in our pores, no matter how rigorously we clean the skin, there will always be some make-up left behind.’

*All images, videos and testimonials are based on the personal experiences of our patients and represent individual body shapes and results. Results may vary from person to person. All testimonials are provided voluntarily by our patients and clients and all photos and videos have been consented to and have not been altered in any way.

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