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Serums give your skin a much needed boost

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By Jill O'Donoghue from Killarney Toning and Beauty Studio

Serums are much loved for their great results and concentration of active ingredients. Moisturisers tend to have five to 10% of active ingredients, while serums can contain anything up to 70%.

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They have more targeted results such as firmness, reduced wrinkles and hydration, helping acne, oily skin etc. Serums are easily integrated into your skincare routine. They absorb in to the skin quickly allowing immediate application of day or night cream, so no excuses. It won't add any extra time to your skin care routine. It is very important to apply day or night cream to lock in the active ingredients and protect your skin. Serum will give your skin a much needed boost depending or your requirements and skin concerns.

There are so many Sothys serums available, but the newest one is truly amazing. Sothys LC Lactic dermobooster serum with 10% lactic acid, is the safest and most effective amount of lactic acid to use on your skin. It's essential to wear SPF when using lactic acid products.

It helps to brighten the complexion, diminish the appearance of dark spots and preserves the youthful radiance of the skin. This serum defends, uses peptides to detox, and provides antioxidants to neutralise free radicals that can otherwise damage skin. The serum brightens and rejuvenates by 10% glycolic acid to stimulate the natural renewal process.

Glycolic acid is an Alpha-Hydroxy acid that exfoliates dead skin cells and eliminates acne causing bacteria, detoxes the skin with peptides, encourages brighter, renewed skin with glycolic acid. Neutralizes free radicals with antioxidants.

For more information or to book a skin consultation call Jill on 064 6632966.

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No spare change – no problem, as charity embraces new technology

By Sean Moriarty With less and less people carrying lose change around, one local group have now embraced a new technology to make donating much easier. For their annual Christmas fundraiser, the Killarney Conference of the St Vincent De Paul Society will have a special collection bucket that will allow supporters to use their bank […]

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By Sean Moriarty

With less and less people carrying lose change around, one local group have now embraced a new technology to make donating much easier.

For their annual Christmas fundraiser, the Killarney Conference of the St Vincent De Paul Society will have a special collection bucket that will allow supporters to use their bank card to make a donation.

The Society’s annual churchgate collection will be held on the weekend of December 11/12 at places of worship in the town and surrounding areas. This year’s collection has be renamed as ‘Giving Sunday’ and makes a return after the pandemic forced the cancellation of last year’s fundraiser.

“We are moving towards a cashless society,” explained Killarney Conference President Breda O’Dwyer. “You can tap and swipe your card to make a donation.”

Breda added that they are hoping to have the buckets ready by next week in time for the collection.

She said the local conference of the St Vincent De Paul Society has seen a marked increase in the number of families it is helping mainly caused by the increase in the cost of fuel and home heating products.

The annual St Vincent De Paul Society’s Christmas Jumper Day, in association with Radio Kerry is scheduled for December 10.

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SURVEY: Locals are reducing their social contacts

It is just over a week since new restrictions were announced by the Government in an another effort to curb the spread of COVID-19. In our latest online poll we asked our readers if they had reduced their social contacts over the course of the last week. An overwhelming 62.90% said they had reduced their […]

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It is just over a week since new restrictions were announced by the Government in an another effort to curb the spread of COVID-19.

In our latest online poll we asked our readers if they had reduced their social contacts over the course of the last week.

An overwhelming 62.90% said they had reduced their level of contacts with people.

Interestingly, 37.10% of people had made no change to their lifestyle, but they could have been extra cautious already.

A tiny minority – just 1.61% – said they increased their social contacts over the last week.

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