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Skincare Brand Extends Support to Kiwis with Arthritis

Tuesday, 17 September 2013, 10:51 am | Skin Technology

Christchurch based skincare company, Skin Technology is lending support to Kiwis with arthritis by providing its award-winning hand and toe warmers at a subsidised price. Five cents from each warmer sold will also go to Arthritis New Zealand to ... More >>

New Zealand’s First Pregnancy Specific Insect Repellent

Friday, 9 August 2013, 2:43 pm | Skin Technology

Scientists have long known that some people are more prone to bug bites than others. Pregnant women are particularly susceptible to mosquito bites as they have higher body heat and exhale 21% more carbon dioxide. More >>

Painfully Cold Hands And Toes Find Relief

Thursday, 20 June 2013, 11:43 am | Skin Technology

Cold, throbbing hands and toes are a common complaint during New Zealand winters. The freezing blast of weather that has hit the country this week means Kiwis up and down the country will be feeling the chill. However, according to James Fraher, owner ... More >>

Insect Bites Are Biggest Summer Bugbear for Kiwis

Thursday, 17 January 2013, 3:52 pm | Skin Technology

According to a recent national survey, mosquito and sandfly bites are the biggest annoyance for Kiwis over the summer months. Results revealed that 65 percent of New Zealanders regard biting insects as the most irritating thing about summer. The survey ... More >>

Beer Increases Human Attractiveness to Malaria Mosquitoes

Monday, 12 November 2012, 10:36 am | Skin Technology

According to international research, New Zealanders indulging in a couple of cold beers or wines this festive season should consider carrying an extra bottle of insect repellent with them. Multiple studies overseas over the past decade have shown that ... More >>




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