One of my favorite ways to pamper my skin is by applying weekly face masks. I try to use a face mask 3 to 4 times a week depending on my skins current condition. Face masks are the part of your skincare routine that can work as treatment and prevention by targeting specific skin issues.… Read More 4 Face Masks You Can Make At Home
Antioxidants are defined as substances that inhibit damage caused oxidation. They occur naturally in foods such as fruits, vegetables, coffee, tea, wine, and chocolate as well as in the body. The main goal of antioxidants is to fight oxidants (get it, ANTI- oxidants). Oxidants are free radicals that tend to attack and break down healthy… Read More What Are Antioxidants?
Let’s face it, no one is excited about the idea of one-day forming wrinkles. While wrinkles tell a story of the life one has lived they are more often viewed as unappealing or unattractive. Unfortunately, there is no way to prevent the formation of wrinkles, they are just a part of life and that is… Read More The Reason Different Types of Wrinkles Form
There are so many different skincare ingredients on the market today that it can get overwhelming at times. Brands make everything sound good, and while one ingredient may be beneficial to one person, it could be less beneficial to another. It will save you a lot of money and time to know what ingredients work… Read More What Topical Vitamins You Should Use Based On Your Skin Concern
pH has a lot of impact on the body, as a healthy internal pH allows the body to function properly the same way a healthy external pH also allows the skin to function properly. What is pH? pH stands for potential hydrogen and is a measurement of how acidic or alkaline a substance is. The… Read More Is pH The Cause of Your Skin Issues?
It’s no secret, breakouts are terrible. When you have a red bump on your forehead it can feel like everyone is staring at you. But how great would it be if you knew exactly where your breakouts were coming from. The body is an amazing thing and I firmly believe that it has the… Read More Face Mapping: What Is Your Acne Trying To Tell You?
A complexion that can’t be fixed with loads of dewy foundation and a bright highlighter is likely suffering from dry and dehydrated skin. Dry and dehydrated skin can be the result of many internal and external factors. To fully understand what your skin needs you’ll need to understand the difference between dry skin and dehydrated… Read More Hydration VS. Moisture: What Does Your Skin Need?
When it comes to trying new skincare products us skin enthusiast can get overly excited. This cream exfoliates my skin while hydrating? Add to cart. This cleanser reduces wrinkles and fine lines? Add to cart. This serum prevents aging and will make my skin look like I’m not a day over 2? ADD TO CART.… Read More Skin Care Ingredients To Avoid Using Together
What are AHAs and BHAs? AHAs (alpha hydroxy acids) and BHAs (beta hydroxy acid) are both powerful exfoliants that can accelerate cellular turnover by breaking apart the uppermost layers of skin. They are often in products label as “peels” and are used to reduce fine line, wrinkles, and pigmentation. They also work to treat acne;… Read More The Difference Between AHAs and BHAs
We’ve all heard it before, but I’m here to say it again. Sunscreen is your skin’s BFF. Wearing sunscreen daily (even if you’re just sitting inside near a window or stepping outside for a few minutes) is close to the number one thing you can do to maintain and protect the health and appearance of… Read More What You Really Need To Know About Wearing Sunscreen