We each have unique lifestyles that contribute to our skin experiences. So, how do we develop a skin care regimen that satisfies the multifaceted, universal characteristics of the skin but is still specific to our individual skin needs?
It’s obvious to us that our facial skin is different than the skin on our arms and legs which is different than the glabrous, or hairless, skin on our hands and feet but you may not know what biological phenomena are responsible for these differences.
Skin redness is extremely common and is often your body’s attempt at trying to heal whatever may have caused irritation. Read more about potential causes of skin redness as well as some tips on how to soothe irritated skin.
The use of oils in skin care is widely misunderstood. However, oils are a vast category of substances with an array of properties – many of which can benefit the skin care routines of individuals of all skin types.
Most of us already know that sunscreen is likely the most important step in our daily skincare routine to protect us from harmful UVA and UVB radiation that damages the deep layers of our skin cells. However, what kind of sunscreen is best to use.
Many times we think that glowing skin comes solely from the products we use. The reality is that our skin responds to what’s going on inside our bodies. The more we eat healthy foods, the better our skin will look and feel.
There’s a lot of talk about vitamin C being the ingredient above all ingredients when it comes to skincare. So, is it really that good? What is it, what are the benefits, and how should you be using it?
One thing that’s true about beauty is that self-care is important. There’s no denying that when we prioritize our health, our bodies, and our skin we fuel the mental and physical energy that sets the other aspects of our life up for success.