This year, we really need to show our appreciation to the loved ones in our life, and most especially, our Moms. And, what’s better than to give them than something to help them take good care of themselves for a change?
When it comes to hand-held devices, one of the easiest to use and most effective, are one’s that use LED technology.This technology has been researched and studies for effectiveness for decades, and the newest devices are easy to use both at home and at the spa or skin care salon.
When it comes to treating stubborn acne scars, or rejuvenating photo-aged skin, microneedling can often come up in the conversation with your medical skin care professional. Here we share advice from medical and skincare experts on what to use after microneedling.
Many of us are paying more attention to our skin now that we are home and having to put a best face forward on close-up, face-to-face work calls.In fact, reports show that more women in the US are using facial skin care products today compared to one year ago, and that lifestyle changes including the effects of COVID-19 have in many ways altered skin care routines in a positive way.
Hyaluronic Acid has been trending in skin care over the past few years, and for good reason.This natural moisturizing polysaccharide in prevalently found in the skin, and is known to hold up to 1000X its weight in water, making it the perfect ingredient to help restore moisture to the skin barrier. But while Hyaluronic Acid has been trending, it has actually been formulated into skin care for decades, and is known to be both safe and effective.
Are you ever too young to start using an eye cream?Do collagen creams work?Do you need to use anti-aging products on your body?It’s hard to find the answers to your most pressing questions to know what is best for your skin.
Feeling fatigued, tired of being cooped up, irritable, and anxious? Having one too many “Quarantini’s”? You’re not alone. This prevalent stress is taking its toll on you mentally and physically, and showing up on your skin as well, causing everything from dull, dry skin to breakouts and even contributing to cellulite.
Treating breakouts and problem skin has become a pandemic in itself these days, and with restricted availability to professional skin care services in the beginning of the year, the problem has only gotten worse. Maskne—breakouts and skin irritation from wearing protective face masks—is one way that skin has been affected.