When the weather changes so should your skin care routine. Your skin is extremely delicate and susceptible to sun damage, redness, uneven pigmentation, breakouts, and more.
Summer is officially here and that means showing off more skin. Your new summer wardrobe also comes the dreadful task of shaving. Unfortunately, shaving comes with unsightly side effects like razor burn, cuts, ingrown hairs, and red bumps.
We all pay attention to the expiration dates on the foods we eat, but many of us don’t pay attention to the expiration dates of the skin care and beauty products we put on our skin every day.
Regularly checking moles, birthmarks and skin changes may prevent skin cancer. According to The Skin Cancer Foundation, it’s recommended that everyone practice’s a monthly head to toe self-examinations..
The skin surrounding the eye area is the thinnest skin of the entire body, which means it has less oil and water glands resulting in it being less hydrated.
Skin discoloration—also known as hyperpigmentation—is the darkening of the skin caused by overproduction of pigment (melanin). It is a common skin condition and can affect anyone regardless of race, ethnicity or age.
It is a fact that the intensity of the sun’s rays can be magnified by as much as 80% when reflecting off water, snow, sand and ice. So this summer, be sure you’re protected by wearing a sunscreen.
Rosacea affects more than 16 million Americans and most of them don’t realize they have it.
If your face feels dry after washing it, your cleanser may be to blame. Many cleansers work to deep clean the skin. However, certain ingredients they use may leave you with skin that feels dry or tight. A hydrating cleanser can help keep your skin feeling moisturized.
We all know incorporating a healthy diet is essential for our physical health, but did you know it also plays an important role in our brain health?