Peptides are naturally occurring molecules that are made up of amino acids. They are found in every cell and tissue of all living organisms, including humans. They have a wide range of essential functions of the body.
Exfoliation brings vibrancy and smoothness to the skin. Regular exfoliation removes the buildup of the hard keratin layer (or dead skin cells) and makes skin clear and more even. However, maybe the most important purpose of it is to allow absorption of your skin treatment products. In mature skin, exfoliation helps remove dry flakes, revive fatigued skin and reduce fine lines.
How to survive shaving and waxing without any irritation, naturally. With a few expert-approved tips, you can avoid common hair removal pitfalls such as irritation, ingrown hairs, inflammation, razor burn, etc.
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Winter weather can be very damaging for our skin. Cold and low humidity levels result in dry air that steals moisture away from the skin.
Have you noticed dark spots on your face, hands or décolleté? Hyperpigmentation is a top concern on par with aging and wrinkles and affects clients from every ethnic group. While you may feel that these spots appeared out of nowhere, the truth is that they have probably been brewing for decades.
With daily exposure to environmental stresses, such as pollution and light, particularly to UV, all skin types could benefit from extra protection.
Most importantly, even while on vacation, don’t forget to keep your basic skin care routine in order to protect your skin and slow the aging process! Read our article to learn more.
As most of us are not educated skin care professionals sometimes identifying our skin types and skin conditions does not come easy. Let’s just stop here for a minute… I just wrote “skin type” and “skin condition”. Yes, these describe completely different things about our skin. Continue reading How To Identify Your Skin Type
Most part of our world experiences changing seasons, which means cooler temperatures on the Northern Hemisphere. While there are many enchanting experiences of winter, it can also bring dry air, and that ultimately lead to dehydrated or dry skin.