• Healing Chapped Lips

    Dry and chapped lips are an extremely common problem that cannot only make your lips look unattractive but may also cause a lot of pain and discomfort. The soft and delicate skin over your lips needs special care and protection. Lips are the most sensitive skin on our face. Therefore, they immediately lose moisture especially during the winter.

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  • Dry Foot Remedies

    During the winter, dry and cracked feet are a concern for many. How to treat dry feet is always a question that many people are interested in, especially women. This problem is caused by many factors such as habits of living, eating habits, or may be the manifestation of dermatitis or psoriasis. People of age and those with inadequate skin care regimes are more likely to have dry feet. View Post
  • Keratosis Pilaris

    Keratosis Pilaris. With a name like that you’re probably wondering, “what in the world is that?”  However, Keratosis pilaris is a common, harmless skin condition. It causes small, hard bumps that may make your skin feel like sandpaper.

    The bumps are often light-colored. Some people say these bumps look like goosebumps or the skin of a plucked chicken. Others mistake the bumps for small pimples. They usually appear on your upper arms, thighs (front), and buttocks, sometimes with redness or swelling. They can also show up on your face, but that's less common. Children may have these bumps on their cheeks.

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  • Skin Care Resolutions for 2019!

    You often here “out with the old, and in with the new”, especially as we approach the new year. So many new year resolutions will be made. But how will you fit that into your skincare regimen for 2019?

    As you continue to practice a healthy routine to maintain that perfect glow for your skin, let’s see what ways to accomplish even healthier better-looking skin.

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  • A Flaky T-Zone: What it Means and How to Fix It

    When you think of the T-zone, oil (and most likely acne) immediately come to mind. For many of us, that’s the location on our face where we use blotting sheets to get rid of excess oil, and where we break out the most. But during the winter, it also happens to be a place prone to dryness and visible flakes -  not even foundation can cover up. View Post
  • Skin Type? – Find Yours!

    What is your skin type? More importantly,  how do you figure that out if you don't know?

    You’ve heard about dry, normal, oily and even combination skin. But which one is yours? Your skin can also change over time, due to age, environment, genetics, and even simple life changes. 

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    Dry brushing. What is it and are there benefits from doing it? Dry brushing is exactly what it sounds like, brushing the skin in a particular pattern with a dry brush, usually before showering. And yes, there are several benefits by incorporating dry brushing in your skin care regimen.

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  • Hydrating Face Masks for Winter Skin

    During the winter months you may suffer from dry skin even more than you would during any other season. Rubbing yourself down with moisturizer can work magic, but sometimes, it still isn’t enough to smooth out dry patches and return your complexion to that beautiful and healthy glow. View Post