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  • Tips for Restoring Dry Mature Skin

    Aging is a constant change in life, and aging gracefully is the heart desire of mature-age persons. As people come of age, internal and external changes happen. Externally, the skin undergoes many changes of which dryness is a noticeable and worrisome problem. As you cannot stop mature skin changes, you can at least delay or reduce these changes by applying conventional wisdom and our mature skincare products. Click and learn about mature skin, benefits of DIY routine and richness of our 100% natural Green Caviar & Champagne Essence (Skin Smoothing and Brightening with Vitamin C & AHA) specially formulated for dry mature skin types.     

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  • Why You Should Always Remove Your Makeup

    While it may become a habit to fall off to sleep with a face full of foundation, blush, and mascara, completely removing your makeup before going to bed is essential to your skin’s appearance and health. It is very important to remove makeup before going to bed, because it can cause extensive damage to your skin during the night. So that’s a habit you want to change immediately.  View Post
  • Oleic Acid

    There is never a dull moment in the skin care industry (pun intended). We find that there are tons of properties that keep our skin healthy and glowing. Oleic acid is a godsend for dry, aging skin since it penetrates easily and deeply into the skin’s surface. Oils high in oleic acid are richer and heavier in consistency. View Post
  • Non-Comedogenic Oils to Slather On in the Summer

    Noncomedogenic oils help keep dry skin supple and oily skin, acne-free. That’s because noncomedogenic oils don’t clog pores. This allows skin to breathe, remain hydrated, and keeps it free from breakout. View Post
  • Dull Skin vs. Dry Skin

    Dull skin is basically just that; skin that has lost its luminosity and brightness over a period of time. In some individuals however, dull skin exists from the moment of birth. Dull skin has an unhealthy look that can be attributed to a few factors. Lifestyle habits and your environment also have considerable effects on the health and state of your skin. View Post
  • 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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  • 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