Skincare

oilyskin

  • Yes! Melanin Is IN!

    Melanin is a natural pigment which partially protects skin from harmful effects caused by ultraviolet radiations of sunlight. Skin is your body’s most visible organ. Its color, tone and texture define beauty. Nothing appeals more to the eyes than the radiance of a spotless and evenly toned skin with easily recognizable velvety texture. Achieving and maintaining flawless and radiant complexion in cooler seasons is no small accomplishment, but doing so in harsh sunshine and heat of hot seasons is a huge feat. Your struggle to maintain quality skin health all year round and worries of seasonal skin problems are addressed by custom-made, natural products presented here for your delightful use. View Post
  • Best Moisturizers for Oily Skin

    Many of us think moisturizers make our oily skin worse or increases acne, which is  a typical a side effect of oily skin, however, even oily and acne-prone skin needs moisturization. Before you think no way, here’s what you need to know, moisturization helps to keep the skin barrier intact.  View Post
  • Oily Skin: Do’s and Don’ts

    Knowing how to care for oily skin is important. For healthy, happy skin it's important to have a well-researched skin care routine that you follow regularly. But it's also important to follow a few suggestions that cater to your skin type. View Post
  • Tricks for Oily Skin

    Before even going near your makeup bag, you’ll want to focus on your skin care first. Taking care of oily skin calls for products that can give your skin a thorough cleanse and, of course, not add to the greasy, shiny factor. View Post
  • 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
  • How to Avoid Oily Skin

    There’s a huge difference between oily skin and glowing skin. Oily skin is a big problem for many people. Not only do some consider it unsightly, but it can also increase your risk of getting pimples. 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
  • 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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