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  • What To Eat for Younger Looking Skin

    We've all heard the saying "you are what you eat." It's true, consistently eating healthy can really help you get and keep the radiant look you're seeking. Antioxidants, like beta carotene, vitamin C, vitamin E, selenium, and B vitamins, function as bodyguards to your skin cells, helping protect them from damage.  View Post
  • Mist-ify Your Regimen

    Mist, whether its water or another refreshing ingredient, adding mist into your daily regimen can literally give your skin that perk up, all day glow. Mist can come in the form of  toners, setting spray, and/or primer.  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
  • Sugar is Your Skin’s Best Friend

    When you hear the word sugar, you may often think weight gain, unhealthy diet, run run run.  But as for your skin, there are many benefits of sugar. Sugar is known for its startling effects on ageing skin. Sugar scrubs are one of the most natural products to exfoliate the skin.  View Post
  • Moisture vs. Hydration

    Hydrating and moisturizing for your skin are different, and here’s why. Scientifically, moisturizer is an umbrella term for moisturizer types. While there’s no gold standard for what defines a hydrator and a moisturizer, for the most part, brands use these terms to differentiate how your skin gets the moisture it needs. View Post
  • The Best Diet for Oily Skin

    You are what you eat! What does that mean to you? Is it pertaining to your digestion, your weight, your skin…really it’s all of the above. Especially your skin. What you eat can be directly linked to issues you experience with your skin.  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
  • Submit to Sebum

    Sebum is oil made by sebaceous glands. It collects around hair follicles and spreads to the surrounding skin. Sebum works together with skin lipids and sweat to create what is referred to as an acid mantle. An insufficient amount of sebum makes skin susceptible to bacterial and fungal infections; while too much of it can result in acne.  View Post