How To Care For Mature Skin

Mature Skin type   Like all the other skin types, this often forgotten category has its own unique set of characteristics, which of course, varies from person to person. As we age (sometime after 25 or so), our skin begins to lose collagen (the protein that’s...

5 Reasons Why Your Face May Be Breaking Out

According to the American Academy of Dermatology, approximately 50 million people are affected by acne each year. Breakouts can occur anywhere from the face to the neck, back or chest. For the most part, people whom I've spoken to have said that facial acne causes...

How To Care For Combination Skin

Combination Skin   Oily and dry, not the perfect combination. Combination skin is characterized by medium pores, smooth and even texture, oily t-zone (forehead, nose, and chin), and dry cheeks. This skin can be difficult and frustrating to treat because oil-reducing...

How To Care For Dry Skin

Dry Skin   Dry skin is sensitive. It produces very little sebum and as a result becomes very dehydrated. It is usually tight after washing, dull and parched, so requires thorough care. Avoid hot water, as it will dry out the skin even further. Instead, try water...

Skin Care Commandments

Aside from good, consistent, wholesome nutrition, the process of cleansing, toning, masking, peeling and moisturizing are also key factors to maintaining beautiful and healthy looking skin. In addition, diligence and consistency, along with the right products for your...

The ABCDE Rules of Skin Cancer

We all have moles, somewhere on our bodies. They can be found anywhere from our scalp to the soles of our feet. Unfortunately, some moles can be the bearer of bad news, like being a sign of melanoma. Every year, more and more people of all races die from melanoma, the...

5 Will Work Tips To Winterize Your Skin

We're in the heart of winter and my skin is begging for mercy. Luckily, my winter skincare preparations began back in September right along with my closet transition. So it makes it easier to deal with these harsh, dry months. Yes, our skin needs a lot of TLC for a...

5 Dangers of Vitamin D Deficiency

Winter is here. The days are short and the nights are long. And for those of us living in the temperate climates, the desire to hibernate can be quite overwhelming. But, beware. Your hibernation habit can cost you some major healthy points. Vitamin D also dubbed the...

Tips For Fab Fall Skin

Fall the fabulous is here, and that means time for a skin care regimen check. The cool, dry air can leave your skin thirsting for tender love and care. So this is the perfect time to transition from your summer skin care routine and incorporate seasonal practices that...

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