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The golden rule of shaving is to always use a clean, sharp razor. Unfortunately, many people continue to use the same razor day after day, paying little-to-no attention to its sharpness. Over time, the blade will gradually wear down to the point where it no longer creates a smooth cut. To learn more about the

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How To Improve Your Skin Tone

Thursday, 29 January 2015 by

Do you suffer from an uneven skin complexion and/or blotchy marks? It’s disheartening when you spend hundreds of dollars on overpriced skincare products only for them to have to little-to-no actual impact. In fact, some creams and lotions may actually contain harsh chemicals that further irritate your skin. The good news is that you can

Oily skin isn’t a problem faced strictly by teenagers and adolescents; adults can suffer from it as well. Our skin produces natural oils (sebum) that prevents it from drying out. However, some people develop an excessive amount of sebum, resulting in oil skin that promotes the formation of acne and clogged pores. The good news

According to the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention, insufficient sleep is a “public epidemic” that affects 50-70 million adults in the U.S. (source). It’s no secret that lack of sleep makes you feel groggy and tired the following morning, but did you know that it can also impact your skin health? Sleep is a

Coconut oil — the milky white substance harvested from the meat of matured coconuts (Cocos nucifera) — is often used as a cooking oil. With a high nutritional content and low smoking point, it’s a healthier alternative to traditional vegetable oil. However, coconut oil can also be used to promote healthier skin and hair. To

If you shave on a regular basis, chances are you’ve experienced razor bumps before. Medically referred to as Pseudofolliculitis barbae, this condition is characterized by the formation of patches of small, red-colored bumps resembling acne after shaving. It’s a common assumption that razor bumps are caused by an allergic reaction to metallic compounds in the

Skincare products containing alpha hydroxy acids (AHA) have become increasingly popular over the past few years, and for good reason: these natural compounds benefit the skin in numerous ways, from reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles to protecting against early aging. What Is Alpha Hydroxy Acid? AHA is essentially a group of naturally

Nearly everyone will develop acne at some point in their life. Skin blemishes are often viewed as a rite of passage for adolescents entering their teenage years, with both boys and girls developing whiteheads, blackheads, and other forms of acne. Even when it clears up, though, acne can leave behind a visual reminder in the

Do you experience chronic oily skin on a day-to-day basis? Million of people suffer from excess sebum production, resulting in increased acne, irritation and other problems. If you fall under this category, keep reading to learn 5 essential tips for managing oil skin. #1) Gentle Exfoliating Scrub Arguably, one of the most important tips for

Do You Suffer From Sensitive Skin?

Wednesday, 31 December 2014 by

If you answered “yes” to this question, you aren’t alone. Millions of people suffer from sensitive skin. Some people develop acne or skin bumps after applying cosmetic products, wheres others experience rashes and redness for no apparent reason at all. Regardless of the severity of your sensitive skin, however, there are some simple steps you

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