Easy Winter Skincare Tips

The winter season is arguably the worst time of the year for skin health. It’s characteristic cold temperatures and dry air sap the skin’s natural moisture, which causes a wide range of problems. You may notice your skin  peeling, flaking and/or feeling rough. This is why it’s important to follow some basic steps to ensure
Don’t forget to exfoliate your skin regularly this winter season. Many people overlook this critical step in maintaining healthy skin, resulting in a wide range of related problems. As the temperatures drop, there’s less need to wash away the skin’s natural oils. And when you don’t wash your face/skin, the pores become clogged and irritated.
Do you suffer from dry skin during the winter months? Whether it’s minor or severe, dry skin can produce some discomforting side effects. You may notice your skin feeling hard and rough, at which point the outer layer begins to peel away. Thankfully, you can prevent your skin from drying out this winter (and future

Top 5 Foods For Healthier Skin

As the saying goes, you are what you eat. Picking up “empty-calorie” fast food everyday will send your health spiraling downwards. On the other hand, preparing your own meals using fresh ingredients can improve your body, mind, and even your skin. In this post, we’re going to reveal 5 of the best foods for skin
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Chocolate Causes Acne Breakouts Many people limit their consumption of chocolate, or avoid it altogether, fearing it will lead to an acne breakout. While certain studies have linked high-sugar, high-fat diets to an increase in skin oil production (sebum), there’s no direct evidence suggesting that chocolate causes acne. “There is little evidence that chocolate or