The Benefits of Aloe for Your Skin
The Aloe Vera, or the Aloe Barbadensis, plant has been used in a wide variety of ways for many centuries. It has made a name for itself particularly in the beauty industry for its ability to heal and soothe the skin.
The Benefits of Rosemary in Your Skin Care Routine
Rosemary has been used by humans for centuries for a variety of different things. Most
commonly, it is used for cooking, however people have used it for other things as well. Like
many herbs, Rosemary can be used as alternative to medicine for things like mental clarity,
aches and pains or congestion relief.
Why You Should Have Vitamin C in Your Skin Care Products
Citrus fruits get all the credit for many reasons. While you instantly think about orange juice when you feel a cold coming on or when you’re preparing for weekend mimosas, you should think about incorporating citrus into your skincare routine too. Citrus fruits are not only delicious but they’re jam-packed with Vitamin C. What does that mean for your skin?
Why Oily Skin Needs Moisture
People with oily or breakout prone skin are often under the assumption they got the short end of the stick. They feel that to keep the breakouts away, they need to constantly use products that dry out their skin and leave it feeling “tight”. They often are so scared of anything that says “moisturizing” or “hydrating” because they believe that is what is causing or contributing to their oiliness and breakouts. I have oily skin too and that is exactly what I thought… until I learned the truth.
Oily, Combo, Normal or Dry? How to Identify and Treat Your Skin Type
Knowing the type of skin you have is a crucial part of finding products that will work and give you the results you want. Keep in mind your skin type is different than a skin condition. We will fill you in on what to do with those later. But first, let's follow these steps to find out your skin type.
5 Mistakes Women With Oily Skin are Probably Making
Women with oily skin struggle day in and day out with a variety of things, large pores, a shiny appearance shortly after washing or applying makeup, being some of the the most common annoyances. Oily skin is hereditary (thanks mom and dad) and is easiest described as an overproduction of sebum (the natural oils your skin produces to keep your skin hydrated and moisturized) and can lead to other issues like breakouts and acne.