How to Introduce New Products into Your Skin Care Routine
People are creatures of habit and routine. They can be become upset or resistant when change in their lives occur. In the skin care world, many of us find a product or skin care line we love, and use it forever and expect for that same product to work for us forever.
This, unfortunately, is not the case for most. Over time, our skin changes for many different reasons, like age and weather. It’s important to know how to introduce a new skin care line or product into your routine when the time is right.
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.
Vanilla is the New Pumpkin
Pumpkin is so last year. And the year before and the year before. Time for a change. Vanilla is back and making itself fresh and new by pairing with lemongrass and mint and diving into your favorite Amber face cleanser.
Vanilla is rich in antioxidants which have shown to prevent and reverse skin damage caused by free radicals. It helps slow down the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and age spots. Added bonus? It smells delicious and makes your skin smooth and soft.
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?
Transition Your Skin Into Fall
With every season change, it’s good to take a look at your skin care routine and make adjustments based on weather, environment and in some cases, even hormonal changes. The cooler weather is fast approaching which means it may be time to switch out a few of your summer beauty products for ones that fit the Fall season.