If you ask 100 people to give you their perfect skincare routine, you’ll get 100 different answers. The perfect skincare routine doesn’t have to be that complicated though. Combining knowledge about your skin type with common sense and the answers start to become clearer.
So, we put together a practical, start-to-finish guide on how to create the perfect skincare routine for yourself no matter what type of skin you have.
If you’ve ever used an over the counter skin care product, you’ve probably taken notice of those tiny little microbeads without even knowing it.
The grim truth, however, is that products with microbeads present a threat to the environment and public health that many people are unaware of, far outweighing any personal skincare benefit you might be receiving.
Advertising has conditioned us to believe that the best solution to any problem or need is the most expensive one. The more money it costs, the better it must be, right?
You may be surprised to learn that there are a number of inexpensive and natural acne treatment options you can use effectively to get rid of pimples naturally, many of which are probably already in your kitchen cupboards or medicine cabinets.
Eastern philosophies (such as yoga) teach the mind-body connection and how the two are intertwined. If you’ve ever suffered from acne, you know that it affects you emotionally as well as physically that can leave scars on your complexion as well as your spirit.
Don’t let acne bury your true self and keep you from real happiness. Follow these steps to restore your spirit and recover from any negative emotions and feelings that can sometimes plague acne sufferers.
If you are one of the millions who suffer from acne and are interested in alternative ways to reduce or eliminate additional breakouts, cutting dairy products from your diet may be well worth a try.
While the scientific community still considers the link between acne and dairy products to be weak, the link has nevertheless been acknowledged.
You’ve no doubt seen the numerous commercials over the last few years touting the benefits of probiotics for a healthy digestive system. It may have never occurred to you that there might also be a connection to skin care.
As unlikely as it may sound, research has shown that use of probiotics can have a positive effect in treating acne as well.
The saying, “Beauty is only skin deep” may be true in a figurative sense, but not in a literal one.
Skin care products that you put ON your skin like lotions, cleansers and creams can make a difference in helping to improve firmness and texture, but the true foundation for skin health comes from what you put IN your body on a regular basis.
Movie stars and celebrities are blessed with charmed lives, right? Many people are inclined to believe that celebrities go through life untouched by common everyday problems (like acne) that affect “regular” people.
The truth is that celebrities are still regular people who are just as vulnerable to acne and other troubling issues that affect all of us.