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Summertime can be a trying time for my skin. The heat and blazing sun can be difficult, especially for breakouts and oil production.  Pollution and other environmental contaminants take away the skin’s natural radiance, leaving it oily, dull, and blemished. Keep reading to find out how I change my skincare routine for summer to combat summer skin troubles.  How Does Summer Affect My Skin? The increase in temperatures during the summer months, combined with humidity and heat, can increase the activity of the sebaceous glands in the skin. This makes

Eczema is one of the most common skin concerns, and if you don’t struggle with it I am sure you know someone who does. Unfortunately, if you suffer with Eczema, you know how it can pop up unexpectedly, but always has it’s same warning signs. A small itchy patch appears, then an inflamed patch of skin forms, only getting worse by scratching. During the summer, those who suffer with Eczema can see more flare-ups due to multiple factors like humidity, heat, and sweat. Keep reading for some tips on treating

Does your skin protest any time you try new skincare products or switch up your routine? It can seem like no matter what you do to find yourself a good skincare routine, your skin just is working against you. The not so fun truth is, keeping your skin happy and healthy can be a bit harder for some. If you’re thinking this sounds a bit too familiar, keep reading. Learn about the signs of sensitive skin and how to show your skin type some major TLC. Do YOU Have Sensitive

The ultimate skincare goal – keeping your skin looking youthful, radiant, and ageless. Unfortunately, the reality is as time goes by, your skin ages. You might notice wrinkles, age spots, and dryness before you’re ready. Your skin also becomes thinner and loses fat, making it less plump and smooth. It might take longer to heal, too. Youthful, beautiful skin doesn’t happen by chance; it takes some work, and we are here to help! Learn why our MP-7™ is the only anti-aging ingredient you will need. As We Age, Collagen And Elastin

  Most people are lead to believe that once your skin starts to age, you can’t keep visible wrinkles and noticeable dryness at bay—but that simply isn’t the case. The secret to giving your mature skin a younger appearance is to form a specific skincare routine that caters to your aging skin. There are some easy ways to help care for mature skin when you’re in your 40s and 50s—and we’re not just talking about the basics like facial moisturizer and eye cream, which you most likely already know. Make

Dark spots, age spots, sun spots—no matter what name they go by, these marks can make an appearance on your skin. How to prevent summer sunspots that appear during the hottest months of the year is a big concern for many.  Sunspots are flat brown spots that develop on areas of your skin that are exposed to the sun. They’re also known as liver spots, though they have nothing to do with your liver. What happens is, spending time out in the sun (without taking adequate protection measures) can lead

  Dermarolling is a form of microneedling which basically involves using a mini wheel covered with hundreds of tiny needles to gently prick the face. They look like mini torture devices but, trust us, they work miracles for clearing acne scars, fading fine lines, and evening-out skin tone. Dermarolling can actually be a fantastic way to get your skincare products such as oils and serums to better absorb into the skin. The tiny needles create a pathway to allow these products to soak deeper into your skin. dermarollers with a

  You might be asking yourself, “What even IS Jojoba Oil?”, or maybe you have never even heard of it before. But trust us, it is time to add Jojoba Oil into your skincare routine and we are here to tell you our favorite ways to do so. The Jojoba plant is a hardy, perennial plant that grows in North America. It produces a nut with many healing properties. The nut of the Jojoba plant can be made into oil. This specific oil is gentle enough to be used as

  Summer is here! But so is that hot, sticky weather. Heat and humidity, increased sweating, and extended exposure to chlorine and harmful UV rays are all causes of summer skin troubles. Don’t let summer get the best of your skin. Change up your routine to help combat the new challenges facing your skin. Warm weather brings a whole slew of skin-care challenges and questions like, “Do I really have to moisturize even if it’s 100 degrees out and my face feels oily?” (Spoiler alert: Yes.) Now let’s talk about

  Simply put, stressed skin is an outward symptom of internal stress. Right now especially there are a lot of stressful factors going on in the world that are completely out of our control but can lead to STRESSED out, tired skin. One of the worst parts of it, besides feeling scatterbrained going through your to-do list and feeling like you’ll never catch up? Stress shows up on your skin. (Ugh.) Dryness, too much oil, redness, and fine lines – they’re all attributed to stress. According to an article from Women’s Health, studies show

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