Skintributes 101: Oiliness

Skintributes 101: Oiliness

Skintributes 101: Firmness

Skintributes 101: Firmness

Skintributes 101: Firmness Firmness of the skin has a lot to do with collagen and elastin production of your skin. Naturally, when you’re younger your skin produces more collagen making your skin regenerate quicker and look firmer. Elastin is a…

Skintributes 101: Moisture

Skintributes 101: Moisture

Moisture is one of the crucial factors that contribute to your skin’s health and appearance. Levels of moisture in one’s skin can change multiple times a day, since they depend a lot from various factors. Lack of moisture is referred…

GUEST BLOG: Top 5 Most Popular Plastic Surgery Procedures

GUEST BLOG: Top 5 Most Popular Plastic Surgery Procedures

Plastic surgery is becoming more and more commonplace throughout the United States. Though it is true that a lot of people seek these types of procedures for self-esteem and self-image purposes, it is also sought for reasons due to accidents,…

Understanding Your Skin: Determining Your Skin Type

Understanding Your Skin: Determining Your Skin Type

Everyone’s skin is unique like a fingerprint and differes by various factors such as oiliness, sensitivity, elasticity and so on, but generally all varieties can be categorized into four main skin types: normal, oily, dry and combination. Determining your skin…

GUEST BLOG: 10 Superfoods That Are Fantastic For Your Skin

GUEST BLOG: 10 Superfoods That Are Fantastic For Your Skin

Your diet plays an integral role in the quality of your skin. Certain foods can nurture your skin, whilst others will cause havoc. Here are 10 foods that you should be eating more of: Kale Kale is often considered to…

GUEST BLOG: Cultural Significance – Tribal Tattoos

GUEST BLOG: Cultural Significance – Tribal Tattoos

Some people tend to think of tattoos as a fad that’s just recently become popular. Others think back to what they consider the origin of popular tattoos: the wartime sailors, heading off for adventure with freshly-inked anchors and birds in…

GUEST BLOG: Ingredients To Make Your Smile Healthy

GUEST BLOG: Ingredients To Make Your Smile Healthy

A smile that can make people stare is often hard to accomplish. They would take a second look instead because of the bad state of your teeth: yellow and stained. But, there are remedies available to bring back that smile….

Unbiased Skincare: From mySkin.com to OKU

Unbiased Skincare: From mySkin.com to OKU

How mySkin, Inc. has progressed in creating technologies that empower people to make informed skincare decisions!

OKU Availability Update

OKU Availability Update

Where’s my OKU?   Many of you have been asking when OKU will be ready to ship, so we decided to share an update about where we are with OKU right now. Since OKU is a first of its kind…

5 Great Lower Back Exercises

5 Great Lower Back Exercises

Sitting on a chair by your computer 8 hours a day hardly does any good for your back. If your 9-to-5 work and busy schedule afterwards don’t leave you any space for a gym, you can always try some easy…

GUEST BLOG: How To Protect Your Baby From The Sun This Summer

GUEST BLOG: How To Protect Your Baby From The Sun This Summer

Skin care is not something we should start worrying about just as we get older. According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, 23% of our lifetime sun exposure occurs by age 18. The top priority of most parents is to protect…

Should You Go Gluten-Free?

Should You Go Gluten-Free?

Gluten-free diet is great for people suffering from gluten intolerance, coeliac disease and similar conditions. But gluten-free food can be a great choice on days when you simply don’t feel like eating grains such as wheat.

GUEST BLOG: The Best Tips For Naturally Rosy Skin

GUEST BLOG: The Best Tips For Naturally Rosy Skin

A naturally glowing, rosy skin is the epitome of beauty as it makes you look glamorous. However, the skin is a reflection of internal health and being the largest organ of the body requires a lot of pampering and caring…

Chemical Peels 101

Chemical Peels 101

If you’ve been wondering what chemical peels are, how they work and whether you should get one done, we’ve summed up a short guide through this treatment technique to help you stay informed and make up your mind! Chemical peels…

GUEST BLOG: Top Five Memory Boosting Nootropics to Improve Memory

GUEST BLOG: Top Five Memory Boosting Nootropics to Improve Memory

To reach our full potential, we often resort to expensive medication, various training programs related to train your brain, and even those game apps created to make our brain do so called “wonders”. It is time for you to ditch all of the aforementioned tactics and let nootropics enter your system and make your brain work faster.

Aromatherapy Oils & 5 Ways To Use Them

Aromatherapy Oils & 5 Ways To Use Them

If you’re into skincare, wellness or beauty products in general, you’ve probably heard a lot about essential oils, aromatherapy and the benefits it has to our health. If all those stories weren’t clear enough or sounded like bogus to you,…

How To Choose The Right Skincare Product

How To Choose The Right Skincare Product

With so many options lying around, how can you be sure you’re making the right choice?

GUEST BLOG: 6 Ways to Get Naturally Glowing Skin

GUEST BLOG: 6 Ways to Get Naturally Glowing Skin

Acne, pigmentation and most of the other skin issues we generally have are easily manageable with a few natural tricks. Try these out before you decide to visit a dermatologist for your next visit, or try them in conjunction with your physician’s medication.

How Solid Sleep Helps Your Skin

How Solid Sleep Helps Your Skin

Most people have experienced sallow skin and puffiness and dark circles after a few nights of sleep. It’s normal and it happens to all of us. But how does lack of sleep impact your overall skin health?

GUEST BLOG: Recreate Perfection – Beauty Amplifying Procedures

GUEST BLOG: Recreate Perfection – Beauty Amplifying Procedures

There’s no such thing as the perfect body, and whether we like to admit it or not, plastic surgery taken to the extremes can cause more harm than good. And yet there’s nothing wrong with cosmetic surgery – surgical and non-surgical – provided that you don’t exaggerate.