Listen to your skin! With the hot weather, your skin demands something different from you! Here are 7 hot weather tips to keep your skin looking younger, beautiful and healthy.
Archive for July, 2012
8 common skincare mistakes we make without being aware of the harm they do!
Just two days away from the biggest sporting event- The London Olympics! You are training hard at your practice camps, burning the midnight oil pumping, flexing and toning your muscles. You are focused to perform your best! Are you in the 'skin' of your game? Are you protecting, nourishing and taking care of your largest organ- your skin? Here are 2 quick skincare tips that should help. Expert insight provided by Carolyn and Taylor.
mySkin iPhone app: 'mySkin: skincare advice' is launching today in the app store!
Athletes- With all your rigorous training, exposure to the elements and stress, staying hydrated is key to your performance. Dehydration leads to irritability, cramps, malaise, loss of appetite, muscular weakness and a general sense of defeat- now you don't want that to happen! Water, effective hydration from the inside-out and knowing your body water levels are all the need of the hour.
Unlike your favorite jeans or that band you listened to in high school, acne is something that you may not be able to outgrow in your adult life. For those lucky few, acne can go away, but it can also get worse or spots can creep up on you even if you had clear skin in high school. We are seeing more adults – in their 20s, 30s and beyond – still complaining about pustules, papules and painful cysts. Wendy Lewis, The Knife Coach guest blogs for mySkin on Adult Acne and the various treatment avenues available.
Guest blogger, Toscha of BLACKSwan beauty blog writes for mySkin! She quotes, "The last few months I've held a "cooking" class for tweens. Instead of filling our bellies, we are 'feeding our skin' with some pretty amazing remedies from Gena Surphlis, creator of COOKING COSMETIC." Read on.
Who doesn't enjoy chocolates!! Your skin loves it too :) Here is a simple DIY chocolate honey mask to get your skin feeling soft, silky and glowing.
Beauty expert, Eunice Cofie- often noted as the modern-day, Madame C.J. Walker and President of Nuekie - an ethnic dermatology company speaks about the 2 major skin concerns the ethnic population faces.
The sunscreen has perhaps become one of our most important beauty requirements. Not only does it save you from that bad burn but helps immensely in keeping signs of aging such as dark spots, wrinkles and fine lines at bay. Regular sunscreen use is also imperative if you want to protect your skin from skin cancer. How about you forgetting that trip to the drugstore to pick up your sunscreen and make one right inside your kitchen?