While drug store and makeup counter beauty products might make big claims about hair and skin care, they can also cost an arm and a leg. But you don’t need to spend a fortune to keep your skin and hair looking its best. In fact, you've probably already got all-natural beauty products right in your refrigerator! Guest blogger Marcela shares her insight.
Archive for September, 2012
Climate, municipal water and pollutants could all potentially influence your skin, but the best way to address skin care problems is to respond to what your skin is telling you!
Before you decide to get a chemical peel either at the doctor’s office or at a clinic/spa, be sure to understand the differences in the types of chemical peels! There are 3 main types of chemical peels: AHA, TCA, and phenol. They are all named after the chemical compound of which they are composed of.
With Spring round the corner, most of us begin to incorporate certain lifestyle changes. Your skin needs change with the season too and it is important to tweak your skin care regimen. These changes in your skin care routine will help you to have flawless and radiant skin. Fall/ Autumn is characterized by harsh winds, cold temperatures and invariable temperature fluctuations. Your skin becomes dry, itchy and irritated. The invariable temperature changes strip off moisture from your skin. It is therefore important to follow a proper skin care protocol for healthy, glowing skin.
With all the different skincare products on the market, it can be difficult to sort out which ones work, and which ones don’t. Facial oils, in particular, lend themselves to much debate over their usefulness. You can see the appeal: a natural skincare solution that could work just as well, or better, than a cosmetic product. But do they work? Are they as good as brand cosmetics? Are they better for you skin or perhaps even harmful? Let’s take a look and decide together.
One of the newest ways to maintain a youthful experience and treat wrinkles is to use dermal fillers. Dermal fillers, also called injectable fillers, are often referred to as the liquid facelift! Know more about dermal fillers with guest blogger, Scott.