You love your skin care routine and you are careful not to take it lightly. You moisturize regularly, drink lots of water, avoid very hot showers and slather on you favorite moisture packed cleanser for your face and body. But, do you still feel your skin to be dry? Here are three surprising causes of your dry skin woes.
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As a dermatologist, the biggest complaint that I receive during the winter months from my patients has to do with their dry skin conditions. To keep your skin from drying out and itching during the coldness, there are simple steps that I strongly suggest to many of my patients.
There’s nothing like a nice hot shower after a long day. It’s relaxing, cleansing, and stimulating…these are feelings many of us seek, so a hot shower is always a good thing, right? WRONG!
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.
All I want is everything! I want a beautiful, glowing and smooth complexion that will be the envy of all especially in the harsh winter months. But just as Murphy’s Law would have it, this remains my wishful thinking. Come winter and my skin goes from just right to dry, flaky and dull. The low humidity levels, the chill in the air and the consequential inadequate amounts of natural skin oils leave my skin feeling very unhappy. So how does one combat dry and flaky skin?
Moving on from red, luscious apples; my earlier post in this 'fruits-overloaded' series- I’m sharing the skincare greatness of plantains; bananas (it’s true! this humble fruit is a power packed skin performer).
You’ll be surprised to find some exotic recipes for masks coming out of your own kitchen. Use these special masks twice a week and see the difference!
Recently mySkin.com asked skincare enthusiasts to share their skincare tips on how they achieve great skin. We got an overwhelming number of responses! We picked 7 of them that we believe are most original and interesting that you can try at home today!
AHA is an acronym for alpha hydroxy acid, a fruit acid derived from various plant and milk sugars. With over 200 manufacturers producing products that contain this key ingredient, I thought you would want to know more about it.
What exactly does a moisturizer do? What's the common ingredients in moisturizers? What type of moisturizer should you use?