Tag: moisturizer

Parts of your body you’re not including in your skincare

Parts of your body you’re not including in your skincare

We all have our skincare routines. While being aware that skin health is important, we do everything to cover every aspect of it. But it’s not easy – there’s weather, humidity, UV rays, aging signs – who wouldn’t be overwhelmed…

Winter Treats Your Body Will Love!

Winter Treats Your Body Will Love!

Whenever someone mentions skincare, most people automatically think about their face. There’s an entire ocean of skin concerns, from aging, dryness, sensitivity, wrinkles to UV rays – and they can all affect the rest of the body as much as…

One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Why Your Skin Type Should Dictate Your Moisturizer

There’s a reason why there are so many options when you check out the moisturizer aisle at the grocery store. A moisturizer is not a one-size-fits-all type of product. In fact, what works for you may not work for your best friend, sister, or mother – they all have unique skin types that require a more tailored product. By understanding what type of moisturizer works best for your skin, you can get rid of some of your skin issues-it’s dryness, oiliness, or something in between.

Celebrity Series- Demi Lovato Does What To Her Skin!

She’s in the limelight for all the right reasons! She’s pretty, she’s young and she’s got a great fan following- not just for her role in X Factor, but also for being spotted in trendy styles and flawless skin – with or without make-up!
She’s Demi Lovato!

Do You Need Body Area Specific Skincare Products?

If a lotion moisturizes your legs and feels good, then it seems natural that it would work well on your face too. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work that way. The skin on your face is different from the skin on your legs or feet. Look at your face- the skin around your eyes is more delicate than your chin and has different needs.

The Hidden Beauty Benefits Of A Cocoa Butter Candle

The Hidden Beauty Benefits Of A Cocoa Butter Candle

Guest Blogger Rachel shares with you the wonderful beauty and health benefits of cocoa butter while you enjoy the soothing flicker of a candle.

Have You Tried Avocados?

Have You Tried Avocados?

Did you know? Avocados contain more ‘useful’ fat than other fruits. They are high in omega oils and Vitamin E, both excellent for the skin. Avocados contain Vitamin A, K, B6,C and also contain minerals such as potassium and copper. These minerals are extremely useful in treating skin ailments. The mono saturated fats and oleic acids contained in avocados keep your skin supple and smooth.

Keep Your Skin Looking Younger With Coconut Oil

Keep Your Skin Looking Younger With Coconut Oil

Keep Your Skin Looking Younger With Coconut Oil- Guest post by Brianne.

mySkin Talking To Charmaine- Host Of Popular Video Beauty Blog Glamology

It always feels great to meet ‘that special someone’ who is driven by unbound energy, creativity and passion in educating people about ingredients present in beauty products telling us the ‘good’ and ‘bad’ of this massive and many a times mind boggling cosmetic world. I felt like I’d met a friendly ‘skin-encyclopedia’ after talking to Charmaine Cianciullo, the host of the fabulous video beauty blog, Glamology.

Know Your Moisturizer- Part II

Moisturizers have become so very important in our lives today that they don’t seem like beauty products any more– they’re more like health products, one which protect our skin health.
In Part I of this creamy series, we talked of 5 key ingredients found in moisturizers. Here ( in Part II) are 5 more that find their place in your favorite moisturizer tub…

Fact Or Fable: Black Skin has natural moisture, so no moisturizer needed

There are many myths about skin care based on racial ethnicity that just don’t ring true. One such myth is in reference to African/Black people, and that black (facial) skin has a natural moisture to it so therefore there is no need for black skin to add a moisturizer.

What are AHAs?

What are AHAs?

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.