Tag: skin health

Winter Skincare: How To Take Care Of Your Lips

Winter Skincare: How To Take Care Of Your Lips

Our previous blog post gave you some essential steps to prevent dry skin in winter. This one will deal with the most efficient ways to keep your lips in shape during cold weather. Let’s get started: Exfoliation Lips need an…

Winter Skincare: How To Prevent Dry Skin

Winter Skincare: How To Prevent Dry Skin

As we all probably know so far, winter is the harshest towards those with dry skin. Low temperatures, snow, frost and especially the harsh wind tend to dry out skin and make it flaky and uncomfortable. Of course, there are always…

Skincare During Pregnancy

Skincare During Pregnancy

Most pregnant women don’t think often about changing their skincare routines, especially if they have been working for them for a while. The famous „pregnancy glow” is a wonderful thing, but it can sometimes drift you further away from rethinking…

Collaboration: The basics of keeping your skin’s beauty and health in check

Collaboration: The basics of keeping your skin’s beauty and health in check

Our face sometimes plays the role of our business card. For almost every woman, beautiful and healthy skin is the number one priority. Skin care should be practiced at any age; the earlier we start to take care of our…

Winter Is Coming: How To Care For Your Skin During Cold Days

Winter Is Coming: How To Care For Your Skin During Cold Days

Winter is coming – and for most people, cold winter weather may bring more than just a rosy glow to the cheeks. With winter may come the unconfortable dryness of the face, hands and feet. For some people, it’s even…

Easy DIY Fall Masks

Easy DIY Fall Masks

We’re way into autumn now, and with winter and holidays on their way you’ll want to get the most out of ingredients that are in season right now. That’s right, seasonal ingredients aren’t just for your lattes and farm-to-table menus,…

GUEST BLOG: Skin Health – The Difference Between Killer Sex Appeal And Sex Appeal Killer

GUEST BLOG: Skin Health – The Difference Between Killer Sex Appeal And Sex Appeal Killer

Bravo! You’re big (the good big). You’re buff. You’re … almost sexy. What’s missing? Nope, I’m not talking about personality skills, attitude, or your sense of style, although that’s all pretty important, too. Let’s FACE it – if your complexion…

Best Shower Practices For Healthier Skin

Best Shower Practices For Healthier Skin

Is there a right and wrong in the shower? Is that another thing you’re not getting right and are we going to panic about it? Absolutely not! There are some tips you can follow if you want to see your…

Halloween Pumpkin Potage Recipe

Halloween Pumpkin Potage Recipe

There’s no better way to celebrate Halloween than with a warm pumpkin potage soup. Delicious and warm, it’s a real treat for your stomach as well as for your skin. Pumkin is filled with anti oxidants and vitamins which are…

How OKU fits into your daily routine perfectly

How OKU fits into your daily routine perfectly

Life is busy nowadays, right? With so many things on everyone’s plate, we try and take the best possible care of ourselves, but let’s be honest: we don’t want it to take forever!

Skincare is one area of self-care we often talk about, since it is very complex and covers health, beauty and wellness realms, as well as some others. The right skincare routine makes you glow and feel confident, but also makes you healthier, more self aware and… confused!

With all these routines, recommendations, brands, products, recipes and promises, it may seem like keeping a good basic skincare routine is like studying a complicated field. We at mySkin know those worries all too well and had them on our minds when we set off to create OKU.

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OKU, as you might know by now, is your personal skin coach. It’s a tiny, super-handy, beautiful gadget that helps you unlock your skin’s potential. But how exactly does it do that? It connects to your iPhone and gives you insight into your skin’s state, potential, concerns and products, all in one place. OKU is your overall skin coach – whether you’re concerned about choosing the right product, tracking your skin’s progress on a daily level or tackling that one thing that bothers your skin the most, OKU’s got you covered.

The OKU app gives you lifestyle, diet and product recommendations and lets you log your habits and current products so you can get a really detailed and good overview of how your skin is feeling. And you know what’s the best thing? It only takes 10 minutes out of your day! 

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OKU is small and compact, so it can sit anywhere in your home: your bathroom, living room or by your bed. For optimal results, you scan with OKU once in the morning and once in the evening and then just put it back in its base again. The scanning process lasts around 5 minutes and it’s just enough to get to know everything that’s necessary but without bugging you for hours. It is a process that is short, fun and informative, so it makes you want to come back to it every day…twice!

The fact that OKU usage is so quick makes it a seamless addition to your usual routine, but that’s just in the beginning. Once you try it out, it will most certainly become the foundation of your skincare regimen!

DIY vs Store-Bought Products – Which should you opt for?

DIY vs Store-Bought Products – Which should you opt for?

When you’re trying to find the right product for your skincare routine, you often don’t know where to start. All those brands, packages and promises can sometimes make you dizzy! Every now and then, you surely run into someone who…

GUEST BLOG: Stem Cells – The Ultimate Skin Renewal Product

GUEST BLOG: Stem Cells – The Ultimate Skin Renewal Product

This is the kind of advertisement we might be seeing in the not too far distant future given the pace of scientific discovery involving these amazing cells. OK, so it’s not yet possible to go out and buy a stem…

Get Better Skincare Recommendations With OKU

Get Better Skincare Recommendations With OKU

Ever wondered what that new product from the commercial does to your skin? Is it effective enough? Will it bring the promised change? Wonder no more, with OKU you’ll get personalized skincare and product recommendations which are in accordance with…

Is There a Link Between Solid Sleep and Healthy Skin?

Is There a Link Between Solid Sleep and Healthy 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? Having a good…

GUEST BLOG: 5 Steps a Teenager Can Take When Faced with Acne

GUEST BLOG: 5 Steps a Teenager Can Take When Faced with Acne

Being a teenager is tough. You’re just starting to grow into yourself and your body is changing and developing. We can all recall our days as teens, and my guess is that for most of us, at least some of…

Guest Post: 7 Things you Should Know about Sauna Etiquette

Guest Post: 7 Things you Should Know about Sauna Etiquette

The basic rules of sauna-going for beginners are here!

Guest Post: 4 Homemade Mango Face Masks For Beautiful Skin

Guest Post: 4 Homemade Mango Face Masks For Beautiful Skin

Use some of your mango supplies for a lovely DIY face mask!

Guest Post: Face-Washing 101: Cardinal Cleansing Sins

Guest Post: Face-Washing 101: Cardinal Cleansing Sins

Shedding light on the biggest and most common mistakes you make when cleansing!

Diet Choices & Healthy Skin: How Are They Connected?

Diet Choices & Healthy Skin: How Are They Connected?

By now you surely know that genetics has the biggest impact on your skin’s health. But no worries, this doesn’t mean your skin’s issues are completely dependant of it. Other factors such as diet, lifestyle and products influence your skin’s…

Skintributes 101: Pigmentation

Skintributes 101: Pigmentation

Uneven complexion is one of the most common concerns in the world! It can appear in different forms and for various reasons. Most commonly, when we have pigmentation issues, we’re thinking about brown patches on our face, shoulders, hands or…