How black is your skincare routine? Startled, aren’t you. You’ll be surprised to know that charcoal is great for your oily skin.
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The year 2011 was no stranger to controversy and forecasted warnings. The health and beauty industry was no different, as both consumers and health organizations scrutinized cosmetic companies for their use of dangerous ingredients. Here are some of the most talked about ingredients of the past year, and why you should watch out for them by guest blogger, Kimberly Wilson.
The outside palette, your skin is important here. I'm pretty certain that we all love our skin and will never stop learning on how to look after it. This led me in writing about these great ingredients which when present in our skincare products delay the signs of aging aka crows feet, fine lines, dark spots, cellulite and wrinkles.
In my growing up years, I remember being mesmerized by the silver blob of mercury rising and falling with increasing and decreasing temperatures in a thermometer. But, even as a child, I knew that the [...]
Every time I head to the department store or drug store, I am overwhelmed by the number of cosmetic products that have flooded the market today. There are so many options available that making a [...]
Today, there is a greater awareness of how we can be better to the environment and also, better to our skin. Consumers are not only aware of what is good for them, but also know [...]
Here are the top 10 desirable ingredients that you should look for in your anti-aging skincare products
We occasionally discuss makeup application tips but almost never think about the ingredients found in them. Well, as we have heard before, what we put into our bodies will reflect on our skin. This same rule applies to the ingredients that are used to create the makeup we apply to our beloved skin.
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.
While Paula Begoun states that those with oily skin types do not need a moisturizer except in areas of the face that may be dry, other experts recommend moisturizers for everyone regardless of skin type.