When your wallet’s on the light side, it’s kind of difficult to justify spending all the money you’ve earned on skincare. Truth be told, caring about your skin doesn’t require you spending wads of cash – with just a bit…
When you let go of all those negative emotions, not only does your skin feel the positive physiological benefits, but you also experience peace of mind, an increased ability to appreciate the things around you and you feel relaxed. These feelings again, have a number of benefits like better sleep, better health and well-being, and confidence.
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.
8 common skincare mistakes we make without being aware of the harm they do!
Unlike your favorite jeans or that band you listened to in high school, acne is something that you may not be able to outgrow in your adult life. For those lucky few, acne can go away, but it can also get worse or spots can creep up on you even if you had clear skin in high school. We are seeing more adults – in their 20s, 30s and beyond – still complaining about pustules, papules and painful cysts. Wendy Lewis, The Knife Coach guest blogs for mySkin on Adult Acne and the various treatment avenues available.
Guest blogger, Toscha of BLACKSwan beauty blog writes for mySkin! She quotes, “The last few months I’ve held a “cooking” class for tweens. Instead of filling our bellies, we are ‘feeding our skin’ with some pretty amazing remedies from Gena Surphlis, creator of COOKING COSMETIC.” Read on.
You care about your skin. Why wouldn’t you? It’s your largest organ. Walk to purchase a beauty product off the aisles- you are glared upon by more than 70,000 cleansers, creams, lotions, serums…dare I go on? There’s a constant parade of promises and conflicting claims. How do you know what works best for you? Whose advice do you trust? Its one confusing ‘beauty universe’!
Many of us know how to measure our vision, our heart rate but do you know how to measure the health of your skin?
Women without make up- its really difficult to imagine! Indeed there maybe cases where individuals are not able to wear makeup due to one or the other reason. The reasons may vary from sensitivity of the skin to disorders like Celiac. It’s not the end of the world for women who can’t wear the routine makeup that is lined up in the corner shops or in the supermarkets. There is always an alternative.
Are there any ‘skincare specials’ for Hispanics when it comes to treatments like lasers, microdermabrasion or beauty products?
All of us have some sort of scar somewhere. Some are light and barely noticeable; others can completely change a person’s appearance. There’s no magical cure for any scarring, but you don’t need to earn a PhD to know that proper scar care can diminish their appearance and provide a huge boost to your self-esteem.
Excited- Jackie Silver aka Aging Backwards blogs for us!! She says,” In fact, though you can’t see it happening, every minute of the day we lose about 30,000 to 40,000 dead skin cells off the surface of our skin to make room for the new skin cells. As we age, dead skin cells don’t shed as quickly and turnover of new skin cells may decrease slightly”. Read more to know why Gorgeous Skin Is Your Best Beauty Accessory…
The FDA recognizes the need to help consumers in understanding sunscreens better and has come up with new directives for sunscreen manufacturers to sell their products. Here is a sharp look at what these regulations are to help you make your sunscreen buys easier.
We are so very conscious about everything around us, then why do we not make informed and independent skincare decisions? Why is it that we often get fooled by the pretty looking lady or the delicious looking dude enticing us to buy a particular product? Is it because our personal independence has jaded us? Or is it because trusting that pretty face is an easier, enticing and convenient option?