Still dealing with stubborn acne blemishes or a dull, uninspired complexion?
You know to wash your face, exfoliate, stay out of the sun and use plenty of moisturizer, but do you know about all the other tips and tricks that can save (or ruin) your skin?
Pimples are part of being a teenager, but what if your breakouts don’t go away when you hit adulthood?
Want to make sure your lipstick always looks even, smooth and flawless?
If you can’t spend a day in the sun without winding up with a bright red sunburn, you might be wondering how you can keep you skin healthy even when the temperature soars in the summertime.
When you hear the term “free radicals,” you either think of politically-polarized hippie activists or you think of beauty concerns that plague the modern-day woman. When beauty experts talk about these harmful environmental particles, they often use the word “antioxidants” in the same sentence, as they’re the classic defense against environmental stresses.
No facial product is an island, and there’s something to be said about the power of skincare items to work together to bring you wonderful (or sometimes not so great) results.
The battle lines have been drawn in the war against aging, and it’s looking as though the ladies of today are hedging their bets on antioxidants. The classic antidote to the damaging effects of free radicals in the air, this healthful ingredient is the surest match against premature signs of aging.
Try as we might to delay the signs of aging, it’s hard to maintain the best line of defense without a few expert face-saving strategies. Striving for youthful-looking eyes is especially important to aging women, and it may just get a bit easier with these few simple tips and tricks.
We know it’s tempting to assume that your aesthetician will take care of everything for you, but there are certain ways you should (and shouldn’t) prepare for your appointment that may make the difference between great results and a waste of your hard-earned dollars.
Moisturizer is to our faces what water is to our bodies – our skin often thirsts for it and we should always make sure we’re getting our daily dose of this vital beauty stuff. But like a lot of other things we can think of, it’s important to understand how much is too little and how much is simply overkill.
When you’re in your 20s, the last thing on your mind are anti-aging products. And to an extent, there’s no reason why they should be – you have nothing to worry about. Seriously, we swear.