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Serums and moisturizers are relatively common skincare products. What exactly is the difference between them, however? Besides for the difference in the texture and feel of these products, as you’ll find that serums are generally lighter and thinner, It’s important to know that serums and moisturizers help the skin in unique, distinctive ways.
Winter has arrived, and although the snowfall can be lovely at times, there could also be a host of challenges that can be seriously detrimental to the skin. Let’s be real, the cold, sometimes blizzardy, and even harsh winter weather, along with the low humidity of the winter air could often times be rough on the skin.
Shea Butter, unlike other skincare ingredients that come and go with the wind, is an ancient beauty and body care ingredient that continues to be one of the most important elements for moisturizing the skin and aiding its healing process.
As soon as some men are told about skin care their eyes glaze over and their minds immediately default to women buying over-priced moisturizers, serums, and cleansers with aspirations of looking more beautiful. Although it’s true that the skin care industry predominantly targets women, men should know that taking good care of their skin could only benefit their lives, as investing in a skincare routine will help reduce fine lines and wrinkles over time.
Your skin, the largest and one of the most important organs in your body, is subject to changes and reactions stemming from various sources, such as puberty or hormonal cycles, especially on and around the face. Most of us know that the skin changes due to a variety of factors, such as the weather, age, and even different environments.
Many of us still haven’t heard of the harmful effects of self-tanners. Whether it be tanning beds or self tanner products, the lotions, sprays, and gels that are applied on the skin, it’s important to know how these can effect your skin, both in the short and long term. After looking for some answers, we found that self tanning is rarely, if ever, a healthy tanning option.
Times have changed, for everyone. No matter your race, ethnicity, gender, religion, or your political beliefs, you have, in some way been effected by the global pandemic, the coronavirus. As important preventative measures to stay safe from the virus, we are now washing our hands more than ever, using hand sanitizer, and wearing face-masks, sometimes for hours at a time, daily.
Our mental health should be protected at all costs. The effects of mental health traumas today go far beyond just the psyche. Many other areas of life, and even the physical body, including the skin, can be affected by problems in mental health, leading even to a vise versa cycle of skin problems creating even more psychological problems which lead to more skin problems and so on.
What’s with all the hype around natural products? Statistics show a tremendous increase in the customer’s choice of natural products over products using chemicals and preservatives. The “natural” trend is currently the most significant trend in the personal care industry.
Autumn is a time of change. Changes in the colors of the leaves, the clothing we wear, and the weather! When things change, we have to adapt and realign ourselves appropriatel, and when the temperature changes it calls for changes in skincare. When the weather cools off your skin will make sure you know, as it might tighten, dry out, or begin to break out.
New parents sometimes reminisce of a time when they could go out of the house without carrying around a mini-nursery for their baby. It doesn’t, however, have to be so complicated. A well put together diaper bag can bring you so much freedom and convenience while staying stress-free, knowing you have everything you need.
While botox is highly glamorized by the media and hollywood, it can actually have some long lasting effects that could do more damage than good to your skin, especially when starting at a young age. 20% of people in their 30s do botox in order to try to prevent the aging process, when wrinkles haven’t even developed.
Aloe Vera, a green, cactus looking plant, and one of the key ingredient in our Multifunction Ointment, is an old plant which was used to provide various benefits for the skin, overall health, and more. Aloe Vera is very rich in Vitamins, keeping the skin looking young, vibrant and happy. It also has powerful anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties, making it an amazing ingredient for skin-healing.