With the beautiful warm glow that the sun casts upon beaches and woods, nature has a way of luring us out of our homes for some summer fun. Though going out for hikes or swimming at the beach is a healthy and fun way to pass the time, doing so without sunscreen isn’t a wise idea. After all, the sun can burn—and when it does, it can cause serious damage to your skin.
The makeup and skincare industry is a billion-dollar industry that most women adore. It's an industry that has become filled with creams, potions, and lotions that claim to help women look better and feel better. Drugstore shelves are lined with products that claim they're good for you, great for your skin, and glamorous.
The skincare world has become increasingly interested in superfoods and the benefits they impart on skin. That’s why companies have begun to advertise ingredients like hemp oil, carrot seed oil, and others. Some companies, like GLAUX CHEM®, make a point to work exclusively with organic ingredients that have been clinically proven to improve the quality of skin.
There are a million ways to make having scars sound like it’s great. We can say that they tell stories. We can say that they “add character,” or that they “help show who we really are.” At the end of the day, though, it’s not fun. Scars, in some cases, they can make someone feel incredibly self-conscious about their skin.
Dry skin is an issue that most of us have during the winter, but quickly overcome with a little moisturizer and seasons to change. During the summer, dry skin is one of those things very few people will experience. Those who do, however, know that it can wreak havoc on skin quality.
Around 95 percent of the population will have acne at one point in their lives or another. For many people, acne is an issue that goes beyond those awkward teenage years and continues to be an annoyance throughout their adult lives as well. It can feel like the fight against acne is never-ending, but there’s some good news for those that know how real the struggle can be.