skincare

Skincare 101; discover essential products, treatments, dos and don'ts to promote clear and healthy skin.

  • Diana
    Published about 14 hours ago
    My face

    My face

    Hello ladies! Ive got advice and tips that I’ve used for years. I’ve read lots of articles and seen many posts and magazines so I feel like I have a pretty great beauty regimen. I have tested many things on my face from natural products and natural diys. Not ready or don’t think I’ll ever be ready to do any surgery or needles near my face. I try to eat healthy and stay active I feel that kind of helps. I love taking vitamins, recent started taking New Chapter women’s vitamins. I haven’t noticed a lot of major changes. I do feel a little less drowsy and sleepy. I’m sure you’ve heard of coconut oil and all it’s benefits for your skin! I love using it to remove my water proof masquera it leaves my skin feeling soft and gentle on my eyes. Because no one wants fine lines and wrinkles am I right? Ladies. It’s great along with coffee grounds to use as a body scrub or on your face. I like to make my drip coffee and right after use the coffee grounds with coconut oil mixed together and the. Rub it on my hands. Or save some of the left over coffee grounds and coconut oil for when I get in the shower to rub all over my face and body exfoliater. I’ve purchased the peppermint coffee grounds from target before that were meant for your body to elimate stretch marks. It left my skin feeling really soft and even lighten some dark spots I had. I’ve added it with baking soda when I want to use it as a scrub on my face. Recently I heard baking soda is harsh for your face so I prefer to use it once a week or once a month. Haven’t researched a lot but I have or I usually do when it comes to adding internally or externally new products or ingredients to my body. Warm water on a towel against your skin is the best feeling ever! I read it somewhere said by a model it’s like a spa. It really does feel like your pampering yourself set daily and you get to save a lot of money instead of going to fancy spas! But do save or splurge if you can! I have been wanting to try professional facials! I will possibly do that maybe as a once a month treat! Another GREAT product I love to use for my face is oil! Well not just any oil Vitamin e oil is one of my favorites to moisturize my face as well as argan oil! I like using Josie maran products for argan oil. When I discovered it I felt like I had found a holy grail product! Like how is this even possible to have your skin feel this good! Use spf ladies prevent skin damage!! I try to buy makeup with spf just Incase I don’t apply any. I like using face masks once a week. Sephora, drugstores , and Ulta carry some pretty good ones! Another favorite for under eyes are patches and I heard putting them in the fridge give even better results I have yet to test out but will do in the future!Lush is one of my favorite natural stores! I’ve tried a little of everything except maybe their bath products. Highly recommend LUSH make sure to visit a store near you or their only website! The ordinary 10 minute exfoliating facial has been leaving my face looking good it’s a recent product I’ve added to my skin regimen. Another new product I’ve been loving is evanhealy the skin breathes balancing face care kit! I’ve noticed my face is less dry and smooth looking! I look my age or even younger. People say I look a lot younger than I really am I usually get 5 years younger or the youngest is 10 years! My skin care to thank. If you’d like to know more advice let me know and please tip help a girl out.
  • Denise Willis
    Published 9 days ago
    Skin & Makeup Tips for Ladies Over 60

    Skin & Makeup Tips for Ladies Over 60

    As a teenager I never had acne. My sister did, and disgustedly sighed stating that I had skin like a china doll, but it didn't take me long to take care of that, however, and that is why at age sixty seven I am dealing with age spots that make me look like a spotted dalmation, wrinkles beyond my years, and sagging skin.
  • Jenna Lynn
    Published 12 days ago
    How to Get Beautiful Skin Without Fillers and Botox

    How to Get Beautiful Skin Without Fillers and Botox

    I'm fortunate that my skin has behaved as long as it has. I'm glad I started taking care of it when I was young. I shudder to think how bad it might look now if I didn't start babying it when I did. Skin is strong, but it is also fragile.
  • Marina Radovanovic
    Published 13 days ago
    WTF do I put on my face?

    WTF do I put on my face?

    Every girl has been through it. The struggle of finding the PERFECT skincare routine. I've spent years spending money on expensive and inexpensive skincare products that beauty gurus swear upon, but in reality.. none of them worked for my skin.
  • David Wyld
    Published 19 days ago
    Winter Skin Care 101

    Winter Skin Care 101

    Cold weather can take a real toll on your skin. Dry skin can lead to discomfort and, if neglected, can affect your skin's elasticity and trigger outbreaks of irritated skin. Help keep your skin feeling healthy and hydrated this winter with these tips.
  • David Wyld
    Published 19 days ago
    5 Dermatologist Tips for Winter Skincare

    5 Dermatologist Tips for Winter Skincare

    Winter skin woes are common, with the vast majority of Americans believing that their skin feels differently during the winter than it does the rest of the year. In this article, board-certified dermatologist Dr. Shari Marchbein provides five simple skincare tips to help fight dry and itchy skin brought on by winter.
  • Brittany DeWidt
    Published 19 days ago
    neon Freeman Face Mask: A Review

    neon Freeman Face Mask: A Review

    Recently, I have been trying to clear my skin up since my sister's wedding is this week. While at Walmart, I found a cheap, one-time use mask that claimed to remove oil from my face. I have combination skin- oily in some places, and dry in other places (such as around my lips). So I figured, "Hey, why not?" Today after washing my face with a natural exfoliant scrub that St. Ives makes, I dried my face and applied the mask. The directions say to apply to face and neck, and there is definitely plenty of product in the package to do so if you desire. I decided to just apply it a little more thickly.
  • Marie Safel
    Published 22 days ago
    All about acne scar treatment

    All about acne scar treatment

    It is found that the people who are suffering from the problems of acne are more likely to undergo with low confidence and self-esteem. So, it is recommended for them that they do no lose hope and look for the top-notch acne scar removal treatment. The treatments or medications for removing acne scars are not only useful in curing acne and blemishes but also help to diminish the appearance of scars.
  • Julia Benson
    Published about a month ago
    What Even Are Wrinkles?

    What Even Are Wrinkles?

    To understand wrinkles, we need to understand our skin.
  • Kelli Fuqua Hart
    Published about a month ago
    Under My Skin

    Under My Skin

    We all have it and we all wear it very differently – skin. It’s wrinkly, oily, splotchy and rough. It’s the fleshy suit we are assigned at birth to wear to every occasion. Over time it gets stretched-out, torn and stained. So, how do we take care of it? We’ve got some ideas.
  • VLCC Personal Care
    Published 2 months ago
    Manage Oily Skin in Winter with These Steps

    Manage Oily Skin in Winter with These Steps

    Your skin needs special attention in the winter. If you have oily skin, it can be very difficult to treat. You must apply a moisturizing cream regularly in winter to prevent dehydration and skin irritation. It is often difficult to choose between moisturizers. Because winter creams are rich in oil, they can make your skin greasier. Pay attention to the ingredients in the moisturizer to prevent excess oil. However, it is difficult to avoid the cream in the winter. You can follow different ways to control the oil on your skin. Keep reading to learn how to deal with oily skin in the winter.
  • Aubrey Holt
    Published 2 months ago
    How Do You Prepare for Laser Hair Removal

    How Do You Prepare for Laser Hair Removal

    In recent years, laser hair removal has become increasingly popular among people between the ages of 18 to 35, for both men and women. With more people wanting to remove their unwanted hair, the more people with bad experiences there will be in this industry. This is why it's always good to educate yourself about this topic as much as possible before you pay a professional.