skincare

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

  • Paisley Hansen
    Published 6 months ago
    Ways to Reduce Signs of Aging

    Ways to Reduce Signs of Aging

    Looking young, and seeking out ways to slow down the aging process has always been popular among those who care about themselves, and their outer appearance. Over time people have come up with many ways to reduce signs of aging. Skincare, make-up, clothing, hair, and even eating certain foods can all help reduce the signs that you have been around the sun a few times.
  • Kevin
    Published 6 months ago
    DIY Ways to Keep your Skin Looking Young

    DIY Ways to Keep your Skin Looking Young

    Looking for ways to naturally keep your skin cleansed and looking young and healthy? Sometimes we are very unaware of what we have in our own kitchens that can help you manage beautiful, healthy, young looking skin every day. Before starting our day, every morning, most of us revive to a hot fresh cup of coffee. Coffee also improves the overall blood flow on the skin. By dilating blood vessels beneath the skin, coffee can help reduce the appearance of cellulite on the skin. The melanoidins in coffee contains chlorogenic acid, which helps reduce hyperpigmentation that may be related to inflammation. Coffee contains polyphenols, which are antioxidants that help to protect against ultraviolet (UV) rays. Coffee grounds can help scrape away dead skin cells from your feet, leaving it cleansed and soft and smooth. Caffeine constricts the skin and is exceptionally effective for rigid, dry places like elbows, knees, and feet.
  • Paisley Hansen
    Published 6 months ago
    Skin Care Regimen Essentials

    Skin Care Regimen Essentials

    A good skin care regimen is vital in keeping a youthful appearance. There are so many products on the market, which makes it hard to know what types of products we actually should be using on a daily basis and which products are "extras" or something that we might not actually need. The basic necessities of a fundamental skin care routine uses products that cleanse, tone, and moisturize. It is vitally important to keep your face moisturized, especially the most sensitive areas such as your neck and the area around your eyes. What should you look for in your skin care routine? Everyone is going to be different, because we all have different skin types and skin tones. This article will help you to know why you should use a cleanser, a toner, moisturizer, and an eye cream.
  • Ella A
    Published 6 months ago
    Feel-Good Skincare

    Feel-Good Skincare

    Since I was 11-years-old, I've had bad skin, including but not limited to cystic acne, blackheads, oily skin, scarring, and an uneven skin tone. In this article are the three products that everyone must try to feel confident!
  • Dakota Shadow
    Published 6 months ago
    Living with Dermatillomania

    Living with Dermatillomania

    In sixth grade, I started to develop acne. Luckily in school, I was never bullied for the stray white head, but at home, my mother relentlessly picked on me for my physical, and mental, imperfections. And that bullying from my mother became the insecurities I have today, the gap between my teeth, my intelligence, and, most of all, my skin.
  • Alana Clawson
    Published 6 months ago
    My Fancy Skin Stuff

    My Fancy Skin Stuff

    Welcome all! I’m Alana, and I want to share with you my fancy skin stuff that I should do more often—but I’m way too lazy. I love masks, oils, serums, and my most recent obsession; my jade roller. I'm not going to talk about all the masks I’ve ever used or what didn’t work for me. I just want to share what I like at the moment and what it does for me. I have normal to dry skin, and in Alaska the air is so dry! These are a few products I use outside of my daily face routine. So they are fancy... right?
  • Maya Shilhton
    Published 6 months ago
    Summer Skincare Routine

    Summer Skincare Routine

    The humidity of summer and the starching cold, dry air of winter bring inevitable changes to our skincare routines. This is especially true for those with sensitive skin. For this reason, the appropriate summer skincare routine should become one of your favorite rituals, and every year you should adapt it slightly.
  • Lauren Williamson
    Published 6 months ago
    The X Factor—This Is How You Can Be More Charismatic and Influential?

    The X Factor—This Is How You Can Be More Charismatic and Influential?

    One of the things that we got to face up to is that the more charismatic a person is, then that person tends to have more influence. But have you ever thought about what makes a person charismatic? Could it be their career? Could it be their upbringing? Or could it be their money? Nope, most studies underscore the fact that it is likely that you are more impressed with the way they look. This does not imply that you are shallow, but genetically, you are primarily hardwired to react in a certain way to someone who looks good.
  • Kiran R
    Published 6 months ago
    8 Amazing Tips to Protect and Preserve Aging Skin

    8 Amazing Tips to Protect and Preserve Aging Skin

    We all want to stay active, look young, and prolong aging as much as we can. It is not very difficult to fight against the signs of aging if you follow a proper skin care routine, and maintain a healthy lifestyle. The kind of skin care routine that you should follow will depend on your lifestyle, and also the weather or season. For example, during winter your skin will feel more dry and dull as compared to summer. You need to keep your skin moist and never forget to apply cream or lotion on your face. You can also invest in LifeCell all-in-one anti-aging cream if you are worried about dull and dry skin, wrinkles, or other similar signs of aging.
  • Kiran R
    Published 6 months ago
    5 Steps to Make Your Skin Glow in Summer

    5 Steps to Make Your Skin Glow in Summer

    Summers are all about fun, family, and tanning on the beach. But, summers also affect your skin. Prolonged sun exposure can cause dullness, and age spots on your skin. The heat and humidity level can make your active oil glands hyperactive. This eventually will increase the sebum level of your glands.
  • Lena Hemsworth
    Published 6 months ago
    Skincare Tips—Investing in Your Beauty Routine

    Skincare Tips—Investing in Your Beauty Routine

    Every lady on the planet has sometimes forgotten to put on the sun cream for protection or moisturizer for hydration, and it is quite normal to be forgetful about skincare from time to time.
  • Hannah Pearce
    Published 6 months ago
    How I Cured My Acne