If you apply moisturizer but your skin is still flaky, itchy or developing fine lines, you could benefit from a hydrating facial. As more information comes to light about the relationship between moisture, aging and skin conditions like acne, hydrating facials have surged in popularity for their reparative results.
Congratulations, you’re getting married! You have chosen a dress, venue and table settings but have you thought about bridal makeup? While you can do your own, multiple factors should be considered, from looking your best on this big day to ensuring the makeup comes through well in photos.
When your skin feels itchy or fine lines appear, is it dry or dehydrated? While dry skin is a specific skin type, dehydration is a sign you’re not getting enough water. Beyond aesthetics, dehydration affects the moisture barrier and how your skin protects the body from bacteria and infections.
Are you experiencing more breakouts or noticing your hair is dry? You could be missing out on beauty sleep! Eight undisturbed hours of sleep are the perfect time for your skin and hair to rejuvenate and begin the repair process.
While most of us strive to have healthy and glowing skin, over 40 percent of adults have some degree of facial acne. On social media, you might have come across different products and at-home remedies that promise to cure skin issues but the solution could be simpler!