An extra 10 minutes under the sun may leave you glowing, but thanks to ultraviolet exposure, your skin is red, inflamed and irritated. Soothe discomfort and reverse signs of sun damage ASAP with this ultimate […]
Summertime means less clothing, more beach time and that genuine bronzed glow you’ve yearned for all winter. As long as you apply sunscreen, there’s no harm in enjoying the warm weather, right? Wrong. An increase in sun exposure and sunblock usage can lead to more breakouts. Before you slather on the SPF and step outside, here’s what you need to know.
Skincare has no gender, as shown by Covergirl last year when James Charles was chosen as the new face of their brand. Since 2013, male-specific toiletries have had higher revenue than shaving products, a mark that the male-grooming trend has continued to rise in popularity. Time to toss those insecurities and follow this starter kit to become one of today’s fearless males.
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You hop into the shower to use the last of your favorite shampoo saved from two years before, but realize its silky texture is now clumpy, and usual pearl white color has a yellow tint. How did this happen?
Your face is too oily, you have clogged pores, or you suffer from redness and inflammation; these are just some of the reasons why…
In the mid-1930’s, the purchase of sunscreen was simple with only one available option on the market. Today stores carry creams, lotions, sprays, powders and sticks; some that protect against UVB rays, others against UVA rays. With so many options available, choosing the right sunscreen for you could be tricky. Avoid confusion and follow this sunblock guide to achieve maximum skin protection.
Red and blue patches, purple blotches; your skin is masked by hickies. This form of discoloration is the result of red blood cell leakage during the breakage of tiny veins and blood vessels known as capillaries. Now what? Lose the scarf, ditch the hoodie; follow this guide to quickly heal and conceal.
Argan oil: two words, four syllables, a plethora of benefits. Derived from the kernels in the fruit of the Argania Spinosa Tree, Morocco’s “liquid gold” quickly replaces moisturizers, hair conditioners, anti-aging serums and cuticle creams.
Supermarket shelves are hidden behind “beauty bars” “moisturizing creams” and “hand washes,” all sold to consumers as cleansing products. But are they as luxurious as they sound?