Five No-Shave November products everyone—yes everyone—can enjoy.
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If you suffer from dry, itchy skin due to eczema flare-ups, add one or all of these eight products to your skincare routine for summer-long hydration.
For many of you, the first of December marks the exchange of beard oil for shaving cream and a razor. While that’s common for those of you who only grow facial hair during prostate cancer awareness month, “No-Shave” November, you may not be aware of the plethora of chemicals your shaving cream may contain, and how they could negatively impact your skin. Ditch these ingredients, bag these products, and may the remainder of your shaves be healthy.
Pumpkin: it’s in your morning cup of coffee, in the jam you put on your toast for lunch and even in your happy hour cocktail. Rich in enzymes, zinc, antioxidants and vitamins, pumpkin exceeds your […]
Treat sun damage with this nutrient-rich, fresh face mask for sensitive skin. Soothe redness and irritation caused by UV ray overexposure with calming calamine powder and chamomile blue oil. Featured fresh blueberries, packed with […]
A dip in the pool on a hot summer day sounds like a no-brainer way to cool yourself down, but the chlorine exposure to your skin can do more harm than good if you don’t take proper precaution and care. When diving in, treat your skin pre-and post-swimming to avoid chlorine-causing irritation, acne and signs of aging.
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.