From dealing with maskne to dryness and even chafing behind those ears, here are a few tips to get you through another cold, Covid winter. Face masks and your skin There are a lot of comfortable masks out there. But prolonged use or having extra sensitive skin can lead to itchiness, irritation or a rash.
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When it comes to your skin care routine, face masks may not be necessary, but they’re certainly beneficial. The right face mask can hydrate skin, remove excess oils or help improve the appearance of pores. Which is definitely worth 10-20 minutes of your time once or twice a week. Plus, a little self-pampering goes a
Economical. Convenient. Eco Friendly. Cruelty Free. What more could you want in a body wash? How about… multi-purpose?! Our true natural body wash is more than just a body wash, you can use it as: Face Wash While most other body washes really shouldn’t be used as a facial cleanser (they’re either too drying
Research suggests that YES, what you eat can have an impact on skin cancer. As a person who burns easily and has lots of moles and freckles, I’m quite conscientious of my sun exposure. I’m constantly applying sunscreen to myself and my family (every few hours). I limit UV exposure while UV rays are at
We’ve all been there, out and about enjoying life when the irritation starts. It usually begins as an uncomfortable sensation, but can become quite painful if left unchecked. We’re talking about skin chafing here – those red, irritated patches that develop due to too much friction between your skin or your skin and your clothes.