In light of the approaching cool temperatures and dry winds, let’s talk about some things that don’t need to change and some things to look out for. Additionally, having a go-to cream or moisturizer for the drier season is also an effective way to reduce confusion and chaos for our skin. In case you forgot, we have quite a collection of creams – so if you haven’t settled on a go-to cream yet, you can start your exploration right here.
Odds are you’ve stumbled across a #shelfie once or twice and wondered how it is that everyone seems to know so much more about skin care ingredients than you do. It can be hard to keep up with what the latest trends are because so many ingredients become popular for a few years before skin care companies move onto the next miracle ingredient. Hyaluronic acid, for example, is one of those ingredients that seems to have appeared overnight. Instead of sifting through all of these ingredients to figure out which one works best for you, we’ve listed a couple of...
The beauty industry loves to throw complicated terms at consumers in order to make their products sound fancier than they are. Take hyaluronic acid, for example. The newly touted holy grail ingredient has been around for years—so why does it seem like it’s a brand new thing? Below we’re discussing some of the most commonly used beauty product terminology, and setting the record straight on some of its more confusing labels. We’re even going to tell you how often you should use certain products, because every type of product varies!
Don't let the word 'acid' freak you out - Hyaluronic Acid (or HA) is a clear, gooey liquid that is naturally produced by our body. It's primarily found in our skin, eyes, and connective tissues, and it serves to keep things well-hydrated. See? Not scary at all!