“Sensitive” is a common word used to describe an individual’s skin type. Research indicates that about 50% of women and 30% of men identify as having sensitive skin. But what does it really mean to have “sensitive” skin?
The body has mechanisms in play to repair damaged skin after sun exposure. However, chronic UV radiation increases the probability that some of that damage will escape repair. Here's what happens to our skin with long-term sun exposure.
Not all plant-derived skin care ingredients are suitable to eat, nor so they offer the same benefits internally as they do topically. However, scientists have discovered links between the foods we eat and the effects these foods may have toward preventing DNA damage and premature aging, while improving common skin concerns, like hyperpigmentation.
A woman’s wedding day is a once in a lifetime event, a ceremony captured forever in photographs. Having healthy and radiant skin on this life-changing day is important for all brides. To make this happen, it is essential to set up a treatment plan at least six months prior to the wedding so you can have the complexion you crave on your big day!
Fall is here and the media is hot with new makeup palettes and warm autumn hair colors. This is the time that pumpkin patches are in full supply with ripened crops. Aside from the season splendor of pumpkin, what makes this icon so spectacular?
The most important part of finding a solution for your problem is to ask the question, "Is my skin really oily?" Finding your best skin care regimen starts here, and start now. Oily skin is dependent on the amount of androgens in your body and, if left unmanaged, can lead to sebaceous disorders.