Is Baking Soda Good or Bad For Your Skin?

Many consider baking soda as a beneficial at home skin care remedy, but let me tell you this is a myth. In actual, baking soda is bad for your skin. First off, baking soda is way too harsh. Baking soda digs deep below the surface of the skin which a) causes irritation b) causes redness … Continue reading Is Baking Soda Good or Bad For Your Skin?

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11 Tips For Flawless Skin

Drink Water: Water keeps the skin hydrated, supple, acne free and wrinkle free. Use Sunscreen: Sunscreen prevents premature aging, skin cancer, discoloration, pigmentation & sunburns. Moisturize Daily: Moisturizing prevents dry skin, blemishes, breakouts & wrinkles. Be Active: Physical exercise increases blood flow throughout the body which helps produce new healthy skin cells. Stay Happy: Laughing … Continue reading 11 Tips For Flawless Skin

Warning: Using Lemon On Your Face

In the skin care world, lemons are recognized for their amazing skin benefits. Lemons contain anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal properties that fight acne, remove blackheads and diminish dead skin cells. Lemons are also very high in vitamin c and citric acid, which makes them highly effective in decreasing pigmentation, lightening acne scars and overall brightening … Continue reading Warning: Using Lemon On Your Face

What Should Your Skin Care Routine Look Like?

Here are 5 steps that an ideal skin care routine should include. Step 1: Wash face with a cleanser. Cleansing removes dirt, cleans pores and prevents breakouts and blemishes from forming. Step 2: Apply a toner. A toner cleans away left over dirt, tightens pores, help fade blemishes, clears acne and brightens the skin. Step … Continue reading What Should Your Skin Care Routine Look Like?

The Importance Of Wearing Sunscreen

Sunscreen is crucial in achieving and maintaining clear skin. Sunscreen protects the skin from harsh UVA & UVB rays. Without sunscreen you are prone to: Sunspots Blemishes Dark Spots Pigmentation Uneven Skin Tone Sun Burn Redness Aging Thinning Skin Leading To Wrinkles Dehydrated Skin What is SPF? SPF stands for 'Sun Protection Factor'. The level … Continue reading The Importance Of Wearing Sunscreen