As you develop a skincare routine, you may wonder how long to wait between applying products such as serums or sprays, sunscreen and cosmetics. The short answer is as long as you feel is necessary for products to layer properly.
A thorough skincare regimen is important for taking care of the largest organ of your body. As people age, their skin loses some of the elasticity it had in their younger years and may even start to dry out.
Not every formula works on every skin type. In fact, products designed to treat common issues of one type may exacerbate other problems, such as moisturizers that increase oiliness. This can leave individuals with combination skin wondering, “How can I find the best serum for my skin?” Fortunately, there are options that can address all your needs.
Doctors have long heralded the benefits of getting your daily recommended dose of Vitamin C in your diet, but is it safe to apply directly on your skin? For all but the most sensitive skin types, the answer is yes.
Vitamin C and hyaluronic acid are potent active ingredients for the skin that complement each other beautifully, whether you choose a product that incorporates both these elements or two separate products to layer with one another.
You’ve probably heard that hyaluronic acid can make the skin look smoother and more supple, removing imperfections and signs of aging for a youthful glow. This hydrating substance is naturally found in the skin and helps it retain moisture.
Winter is that time of year that many people dread because of the effect the harsh weather can have on their skin. If you’re struggling with dry skin, the Micro Dermaroller might be the little boost you need to stay hydrated and looking your best.
Vitamin C is a powerful nutrient that can improve your immune system, prevent eye disease and boost collagen production. Although you may get enough vitamin C in your diet, your skin may not be seeing the benefits.
If you have never used a face serum before, the thought can be daunting. The good news is that it does not have to be. We have put together a short guide on how to apply Vitamin C Serum so you can understand how to best use this product.