The winter season can be tough on the skin with low humidity, as well as windy and cold weather taking its toll. Here are a few steps to combat the effects of tired and dry skin and to help get a good start to great skin.
Serums have become every skincare enthusiast’s best friend, and a kind of secret weapon for getting clear, glowing, plump skin, no matter what skin type you have. Serums are made up of high concentrations of active ingredients, with smaller molecular structures so they can penetrate deep into the skin. They often target specific skin concerns, such as wrinkles, blemishes, dull skin, or loss of firmness, to name a few!
When the weather starts to get cooler, it’s time to transition to a fall skin care routine. Your skin reacts to the elements, so you’ll need to change things up. Here are a few things you can do to keep your skin looking its best year-round.
Vitamin C is a vital antioxidant used in skin care products to promote cell turnover to reveal skin’s improved texture and tone. This ingredient stimulates collagen production while neutralizing the damaging effects of free radicals.
It can take a lot of detective work to figure out why your skin isn’t happy; the answer could stem from both hormones and lifestyle.
This hormonal change has been shown to accelerate aging, and got us thinking about skin care products that could support menopause-specific skin care regimens!
Remember your teenage years, when hormones first came on the scene? While we normally associate ‘raging hormones’ with teen angst and hormonal acne, the truth is that hormones are always working behind the scenes, affecting our skin and how our bodies function throughout our life.
Blue light can penetrate deeper into the skin compared to both UVA and UVB light, which means more damage to the collagen and elastin in the dermis, leading to wrinkles and loss of firmness.