May 01, 2017
A clear, even skin tone is within your reach. In order to put your best face forward, make pigmentation a thing of the past with these even skin tone tips and tricks.
Identify the Issue
The first step to achieving a flawless complexion is to identify the pigmentation’s provenance. Not only is the right treatment for the process crucial, but if you receive the wrong treatment, it can make your discoloration even worse.
Remember that not all dark spots are created equal. They typically generate from three different sources, including exposure to harmful UV rays, hormonal fluctuations stemming from birth control or pregnancy, and injuries.
Slather on the Sunscreen
To protect your already vulnerable skin and prevent new dark spots from appearing, use sunscreen liberally if you plan on going outside. Even tiny amounts of UV ray exposure can make your pigmentation worse. To top it off, wear large sunglasses to protect your eyes and a floppy hat to cover your face and forehead.
All skin types will respond well to topical bleaching creams and serums, such as a coenzyme Q10 serum or hyaluronic acid products. Hydroquinone serums also work wonders on dark spots, as they stop melanin production and speed up the natural healing process of your skin.
Monthly in-office face peels thoroughly exfoliate the epidermis layer of your skin and remove the superficial pigment-packed cells, giving the skin underneath a chance to breathe.
There are many ways to beat dark spots and get a flawless, even look. Just follow the tips above to achieve gorgeous skin.
October 22, 2020
September 30, 2020
For such a popular skin care ingredient, there’s a lot going on with HA, so beware of love at first use! There are more layers to using HA than the simple equation, Dry Skin + Hyaluronic Acid = Hydrated Skin. In some conditions, the intended results can actually backfire. Think the opposite of clear, dewy, plump skin. So how do you use HA properly?
First - Debunking Common Myths about HA
Hyaluronic Acid is not actually an acid, like glycolic or salicylic acid that exfoliates the skin. HA is a complex sugar, known as a polysaccharide, that occurs naturally in the body providing hydration for our joints, hair, eyes and especially the skin.
August 07, 2020
We invite you to join us on our new skin care journey with TerraCycle.
We love when customers share how Timeless has made a difference in their lives, and we hope to make a difference when it comes to future generations too!
This August we are proud to launch a national recycling program of our Timeless plastic packaging through our partnership with TerraCycle.