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How to Remove Makeup

Makeup products make one more beautiful. They can hide imperfections such as wrinkles, uneven skin tone, acne marks, and so on. However, if you do not remove makeup products before going to bed at night, they can irritate your skin. Makeup can also clog your pores, leading to whiteheads, blackheads, and acne. Removing the makeup [...]

How to Do a Facial at Home

A facial is one of important treatments in your skin care regimen. Benefits of a facial include detoxifying the skin, improving skin conditions, and promoting healthy, glowing skin. A facial should be done once a week or twice a month. Going to a salon to get a facial from a professional aesthetician can cost you a [...]

Benefits of a Facial

A facial is one of the most effective skin care treatments to promote healthy skin. Facials involve cleansing, exfoliation, streaming, and moisturizing.  A facial can be done at a salon by a professional aesthetician or at home by yourself. Both salon facial and at home facial provide several benefits to your skin.
Facials vary depending on your skin [...]

Skin Exfoliation

Skin exfoliation is an important part of your skin care regimen. As we age, the cell turnover slows down, leading to a buildup of dead skin cells. Exfoliating the skin helps remove the dead skin cells and allow moisturizers to better penetrate into the skin. Exfoliation gives you glowing skin and reveals younger and fresher looking skin. [...]

Sensitive Skin

Sensitive skin is the type of skin that is easily irritated. Some people may confuse sensitive skin with sensitive condition. Sensitive condition on the skin occurs temporarily when you use wrong skin care products while sensitive skin is the skin that has low barrier. Sensitive skin is more delicate and reacts to not only harsh [...]

Retinoids for Wrinkles and Aging Skin

Retinoids are vitamin A derivatives, ranging from prescription creams to over-the-counter retinols. Prescription formulas tend to be stronger and thus more effective than OTC retinols. Since the retinol is slowly converted to retinoic acid which is the active ingredient in prescription creams, it will take about 12 weeks to see an improvement of the skin [...]