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The blue wavelengths of light often associated with electronics like computers and phones can affect the body’s circadian rhythm and disrupt our natural wake and sleep cycle. When the skin’s natural circadian rhythm is off, skin cells aren’t able to maintain their natural nighttime repair process — which can lead to wrinkles, dark under-eye circles, and other visible signs of aging. Read this to find out the best ways to protect your skin from blue light damage.
Spent too much time in the sun without proper sun protection? We feel your pain (literally!)No one sets out to scorch their skin, but sometimes, despite our best intentions, we end up getting burned. Read our top 5 treatments to soothe sunburned skin naturally!
Studies show that sleep is the most important time for cell reparation. A nightly skincare routine with an overnight mask can help the skin restore, repair, and rejuvenate from daily damage. Read this fora closer look at this relaxing skincare regimen and how you can add it to your nighttime beauty routine.
Everyone knows that oatmeal makes for a healthy breakfast — but did you know that it’s also a smart addition to your medicine cabinet? When used topically, colloidal oatmeal can be amazing for skin health. Its natural antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties make it a popular ingredient in natural skincare products, and it can even help treat eczema.
Collagen is a wrinkle-preventing protein that keeps skin supple and strong. Our collagen levels naturally start to deplete around the age of 20 (!). As a result, skin becomes thinner and more fragile. And so begins the quest to replace it! Read this to discover everything you need to know about collagen, its many benefits, and how to boost your collagen supply naturally!
If you’ve noticed dark patches on your cheeks, forehead, or upper lip, melasma may be the culprit. Melasma is a common skin problem that causes a patchy darkening of facial skin. Read this article to find out what causes melasma and to explore natural treatment options for "the mask of pregnancy."