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SPIRULINA EXTRACT – COULD ALGAE BE GOOD FOR YOUR SKIN?

Spirulina Extract - Could Algae be Good for Your Skin?

Spirulina algae has been used as a healing superfood for centuries now, and with its high nutritional value, there is no doubt it will continue to be popular as blue-green algae is a powerful source of vitamins and minerals to benefit every part of the human body – including the skin! 
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Beauty Cheat Sheet: Black Seed Oil

Beauty Cheat Sheet: Black Seed Oil

Botanically known as Nigella Sativa, the black seed has been used as a natural remedy for thousands of years. Also known as black cumin seed oil or kalonji oil, black seed oil contains over 100 vitamins and minerals and is said to offer a range of health benefits. Read this to find out how this ancient ingredient can improve your skin and help treat eczema. 
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Get Healthy Skin with Niacinamide, aka Vitamin B3

Get Healthy Skin with Niacinamide, aka Vitamin B3

Niacinamide, also known as vitamin B3, is on our list of must-have skincare ingredients, as it can do wonders for the skin. Read this to find out how vitamin B3 works and why you need it in your skincare products! 
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SLEEP YOUR WAY TO BETTER SKIN

Sleep Your Way to Better Skin

Did you know that sleep can have a BIG impact on how your skin looks!? In both quantity or quality, sleep matters to our skin. Read this to learn how to get the sleep you need for glowing skin.
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Anti-Aging Skincare for Men: 7 Things You Didn't Know

Anti-Aging Skincare for Men: 7 Things You Didn't Know

Women have had a head start when it comes to understanding skin care terminology, techniques, and products, thanks to centuries of marketing. Men's skin and anti-aging concerns are now being addressed as more guys are becoming conscious of caring for and protecting their skin, too. Learn what makes men's skin different and how to best take care of it.
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Beeswax - A Multi-Tasker That Can Make Your Skin Look Younger

Beeswax - A Multi-Tasker That Can Make Your Skin Look Younger

The humble worker bee spends its life working to collect pollen for the hive to produce beeswax. Once collected by beekeepers, beeswax can be used in skincare products to help with collagen production, acne reduction, and much more. Read to learn more about this powerful, multi-purpose ingredient!
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A Look at How Your Diet Affects Your Skin

A Look at How Your Diet Affects Your Skin

It's no secret that what you eat has a direct effect on your overall health, but what about your skin? Read this to learn about how your diet can affect your skin both positively and negatively. 
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SKINCARE IN YOUR 30S: A SIMPLE, EFFECTIVE ROUTINE

Skincare in Your 30s: A Simple, Effective Routine

Welcome to the decade that many recall as the best decade of their lives -- your thirties! It's now time to start getting serious about your skincare routine, and here are a few tips to get you started.
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GRAPE SEED EXTRACT BENEFITS FOR SKIN

Grape Seed Extract Benefits for Skin

The wide-ranging grape seed oil benefits will keep all types of skin hydrated, supple, and soothed while presenting zero downside, which is what makes this versatile ingredient so central to the cosmetics industry. 
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OATS: NATURAL SUPERFOOD TO SOLVE SKIN CONDITIONS

Oats: Natural Superfood to Solve Skin Conditions

It’s not an exaggeration to call oats a skincare superfood - these powerful grains are used in many different products to nourish skin and treat conditions like eczema, psoriasis, burns, acne, and inflammation. See how!
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THE FAT YOU WANT: FATTY ACIDS EXPLAINED

The Fat You Want: Fatty Acids Explained

Whether your skin is youthful and radiant or it is showing signs of photoaging or wrinkles, it’s never too late to start using the power of fatty acids in your skincare routine. Read on to learn more about the fat you DO want! 
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Chemical vs. Mechanical: Types and Benefits of Exfoliation for the Skin

Chemical vs. Mechanical: Types and Benefits of Exfoliation for the Skin

There are two types of exfoliation used in skincare: chemical and mechanical. The goal of both types is to reveal new, fresh skin cells beneath the upper surface of the skin. Learn the best practices and the benefits of exfoliation for skin!
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