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.
Dry skin can magnify the signs of aging and make you appear older than you really are, but does it lead to wrinkles? In this article, we’re breaking down this beauty myth, talking about dry skin and wrinkles, and giving you tips to help beat the signs of aging ahead! Read More
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. Read this to learn the difference between the types and best practices for exfoliating! Read More
Beard care is all about nourishing the facial hair and skin underneath to keep it clean, hydrated, and flake-free, as well ss keeping your beard soft, smooth, and tamed. Read this for beard care tips that will keep your facial hair looking and feeling healthy. Read More
Need to reboot your skin? Try these simple, science-backed skin care tips for maintaining a youthful, healthy-looking complexion. Read More
Studies show that our bodies stop producing collagen as we age. That leaves many beauty buffs wondering how to naturally boost collagen to keep (or regain) supple and flexible skin. Rather than using supplements, we recommend dietary sources of collagen for rebuilding collagen naturally. Read this to find out which foods to eat to boost your collagen production!
Rose oil is among the most popular rose-based beauty products. But when you hear the term “rose oil,” do you think of rose oil, or rosehip oil? And what exactly is the difference? Read this to find out! Read More
Squalane is odorless, colorless and even looks more like a gel than an oil, but just because you can’t see it, smell it, or feel a greasy touch doesn’t mean squalane doesn’t pack a powerful moisturizing punch! Read More
Coffee does more than boost your energy — it also has a ton of skincare benefits. Read this for everything you need to know to give your skin a daily pick-me-up with coffee oil! Read More
Apples are rich in Vitamin A, B complex, and vitamin C and are loaded with antioxidants. They are known to boost immunity, aid in digestion, detoxify your liver, help with weight loss, increase the endurance of your body, whiten teeth, help with detoxification of the body, improve blood circulation, and yes... improve the appearance and health of the skin! Read this to find out everything you need to know about apple extract! Read More
Tamanu oil is relatively new to the U.S., so research is still surfacing in regard to its proven benefits and treatments for various skin conditions, but we've got all of the information you need on this exotic skincare ingredient. Read this to find out tamanu oil benefits and uses.
You've probably reached for a caffeinated drink when you've been tired, but did you know caffeine has the ability to perk up your skin, too? Read this to find out what caffeine can do for your complexion. Read More