What is micellar water? And what is it going to do for your skin? Simply put, micellar water is a cleanser that is effective for removing dirt, oil, and makeup from the face. Micellar water - believe it or not - can save your skin!
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
The amount of sebum the body produces directly correlates with how oily the skin is. (Sebum and oil, however, are not the same thing!) No clue what sebum actually is or how to maintain optimal sebum production? Read this to find out! Read More
Dealing with eczema can be uncomfortable and exhausting. And when it appears on your face, it makes it even harder to ignore.Butwe're here to help! We’ve got everything you need to know about those dry, itchy patches of skin, including five ways to treat facial eczema naturally. Read More
The air is getting crisp, the temperatures are dropping, and gone are the glowing, dewey complexions of summer. It's officially dry skin season! Read this to find out everything you need to know to combat dry skin this fall! Read More
Creating a natural skincare routine doesn't have to be complicated! We’ve put together a simple, natural skincare routine for every skin type -- including the exact types of products you should be looking for based on yours. 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
When people spot a dry patch or clogged pore area, they reach for the scrubbers and scour away as if searching for some hidden answer. But if blemish-free skin is what you’re looking for, the answer has already surfaced: don’t over-exfoliate. Read this to find out how often you should exfoliate based on your skin type.
Witch hazel comes from the North American flowering shrub Hamamelis virginiana. Full of tannins and antioxidants, witch hazel works as a natural astringent used mostly for treating skin conditions like eczema and acne. Read this to discover five reasons to introduce witch hazel into your beauty 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. Read More
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! Read More
Choosing the best products for your skin type can be as easy as taking a stroll through the beauty section of a department store, but it can also be challenging since there are so many options to choose from. Learn how to master the marketplace to find what your skin needs! Read More