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.
Changes in humidity, stale air in cars and airplanes, increased sun exposure, and other natural and environmental stressors can cause a range of skin issues, most commonly breakouts and dehydration. Read this for all you need to know to create your own perfect travel skincare routine.
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!