Have you ever tried a new face wash, had it work great for a few weeks, and then watched your skin go back to its normal dry/oily/combination texture? Most face washes contain basic cleansers that are nonspecific and nonbinding to your skin.
We’ve all heard the promises skin care products make. From wrinkle reducers to line erasers, there are hundreds of products designed to tap into the fountain of youth.
If you’re using moisturizer as part of your skincare routine, give yourself a pat on the back. Moisturizers are incredibly important, especially once your hit your 30s. Around this age, the skin on your face begins to lose its ability to moisturize itself.
The sun has been making more frequent appearances and northwesterners are shedding their parkas for short sleeves and sandals. But while we attempt to soak up every minute of sunshine over the next few months, it’s important to remember just how damaging it can be to your skin.