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Your face is your “window into the world.” Just like brushing your teeth, taking good care of your facial skin should come as a second nature to you; not just because of yourself, but because healthy, glowing skin is a good way to present yourself to the world.
If you want to read more about this topic, feel free to browse around out “Face Tips” category.
It’s funny how we direct so much of our attention to such a small portion of our overall skin (the face), as compared to the rest of our body.
The aim of this category is to change all that and give you some “Body Skincare Tips“.
Though the main topic of our blog is skincare tips, we’d like to spread out more into the “hair” category as it plays such an important role in our everyday life (at least when it comes to looks).
And here is where you’d fine out more about “Hair Care“.
No skincare blog would be complete without a whole category dedicated to all the accessories and “orphan” topics we can’t put in any of the above categories.
This is where we will put our generic advice and talk about stuff that is related to skincare – “Accessories“
We’ve decided to divide our content into two general categories: tips and reviews; and here are some of these review categories.
The first, and most important, one deals with facial skin products, where we will discuss cleansers, toners, moisturizers and mode. You can see it here – “Face Product Reviews“
Second in line is, of course, the body category. Here, we’ll be talking about products that will help you maintain a healthy, smooth skin; products that will help you, not only look, but smell fantastic as well!
You can read more about it here – “Body Products Reviews“
I have to say that steaming is not one of my favorite skincare procedures. I try to force myself to steam my face from time to time, but I don’t find it enjoyable or therapeutic as some of you might. But it does help with my clogged pores and my oily skin!So, how often should you do it, how often should
I already talked about the problem of oily face when you wake up, but today I’ll be zeroing in on the forehead. I’ll try to cover as much as I can and answer some of the questions our readers are struggling with the most. Questions such as “why is my forehead oily,” “why is it oilier when compared to the rest
I’m not one for exaggeration. I’m quite the opposite; I do everything in moderation – eating, drinking, sleeping, and, of course, taking care of my skin. No matter the skincare ingredient, product, or routine, I always make sure I follow the instructions to the letter. If it says on the label “rinse it off after 6 minutes,” I will pull out
Over the past decade, we’ve seen a dramatic shift in how we perceive bar soaps. When I got my first block of soap, as a kid, I was so proud; it may sound silly to you now, but it felt like I was one step closer to that awesome world of adults! Soon after, I got my first razor; my father
I see a lot of websites and authors nowadays talking about green tea, listing its benefits as far as the eye can see. This got me interested, and I wanted to dig a bit deeper and see if all this is just marketing hype or is this tea as good as people seem to give it credit. So, today, I wanted
I can’t tell you how many times I heard my dad telling me how trying to pop a pimple only makes it worse. And I can’t tell you how many times I did not listen. But growing up as a teenager with acne, you don’t have time to think about the consequences of your actions. The only thing that matters
When I was in my teen years, my biggest skin concern was acne. It so happened that my oily skin was a perfect breeding ground for these little whitehead bastards. Fast forward to my early 20s, my acne finally started to clear out, but I started to notice a different problem altogether – small holes on my face started to
OK, I’m officially at risk of running a blog where we just talk about what can you put on your face and what it’ll do to your skin! My very first article was one about applying a face mask overnight, followed by “Applying olive oil on your face overnight,” and the topic of the last one was should you apply
If you know me and took the time to browse around the website, you probably noticed I like to talk about the topic and problems I personally went through. I feel that this is the way to go as this allows me to understand your frustration better and to identify with your condition on a more personal level. And peeling skin
I’m pretty sure that title was a bit of a mouthful, but I just wanted to make sure I covered every issue involving toner and your skin. Some people talk about a toner burning their skin, while others might say it stings or tingle but they are all basically talking about the same thing and wondering if it’s normal.The answer
Oh god, the very act of writing this title sent shivers down my spine… I’m not ashamed to admit sleeping is one of my all-time favorite activities, so naturally, lack of it will completely ruin my day. And nothing will keep you up at night as the feeling of hot, sunburnt skin rubbing off your sheets. This is one of the
I was never too concerned with forehead wrinkles during my 20’s (I just turned 30 this year… scary) mostly because I didn’t have any. Though my oily skin (and oily forehead) gave me quite a bit of trouble growing up (acne… lots and lots of acne), one of its main advantages is not being prone to wrinkles. I remember that, during