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5 SKINCARE TIPS FOR SUMMMER GETAWAY
Are you planning to go to the beach this summer for a romantic getaway? Have you booked a family vacation in a beautiful seaside resort? If so, your skin will require some added protection from the elements - the intense heat, strong sunlight and salty water can all negatively affect your complexion! Here is our guide to healthy and hydrated skin...
What is NIACINAMIDE?
Niacinamide (also known as nicotinamide) is a form of vitamin B-3 and a skincare multitasker. Find out why it is important to include it in your skincare regimen.
How to minimize
You do not want to completely close off your pores with synthetic and toxic makeup products - that would only lead to dry skin (due to the lack of lubrication) and severe acne breakouts.
Instead, you can make them appear smaller through more natural methods, that still allow your skin’s mechanisms to function properly.
The RIGHT ORDER TO APPLY YOUR SKINCARE
What is the right order to apply your skincare products? Whether you want a simple 4 step routine for a morning in the rush or you have time for a full 11 steps regimen, the order you apply your products in matters.
Retinol, the superstar of ingredients, is a form of Vitamin A. The tiny molecules that form retinol go deep beneath the epidermis (outer layer of skin) to your dermis, rather than scraping dead skin cells as many other anti-aging and acne ingredients do.
wHAT IS SKINIMALISM
Skinimalism is the new beauty trend of 2021, that refers to a natural and glowing look. Let's keep it simple with this new trend that advocates both naturalness and minimalism!
You can never have too much of antioxidants. Antioxidants are naturally occurring vitamins and minerals—like vitamins A, C, E, and green tea—that protect your skin against free radicals. They intervene to defend your skin against pollution and environmental damage, and work deep down to improve how skin works. Discover the 6 benefits of the antioxidants, and why they are a must in your skincare routine.
Dry skin versus Dehydrated skin
While dry skin is mainly caused by low levels of oils that form the natural lipid barrier, dehydrated skin is a consequence of water deficiency.
Dry skin is also a skin condition that we are often born with, while dehydrated skin can become a characteristic of many skin types.