Tag: acne

Perfect Pairs: Your Guide to Beauty Dynamic Duos

Breakfast this morning. My sinful peanut butter and jelly generously spread on a warm bed of thick white toast. I looked across the table, my husband was about to dig into his freshly prepared maple syrup waffles. Before that, he scooped up a teaspoon of creamy vanilla bean ice-cream. Do I like peanut butter? Continue Reading

Acne Fighters That Come Out Tops

If you’re having some trouble finding an effective acne solution, you’ve come to the right place. You watch every commercial and read every magazine article you find but still can’t find an acne treatment that works for you. Everyone’s skin is a little different and sometimes it takes more than a single type of Continue Reading

Clear Victory – Top 4 Solutions For Adult Acne

Do you feel as if you’re going on 16 all over again with oily skin, mushrooming blackheads and whiteheads, and a pimply explosion on your chin or jawline that just wouldn’t quit? You’re not alone. Adult women experience breakouts much more commonly than most might think. A study in the Journal of Women’s Health found that Continue Reading

Best Exfoliation for Your Skin Type

Going through a complexion rough patch? Whether you are 18, spotted and bothered, or 68 and perplexed by crinkles and dry flaky skin, exfoliation is crucial to get smoother, clearer, softer skin. “Each skin type tend to benefit from a different type of exfoliator whether you have oily skin, dry skin, or even acne. And Continue Reading

The Good, The Bad, and The Oily

Oily skin has a bad reputation. Anyone struggling with a mess of greasy shine, sliding makeup, angry zits, bumpy clogs, blackheads and gaping pores would understandably find the presence of sebum (the fancy medical name for oil) an absolute curse. Before you reach for the kitchen degreaser, know that Mother Nature, in her mysterious Continue Reading

Ask SKIN – Do I Need to Let My Skin Breathe?

DO I NEED TO LET MY SKIN BREATHE? When people talk about skin “breathing”, they’re usually referring to whether the skin is occluded or not. Skin occlusion can promote acne – sebum, dead skin cells and yes, makeup, tend to clump together to form comedones (plugs of gunk that clog pores, a.k.a blackheads and Continue Reading