Women (and some men of course) will go to extreme lengths in the name of beauty – there is no doubt about it. But where do we draw the line?
Would you blot urine on your face in the name of health and beauty?
Experts Say Wrinkle Creams Can Make Skin Worse: Many women spend a small fortune on anti-aging creams in hopes of regaining their once youthful appearances. Many of us are guilty of slathering these lotions and potions on our faces simply because they say ‘anti-aging’ on the cover. One skin expert, however, argues that some of these creams could be wreaking mayhem on our skin, leading to clogged pores, breakouts and essentially a leap in cases of adult acne – 50% of adult women suffer at some point and anti-aging creams may be the culprit!
With the temperatures beginning to Fall and the darkness creeping in it is clear the fall is definitely upon us. With the changing seasons it is important to keep your skincare routines in check. You may notice your skin changing with the seasons, at this time of year it is beginning to lose some of that moisture that summer kept in so well. It is vital to keep your skincare up to date during this skin confusing transition. A good fall routine will make sure to correct any damage leftover from the harsh summer sun and also prepare your skin for the oncoming winter. Here we give you some small ways to brighten up your skin for Fall.
There’s no escaping pollution. When it comes to the planet, humans tend to leave a rather messy trail in their wake, pollution being one of those nasty left-overs. Not only is this bad for the environment, not to mention your health but now we know it is also detrimental to our skin. But before you pack up and head for the mountains, there are things that you can do to prevent, or at least reduce the effects of pollution on your skin. Keep reading to find out how.
Although you can dash to the spa and squeeze in a microdermabrasion treatment during the summer it is often ill advised. The abrasive treatment is prone to making your skin much more sensitive and exposed. After all, it is essentially removing the outer layer of dead skin cells making the new delicate skin much more susceptible to burning in the sun. Therefore, if you are undergoing microdermabrasion during the hot summer months you ought to be using a sunscreen lotion of SPF 50 and do your best to steer clear of the sun as much as possible.
Jiggly arms and thighs? Stubborn cellulite creeping its way up your legs? Face looking a little dull? We’ve got the best tips and advice to get you ready for the heat this summer right here!