Put a Spring in Your Step with At-Home Foot Care

You don’t have to spend a chunk of money at a spa to get spring-ready feet! DIY foot care tips for caring for your feet and toenails will go a long way toward getting your feet ready for sandals! Perhaps you don’t want to get a pedicure because of COVID fears, money concerns, medical conditions like toenail fungus or diabetes, or any other reason, really. … Continue reading Put a Spring in Your Step with At-Home Foot Care

A Parent’s Guide to Skin Care for Babies and Kids

Caring for your little one’s skin may seem overwhelming, especially if your baby or child suffers from a skin condition. The good news is that, while caring for your child’s skin is an important task, it does not need to feel complicated or stressful! Since young skin typically functions healthfully with only a little assistance, making sure to stay on top of your child’s skin … Continue reading A Parent’s Guide to Skin Care for Babies and Kids

What is Hyaluronic Acid, and Why You Want It

Hyaluronic acid is a staple in many skin care formulations, but have you ever looked into why it’s such a popular skin care ingredient? The answer is all at once amazing and completely obvious! Hyaluronic acid is your skin’s natural hydrator. In that way, it’s obvious why people would put it into skin care. It’s what your skin knows, which means your skin will absorb … Continue reading What is Hyaluronic Acid, and Why You Want It

The Dos and Don’ts of Face Shaving

Shaving your face is a personal choice, regardless of gender. While our society views face shaving as a male-only activity, it turns out that many women have been shaving their faces all along and not talking about it. Enter eyebrow razors. These sharp, tiny razors have opened up the conversation about shaving upper lips, peach fuzz, chin hairs, and of course eyebrow hairs! They’re also … Continue reading The Dos and Don’ts of Face Shaving

COVID-19 Skin Care Survival Kit

COVID-19 has altered everything, from our social lives to our skin’s health. While we’re all trying to balance the stress, confusion, and frustration of a mid-COVID lifestyle, worrying about our skin shouldn’t be an added complication. If you’ve been experiencing signs of stress in your skin, such as excessive dryness, irritated hands, rashes, a worsening of preexisting skin conditions, or mask-related blemishes, we have what … Continue reading COVID-19 Skin Care Survival Kit

Post-Workout Skin Care Tips

It’s no secret that January sees a spike in people working out and committing to a healthier lifestyle. Most people make this decision to lose weight, improve their health, and increase strength and energy, but there’s another benefit many folks don’t know about—healthier skin. Working out helps skin in a number of ways. First off, exercising promotes healthy cortisol levels, which is the hormone related … Continue reading Post-Workout Skin Care Tips

New Year, New You, New Skin Care Products

We’re ready to say goodbye to this dumpster fire of a year and start fresh in 2021! Join us in taking the whole New Year, New You mentality very seriously this year. We can’t wait to take self-care and YOLO to all new levels, beginning with our skin care products. Did you know that skin care products expire? Now ask yourself when you last checked … Continue reading New Year, New You, New Skin Care Products

Stress and Skin Care

Have you felt stressed this year? Joking aside, stress is a very real issue with many health ramifications, one of which is your skin’s health. Dermatologists agree that the skin reflects inner health, and that includes mental health. There is a strong brain-skin connection that causes the skin to experience inflammation, premature skin aging, and blemish flare-ups in times of increased stress. Stress releases cortisol, … Continue reading Stress and Skin Care

Dry Hand Problems: When to See a Dermatologist

It’s not surprising to see dry skin in winter, especially on the hands. Between indoor heating, harsh weather, and hand washing (so.much.hand washing), the hands are usually the first area to show excessively dry skin. But what is “normal dry” and how does it differ from dry skin that should be addressed by a dermatologist? The skin becomes dry when the epidermis (the skin’s top … Continue reading Dry Hand Problems: When to See a Dermatologist

Blemish-Prone Skin Care Tips for Cold Weather

When we think of cold weather affecting skin, we think of dry skin—rosacea, chapping, and the like. But what about blemish-prone skin during cold weather? Those with problem skin often experience worse breakouts during winter without ever knowing why. Well, we’re here to explain why breakouts can be worse during winter, and what to do about it! The first reason is somewhat obvious: temperature. Cold … Continue reading Blemish-Prone Skin Care Tips for Cold Weather