Five Most Common Summer Skin Care Concerns (and What to Do About Them)

Summertime brings with it increased risk of sunburn, but that’s not the only summer skin care concern! Here’s a look at a few of the most common summertime skin issues and how you can deal with them. Blemish breakouts. When you sweat, it mixes with the bacteria and sebum on your skin, which can clog pores and lead to more pimples than usual. This is mainly … Continue reading Five Most Common Summer Skin Care Concerns (and What to Do About Them)

How Long Does a Sunburn Last?

Sunburn is the #1 summer skin care concern. Whether you’re a sun-worshipper or you try your best to avoid the sun’s damaging rays, it’s likely that your skin will experience some sunburn this summer. In order to best support your skin while it heals from sunburn, it’s helpful to know the severity levels of sunburn and what your skin may need you to do about … Continue reading How Long Does a Sunburn Last?

Treat Yourself with ATOPALM

The basics of cleanse-moisturize-protect do a lot for your skin, but if you’re not treating your specific skin care issues, you’re doing it wrong! It’s time to treat yourself with ATOPALM. It’s a common belief that simply cleansing and moisturizing will take care of your skin’s needs, but that’s not the case. While those two steps are incredibly important, they will never be enough to … Continue reading Treat Yourself with ATOPALM

Shelter-in-Place Pedicure Tips

With spas closed, getting feet summer-ready isn’t as easy (or as indulgent!) as it once was. But you don’t have to let your little piggies suffer! Follow our Korean beauty tips for a DIY, shelter-in-place pedicure that’ll have your feet looking and feeling their best. Pedicure tip #1: Soak, Soak, Soak The secret to professional-looking pedicures is to get rid of rough, dry skin. The … Continue reading Shelter-in-Place Pedicure Tips

Quarantine Self-Care: Massage

These are stressful times whether you’re stuck at home with bored kids or you’re considered essential staff and still heading out into the workforce every day. And that doesn’t even touch those in the medical industry working so tirelessly and selflessly! If you’re looking for ways to decompress and destress, start with some self-care. A self massage (or trading with a partner if you’re quarantined together) … Continue reading Quarantine Self-Care: Massage

Skin Care for Dry Hands

Influenza. Coronavirus. The common cold! This year’s “sickness season” has been especially difficult, particularly the current spread of COVID-19. Diseases each have their own method of spreading but one thing is agreed upon: washing your hands is one of the best and easiest things you can do to keep yourself healthy. We hope you practice good hand washing etiquette year-round, but if you need to … Continue reading Skin Care for Dry Hands

Maternity Skin Care Tips and the Art of Self-Care

“You’re glowing!” “You must be having a boy—you’re just getting more beautiful.” “I’ve never seen your skin so clear!” If you’re one of the lucky pregnant women who hears these comments, we are super excited for you! Pregnancy can have pretty wonderful skin-related side effects for some, including clearer skin, a healthy glow (due to increased blood flow), and a softening of the features. However, … Continue reading Maternity Skin Care Tips and the Art of Self-Care

Korean Skin Care for Chapped Winter Skin

Skin chapping and excessive irritation is much more common during winter thanks to harsh weather, outside activities, hot water, and even indoor heating! If your skin is acting up this winter, we have the Korean skin care tips you’ve been looking for.   Step one is to remember to hydrate! It’s easy to remember to drink water during summer when the weather keeps you feeling thirsty, but … Continue reading Korean Skin Care for Chapped Winter Skin

Diabetes Foot Care for Extra Dry Skin

World Diabetes Day was held this past week, and we are continuing to bring awareness to the skin care aspects of diabetes. Those who do not suffer from diabetes—or have loved ones who deal with the disease—often do not realize that the skin is hugely affected by diabetes. Those with diabetes are more prone to dry, dehydrated skin. Lips become chapped more easily, and it … Continue reading Diabetes Foot Care for Extra Dry Skin

Travel Skin Care Tips for the Holidays

Traveling during the holidays may be something you look forward to or something you dread, but either way one thing’s for certain: travel requires you to think ahead when it comes to skin care. Airplanes can leave skin feeling dry and dehydrated, while sitting in the car for hours at a time may make your skin feel grimy and clammy. Different water types at grandma’s … Continue reading Travel Skin Care Tips for the Holidays