If you have dry, acne-prone skin, you know how hard it is to find a cream to address all your concerns at once. Most people associate acne blemishes with oily skin, but the truth is that many dry conditions (such as rosacea) can cause acne breakouts, leaving skin both dry and broken out. Why does dry skin break out? The answer to this varies. In … Continue reading Acne Care for Dry Skin
Even if you don’t normally have sensitive skin, chances are you’ve had a handful of times in your life when your skin has become irritated. Maybe during an illness, or after using a new skin care product that was poorly formulated. Other common causes of short-term irritation can be in-office skin procedures, or exposure to irritants like poison oak and ivy. Regardless of the cause, Cicarelief Cream is … Continue reading Best Skin Care for Irritated Skin
It’s the first step of any good skin care regimen, but it’s also the most skipped step! For some reason, face washing has become the annoying little sister of skin care, even though it takes only minutes and provides countless benefits. Here’s a look at why you should wash your face, and how you can make this sometimes annoying task a little easier. 1) It keeps skin clear. … Continue reading Wash Your Face!
Your entire body is covered in skin pores. Impossible to see on most of your body, these pores are actually just the surface opening to the millions of hair follicles your body has. These hair follicles are responsible for not only growing hair, but also emitting sebum (skin oil) which simultaneously expels dead skin cells and works to nourish and protect the skin. While it’s true that an … Continue reading All About Skin Pores
In the world of skin care advice, nothing is more talked about than dealing with breakouts. Whether you suffer from acne, or you only see the occasional pimple, here’s the lowdown on what you should – and should not – do to regain a clear complexion. Do thoroughly cleanse your skin at night. You should be doing this anyway, but doubly so if you’re experiencing a breakout. At … Continue reading How to Handle Breakouts
Believe it or not, oily skin and acne-prone skin need to moisturize, too. If you experience excess oil or acne, you may feel like the last thing your skin needs is an emollient, but it’s actually essential to your skin’s health! The truth is, a good acne moisturizer may even help your skin become clearer and more beautiful. Moisturizing success for acne-prone skin lies in your product choice. Choose wisely, … Continue reading Moisturizing Oily and Acne-Prone Skin
Blemishes, zits, pimples, breakouts…Whatever you call them, chances are you hate them. Even if you don’t have acne-prone skin, you’re likely to experience quite a few blemishes in your lifetime, especially if you have oily skin or fluctuating hormones. Some people suggest letting a breakout run its course, forbidding picking and popping, and even topical acne skin treatments. But, I’m here to say that you don’t have to let … Continue reading Best Blemish Treatments