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People often assume that anything natural or organic is better. Marijuana is natural and poison ivy is organic.
For centuries, women have been trying to defy aging – from soaking in milk baths to daily facial masks – anything to preserve their youthful complexions. “Forever young, I want to be forever young” (and look forever young) from Alphaville’s Forever Young hit song speaks of the universal fear of mortality – aging included. Then making attempts to erase all its reminders sure seem reasonable.
“Sensitive” is an over-used term especially where skin type is concerned. Many claim to have sensitive skin just because they may have encountered an incident or two with a product. The truth of the matter is that most people who claim to have sensitive skin actually don’t.
Good skin starts with good habits and that means getting the basics of skincare essentials right and knowing what and when to use them. Noob or not, here’s a refresh on the basics of what you should be using every day.
Cleansing may be the most basic step in any skincare routine but there’s more to this first step than just applying cleansing soap on the face and then washing it off with water. Washing your face is vital in removing dirt and oil (and makeup) every day
If you haven’t begun to incorporate facial masks into your skincare regime yet, we suggest you read this.
How many times have we bought a product on impulse – whether because you’re drawn to its packaging, attractive price tag, the freebie that comes with purchase or because of an enticing ad image, we’re all guilty of it. In fact, we all fall under the trap of feel-good, smell-good and look-good products all the time.
It is a mountain flower that is able to adapt to the high levels of solar radiation. So what makes this botanical so special? This extract is exceptionally rich in phenylpropanoids, a powerful antioxidant and free radical scavenger, that helps to stimulate cellular detoxification systems, protect from inflammation, prevent and reverse photo-aging caused by light radiations from Ultraviolet (UV), Infrared (IR), and Blue light. Incidentally, this flowering bud has also traditionally been used as folk medicine in Korea and China to treat vascular diseases and numerous eye infections such as conjunctival congestion and even simple glaucoma.