amino You can go weeks, months, or even years without seeing a breakout, but when your hormones are triggered, hormonal breakouts almost always follow. Your hormones can fluctuate for many different reasons, like pregnancy, hormone imbalances or disorders, menopause, or even just your monthly cycle. Not sure hormones are the cause of your acne? Look for these symptoms: 1) When do your breakouts occur?
If your breakouts flare up at the same time every month, then it's likely
Summer poses some unique challenges when it comes to skin care. Between sweat, humidity, heat, UV rays, and swimming pool chlorine, summer can wreak havoc on your skin. Keep reading to see the hot weather skin care you need to keep your skin fresh, comfortable and looking its best. Summer skin care essentials "My clients always ask me how to keep their skin looking good in the summer time. My answer is always a good skin routine, water, rest, and SUNSCREEN – even if it's not
They might be famous for their dietary benefits, but it's been no secret to us that probiotics are the little-known ingredient your anti-aging skin care is probably missing. The topical application of probiotics (pioneered back in 2006 by Bioelements) is now getting the seal of approval from the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD). They've just named probiotics a "Beauty Breakthrough" and announced that early research links the use of probiotics to improved skin conditions
If you struggle with breakthrough shine, an oily t-zone, large pores, clogged pores, or just overall oily skin you are not alone. Excess oil is one of the top skin concerns people have, especially in warmer months. Keep reading to find out our best tips for managing excess oil along with the best oily skin products you should use. Tips to keep excess oil at bay Excess oil production can be caused several external factors, or it can just be your natural skin type. To manage ex
Everything To Know About Barrier Repair for Great Skin When it comes to skin, most of our biggest frustrations are the consequence of one thing: a compromised skin barrier. Strong skin barriers protect the skin from harmful substances that would otherwise penetrate and absorb into the skin. The skin has several "barriers" – cellular walls, circulatory and lymphatic vessels, and the walls that separate each layer of the skin. The surface layer - the hydrolipidic barrier - is t