Every day we hear a story about how this toner is the best for your face or how this toner can clear acne and all sorts of different claims about how important it is to use a toner on your skin. What is toner and what does it do for your skin and how can it benefit you? ..
During the winter, the weather is cold and dry. Dry, cold air depletes moisture from your skin, which makes it susceptible to peeling and cracking. If you're like many people, you're in a rush. Regardless of the rush you're in, don't leave your home with damp skin. Exposing wet skin to the outside elements causes your skin to dry out at a much quicker rate than stepping out into the elements with dry skin. Here's more information about skincare for winter. ..
One of the biggest keys to maintaining healthy, smooth, vibrant skin is properly regulating your skin’s pH balance. A good amount of the American populace isn’t even aware of the correlation between the two. Now, if you remember from Chemistry class, pH ranges from 0 (the most acidic) to 14 (the most alkaline). A pH of 7 is perfectly neutral; it’s even the normal pH level for water. ..
It happens to everyone. The occasional hot day, a rigorous workout or a slight case of the nerves. Sweating is a perfectly natural human bodily function. In fact, sweat serves several essential purposes for our bodies. However, most people are confused about both the positive and negative impacts sweat can have on our skin. Below, we have a breakdown of both with information concerning acne prevention and sensitive skincare tips. ..