Did you know that caffeine is the world’s most widely consumed psychoactive drug?
I have to admit that I’m a bit of a caffeine addict; you don’t want to mess with me before I’ve had my morning cup of coffee!
In addition to being a caffeine addict, I am, of course, a skin care fanatic, which is why I am definitely interested in skin care products that contain caffeine. While caffeine is purported to provide numerous skin benefits, it is most often used for skin tightening in products such as eye creams and anti-cellulite products.
With fall right around the corner, I've been on the hunt for a new moisturizer to meet the needs of the changing weather. I currently use the Dr. Lin Skincare Daily Hydrating Gel since its lightweight, hydrating formula is perfect for hot summer months. However, as the weather starts to cool down and the air becomes dry, I've been looking for a thicker moisturizer that contains skin-replenishing ingredients, and I think I've found the perfect product: the SkinCeuticals Triple Lipid Restore 2:4:2.
I’ve been following the ketogenic diet for the past several months and I have to say that my skin is looking better than I’ve ever seen it! If you want to learn more about how to try the ketogenic diet for healthy skin, click to read more!
If you are any kind of skincare junkie like I am, you've definitely heard of peptides being used in various anti-aging products, claiming to solve pretty much every skin flaw imaginable. But what are peptides? And how do they work?
The Dr. Lin Skincare Daily Hydrating Gel promises "to soothe and rehydrate dry, irritated skin". Exactly what I needed! Keep reading to learn how the ingredients in the Dr. Lin Skincare Daily Hydrating Gel work to restore skin moisture + my results after using this product!
I wanted to write this post because I've found soo many face masks over the past few years that have really helped to clear my skin and brighten my complexion. Masks work so well because they do a little bit of everything...
The truth is, every skin type can benefit from a face oil. Skin needs oil to help maintain its hydration, especially when it is stripped of its own natural oils, such as from using too harsh of a cleanser. Before you jump on the face oil bandwagon, though, keep in mind that there is a right and wrong way to use them.
In my opinion, however, the best foundation you can wear is healthy skin. Which is this post will talk about healthy ways to prevent and get rid of dark spots as well as whether various dark spot correcting products are really worth it.
My goal is, of course, to always be confident in my own skin and not have to rely on heavy foundation/concealer/cover-up/whatever to hide my face. That’s just not what I’m about! So in this post I’m sharing 7 skin care products you need to add to your daily routine.
Drs. Katie Rodan and Kathy Fields have created a product that is truly for ALL skin, regardless of type. Because everyone could benefit from more hydration, right? Well, if moisture and hydration are what you’re looking for, this product will do the job.
You know those makeup remover wipes that come in the blue packs that are like $5 at Target? Well, I swore by those wipes for years! In the last few months, however, I have noticed that they really irritate underneath my eyes!