Lifestyle




Your Fifties

In this 4-part series, we'll discuss unique advice and tips on keeping skin beautiful at every age. Skin profile Skin in the fifties (and beyond) is very different then skin in your twenties and your thirties.The effect of menopause (and the subsequent loss of estrogen) will speed up many of the changes you may have noticed in your forties. Skin will feel drier, and fine lines may begin to develop in the hollows of your cheeks.Read More >

Lifestyle




Your Forties

In this 4-part series, we'll discuss unique advice and tips on keeping skin beautiful at every age. Skin profile Entering your forties, you may find your skin has become drier, and has lost some of the elasticity from your twenties—especially around the jaw, the eyes, and the ears. The fine lines you began to see in your thirties may have become deeper around the expression areas (eyes, mouth, and forehead).Read More >

Lifestyle




Your Thirties

In this 4-part series, we'll discuss unique advice and tips on keeping skin beautiful at every age. Skin profile In your thirties, skin loses a lot of the oiliness it had during your twenties. Expression lines may become more etched, especially around the forehead, eyes, and lips—though these signs of aging may be mitigated by wearing sunglasses outside and not smoking.Read More >

Lifestyle




Your Twenties

In this 4-part series, we'll discuss unique advice and tips on keeping skin beautiful at every age. Skin profile The skin of someone in their twenties tends to be on the oilier side, leaning towards an oilier t-zone and hairline—especially the nose. For most twentysomethings, there is no problem with firmness or elasticity, but those with significant sun exposure may already be seeing uneven pigmentation, freckling, and fine lines.Read More >

Face




Don’t get shattered if you wake up with a sudden breakout!

Flare-ups have a knack for hitting us when we least expect it. If you wake up with a sudden breakout and have no time to visit the dermatologist, fight back with these quick tips: Apply a warm, damp compress (like a washcloth) to the affected area for 15 minutes Gently dry the area, and apply a small amount of any cream or lotion containing 1% hydrocortisone. (They can be found over-the-counter at your local drugstore.) Leave on for an hour before removing.Read More >

Beauty Tips




Quick tip to brighten up your face

Instant radiance can be accomplished by exfoliating skin. Look for a gentle product with round synthetic beads and For added glow, brush your skin lightly with a mineral powder containing light-deflecting particles, then top with a highlighter along the cheekbones and the top of brow. (These are the areas where light naturally reflects.Read More >