Learn how to care for sensitive skin to avoid reactions and reclaim your skin natural balance and resilience.
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Do lightweight sunscreens provide enough sun protection? Lightweight sunscreen formulas have a higher risk of not providing the sun protection they promise. Learn more in this article.
Azelaic acid may not be the most hyped skincare ingredient, but, frankly speaking, it deserves way more recognition. Despite its underappreciated status, azelaic acid boasts a myriad of evidence-backed benefits, including combating acne, mitigating rosacea, addressing hyperpigmentation, and fighting against free radicals.
Have you recently noticed your skin turning into a battleground of reactions? Is your once-placid complexion now flaring up at your go-to beauty products? You’re not alone. Suddenly sensitive skin can perplex anyone. Here’s a breakdown of why it might be happening and what you can do about it.
Struggling to decide which face oil to choose? Sunflower seed oil might not be the most glamorous or exotic of skincare oils, but it could actually be the best for your skin.
Discover the impressive potential of CBD in skincare and learn about the risks. Our evidence-based exploration covers the CBD potential for treating acne, eczema, psoriasis and combating inflammation.
Get the facts about petrolatum, a top ingredient in skincare. Learn how this powerful moisturizer soothes, protects, and hydrates the skin. Plus, discover why it’s trending on social media and how it’s safe even for the most sensitive skin areas.
If you’ve been grappling with the frustrating skin condition called rosacea, you may have been advised to steer clear of retinoids. This advice typically stems from concerns that retinoids can further irritate your already inflamed skin. But here’s something that may surprise you: retinoids, in fact, are commonly used in rosacea medical treatments.
If you have sensitive or reactive skin, what not to do is at least as important as what you actively undertake in terms of skincare. Learn what ingredients and skincare practices to avoid to reduce your skin sensitivity issues and help heal your skin barrier.
Opting for Fragrance-Free Skincare: A Skin-Friendly ChoiceIs the smell of your skincare products hurting your skin? It's a question we often don't think about. Yes, the scents can be nice, but they can also cause problems. About one in three skin issues from cosmetics...
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