You’ve got your skincare routine nailed, but what about your lip care routine? Did you know that the skin on your lips is different from the skin on the rest of your face and body? In this article, I’ll be explaining the different ways that the skin on your lips differs from the rest…
If you thought that acne would only affect you in your teenage years, you may have been surprised to continue experiencing breakouts well into your 20s and 30s.
You’re not alone.
In fact, up to 80% of 18-30 year-olds and 5% of people over 30 experience acne.
As premature aging can begin to show as early as 25, you may find that you’re dealing with acne at the same time you’re trying to treat fine lines and wrinkles.
So what’s the best way to treat acne and skin aging at the same time?
What are the best anti-aging products for acne-prone skin?
Retin-A (a brand name for tretinoin) is one of the most researched anti-aging and anti-acne treatments available. It’s incredibly effective. However, a well-known side-effect of tretinoin is skin irritation which can leave you with red, inflamed, and flakey skin. For this reason, a good moisturizer is essential, but what are the best moisturizers to use with Retin-A/ Tretinoin?
Here’s a rundown of what to look for in a moisturizer when using Retin-A and which are the best moisturizers to use with Retin-A based on your skin type or concern.
A good cleanser is an essential staple in even the most basic of skincare routines, but how do you know which one is right for your skin type and condition? When it comes to oily skin and large pores, there are a huge variety of cleansers that claim to help, but which is the best cleanser for oily skin and large pores?
Here is a quick overview of what causes oily skin and large pores, which ingredients to look for, as well as the best cleanser for oily skin and large pores according to your skin type.
Are you suffering from red, inflamed skin that leaves you looking permanently embarrassed? This type of redness is a common complaint for those who suffer with acne, rosacea, or sensitive skin. Sure, redness is easily covered with make-up, but why cover it up when you can fix the underlying causes instead?
That’s where the right skincare ingredients come in!
A number of skincare ingredients are excellent at targeting the underlying causes of redness and skin flushing, such as inflammation and irritation.
These ingredients generally work by directly reducing inflammation or by improving the skin’s barrier function and, thus, soothing and calming the skin.
Before we dive deep into the details of these redness-reducing skincare ingredients, let’s have a quick look at the role of the skin’s barrier and why damage to this barrier can cause irritation and inflammation.