Written By Jennifer Raskin / Reviewed By Ray Spotts
Go check your bathroom vanity and you’re bound to find hydroxy acids in your skincare products. Each one has special benefits to the skin with some being better than others for your particular skin type. Choosing them wisely will have the best benefits.
Written By Kassandra Foreman / Reviewed By Ray Spotts
Zinc oxide is often used in skincare products to reduce itching, redness, inflammation, and even minor burns and irritations. This is a popular ingredient for products for all ages from diaper rash to chapped skin and burns.
Sweet almond oil offers a diverse range of characteristics that help create clean, clear, healthy skin that heals easily and is suitable for all skin types.
Whether it’s the weather or something you’ve come into contact with, spotting the clues your skin gives you will help determine if your skin is hypersensitive.
Thyme is an herb that is easily grown and seems undeterred by drought-like conditions or harsh winters. It can grow in many varieties, but they all have similar health and beauty benefits due to the make-up of the herb and its properties.
Blue light therapy is often used to treat sun damage or skin cancer growths. It’s also ideal for helping with acne and skincare concerns.