Most of us have surely gone through holy grail products when it comes to skincare and makeup. We all have products we swear by and repurchase because it does the job and it does it well. However, every once in a while, though our skincare routine is working perfectly fine, we come across new recommendations that we are curious to try.
Unfortunately, there are times when we’re incorporating a new product into our regimen, it causes reactions on our skin. We may just perceive as ‘skin purging,’ but is it really normal or is it a cause for alarm?
We’ve come to know the glass-skin trend for focusing on creating a flawless, radiant, dewy finish that can appear poreless and shiny like glass. Despite that ultra-sleek finish, it can also gloss over any imperfections that might be lying underneath.
Cloudless skin, on the other hand, refers to a nearly transparent, radiant, and blemish-free visage that is achieved from the inside out.
The Ancient Greeks hold claim to being the first people to use honey as a beauty product ingredient. Today, you will find honey in an array of beauty products from face masks and shampoo, to body creme and more.
The honey that is sitting in your kitchen cabinets is seeping with secret beauty powers to help nourish your body when you eat it, and also beautify you on the outside.
Face mists have become a staple in many a beauty junkie’s top shelf. It seems like there’s a mist for everything ― hydrating, calming, soothing, moisturizing ― but the skin care skeptics of the world would likely dismiss them as gimmicky bottles of fancy, (sometimes) scented water.
How do you know if they’re actually worth it? We spoke to three dermatologists to get some answers.
Have you ever wondered what it takes to get beautiful skin, hair, and nails like a celebrity? Sometimes it’s not as easy as buying a high-end product. Celebrities oftentimes go through expensive and even slightly outrageous measures for beauty.
Here are seven offensively expensive beauty treatments that celebrities subscribe to.
With her breast cancer in remission for a year, Shannen Doherty underwent her breast reconstruction in May, opting against the more traditional silicone implants.
The actress, 47, decided to undergo a stacked DIEP flap surgery, where the breast is recreated with tissue made up of skin and fat from the lower abdomen. And in Doherty’s case, she actually had to gain weight to get her body ready.
For folks with sensitive skin, even the most seemingly harmless and soothing ingredients can sometimes cause an adverse reaction. So when it comes to retinol, a form of pure vitamin A that aids in cell turnover for healthier skin, those with sensitive skin should tread lightly, as the ingredient has a track record of inducing irritation.
We spoke with several dermatologists and gathered their best tips and tricks for using retinol on delicate and hypersensitive skin types.
When it comes to treating the signs of aging, many women used to take a wait-and-see approach. As in, wait until they see a wrinkle or age spot, then do something about it. Not anymore.
According to dermatologist Harold Lancer, MD (whose Beverly Hills office is frequented by Kim Kardashian, as well as Margot Robbie and Brie Larson), his twenty- to thirtysomething patients have learned from their mothers and become the what-if generation.
As in, “I may not have forehead lines now, but what if I get them when I’m 40?” Here’s how they’re taking steps to slow aging skin.
Do you really know what retinol does? Do you really know why you’re supposed to use it, or why most dermatologists consider it pure magic? Do you even really know how to apply it?
I’m here to break down everything you’ve ever wanted—and never knew you wanted—to know about retinol, so you can reap all of its smoothing, brightening, firming, and zit-killing benefits fast, without hardcore irritating your skin.
The desire for a larger bottom is becoming more popular, with the number of so-called Brazilian butt lifts more than doubling in the last five years.
However, a recent high-profile case involving a doctor in Miami who was banned from operating after the death of a patient during surgery, highlights the risks associated with having this procedure. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the Brazilian butt lift (BBL) has the highest rate of death of all aesthetic procedures.