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There’s a lot of talk about exfoliating acids lately. You can find them in lotions for dry and dull skin, rejuvenating serums, acne treatments, products meant to fade dark spots or increase the glow. They get recommended to us by dermatologists, influencers, celebrities…
Sooner or later you kind of want to see for yourself what they all are talking about. But which one to try? How do they work and which acid would work better for a specific skin problem you are trying to treat?
You know that sinking feeling when you invest in an expensive, super hyped product everyone seems to love, and it does nothing for your skin? You went with a rich, thick lotion hoping it would moisturize and brighten your dry complexion, but it turned out your skin prefers quite a different kind of approach.
Maybe your skin wasn’t dry after all? Maybe instead of oils and butter, it needed a different kind of hydration?
This actually happens a lot. Many women think they know their skin type, but there are so many small similarities between different types it is quite easy to overlook some really important signs.
Both nutritionists and dermatologists agree - what you eat greatly affects the condition of your skin.
And while some people roll their eyes at yet another thing they need to worry about, think of it as an advantage. Healthy nutrition is a great way to support your skin from the inside, enhance the effectiveness of your skincare products and get a healthy glow quickly.
Here are five examples of the foods both your gut and your skin will love:
There are certain steps and products that can help you diminish the dullness and truly boost that radiance. We are talking about products that exfoliate the dead skin cells, quench the skin with hydration, and are full of skin brightening ingredients.
Here are our suggestions:
It has become an essential product in our daily skincare ritual for some time now. And it is that the facial serum is 'all in one capable of eliminating the signs of tiredness and fatigue that are reflected in the skin almost immediately.
What is it for, and how is it applied correctly? Let's dive in.
Dark circles are a skincare concern many of us are familiar with, but they’re not always talked about as often as other concerns. While some features, such as wrinkles and fine lines, are inevitable and difficult to treat, dark circles aren’t a tricky concept, and they’re often easy to avoid with a little extra self-care.
So, if you want to know what’s causing your dark circles, read on to discover all the answers.
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