While you can’t stop the process of ageing, you can most definitely delay it. As you get older, your body’s internal processes slow down and take longer to complete or recharge. This leads to visible signs of aging, like fine lines and wrinkles to occur. These changes sometimes can happen earlier than expected, hence the term “premature” aging. Here are some ways you can delay it.
When it comes to skincare products, there are two that win the trophy for sparking wonder, and a bit of confusion too - yes, you guessed it right - Eye Cream and Face Serum. With wonder follows the inevitable question - “How will these small bottles make a big difference in my skincare regimen?” Well, the answer couldn’t be simpler- both these products are highly concentrated solutions that believe in delivering real time results.
Simply put, serums are like oasis in the dessert, even a little can do a lot! These are tiny bottles of potent and effective active ingredients that work overtime to solve all your skin woes. Here’s a simple, no-nonsense guide on how to correctly mix different serums and what not to do.
The very first step in taking care of the biggest organ of your body is to identify its type. Using randomly picked products without first knowing your skin type and expecting your skin to respond positively to those products is like trying to hit the bull’s eye with a blind-fold on. It’s imperative to feed your skin with only the kind of food that will suit it or it could do more harm than good to your skin. Here's the easiest way to identify your skin type.
Almost everyone would agree that if you need to lose weight, heal or clean your system - detox is the answer. However, depriving the body of vital vitamins and minerals can weaken the body’s ability to fight infections and inflammation. You can get similar results by following these 10 healthy tips!
Oily skin is caused when the sebaceous glands in our skin produce excess oil or sebum. This sebum along with sweat is pushed through the pores of the skin. If you have oily skin you have higher chances of clogged pores resulting in blackheads, pimples and acne. Here is the best skincare routine for oily skin.
With corona virus taking a toll on everyone's lifestyle, it gets challenging to carry on with our usual routine. Now that most of us are working from home and all our time is being spent indoors, merely washing our hands isn't enough to take care of our skin. Try these 6 stay-at-home skincare tips and give your skin the extra TLC it needs this influenza season.
Love to try out new products but worried for your sensitive skin? Trust us, we understand you - sensitive skin can be difficult to manage. Read on to know how you can care for your sensitive skin in just 6 steps that'll help make it better, healthier and glowing!
These are the 3 super easy steps to get that GLOW! These steps will ensure glowing, fresh and youthful skin. The most basic skincare routine can be summarized in 3 alphabets - CTM- the essence of any skincare routine regardless of age or skin type. Read for more details.
As far as superstar vitamins for your skin go, Vitamin C gets all the attention. It’s for good reason, of course—Vitamin C is the brightening essential that skin-care devotees hoard for their regimen. But there’s another equally important vitamin that’s often overlooked, and that is (drumroll, please) Vitamin B3.
It’s almost that time of the year—time to plan your New Year resolutions. While you may have several challenges like fitness, healthy eating, less screen time and many more, why not add skincare too? With a quick list of skin care resolutions, your skin will get all the TLC it deserves!
Handmade soaps made with natural oils, cleanse just as well as conventional soaps without any of the irritation. And - handmade soap contains glycerin which is a natural byproduct of the soap making process, an excellent moisturizer and also one of the reasons that handmade soap is so good for your skin! Glycerin helps attract moisture from the air maintaining moisture in the skin throughout the day.