Peptides are amino acids that are the building blocks of certain proteins needed by the skin, like collagen, elastin and keratin. These skin proteins are naturally synthesized by our body, but as we age our body’s capacity to generate these proteins gradually diminishes. Lack of supply of peptides can lead to signs of aging such as fine lines, dark circles, sagging skin, resulting in loss of firmness and change in texture. Read more to know more about Peptides and how to choose the right Peptide product.
First of all, if you’re pregnant or hoping to be, congratulations and best wishes! This exciting journey of 9 months takes you through a lot of changes in your body: both physical and emotional. It is a time when your skin undergoes a lot of changes as well. Since your baby consumes whatever you consume, pregnancy is a major factor in motivating many women to switch to clean beauty. The best way to achieve safe skincare goals would be to start using clean, well formulated products. So where to begin is the big question - don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
Has your skin been sending you signals that the weather has changed and that your skincare routine needs an update as well? In this blog we will cover some winter skincare essentials, how best to take care of your skin in winter as well as some winter skincare tips and products that should leave your skin feeling happy and well taken care of.
Serums are now an integral part of our skincare routine. But have you ever wondered what exactly are eye serums and why are they really needed? Here are the 5 main reasons to help you better understand this amazing product. Serums are formulated to be light weight in texture. They are rich in active ingredients.
AIR POLLUTION AND OUR SKIN - IS THERE A RELATION? The simple answer is yes! Several factors contribute to healthy skin - genetics, lifestyle, diet, sleep as well as the quality of the air or atmosphere around us. The best way to help overcome it is to offset its impact on our skin and to strengthen our natural skin barrier. Read on for more tips & recommendations.
Parabens and sulphates are chemicals found in most beauty products. They both perform very different functions. Although they have been in use since the 1950’s in skincare and haircare products newer studies have raised some concerns about them. Read more as we answer questions like "What are parabens and sulphates and why they are considered harmful".
The truth about hyaluronic acid- it's the best face serum for dry skin and wrinkles. In our blog, we have tried to answer questions such as how to use hyaluronic acid, does hyaluronic acid serum really work, how do you use hyaluronic acid serum and hyaluronic acid serum benefits for skin and more.
If you were to take a closer look at the ingredient list of your favorite skincare products chances are you would spot an unsung hero in most of them. This quiet superstar is NIACINAMIDE and your skin loves it! Niacinamide is a versatile ingredient with something to offer all skin types and skin concerns. Let’s get to know it a bit better.
Have you ever experienced a sudden breakout after starting with a new skincare product? Before your mind starts reeling that you’ve unwittingly worsened your skin issues, there’s actually something called skin purging. Let's start with understanding- What is Skin Purging?
Wearing masks has resulted in a new skin nasty that you might just be facing yourself. No, that’s not your regular acne. It’s mask-acne a.k.a maskne. Mask-ne can be tough to deal with since living without a mask is not the answer given the situation we’re all stuck in. Here are some of our useful tips!
Here are 4 things to know before adding Vitamin C Serum to your skincare routine. A Vitamin C Serum which is likely to suit all skin types is your safe bet. However, it is important to bear in mind the right way of using any product whatsoever. Here’s a quick cheat sheet of things to know before using a Vitamin C Serum.
To overcome any skincare issue, you may be tempted to consider any and every solution you come across. Chances are that you are clinging on to at least one bad piece of skincare advice. Here are five common skincare myths that somehow still persist—and we're clearing them up, once and for all.