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Peptides & Hyaluronic Acid: Anti-Aging Ingredients for all Skin Types

Peptides & Hyaluronic Acid: Anti-Aging Ingredients for all Skin Types

Do you want to know more about how peptides and hyaluronic acid can contribute to anti-aging treatments for all skin types? Read on and we'll tell you everything you need to know! Since we're talking about the effects that peptides and hyaluronic acid have on your skin, we first need to establish what these ingredients actually do. Peptides are the building blocks of the natural "collagen" that keeps our skin looking...
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How to Get Clear Skin: Acne-prone Skincare Routine

How to Get Clear Skin: Acne-prone Skincare Routine

There are so many skincare products out there that it can be hard to know which one is best for your skin. When you have acne-prone skin, picking the best skincare routine for you is even harder. But with our guide on how to get clear skin, things will be easier! We've outlined a simple regimen that will help your skin fade blemish scars while keeping you hydrated and refreshed....
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Heal and Repair Your Skin😍

Heal and Repair Your Skin😍

They are powerful anti-aging proteins that 🚨 alert the skin when it's time to produce more collagen. Our Peptide Quench Serum boasts of Aloe and Hyaluronic Acid to smooth away wrinkles and improve elasticity for a stunningly youthful glow. ✅ Heal and Repair: In addition to being an anti-aging skincare must-have ingredient and skin plumper, Peptides are touted as natural healing agents!✅ Smooth Texture: Achieving a softer, firmer complexion is...
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Aesthetician's Guide: Skin Conditions and Key Ingredients that Minimize Them

Aesthetician's Guide: Skin Conditions and Key Ingredients that Minimize Them

A MEDICAL AESTHETICIANS GUIDE TO SKIN CONDITIONS Skin conditions are transient compared to skin types. Skin conditions aren't permanent most times, various intrinsic, and extrinsic factors can cause a variety of conditions. For example one can experience dehydration as a result of a trans-Atlantic flight or upon completion of antibiotic pills. For that reason, skin conditions are more responsive to treatments. The table below shares a simple guide to what...
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Choosing Peptides to Target Skin Renewal

Choosing Peptides to Target Skin Renewal

Peptides remain a big deal in the world of anti-aging skin care due to their performance and their ability to be used by all skin types without causing irritation or sensitivity. They have developed a strong cult following along the way based on their results. Let’s start by helping you understand peptides and where they originate from. Peptides are proteins Peptides are tiny protein fragments—think of them as a series...
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Skincare Tips for Pool Swimmers this Summer

Skincare Tips for Pool Swimmers this Summer

Swimming is, no doubt, a fun activity in the summertime. Most pools are chlorinated, you’re probably familiar with how your skin can feel tight or dry when you get out of the water. But is this an issue for the skin? Do the chemicals harm the skin’s overall health? As a Medical aesthetician and biochemist, I certainly would advise aqua lovers to take protective steps to prevent any potential skin...
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Demystifying “Free Radical Damage” In Skincare

Demystifying “Free Radical Damage” In Skincare

Its summertime, not the conventional summer, but we are happy about the warmth. So let's talk protection, and how to guard your skin against UVA & UVB rays! It's time to use SPF, and pack your routine with antioxidants to protect you from free radical damage! What are Free radicals (FR) - they are atoms or molecules with unpaired electrons.  They steal electrons from other molecules, which damages the other...
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The Difference Between AHA and BHA Exfoliants

The Difference Between AHA and BHA Exfoliants

Our skin has it’s own self exfoliation process to remove dead skin cells, but we get exposed to unprotected sun exposure, and natural aging, the self exfoliation or shading process might come to a halt altogether. This will make the skin flaky, clogged, open up pores, wrinkles, loss of firmness, and sometimes hyperpigmentation. It is so important that we help our skin continue the process of regeneration, and removing the...
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Salicylic Acid - Acne's Enemy

Salicylic Acid - Acne's Enemy

Salicylic acid is classified as a beta-hydroxy acid (BHA) that is a derivative of aspirin and functions as an exfoliant helping to loosen and expel comedones (aka blackheads and whiteheads – clogged pores) from the skin. Salicylic acid also has anti-inflammatory properties which can help reduce the redness of inflamed breakout lesions. The acidic nature of salicylic acid makes it a good exfoliator with a powerful defense mechanism of your skin against bacteria (Propionibacterium acnes) that...
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Does your skin really benefit from a 12 step skincare routine?

Does your skin really benefit from a 12 step skincare routine?

Our Skintuation guide of the day talks about if less is more or if more is more in a facial routine. Does your skin really take in all the products from a 12 step routine or is it a total waste of products sitting on your skin, and potentially clogging your pores. Penetration is when a chemical makes it into the deeper layers of the skin. While a lot of factors...
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Dry Skin Needs Oil! It’s Your Skin Crack

Dry Skin Needs Oil! It’s Your Skin Crack

DRY SKIN is a skin type that produces less oil than other skin types. Dry skin is hereditary - a skin type that you're born with, rather than a condition you develop 🧬DNA🧬. OIL is necessary to protect, lubricate, and nourish the skin, so those with dry skin may experience roughness, excessive dryness, or flakiness (that sometimes appears in patches). Dry skin rarely feels oily and water-based lotions are almost...
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Why are Serums Most Important Skincare Step?

Why are Serums Most Important Skincare Step?

It’s true that every product in your skincare routine should contain skin-loving ingredients that are catering to your skin, but serums are the king of the castle (super important). Facial serums are highly concentrated formulations made to target your concerns. You probably learned to stick to three basic steps: cleanse, tone and moisturize. But those who are skincare aficionado’s kept serums as the secret to their glow. Serums are for...
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