If you have ever suffered from oily skin, breakouts, acne, or all of the above, you may have found yourself googling causes of these issues. Found yourself down a bit of an internet black hole? We hear you!
There is a lot of confusing information out there, as it affects a vast majority of people at some point in their lives, so we want to clear up any uncertainty about one of the most common factors in this issue: sebum.
Why is this, you may wonder? Why should we choose to keep the ingredients dry, as opposed to a paste or liquid form?
How should you manage and treat acne and breakouts?
Acne is a skin condition that occurs when your hair follicles become plugged with oil and dead skin cells. Some types of skin bacteria may make pimples worse. Pimples can appear anywhere on the skin, but they most often occur on the face.
Follow these four steps to get on top of your acne and breakouts once and for all.
We all crave that glowy, fresh-skin look! Or is that just us?
But a lot of time, it just doesn’t come naturally. Whether it’s from lack of sleep, a bit too much stress at work, or that dry winter air, our skin can often look dull and tired.
There are a ton of skincare myths floating around that could be dragging your beauty regimen down. (Yep: Whoever told you it was OK to skip the sunscreen on cloudy days was wrong!) It’s time to clear the air and put these myths to rest so that you can make informed decisions when it comes to caring for your skin.
Here are eight skincare myths you need to stop believing, like, yesterday.