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What Are the Benefits of Reishi Mushroom for Skin?

If you’ve been following Youth To The People for some time, you probably know we’re big fans of adaptogens—but this didn’t start with us; adaptogens have been used in Eastern medicine and Ayurveda for around 5,000 years. Chinese and Japanese medical practitioners have used reishi mushroom for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits.

Four Different Ways to Use Mist In Your Routine

Hydration always seemed like it should come in the form of a morning or evening moisturizer until four years ago, when my roommate introduced me to the first mist I’d ever love. Think of mists as your entry point into the world of 24/7 hydration, a versatile step in any routine, so keep reading for all the reasons to give your face the love it deserves.

Why Topical Hydration is Essential

For all the time society spends imploring you to drink more water (and, we’re not saying you shouldn’t,) you might think it’s powerful enough to provide inner hydration to the body and outer hydration to the skin. But the fact is your skin needs external sources of hydration too.

A Personal History of Adaptogens

By Elsa de Berker More than ever, we’re looking for ways to increase our vitality via sustainable and natural measures. And the turn of a New Year ...

Four Ways to Use Oil In Your Routine

If you’ve ever wondered whether you can use oil for your skin type, you’re not alone. While skincare education has certainly progressed in recent years, there’s still a lingering stigma that oil can cause acne and congested pores, which is why so many folks are still afraid to use it. The thing is, though, no one should be afraid. According to Youth To The People’s Director of Education, Laura Cline, the skin actually needs oil in order to function properly. Curious to know how you can use oil to enhance your complexion? Just keep on scrolling.

Surprising Signs Your Skin is Dehydrated

When it comes to skincare secrets, countless celebrities and models will say that drinking water is the key to a clear, hydrated complexion—but in reality, it’s not that simple. Dehydration occurs when the skin itself is lacking water, which unlike sebum, it can’t create on its own. The good news is topical skincare gets the job done for you. Ahead, find four telltale signs your skin is dehydrated—along with a few moisture-boosting products that can make a major difference.

How to Achieve Your Skin Goals

By Sara Spruch Feiner Achieving your skin goals can be a delicate balance. Perhaps you’re dealing with blemishes and dehydration, or dullness, or a...