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Q: Is It Safe to Combine Vitamin C Products?

In your regimen, Vitamin C should be the first active ingredient you put on your skin after cleansing. Look for it in your suncare and make it a part of your nightly routine. 

Q: How Does Hyaluronic Acid Work?

Water, perhaps the most important ingredient in our routines, keeps our skin happy for many reasons, and we need an ample source within our skin’s barrier for the ingredients in our skincare routines to function efficiently. For best results, hyaluronic acid should be incorporated into any skincare regimen that also includes other humectants and moisturizers to protect against transepidermal water loss.

Q: How Long Does It Take to See Results from Skincare?

Whatever your skincare goals, there are a plethora of active ingredients to be on the lookout for when putting a routine together. And you might be wondering how long you’ll have to wait before seeing visible results.

Q: What Are Enzymes + What Do They Do?

Enzymes act as catalysts to bring about complex biochemical reactions. But not all enzymes are the same—some go to work for our skin, others for our gut, for food, and so on. 

Q: What Does Caffeine Do for Skin?

Yerba mate is amazing; the tea made of its dried leaves and twigs has one of the highest antioxidant counts found in ingestible teas, and it also has the highest amount of caffeine. Caffeine itself is an antioxidant, and as we know, it is also a powerful stimulant. So what does caffeine do for skin?

Q: What Role Do Antioxidants Play in Brightening Skin?

When we talk about skin appearing bright, we are talking about a number of different mechanisms that happen to skin during the aging process. Keeping an even skin tone is really difficult to do as we age, and we put forth a lot of effort to exfoliate (but not too much), hydrate, and protect. Hyperpigmentation can be a cause of skin tone unevenness and can be a precursor to the aging process. It can come from blemish scars and UV radiation, or both if left unprotected.

Q: What Are the Best Ingredients for Calming Stressed Out Skin?

Question: What are the best ingredients for calming stressed out skin?

A: When conducting research on the symptoms of stressed-out skin, formulators tend to focus on the appearance of stress. Symptomatically, stress can look like redness, dullness, fatigue, or uneven tone, but stress can also manifest as feelings of sensitivity and irritation. Sensitivity can happen due to myriad reasons, such as environmental stress, or using highly active cosmeceuticals, like retinoids or vitamin C. Regardless of the reasons why your skin is stressed, it’s important to find out what can help skin destress, and there are a lot of amazing ingredients for this.

Q: What's in Our Superfood Blend?

By Mercedes Taylor, Joe Cloyes, and Greg Gonzales With a love for cosmetics from a young age, my curiosity knew that there was much more to the go...