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Find the Right PM Moisturizer for You

While we rest, our body goes into repair mode. It makes sense, then, to supply our skin with everything it needs to do its job during those critical nighttime hours.

Do We All Really Need to Exfoliate?

A moderate approach can help unclog congested pores, boost collagen synthesis, and improve the absorption of other products unlike anything else in your skincare toolkit.

Did You Know That Some Acids Are Hydrating?

The term ‘acid’ can be off putting for some people because it conjures up thoughts of irritation, tightness, and dehydration, but there are hydrating acids which can actually help condition the skin.

Meet The Muse: Mandelic Acid

This alpha hydroxy acid is a superstar for all skin types and a multitude of skin goals from dullness, texture, and fine lines to congestion, and hyperpigmentation. 

All About Polyhydroxy Acids (PHA) in Skincare

If you have sensitive skin, chances are you may find many chemical exfoliants to be too harsh or even stripping. So how does one effectively exfoliate, sans irritation? With polyhydroxy acids, that’s how. 

Signs You’re Over-Exfoliating

Over-exfoliating can actually lead to big issues like heightened sensitivity, irritation, and inflammation, so it’s super important to only do it in moderation and listen to what your skin needs.

All About Your Skin Barrier

The skin barrier refers to the outer layer of skin cells which protect you from the outside world. It’s your skin’s first and primary line of defense and it’s job is essentially to keep the bad stuff out and the good stuff in. 

The Benefits of BHA (Salicylic Acid) in Skincare

Chances are you’ve seen salicylic acid in the ingredients list for an acne product, since it’s great for busting breakouts as it penetrates the skin very deeply. Salicylic acid exfoliates by removing dead skin cells, which is why it’s often suggested for complexions that need more exfoliation as well as for treating acne and oily skin.

What You Need to Know About Cell Turnover

Simply put, cell turnover is the circle of life for your skin. Your body continually reproduces healthy new cells to replace the dead ones on the skin’s surface. But what happens to the dead ones?