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Can a Light Moisturizer Really Hydrate Your Skin?

The key to a winning summer skincare routine for all skin types, then, lies in a diligent cleansing regimen, followed by optional targeted treatments, and a lightweight, breathable moisturizer.

The Nighttime Routine for Sun-Loving Skin

How can we best enjoy the summer and minimize any potential damage from sun exposure? The key lies in diligent sunscreen application during the day and a deeply restorative routine at night. Here, our tried-and-true method.

How to Repair Your Moisture Barrier

You might already know that maintaining a strong moisture barrier is crucial to your skin’s overall health. But do you know what exactly the moisture barrier does, or, more importantly, how to fix yours if it’s out of whack?

Liven Up Dehydrated Winter Skin with this 5-Step Routine for Every Skin Type

Winter skin dehydration is so real, friends—but rest assured, with the right routine, you can kick it to the curb and get your complexion glowing again. It all comes down to a) drinking roughly 64 ounces of water a day, b) finding the best products for your skin and c) being super-consistent about using them.

What Are Bioidentical Actives?

Built on a 40-year family history of understanding skin health and bioidentical actives, Youth To The People is constantly searching for innovative skincare solutions steeped in science. According to Laura Cline, YTTP's Director of Education, bioidentical actives are often better for the planet, too. 

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.

5 Things Your Skin Needs More of This Fall

The transition from summer to fall can signal a few timely changes in your skincare routine, too —particularly if you live somewhere with seasons. “As we enter the cooler months, there is less humidity in the air, so the skin gets drier.