There is acne, and then there is cystic acne. One is not like the other, although one can lead to the other. Acne terms are thrown around quite often without a full understanding of the nuances of them. That’s where we come in. Read on to learn how to classify any blemish you find on your face and what to do about it.
Microbiome is the skin word d’jour. Many products are claiming to support, to promote and even to heal your microbiome. But what even is your microbiome? That’s why we’re here. To break down all the lingo and tell you what you really need to know.
The term "self-care" has been diluted in recent years with its overuse. Get a massage, it's self-care. Have a drink with a friend, it's self-care. Make tea, it's self-care. Take a breath, it's self-care.
How do we define self-care? Taking a moment to physically pamper oneself, with a net positive outcome (we think our grandmothers called it grooming).
These days, our product routines have been simplified but that doesn't mean we can't take a little extra time to apply them with a decadent facial massage.
Still hesitant on this whole "face massage" trend? We broke it down for you below. The benefits, the routines, and even the pro-tools should you want to kick it up a notch.
You’ve probably heard the term “sensitive skin” a million times. Either you use it, or someone you know does. An estimated 50% of women and 40% of men say they have sensitive skin. But what does that mean exactly? The short of it is: sensitive skin in a lay term (not a medical diagnosis) that could refer to a plethora of medical skin conditions, from rosacea to eczema to contact dermatitis, or a seemingly random allergic reaction to something.