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.
Hyaluronic acid is here to stay in world of skincare, and we couldn't be happier about it. It splashed onto the beauty scene like a millennial pink, and understandably so with its looooong list of attributes. The attribute it is best known for is its thrilling hydration qualities – promising to plump, boost and hydrate those fine lines right out of your skin. And believe us, it really delivers.
But if you are still confused why this prom queen continues to be so popular and how exactly you should be adding her to your skincare routine, look no further. Read on to learn how something called an “acid” can be so hydrating.
The key to the #supersimple way of life that Doré believes in, is that you need to know how to do the simple things (like washing your face) very, very well.
Much like poaching an egg juuuuust right (you know that oozing orange yolk we’re talking about), washing your face is not a quick 15 second process like we would wish. While the steps might all be simple, you need to have some patience to perfect them to get the final result you want – a super clean face.
We are re-publishing some of our favorite in-depth beauty articles with key takeaways listed at the top should you need a quick refresher on the beauty game. What is rosacea? Rosacea is a common inflammatory...