Does your skin get irritated by over-the-counter cleansing or anti-wrinkles products? If so, you’re not alone. Many skin care products contain synthetic ingredients that strip your skin of moisture or cause redness and inflammation.
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The only thing worse than starting your day with bad hair is waking up to swollen, puffy eyes. And while puffy eyes and dark circles are rarely a sign of anything serious, they can be discouraging when you’re trying to look fresh and ready to greet the day. So what causes puffy eyes and dark circles anyway? Here are some of the causes and proactive measures you can take to keep puffy eyes and dark circles to a minimum.
I think we can all agree, Cleopatra was the ultimate trendsetter of her time. But you may be surprised to learn there was more to the Queen of the Nile than meets the eye. For thousands of years our ancestors braved the elements, battled acne and oily/dry skin like the rest of us without the modern conveniences we enjoy. The true pioneers of skin care go much further back than Estee Lauder, and while they might not have always got it right, they were the original researchers, using whatever nature offered. Here’s a quick look back.
Have you ever tried to read the ingredients on your skin care products out loud? You probably couldn’t pronounce many of them, right? While preservatives are thought to keep your products shelf-stable and bacteria-free, this isn’t always the case.
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