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20 Anti-Aging Ingredients to Supplement your Skincare Routine

20 Anti-Aging Ingredients to Supplement your Skincare Routine

With as many different skin care products on the market as there are, it can be difficult to navigate the beauty aisle with confidence. There are so many anti-aging ingredients—some of which are just as hard to pronounce (e.g. hyaluronic acid) as they are to decipher—that it’s hard to know which ones are right for your skin type. We asked dermatologists, skin care educators and estheticians to help us understand how 20 of the most popular ingredients in skin care products help prevent aging skin.
Best Anti-Aging Skincare Ingredients

Best Anti-Aging Skincare Ingredients

Best Anti-Aging Skincare Ingredients For Wrinkles: Retinol, Vitamin C If you have fine lines, ret...
11 Ways to Reduce Premature Aging

11 Ways to Reduce Premature Aging

Many things cause our skin to age. Some things we cannot do anything about; others we can influence.

One thing that we cannot change is the natural aging process. It plays a key role. With time, we all get visible lines on our face. It is natural for our face to lose some of its youthful fullness. We notice our skin becoming thinner and drier. Our genes largely control when these changes occur. The medical term for this type of aging is “intrinsic aging.”

We can influence another type of aging that affects our skin. Our environment and lifestyle choices can cause our skin to age prematurely. The medical term for this type of aging is “extrinsic aging.” By taking some preventive actions, we can slow the effects that this type of aging has on our skin.

Your Daytime Skin Routine

Your Daytime Skin Routine

To get the most benefit out of regular skincare regimen, Dr. Ashley Magovern, board-certified dermatologist and owner and founder of Manhattan Dermatology, says to follow three simple steps: cleanse, treat, and moisturize. You're probably already familiar with cleansing and moisturizing, but what does "treating" your skin involve?
When to Start Using Skincare

When to Start Using Skincare

When should you start using skincare products? As a kid? As an adult? As a grandma? Immediately, as much as possible. Even babies get baby oil, wet wipes, and baby powder in order to keep their excessive pooping habits from harming their skin. You can never start too young when it comes to taking care of your skin.

However, when it comes to you yourself (rather than your parents) maintaining the integrity of your skin, it’s all about taking care of your skin with the right skin care products at your teens or preteens. Especially when you start applying makeup on yourself.

What Really Happens After a Sunburn

What Really Happens After a Sunburn

It’s been a long, hot summer, and for many of us, our skin is certainly feeling the effects. With...
Japanese Beauty Secrets

Japanese Beauty Secrets

We are always trying out the latest and the newest trends when it comes to beauty. But there is s...
Your best AM and PM skincare routine, starts now!

Your best AM and PM skincare routine, starts now!

We all know by now that healthy skin requires plenty of maintenance. There’s the washing and the ...
5 Daily Skin Habits to Start Now

5 Daily Skin Habits to Start Now

You may spoil your skin with facials, fancy products, and a skin care regimen that would make your dermatologist proud. But there are a few important (and surprisingly simple) steps that can make a huge difference in having healthy, glowing skin. Incorporate these five best skin care habits into your routine and you’ll have smoother, clearer skin in no time.

 

Source - https://www.everydayhealth.com/hs/beauty-pictures/surprising-habits-for-the-best-skin-ever/

The Benefits of Drinking Hot Water

The Benefits of Drinking Hot Water

The Face Yoga Method recommends drinking a lot of water. Water flushes the toxins out of your system and improves your skin condition. I know you may be thinking “Oh, it is such common knowledge these days so it is not really new information.” And you may already drink plenty of water everyday, but I would like to ask you how you drink your water? With ice? cold?  room temperature? when?
All You Need To Know About Water Spas And Water Therapy For Your Skin

All You Need To Know About Water Spas And Water Therapy For Your Skin

The Japanese have been using water therapy for a very long time, and have had glowing skin always. It is high time that we to in India use the same water therapy, and use the constant intervals to make our skin glow. 
11 Vitamin C Serum Benefits

11 Vitamin C Serum Benefits

What’s a vitamin C serum? If you have your head in the skin care game, you’ve likely heard of vi...
What is Rosacea?

What is Rosacea?

“Rosacea is a skin condition that most commonly affects individuals aged 30 to 60. It is generally commoner in females and individuals with fair skin, blue eyes or Celtic origin. It often presents as facial redness, which is usually intermittent at first, but over time can become fixed.”
What Causes Dark Circles Under Your Eyes?

What Causes Dark Circles Under Your Eyes?

Your plan of attack depends on the color of your circles. Look straight into a mirror in natural light, then lower your chin slightly to expose the shadows under your eyes. This way, you’ll see clearly whether your circles are more blue or more brown.

Home Remedies For Black Spots On Your Face

Home Remedies For Black Spots On Your Face

Many black spots or dark patches can be easily lightened or eliminated to restore a glowing facial complexion. Dark spots, patches and other marks on the face may be due to excess secretion of melanin on the skin.
Understanding Psoriasis — The Basics

Understanding Psoriasis — The Basics

Unpredictable and irritating, psoriasis is one of the most baffling and persistent of skin disorders. It’s characterized by skin cells that multiply up to 10 times faster than normal. As underlying cells reach the skin’s surface and die, their sheer volume causes raised, red plaques covered with white scales. Psoriasis typically occurs on th