With summer finally here, you’re probably eager to spend as much time outside as possible. That requires a reliable sunscreen that’s capable of protecting your skin from the sun’s damaging rays, which can lead to premature aging. However, many brands contain questionable agreements that may not be the best for your body. Continue reading In-Depth Review of Our Complexion Protection Sunscreen
You’ve conquered your complexion and you’ve managed to achieve and maintain healthy, flowing locks, but what about your nails? Many people don’t give much thought to their nails, yet, the hands are something we see and use every day. Not only should the health and appearance of your hands make you happy but also, they should impress others. You don’t need to invest in weekly manicures to have healthy nails, though — you simply need to follow these tips. Continue reading How to Take Better Care of Your Nails
At Hale Cosmeceuticals, our priority is skin health. We believe that by improving skin health, you can naturally improve your overall appearance. But a little beauty-boost never hurt, right?
Did you know Hale Cosmeceuticals also have just-for-beauty products? Here are our favorites to help you look your best: Continue reading Just-For-Beauty Products from Hale Cosmeceuticals
It’s 2019, and consumers are more becoming increasingly aware of the impact their purchases make. So, they are demanding the brands they purchase do their best to make the world a cleaner, safer and kinder place. Which is why cruelty-free skincare products are becoming more and more popular.
But, not everything labeled cruelty-free what it claims to be. Hale Cosmeceuticals explains what it means to be genuinely cruelty-free and where to find the products that are. Continue reading Cruelty-Free from Start to Finish…and Why That Matters
At Hale Cosmeceuticals, our mission is to provide innovative skincare products that are safe, effective and a good value for your money. In short, our products deliver visible results. How do we do it?
In-House Research and Development
At Hale Cosmeceuticals, we don’t cut corners to save money, and that means we do not outsource our research and development. All of our research is done in-house by bona fide, experienced scientists. Our formulas are our own, and the science behind them is state-of-the-art. Continue reading Why Hale Cosmeceuticals’ Products Really Work
We don’t do this much, but allow us to indulge in a brag blog. Hale Cosmeceuticals has been formulating and producing high-quality skin care products for more than 20 years. In our history, we’ve seen a lot of other brands come and go, so we’d like to take a moment to celebrate what we’re doing right. Continue reading Hale Cosmeceuticals: Superior Beauty Products
Winter is one of the driest seasons. Colder outside temperatures mean there is less moisture in the air, and ambient humidity is all but nonexistent inside heated buildings. That means your skin may be dehydrated, dry or both.
Didn’t know there was a difference? You’re not alone. To know whether your skin needs hydrating or moisturizing—and what products to achieve your skincare goals—you need to understand the difference.
Dry vs. Dehydrated Skin
Healthy, radiant skin needs sufficient moisture. It needs enough water to keep cells hydrated, and it can only retain enough water if that hydration is protected against evaporation by an oil barrier.
- Skin that does not have enough water content is dehydrated—it needs hydrating.
- Skin that cannot retain moisture is dry—it needs moisturizing.
How to Achieve Hydration and Moisturize
Let’s start with the deeper problem—dehydration. To hydrate your skin, you need to ensure that your cells have adequate stores of water, which you can do:
- Internally by drinking enough water.
- Recommendations for just how much is “enough” vary, but a good rule of thumb is your body weight (in pounds) ¸ 20 = number of glasses of water you should drink per day.
- Topically by applying a product with hyaluronic acid.
- Hyaluronic acid retains about 1,000 times its own weight in water. Because you should apply skincare products in the order of lightest to heaviest, a serum with hyaluronic acid, like our
- , is the best option since it goes on first, allowing maximum absorption.
With water stores replenished, you now need to moisturize to protect them. Water space protection requires oil. That’s no problem for people with dry and sensitive skin who do well with a heavier cream, like our ORAC Lifting Complex or Facelift Cream.
However, people with oily and acne-prone skin types are often misled into thinking that any oil is bad for their skin, so they need a completely oil-free product. But an oil-free moisturizer is simply not effective. What these skin types need is a water-based moisturizer with non-comedogenic, plant-derived oils that will provide a breathable oil barrier without increasing oil and breakout control challenges, like our Soft Finishing Moisturizer.
When selecting products, keep in mind: it is possible to have hydrated dry skin, but it is rare to have dry skin that is not already dehydrated. So, everyone needs moisturizing. Not everyone needs hydrating, but hydrating strategies will never hurt your skin, so drink up and incorporate hyaluronic acid into your daily skincare regimen.
‘Tis better to give than receive, and if you’d like to give the gift of glowing skin to your loved ones this year, we have a couple recommendations. Continue reading Our #1 Product for Glowing Skin this Holiday Season
Good skin isn’t all about good genes. It’s about finding the right skin care regimen for you…and one-size-fits-all skin care is unlikely to work for all skin types, issues, ages or seasons. But, building a skincare regimen that works for you is not as complicated as you might think. Here are a few tips to put together a personalized routine for best results: Continue reading How to Build a Skincare Regimen that Works
Vitamin C is more than something to help you fight colds and the flu—it’s also a miracle ingredient in your skin care regimen. Here are three reasons why Hale Cosmeceuticals has long favored Vitamin C as one of our advanced skincare technologies: Continue reading 3 Things You Don’t Know About Vitamin C