Caring for your skin is a full-time job. While there are numerous products out there to choose from, three items rise above the rest in terms of importance. Be sure to have the following in your beauty arsenal if you want clear, healthy skin all year long. Continue reading 3 Must Haves in Your Skincare Routine
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
Your skincare needs should change with every season. What works during the cold weather months, when frigid air dries out and irritates skin, won’t necessarily work when temperatures are at their highest. These tips will help you develop a summer-friendly skincare routine to look your best even as temperatures soar. Continue reading The Ideal Skincare Routine to Beat Summer Weather Conditions
If you’re like most people who struggle with dry skin, you have a love-hate relationship with your complexion. When it’s hot and humid out and everyone else looks like they bathed their t-zones in oil, you can’t help but to feel a little smug about your perfectly even complexion. However, when the air is dry and the only breeze is a hot one, your face may feel taught and overstretched, and your complexion may look downright dull. The good news is, with the right skincare products and tips, you can maintain a glowing complexion (and your smug attitude!) year-round. Continue reading 7 Skincare Tips for Dry Skin
Spending time outdoors enlivens your body and soul. In terms of your health, sun exposure also helps your body produce vitamin D, which is integral to your body’s absorption of calcium. Excess sun exposure is detrimental, however, which is why wearing sunscreen is a must when spending any time outside. Here are a few of the many reasons why sunscreen should be a part of your skincare arsenal all year long. Continue reading Why Is Sunscreen So Important for Your Skin?
Some people seem to have glowing, gorgeous skin naturally. While genetics can sometimes play a role, it’s more often daily habits that impact the look and feel of your skin. In many cases, people with amazing skin use these five effective habits to maintain their fresh, beautiful look. Continue reading 5 Habits of People with Great Skin
Wrinkles are a natural part of the aging process, but they often occur prematurely. In this case, the actions you take on a daily basis could be contributing to your fine lines and premature wrinkles. While this isn’t a complete list of wrinkle-causing habits, the following can have a negative affect on your skin if not avoided. Continue reading Habits That Cause Wrinkles
It is a common misconception that once the temperatures start to drop and the snow starts to fall, the sun can’t do anymore damage to your skin. That is simply not true. Though it is true that the atmosphere blocks some of the sun’s harmful UV rays during the winter, it doesn’t block all of it. In fact, in some places throughout the world, the sun’s UV rays are almost as strong in the winter as they are in the summer. If you plan to spend a lot of time outdoors this winter, you should be aware of how the sun can harm your complexion and what you can do to protect yourself. Continue reading Sunlight Can Damage Your Skin Even in the Winter – Here’s What You Can Do About It
Sun protection is a year-round skincare necessity. But research is starting to show that some of the technologies and products used for sun protection now are actually damaging your skin and/or compromising your overall health. Endocrine disruptors, carcinogens and a bunch of pore-clogging ick make a lot of the most popular sunscreen brands poor choices.
What to use instead? Hale Cosmeceuticals’ sun protection. Continue reading Meet Your New Favorite Sun Protection Product
Sun protection is essential to skin health. Unfortunately, most people are probably not getting adequate sun protection on a daily basis, leaving their skin vulnerable to harmful UV radiation and all its ill effects—sags, lines, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation and, worst of all, increased risk for some types of skin cancer.
Applying makeup with SPF is a good start, but alone, it does not provide adequate protection against sun exposure.
Built-In SPF Is Usually Inadequate for Effective Sun Protection
Mineral makeups and other makeup products that contain SPF usually have a maximum sun protection factor of Continue reading Science of Skincare: Why Your Makeup’s SPF Isn’t Enough for Sun Protection