Paula's Choice SG Research Team
Cleanse, tone, exfoliate, moisturize. Repeat. We’re all familiar with the basic skincare routine. However, applying only these steps may not be enough to address your specific skincare concerns. Acne, fine lines, dry, sensitive …
You might be wondering: With all the different types of face masks out there, how exactly do I choose one that is good for my skin? Well… The secret is actually in the …
To date, there isn’t any real evidence that aloe barbadenis (also known as widely as aloe vera) helps skin in any significant way. But before you toss out your beauty products. Learn more about this popular natural ingredient.
Many people have the common misconception that adolescents don’t need to take good care of their skin just because of their youthfulness. However, this sentiment couldn’t be further from the truth as everyone (regardless of age) needs to take good care of their skin and nourish their skin – just as everyone (regardless of age) needs to take fruits and vegetables to nourish their bodies.
Paula’s Choice Skincare stands for something simple, yet life changing: effective care with formulas that really work. Find out how Paula Begoun combines her research background with a customer-first philosophy to develop revolutionary products for all skin types & concerns.
Our oil glands produce sebum (oil), which flows through the pore lining and onto the surface of our skin. However, when the oil glands produce too much sebum, this excess oil mixes with other substances in the pore, causing the pore to clog and results in the enlargement of the pore to allow the sebum to flow onto the surface of the skin.
Signs of ageing such as wrinkles and brown spots are caused not only by ageing, but also by unprotected exposure to the sun. As a protective measure to minimise signs of ageing, it is absolutely crucial to always wear sunscreen.
The ingredients most beneficial for your skin are not stable, which means they won’t be effective if exposed to light and air, which is exactly what happens when you take the lid off a jar. There is also the issue of hygiene; dipping your fingers into a jar transfers bacteria from your hands into the product, and that causes the important ingredients to further deteriorate.