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Have you ever experienced a sudden outbreak with the usage of a new skincare product? Before your mind starts reeling that you’ve unwittingly worsened your skin issues, there’s actually something called skin purging. …

If only humans could look as adorable as Giant Pandas with dark eye circles, we wouldn’t mind having them. While there is a dazzling array of eye creams all claiming to erase this …

Like antioxidants in food that keep our health in tip-top shape, antioxidants in skincare products protect our skin to bring out that natural glow. Let’s dive straight in and get to know these …

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.

If you are a person that likes to research your skin care products carefully and understand the different ingredients, you will see the terms AHA and BHA thrown around fairly regularly. Properly formulated AHAs and BHAs are excellent choices for exfoliating the top surface of the skin and both hydroxy acids work to reduce wrinkles, stimulate collagen, promote skin firming.