A few weeks ago, we wrote about the benefits of AHAs, aka alpha hydroxy acid, for the skin. This week we’re visiting a similar topic—betahydroxy acids. What are the differences between AHAs and BHAs? What are the different (and similar) skin care benefits? Where does BHA evencomefrom?
Vitamin C is one of the most well-known essential vitamins. This water-soluble vitamin is important for the growth and development of our bodies, is a household cure for the common cold, and it’s also amazing for your skin.
Alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) are a group of commonly-used acids. This set of acids are used across skincare products. However, alpha hydroxy acids also have quite the intimidating name. Today we’re going to unveil the origins and benefits of alpha hydroxy acids for you.
Face oils are an amazing staple for your skin care routine all year round, but they’re even more amazing and beneficial in the colder months. There are face oils for every kind of skin type and improvement area, and on top of that, they can make the transition through seasons easier on your skin.
You may have seen this treatment advertised at a nearby spa, but a lymphatic drainage massage for your face is something that’s very doable in your own home—every night! Sometimes called a “mini face-lift,” this facial massage has all kinds of benefits for your complexion.
While you may not be able to go to a spa right now, there are still ways to pamper your skin at home with a little DIY. All you need to create at-home spa is a little creativity. Cooling compresses, face steaming, and even massages can all be made using common household ingredients.