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Daily exposure to shockingly poor skincare advice via social media is a hyper-connected, occupational hazard for me. The most troubling is bad facial cleansing advice, from cider vinegar and baking soda to toothpaste. No exaggeration in the least , better and healthier skin begins with clean skin.
Vitamin A is an oil-soluble vitamin critical to healthy immune function, vision, reproduction, and cellular communication. The human body is incapable of synthesizing Vitamin A, relying instead on dietary and/or supplemental replenishment. Applied topically, it speeds cellular turnover, inhibits collagen breakdown, and normalizes keratinization. Multi-faceted skin benefits make it ideal over-the-counter solution for both aging and acne-prone skin.
A superhero among skincare ingredients, retinol takes multi-tasking to the next level. Worshipped by the young, the aging, the skin-obsessed, and Dermatologists for tightening, brightening, decongesting, and delivering that mega-watt glow. If among the skeptics and unobsessed, the reasons may be surprising.
Human Microbiome Project (HMP), we better understand the 1,000 distinct species of hosted microorganisms and their role in our overall health The benefits that they provide to our skin is fueling our obsession with prebiotics, probiotics and ferments.
Nearly all dermatologists agree that the use of retinol yields smoother, tighter, and a more even toned skin – antiaging gold standard for more than 60 years! There are few tricks to getting the most out any retinol skincare.