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Malic Acid Can Be Effective for Sensitive Skin

Malic acid is a gentle AHA that is ideal for sensitive skin to exfoliate and balance ph levels, according to New Beauty.

The Benefits of Caffeinated Skin Care

Like a cup of coffee’s ability to give the mind a temporary boost of energy, caffeinated skin care products can add a temporary boost to the skin.

The Aromatic Pharmacy

Essential oils are timeless, wise, mysterious and universal. They can guide us to a holistic approach to radiant beauty and health.

Terpenes in Essential Oils

Among other beneficial elements, essential oils also contain compounds called terpenes. Not only do terpenes do wonders for the skin, but they also influence other vital systems in the body.

Jar Deconstructed: Avocado

Well-known to the Ancients, avocado offers nutrition, health and beauty benefits all wrapped up in one neat package.

When to Expect Results From Skin Care Products

One common mistake when using skin care products is expecting to see results right away. Experts discuss the typical waiting period for standard skin care products, per an article from Hello Giggles.

Foam from Tropical Frogs Could Improve Transdermal Actives Delivery

The foam produced by Túngara frogs during mating could improve the transdermal delivery of actives through the skin, according to an open access paper published by The Royal Society Publishing.

The Benefits of Copper Peptides

Copper peptides are in most types of skin care products and are increasing in popularity due to their collagen-boosting potential.

Deciem x Spate Release 'Misconceptions Across Ingredients' Report

The report provides an analysis of consumer Google searches for top concerning ingredients of the year, as well as by specific safety concerns and those searched alongside specific skin concerns.

Enhance Body Treatments With Multani Mitti Clay

An article found on Healthline says that the ingredient "is a mineral-rich clay-like substance that gets its name from its city of origin, Multan in modern day Pakistan."

Marshmallow Root's Hydrating Skin Care Benefits

According to Stacy Chimento M.D., in an article by Shape Magazine, marshmallow root "contains a variety of ingredients, such as flavonoids and polysaccharides, that promote skin health."

Ingredients To Stay Away From While Pregnant

Certain ingredients like vitamin A derivatives and hydroquinone should be totally avoided during pregnancy, according to an article from Coveteur.

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