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Can Drinking Water Lead to Hydrated Skin?

The answer is both yes and no, according to esthetician Renée Rouleau.

Indian Sandalwood Oil Is a Potent Antioxidant

Recent research has shown that when used in cosmetics, Indian sandalwood oil has anti-aging and antioxidant properties.

Research Finds Applying Makeup Activates the Brain in the Visually Impaired

A recent study utilizing functional magnetic resonance imaging concluded, “applying makeup is a personally rewarding activity even for blind females, as it strongly activates the reward system and the reward/memory system network."

Shikimic Acid in Giant Sequoia Converts Fibroblasts, Regenerates Skin

AmorePacific researchers, among others, have bylined a study showing that shikimic acid in giant sequoia callus can reprogram dermal fibroblasts into precursor cells that facilitate wound healing, enhance dermal reconstruction and increase markers for collagen.

The Lowdown on Lyme

Clients with Lyme disease are looking for ways to de-stress and feel better, whether through a relaxing massage or facial.

Diets High in Sugar and Fat May Contribute to Skin Inflammation

Research published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology shows that eating foods high in sugar and fat can cause dysbiosis in the gut microbiome and subsequently affect the skin.

6 Ingredients For Summer Skin

These ingredients can help relive sunburns and bring moisture to the skin.

The Difference Between Men and Women's Skin

From oily skin to pigmentation some skin conditions may be prone due to gender.

Navigating the Sea of Vitamin C

We’ll also examine ingredients to avoid or to use with caution when also applying vitamin C on the skin.

The Benefits of a Serum Foundation

Serum foundations can provide coverage while treating skin concerns such as discoloration or dryness.

Jar Deconstructed: Malachite

Malachite has been found to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, increase skin elasticity and enhance healing.

Rockstar Antioxidants for Skin Restoration

There are several key ingredients that can increase the skin’s strength, and support in rebuilding and restoring it to optimal health. But first, you must be able to identify the signs and possible contributing factors.

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