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The Importance of Exfoliating

If you are interested in skincare, I’m sure you have been told that exfoliating the face and body is an important part of any skincare routine. Exfoliating is the process of removing dead skin cells from the surface of the skin. This can be done by using a physical or chemical exfoliant. Commonly used physical exfoliants are a clean towel, brush, or face scrub with granules to remove dead skin cells. Some liquid or gel exfoliants you can purchase do…

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Towel Hygiene for Clear Skin

Many types of skin irritation and breakouts are caused by the misuse of a towel to dry off. Here are a few things to keep in mind when reaching for your towel: After showering or washing your face it can be easy to get in the habit of grabbing the nearest towel to dry off, but this can cause skin irritation and breakouts. What you need to keep in mind is- the cleaner the towel, the better. You’ll want a…

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Vitamin E Oil Explained

In the world of beauty and skincare today there are so many different supplements, oils, serums, and creams it’s hard to know what to choose. You know I try and keep it real about what products are working best for me, but I also think it’s important to have general knowledge of a product before use because everyone’s skin is so different. Vitamin E is something we are always told is great for our skin, and Vitamin E oil has…

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Amazing Toners Under $20

There are some things that you just have to splurge on to get an effective product. Moisturizer, shampoo, even cleansers I’d say are a few of those products that you really are better off paying more for and it is worth it to bite the bullet. But when it comes to getting a good toner, some of the best ones on the market are under $20. Now, that is not to say that there aren’t more expensive ones out there that do…

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Proper pampering for a beautiful decollete

The common skincare practice in France doesn’t stop at the jaw. In fact, it goes all the way from your forehead down to your chest. An area referred to as the décolleté or décolletage named by the French. In America, it is common that many women will stop at their jawline when applying makeup, moisturizer, or toner. Any woman wants to age as slow and as gracefully as possible. It’s been said that you can tell a woman’s age by her…

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