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Stem cells are all the rage right now. They're said to regenerate and renew skin, and to turn back the clock, making skin look healthy and younger. That's because stem cells, both in plants and animals, are mother cells that have the potential to become any type of cell in that organism. That organism. An apple stem cell, one of the most used type of skin cells in cosmetics, can't turn into human skin, no matter what brands say. So, does this mean they're useless? Not exactly. Click through…

Do Stem Cells In Cosmetics Really Work?

Is your skin dryer than the Sahara desert? Are you suffering from dry, flaky patches? Do you have redness and irritation? If you do, you’ll want to start scanning your skincare ingredients lists for alcohol. Alcohol in skincare, dries out your skin, here’s how to look for it…

Alcohol in Skincare: Is It bad news

Is your skin dryer than the Sahara desert? Are you suffering from dry, flaky patches? Do you have redness and irritation? If you do, you’ll want to start scanning your skincare ingredients lists for alcohol. Alcohol in skincare, dries out your skin, here’s how to look for it…

This post is a LIFESAVER. Everything you needed to know about which products will help to firm, brighten, and clear up skin effectively. #Skincare #beauty

This post is a LIFESAVER. Everything you needed to know about which products will help to firm, brighten, and clear up skin effectively. #Skincare #beauty

Vitamins are a magic family of ingredients that our bodies would be lost without! They are great when we eat them and they are also super awesome when we use them on our skin! Vitamin C skincare is one member of this vitamin family that has a whole host of proven (scientifically, that's what we like 'eh *winks*) benefits for skin.

The 6 Proven Benefits of Vitamin C Skincare

If you have annoying acne scars or sun-spots on your face that you can't get rid of. Go to your dermatologist and get a prescription Retin-A cream (tretinoin cream). This is an awesome chemical exfoliant that will get rid of your acne and scars faster than any other. (From experience)

Retin A. Antiaging benefits of retinoids, such as encouraging collagen production, reducing fine lines, improving elasticity, and plumping the skin. Read more: Celebrity Skin - Anti Aging Secrets - Cosmopolitan

Retinoids - even more potent when stabilized

The best New Skin Care Ingredients for 2015 include fulvic acid, amino acids, growth factors, many of the ingredients in the Korean skin care regimen, and more.

Can you actually minimise pores? Well lovelies, lets take a look at minimise vs. shrink, what you can do to get pores looking less 'grand' and more wall flower.

HOW TO MINIMISE PORES… PLUS the ingredients which are your minimizing friends

Some cosmetic ingredients actually BLOCK pores. If you suffer from spots, then these are the ingredients to avoid!

Infographic: How Vitamin C Works! I use it everyday! Try our fav from Image Skincare! Vital C at Tryst Studio! Contact me see the difference for yourself! #FF #vitaminA #vitaminC #instafollow

Great infographic on how vitamin C works. I love Image Skincare Vital C line. It is a lipid based vitamin C rather than a water based so that means better product penetration and better results!

Enzymes exfoliate more gently than other types of physical exfoliators, like apricot kernels.

Enzymes exfoliate more gently than other types of physical exfoliators, like apricot kernels.

The right vitamins can help you achieve the clearer, smoother and fairer skin you’ve always wanted. Find out what they are in this list.

37 Amazing Skin Care Hacks That Will Change Your Skincare Routine

Deficiency of vitamins causes the skin to become ugly, lethargic, rashes and your skin become shrunken. A list of best vitamins for skin is listed here ** Read more info by clicking the link on the image.

Hydroquinone is the gold standard at treating hyperpigmentation, melasma, and sun spots. But, lately, concerns have been raised about its safety. Some people claim it can cause cancer, allergies, and more nasty stuff. Should you be worried, or are these claims not true? Click through to find out.

Spotlight On Hydroquinone

What it is Hydroquinone is a white crystalline solid. What it does Hydroquinone is used to lighten hyperpigmentation, like melasma, dark spots, age spots and freckles.

Zinc oxide nanoparticles give you all the gentle broad spectrum protection of regular zinc oxide, but without the white cast and thick, greasy texture. But some people worry that these tiny particles can penetrate skin and cause all sorts of diseases. The truth? Nano zinc oxide can't get in through the skin. But it can get in through the nose. Click through to find out how to use it safely.

Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles: Are They Safe In Sunscreen?

Nano Zinc Oxide: Is It As Safe (And Effective) As Regular Zinc Oxide? (Beautiful with Brains)

Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate Antioxidant: A powerful Vitamin C derivative that aids in collagen production, skin lightening and brightening. Has anti-inflammatory proprieties and is known to be a potent antioxidant.

Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate Antioxidant: A powerful Vitamin C derivative that aids in collagen production, skin lightening and brightening. Has anti-inflammatory proprieties and is known to be a potent antioxidant.

Bentonite is a godsend for oily skin because it can absorb excess oil, which helps prevent and treat breakouts. Some people say it can also draw out impurities and toxins from the skin. Is this really true? Click through to find out. via @Beautiful With Brains

Spotlight On Bentonite

Bentonite is a godsend for oily skin because it can absorb excess oil, which helps prevent and treat breakouts. Some people say it can also draw out impurities and toxins from the skin. via With Brains

AHAs and BHAs - Beauty by the Geeks

AHAs and BHAs (alpha and beta hydroxy acids) are beauty blockbusters found in so many of the anti-ageing products we see today - let's take a closer look!

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