Mineral sunscreens use zinc oxide and titanium dioxide to protect skin from UV rays. These Uv filters provide better protection than synthetic UV filters and don't cause irritations, so they're perfect for sensitive skin. But they can be thick and leave a white cast on the skin. Click through to find out more about mineral sunscreens and why you should use them. via @Beautiful With Brains
If you have ever taken a stroll down the skin care aisle at any major store, you have likely been confronted with an astounding number of options. There are products for every conceivable skin condition and type, at price points that go from worryingly.
Vampire facelifts are all the rage now. Basically, the therapist draws some blood from your arm, purifies it, and applies it to your face to promote the production of collagen, treat wrinkles, and improve the texture of your skin. But, does it really work?
Spotlight On Retinyl Palmitate
Retinyl palmitate is a form of vitamin A that can fight the signs of premature aging, such as fine lines and wrinkles. Or can you keep using it safely?
Japanese PA Sunscreen Rating System
PA, which means Protection Grade of UVA rays, is a rating system created in Japan to indicate the level of protection from UVA rays.
Glycerin, hyaluronic acid, and other humectants are very used in skincare products because of their ability to deeply hydrate all skin types without adding more oil or causing irritations. Click through to find out what they are and why you should use them.
The higher the SPF, the better right? Mmm... In theory, SPF 100 should provide the best security. In practice, it still doesn't block all UV rays. In fact, there's no much difference between SPF 30 and SPF 100. But SPF 100 is more dangerous because it makes you feel safe enough to spend more time in the sun wihout topping up your sunscreen. So should you really use sunscreen with SPF 100? Click through to find out. via @Isabelle - Romantic at Heart With Brains
Would you like to start using a new skincare product, but are afraid it might give you a bad reaction, cause breakouts, or something? Then, read my top tips on how you can safely introduce new products into your skincare routine.
Now that the summer is in full swing, it is time to make sure your sunscreen game is on point! No matter what your ethnicity, spending time out in the sun puts you at risk for skin cancer, accelerates.
Sunscreen is the most important beauty product in your arsenal. It protects you from the damaging UV rays that cause wrinkles, dark spots, and cancer. Unless it's expired. Then you're just using a product that will do you more harm than good.