All Skincare News

  • Pores, Peels, Pigmentation and Procrastination

    By: Genevieve Miller  

    As I approach my 40th birthday, I’m starting to notice changes in my skin that are impacting everything: how I apply makeup, which products I now can/can’t use, recognizing that I should’ve adopted a better skincare regimen ages ago, beating myself up for knowing this but opting to do absolutely nothing about it, etc. etc.  

  • Why Your Skincare Regimen Might Be All Wrong

    Most women claim to have sensitive skin, but as it turns out, few women do. You might be thinking, “Wow, Jenny thanks for that scintillating bit of news and who cares if I’m wrong about my sensitive skin, it can’t hurt to be on the safe side, right?  

  • Common Causes of So-Called “Broken Capillaries” and How to Treat Them

    By Allison Schmidt 

    I’ve had allergies for as long as I can remember. Like clockwork, every time a plant blooms (or the wind blows, or I haven’t dusted in a while,) I get a sneezing attack. Likewise, I’ve always got Kleenex at the ready. My seemingly incessant sneezing, chronically excessive nose blowing, and rubbing/itching has put too much pressure on the skin around my nose and after several years, has resulted in a few broken capillaries.  

  • Can Too Much Collagen be a Bad Thing?

    My Adventures with a Stubborn Keloid Scar 

    By Allison Schmidt 

    A keloid scar is basically the only time I think of collagen as a bad thing, because too much of it following an injury or a mole removal procedure, (in my case), can actually cause a scar that is raised and larger than the initial injury, which can also be itchy and painful.  

  • Three Must-Have Skincare Products for Women Over 30

    “I always tell every woman whether they are dark skin or light skin, if you are approaching 30 you need to be on these three products; SPF, retinol and vitamin C. Everything else is nice to have but these three things are proven to work and so it would be a shame to miss out,” notes board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Sheila Nazarian 

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