Whether you’re on your first tattoo, your fifteenth, or your fiftieth, chances are, you’ve been told how important it is to take good care of your skin and protect it from the sun. But how vital is that skincare routine for your tattoo, and what does it actually mean for your skin?
Men are not always experts when it comes to skincare. Many believe it is more of a female-based concerned. The truth is, skincare is just as important for men as it is for women. While women tend to have a passion for their skincare routine, (it can very therapeutic, am I right?) understandably, men like to keep things simple.
Skin is the largest organ of the human body and serves several pretty important jobs, as well. It regulates our temperature and can let us know when something just isn’t right. It protects us from disease and illness. And, while basic skincare is a great start, learning a little more can't hurt- especially from a professional perspective.
The human body as a whole is pretty darn incredible, but our skin is even more amazing than most give it credit for. It can reflect our character, lifestyle, diet, exercise regimen (or lack thereof in my case), and is the canvas of what we want to present to the world. When you dig deep, it can be downright fascinating. Here are 15 awesomely amazing facts about your skin.
More and more, science is uncovering surprising health and beauty benefits of Cannabidiol (CBD) the compound found in marijuana. It’s even gained a celebrity following, with Emma Roberts, Melissa McCarthy and more boasting about using CBD oils for everything from muscle pains to skin cream. But what exactly is CBD oil?
Though bath bombs are full of healthy oils and salts, some may contain harsh chemicals that give off those delicious scents. That doesn’t mean that if you have sensitive skin, you need to miss out on all the great benefits of a bath bomb. These are the best bath bomb brands and scents gentle enough for sensitive skin.
Exercise comes with all kinds of benefits. Beyond keeping your body fit and healthy, it’s also great for battling depression, SAD, and insomnia. But did you know that exercise is also good for your skin? Here are just a few of the ways exercise can help you achieve younger and healthier skin.
The first rule of healthy skin is to know your own skin type. It’s not just about slathering products on and hoping for a good result! But with so many products on the market, how do you know which to choose? Knowing your skin type is a good place to start.
The leaves are falling, the weather is cooling, and football season is here! In other words, everything around you is transitioning, and so should your fall skincare. Your skin now has less stress from UV radiation, allowing you more room to look into treating yourself with a chemical peel.
There’s nothing wrong with a little indulgence every now and then. But sugar, especially refined sugar, like what you find in candies, cookies, and delicious baked goods, is as bad for your skin as it is for your waistline. To keep a healthy glow in your skin, you’ll want to stick to healthy natural sugars, like fruits, maple syrups, and honey, and away from carbs, and refined sugars.
In recent years, SPF cosmetics have soared in popularity as interest in sun safety and dermatological health grows among the general public. Sales of SPF foundations, bronzers and primers are on the rise, but do they offer real protection?