If you feel like you're already doing everything you can to get clear skin -- eating right and using good-for-you skin care products -- yet... you're still battling blemishes, acne or eczema or other skin issues that just won't die, you could actually have an allergy to gluten.
I stood back as several of the women asked her to repeat the name of the product while they furiously typed it into their phones. I had to put an end to this madness. "Um, did your BB Cream replace your other skincare steps?" I couldn't let these ladies drink the BB Cream Kool-Aid.
Remember when your mother used to say you're only hurting yourself? That's right. Committing these skincare crimes is just making things worse for your skin. Our poor skin doesn't need a magical elixir or potion; it just needs a little TLC and SPF.
Dara Kennedy, the founder of Ayla, has 5 skin care tips for post 50 women.
Hands have fewer oil glands, which means they get drier faster than the rest of your body. Thus, it's important to moisturize your hands often during winter months.
Guard yourself against the winter blues by making sure you get enough of this "sunshine vitamin" and do wonders for your skin at the same time.
Baby, it's cold outside! The holidays may be over, but dry, itchy winter skin is still in full effect. With less moisture in the air, there is less moisture in our skin, and sadly, indoor heat can be just as dehydrating.
Beauty starts with how we think and feel. If we are unkind and stressed, it "shows." When we are compassionate and loving, that also shows.
A high-sugar diet won't do your skin many favors, but incorporating it into your topical beauty routine can deliver some pretty sweet results.
Fall is the time to take a deep breath and clean up our act. It is imperative to prepare skin for the harsh winter, to make sure it survives looking luscious, hydrated and healthy. Detoxing is the key to preparing your skin to stay healthy and beautiful all winter.
I remember vividly sitting at one of those little desks in elementary school with a book propped up to cover my face, cowering from the jeering look from a classmate who commented on the growing pimple on my face.
My mom has always looked and smelled good. As a matter of fact, it's become a family joke. The mother of three daughters, she always reminded us to wash our faces, not pick at them and -- at the very least -- to remove our makeup before bed.
Is it love that is making you glow, or this 3-month answer to beautiful, bridal skin?
When used strategically, powder, liner, gloss and mascara can take off years and put all eyes on you -- in a good way. It's time to banish these beauty blunders once and for all and make sure you look your most amazing.
I am usually asked how natural redheads should care for their sensitive skin. But what many don't realize is that there are many skin types that redheads could potentially have, regardless of it being sensitive or fair.
Hey, engaged girls: I'm sure lots of you have been hitting the gym regularly since getting your rings, but how about getting your skin in tip-top shape before your wedding day?