New momma Naya Rivera is no stranger to skin care issues, as she demonstrated recently with an Instagram post. While she opted for a fancy derma pen facial that the rest of us may not be able to afford, there are many ways to restore your skin after pregnancy. Here are 8 tips that you can use to get rid of skin problems after giving birth.Continue Reading >
Oh, you lucky pregnant ladies--your complexion is probably perfectly glowing right now! An increase in blood circulating around your body is credited with giving your skin that natural flush. Even if you're not pregnant but still want to have that fresh glow--you'll be happy to know that it's easy to fake! Here are a few tips to help you get your glow on!Continue Reading >
I've been hearing for quite some time now that oil is the best thing for your skin, but no matter how much I hear this theory, I just could not believe it. That is, until I heard my friend's story of disappearing acne after using oil to wash her face. Find out how it worked for her, as well as six other reasons why you NEED to try oil to cleanse your face.
Es cierto que algunas personas no se ven bien sin maquillaje pero la transformación que sufrió esta mujer al limpiarse la mitad del rostro es impresionante. Ella tuvo la valentía de poner una cámara frente a ella y mostrarle al mundo su verdadero rostro. Algo que pocas mujeres se atreven a hacer.
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Kim Kardashian recently admitted that she went to bed with full makeup. Talk about breaking a huge beauty rule! We all know it probably takes her hours to get ready, but that's no excuse. Your skin repairs itself at time, so wearing thick and heavy makeup means more clogged pores and acne breakouts. We've all been guilty of breaking this cardinal makeup rule, like Kim Kardashian, but there are plenty of easy ways to repair your skin after you mistreat it. Check out some of our suggestions!Continue Reading >
There are a lot of things I'm willing to do all for the sake of clear acne-free skin. I'll give up chocolates, sweets and dairy. I'll switch up my skincare routine, I'll work out more, drink plenty of water, and even pay for a fancy spancy facial every two or three months if necessary. But one thing I'm absolutely NOT willing to try is a urine facial. That's right, apparently it's the hottest thing in the U.K. right now and it promises to keep those zits and manchas off your face. Seriously, who would actually try this though?
There's a hot new beauty oil everyone is raving about these days and I'm not talking coconut oil. No it's far more luxurious. Think argan oil but less greasy and packed with a zillion more beauty benefits. Okay, still don't know what I'm talking about? I'm referring to maracuja oil. It's a fancy schmanzy oil that comes from various varieties of Passionflower plant and passion fruit seeds. It's light, it's moisturizing and will change your skin forever!
Okay, so I'm just going to put it out there. I'm absolutely obsessed with coconut oil and make it a big part of my beauty regimen. I use it to deep condition my hair, to moisturize my body and even dab on a little to my face during the wintertime. I'm telling you, this stuff works magic! You would not believe how radiant it leaves my skin and how shiny it leaves my strands. I don't know what I'd do without it! But apparently there's another miracle beauty ingredient out there that's making its way to women's vanity tables and it's magnesium oil!
I love having a honey toned complexion, but I'm not going to lie, it definitely comes with its own set of problems. Like most Latinas with olive skin or darker, I struggle with uneven skin tone. Certain parts of my face appear slightly lighter or darker than others and I get pesky manchas too, usually after a bad breakout. Trust me--it's not cute! Funny thing is, most people I meet find my skin flawless and radiant. I get compliments all the time (especially from my gringa friends). Well, that's what working in the beauty industry for years will do to you. I might struggle with dark spots and hyperpigmentation but I have enough tricks, tips (and product recommendations) up my sleeve to know how to brighten up my complexion ASAP!
We can all agree that cold weather is great for the hair, but terrible for the skin. With the low temperatures comes the dry, cracked, patchy skin and problems like eczema thrive in the winter. If left unattended, skin cracks, breaks and bleeds. Fortunately, there are things we can do to prevent dry, damaged skin and I'm going to tell you about these fixes. Check out our slideshow so you can learn how to protect your skin this winter and keep it moist and glowing.