Some women are born with great skin, but guess what? It takes more than genes to get and keep that radiant glow. In fact, those who have the best skin usually say they've conquered acne or dryness—and are just willing to give their skin an extra tender loving care. Here are some of their best habits. … [Read more...] about 5 secrets of women with beautiful skin
No. Your skin type (dry, oily, combination) is caused by genetics, hormonal fluctuations, and weather. Drinking water is good for your body's health but will not have significant impact on your skin's texture. If your skin is dry, the best thing to do is to invest in moisturizers. You may also want to check if you are trying any new skincare products that are stripping it of … [Read more...] about If my skin is dry, does it mean I’m not drinking enough water?
We pay lots of money for expensive anti-aging creams and spa treatments. But one of the most powerful ingredients in those premium products is sitting right in your pantry: grapeseed oil. It's a favorite in beauty forums! Discover the wonderful benefits and uses of grapeseed oil, and how you can use it without forking over big bucks. … [Read more...] about Grapeseed oil: the cheap power moisturizer
We all know how exercise can help control heart disease, improve bone health, and burn a couple of calories, but here's another reason to stick to your gym routine: exercise can also give you glowing skin! And we're not just talking about the flush you get after a workout. Here are some of the long-term effects of exercise on your skin health. … [Read more...] about Why exercise can make your skin look better
Dermatologists are divided on this one. Some say yes, because it can remove deep-seated grime and residue which can lead to blocked pores and acne. But others say that because toners can be drying, only those who have really oily skin should use them. The most sensible approach is this. If you work outdoors (exposed to elements and dirt) or wear a lot of makeup or have oily … [Read more...] about Do I really need to use a skin toner?