Is it Safe to Use Baking Soda on My Face?Posted by c cho on
Short answer: no. pH is very important in skincare.Too alkaline and your skin can experience drying, dehydration, and inflammation. If the pH is too acidic, you may experience breakouts, irritation, and burns. pH of 1 is acidic...
Acne Care Dos and Don'tsPosted by c cho on
DO: Reduce Swelling With IceFor swollen pimples, apply ice to reduce swelling and inflammation. DON’T: Squeeze Your PimplesIf you squeeze pimples, they take longer to heal, and you raise your risk of infection and scarring....
Rosehip OilPosted by connie cho on
Rosehip seed oil is full of vitamins, antioxidants and essential fatty acids that are known to correct dark spots and hydrate dry, itchy skin, and reduce scars and fine lines. For facial skin care, rose hip...
101 on BlackheadsPosted by connie cho on
5 Misconceptions about AcnePosted by connie cho on
Here are a few of the biggest myths about acne & helpful tips for clear and healthy skin:
You will eventually outgrow acne — it’s only a teenage problem.
Washing your face consistently is the cure to acne.
Wearing sunscreen clogs pores.
Your diet has nothing to do with acne.
Sun exposure is good for healing a breakout.