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Our skin is the largest organ we have and we tend to be a bit rough with it. We don’t always take the best care of it, moisturize daily, drink enough water, eat healthy, take vitamins…and we should care what we use to clean it, but advertising can be very compelling to sell something that isn’t helpful for our skin in the long run. Nothing is better than the ingredients directly from the earth to achieve it and you’ll find those are rarely used in most mainstream beauty brands! Remember,...

What do Kim Kardashian West, LeAnn Rimes and Eli Roth all have in common? Other than taking over your Insta feed, these (and many other) celebs also have psoriasis. Psoriasis is a highly visible skin condition that can be difficult to treat, especially when faced with an aisle full of over-the-counter “solutions” promising quick results for cheap. One of the more “promising” OTC options that is hyped and even recommended by some dermatologists is tar soap, which has been a remedy for skin conditions since ancient times. Here’s a quick overview of just about...

You may have heard of sulfate free shampoo and that using shampoo without sulfates can be beneficial for your hair and beauty regimen, right? But why? Did you ever look into why that's even something to consider? Why are sulfates bad? Is it going to destroy my hair? Make me go bald?  To better understand why sulfate free shampoo may be best for your hair, you should know why sulfates are bad, what do sulfates in shampoo do to your hair and what are the benefits of sulfate free shampoo? The reasons behind it may just make you convert! Welcome...

Manuka honey has become a dominant part of three different industries around the globe for the past decade: healthcare, skin care, and food. As hipster culture permeates every wellness thing out there, and more people turn to a healthier, natural lifestyle all over the country, many have become obsessed with manuka honey. Why? It’s just honey, right? It’s been lauded as everything from a skin treatment miracle to a cancer deterrent. Perhaps the wildest thing about manuka honey, besides its raw shelf price, is that unlike other passing health fads, this one actually has old-school...

There's no denying that there's an ever-increasing awareness and discussion about the ingredients used in beauty products, more specifically potentially-questionable ingredients and chemicals. And among the sulfates and parabens and phthalates of the world, there's another, seemingly much scarier player, that has people talking: formaldehyde. Unlike many of its counterparts, it's not an ingredient exclusive to the beauty industry; it's used during the embalming process, after all—and that's exactly what has people (understandably) concerned.  Ahead, we dive into the use of formaldehyde in beauty products... and whether or not the...

According to current studies, more than eight million Americans (and 125 million people worldwide) have psoriasis. And yet, despite its prevalence, it’s a skin condition that’s largely still misunderstood—not to mention misidentified given its similarities to eczema, a much more common skin condition that affects 31.6 million people in the U.S. Due to the frequent mix-up, we figured a guide to all things psoriasis and eczema could be of great use. While only a dermatologist can properly diagnose psoriasis and eczema (and determine the best course of treatment if you go...

Isoparaffin sounds a little scary—but is it actually a skin care ingredient you should be concerned about? The short answer is it can be. While some consider it good for formulations of skin care products, for most skin types, and especially for skin conditions, you definitely want to take a look at what this product is and if you should avoid it or not. We give you the details on isoparaffin, including what makes it controversial, below. What is Isoparaffin? Isoparaffin is a branched-chain of saturated hydrocarbons derived from petroleum. Or,...

About half of the 8 million Americans (and 125 million people worldwide) affected with psoriasis have the condition on their scalp, aptly called scalp psoriasis. Scalp psoriasis formation has no relation to our hair types or textures, so pretty much anyone can develop the condition. Mild cases are characterized by fine, powdery flakes. Moderate cases involve scales, while more severe cases include plaques, which are raised, scaly patches of skin. On lighter skin, these plaques appear red and silver; on darker skin, plaques appear purple, grey, or dark brown. The condition can cause itchiness, inflammation,...

Rosacea may not be a life-threatening condition or something that gravely affects your health, but the effect that it has on you mentally and emotionally is overpowering. Having a flushed, bumpy complexion takes a toll on you, similar to the way acne can make you feel like a recluse who'd rather hide their skin than be in public. While there is no cure for the condition, there are certain steps you can take to make redness less noticeable and flare-ups far fewer, like your diet, reducing alcohol intake, and being conscious of the products that...

You put it in your tea, maybe drizzle some on toast—but did you know that honey can also be a standout topical skincare ingredient? Used for centuries for its skin-saving and wound-healing properties, it's a top-notch pick in the world of effective, natural ingredients, particularly when you're talking about manuka honey. A unique type with an even greater amount of benefits than other honey, it's a smart pick not only for certain cosmetic concerns, but for more serious, skin health issues, too. Let's dive into what manuka honey in skin care can do......