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Making a mountain out of a mole: Your FAQs answered

When thinking about moles, we are immediately reminded about all the celebrities whose moles were just as famous, made headlines and also made some of their careers,—think Cindy Crawford and Marilyn Monroe. These famous women and their moles had many other women pencilling in fake moles while the rest of us felt naturally blessed and flaunted our facial moles as beauty spots. Although we have been warned about taking utmost care of our skin in order…

Get a skin-tastic glow with skin oils

You hear ‘skin oils’ and you are probably going to think any of the following—that the idea of applying oil on your acne prone skin seems illogical (it actually isn’t) or that your skin is so sensitive that you cannot use oil (you can) or that the whole concept of including skin oil in your skincare routine is too confusing for your low maintenance needs (it most certainly is not). What are skin oils and what…

Skincare during COVID-19

The novel Coronavirus has impacted every aspect of our lives. Everything, from the way we interact with each other to our work and social lives, has been upturned.

Teen acne: Nothing that can’t be dealt with

Teenage years can be a pretty confusing time. There are numerous changes that take place in the body at both an emotional and physical level. One such prominent and noticeable physical change is acne. The sudden hormonal changes during puberty often lead to an increase in the skin’s oil (sebum) production. The sebum produced mixes with dead skin cells, clogs pores, and traps bacteria within the skin causing acne or pimples—resulting in acne becoming a mainstay…

Clean Beauty A Skincare Revolution or Extravagance?

The whole ‘clean beauty’ movement as a trend originated from conscious consumerism. With consumers jumping into the sustainable and eco-friendly bandwagon, companies are making products that would cater to this market. The beauty industry is currently valued at $532 billion and is looking up based on a report by retail analyst Edited.[1] So, what is the clean beauty movement all about and what do dermatologists have to say about it? What exactly is clean beauty? You…

Skincare Hacks for Healthy Skin During Coronovirus Lockdown

Has the lockdown affected your skincare routine and made your skin dry and dull? Try out these skincare home remedies to keep your skin glowing! Prolonged home quarantine period along with drastic changes in eating habits, lack of exercise, reduced water intake, change in weather and simply being lazy can lead to your body reacting differently and causing hormonal imbalance. The consequences? Dry skin somewhere, oily skin somewhere else, acne, pimples acting up, heat boils on…

Skincare acids for your skin & beauty routine

You have probably seen serums, cleansers and moisturisers showcasing active ingredients that can help reduce wrinkles, brighten skin and prevent breakouts. Many of these ingredients are basically acids that come with inherent skincare properties. Acids are a growing trend in the skincare world and acid-based products are finding their way into shelves and closets like never before. Acids if leveraged in right dosages can help get rid of dead cells and reveal clear, smooth and brighter…

5 Ways to Show Your Skin Some Love This Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. This time of year is all about love and that includes not just showering love on your loved ones, but loving the human body’s largest organ—your skin. Expensive skincare products and fancy packaging may look appealing, but skincare doesn’t end there. Truly loving your skin involves much more. Here are 5 ways to show some skin love this Valentine’s Day. 1. Show love by auditing your skincare and makeup…

Vitamin C: 7 reasons why this serum is essential to your daily routine

Your epidermis—the outermost layer of your skin—which serves to protect your body against the absorption of harmful substances is also the most vulnerable to damage. Environmental damage due to exposure to harmful UV rays coupled with chemical damage from a wide variety of products can leave your skin looking dull and tired. Fortunately, there are several scientifically backed skin care products that can help control and even reverse the damage done to the skin. Vitamin C…

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