In order to keep pace with makeup’s upgrades, there are now cleansers in every form imaginable—oils, sticks, balms, waters—that do an even better job at taking off a full face than the standard foaming varieties of the past.
Acne scars fade overtime (depending on severity) but there are few things you can do to speed up the healing process. Protect your skin from these harmful rays by using broad-spectrum sunscreen. My absolute favourite exfoliating pads are Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare’s Alpha Beta® Peel, Extra Strength Daily Peel.
You don’t have to look far to see that Korean skin care is influencing the beauty game here on the other side of the world. While my skin care routine consists of three products, some Korean skin care regimes can have up to 22 steps, including exfoliating, oils, double-cleansing, serums and moisturizers.
Some versions can be applied directly to dry skin to remove dirt and makeup. While you can use oils found in the health food store like jojoba oil, many beauty brands create targeted blends of a variety of oils for maximum moisture.
Each day the editors of Yahoo Beauty are sharing one noteworthy product we feel should be on your radar. I drink kombucha and put The Beauty Chef Inner Beauty Powder on top of my Greek yogurt regularly — but I’ve never thought about topical applications of probiotics. A few months ago, I snagged a bottle of Aurelia Probiotic Skincare Refine and Polish Miracle Balm ($98) from the beauty closet, mainly because I liked the pink-and-gold packaging and thought it’d look pretty sitting on my vanity table.