What do cigarettes do to your looks if you're a smoker? You're about to find out! Certainly everyone knows all of the medical risks of smoking, but it's effects on the skin are not often talked about. There are many chemicals in cigarette smoke that affect the skin's resilience including ammonia, carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, lead, mercury, nicotine and tar. (Sounds delicious, right?!) This dangerous cocktail of chemicals reduces blood flow and the circulation or oxygen, and
I am very excited to announce that I now carry AND's newest product, Harmony Creme!
I received this product a few months ago and it has done wonders for my skin! It is formulated to care for hormonally imbalanced skin with retinol, lactic, malic and tartaric acids to unclog pores, clarify texture and even out discoloration among other natural phytoestrogens to calm and balance.
Clinical studies on this night Creme have shown that after 6 months of use, the skin's elastic
The subject of acne is dear to my heart after having a personal struggle with it for many years. In the past, I used products containing benzoyl peroxide (most over the counter products contain BP or salicylic acid) and after some research, I have some scary news for you. What is Benzyol Peroxide? Benzoyl peroxide (BP) is a very common chemical skincare ingredient commonly found in specifically acne products, although it can also be used to control oil and for ingrown hairs.