Niacinamide is today’s beauty hero known for its ability to promote overall skin rejuvenation and fight against acne. While some folks are enjoying the effect of using it, others start complaining about pimples that suddenly flood their faces. Does niacinamide cause purging? Let’s figure it out!
Squalane vs. squalene is an ongoing debate. They are not the same, although both act as emollients, forming a protective film on top of the skin. Read the article to learn more about these ingredients and their benefits.
Sometimes it’s hard to believe that your “oil-free” moisturizer can cause nasty pimples. This happens for two reasons. First, not only oils provoke breakouts. There is a list of pore-clogging ingredients that you best avoid. Second, it is impossible to predict what particular component causes the issue. Read the article to reading to learn more about comedogenic ingredients.
Social media influencers share tips on how to get rid of scars without invasive interventions. One of their most popular recommendations is to use retinol. But does it help? We can wait no more and need to find the proofs. Keep on reading to learn about the recent scientific findings on the real effect of retinol on acne scars.
Nioxin is a haircare brand that originated in the USA in 1987. The fact that most dermatologists recommend this brand to treat hair shed and scalp disorders excites our curiosity. We decided to dive deeper to find out where magic comes from. Click the post to learn more about the efficacy and safety of every Nioxin shampoo ingredient.
Do you know that some acids can be used even during the summer? Surprisingly, it is not something new, and I bet you’ve heard it before. Mandelic acid is a queen of the ball. Compared to other exfoliants, it has a larger molecular weight and acts less irritative. Check the article to learn more about the benefits and uses of this ingredient.
After the age of 25-30, we start to experience a progressive decline in the amount of hyaluronic acid, resulting in a lack of skin moisture. Well, don’t panic. There are many different forms of HA available in the market. Let me just give you some tips on how to find and use the most effective one for the best radiant look.
Several studies suggest that poly-hydroxy acids (PHAs) can serve as a real competitor for alpha-hydroxy acids (aka AHAs) because they have a less irritative effect and cause less stinging. Sounds intriguing, right? Let’s get into the details.
Most people know a little about this component, although the beauty market is saturated with it. Any dermatologist can confirm that vitamin C is on the list of the best skincare legends because it works. Click the post to learn how to incorporate vitamin C into your skincare routine.