• Habits to Prevent and Treat Acne Prone Skin

    Habits to Prevent and Treat Acne Prone Skin

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      There’s nothing more frustrating than investing in skincare products to see no results. Acne is a long-term skin condition that needs to be properly treated and that includes adjusting your lifestyle habits. We’re here to help you find out why your acne treatment isn’t working. Cleansing is a MUST The biggest culprit of acne is clogged pores and hair follicles with oil and...
  • Reviewing Missha's Time Revolution Night Repair Probio Ampoule

    Reviewing Missha's Time Revolution Night Repair Probio Ampoule

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    I hit 25 this year which of course is still considered young; however I feel like it’s a good time to start looking into anti-aging skincare as a preventative method. Collagen production typically begins to slowly start declining in one’s mid-20s. In my opinion, one of the best ways to switch up your routine to achieve different skincare goals is through a serum or...
  • Achieving a Youthful Look with Aegyo-sal

    Achieving a Youthful Look with Aegyo-sal

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    South Korea is known for its high emphasis on appearance and always innovates new ways to look more beautiful, but have you heard of aegyo-sal? What is Aegyo-sal? Aegyo-sal is the roll of skin right beneath your eyes that frame the lower eye lids. This small detail to the eye is widely envied by Koreans as it makes one look younger and innocent. Sometimes called “eye...
  • Back to Basics: The 3 Simplified Yet Essential Steps for Any Skincare Routine

    Back to Basics: The 3 Simplified Yet Essential Steps for Any Skincare Routine

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        It seems every day the cosmetics market is flooded with new and never-before-heard-of products, all of which are advertised as essential and indispensable to your skincare routine. Not only are these products expensive, but our increasingly busy schedules leave us with no time to undertake elaborate multi-step skincare routines daily. Instead, a lot of us end up skipping the routine altogether.
  • How Often Should You Exfoliate / Dangers of Over-Exfoliating

    How Often Should You Exfoliate / Dangers of Over-Exfoliating

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    Exfoliation is a process that helps get rid of dead skin cells and is typically done using grainy, chemical exfoliators, or even a physical exfoliator tool. It is normal for your skin to shed these dead cells in a 30-day cycle (approximately) for new cell formation to take place.
  • Ingredient Spotlight: Peptides 101

    Ingredient Spotlight: Peptides 101

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    Have you heard the new buzz about peptides? They’re the hero ingredient in treating wrinkles and other anti-aging skin matters. Peptides do wonders for your skin, but have you wondered what peptides are and what they do for your skin? Is it worth having this ingredient in your skincare regimen? Most dermatologists would say yes! Peptides are threads of amino acids. These are building...
  • Jayjun Black Pearl First Repair Serum Review - M Review 118

    Jayjun Black Pearl First Repair Serum Review - M Review 118

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    It's the weekend, finally! Had a super stressful week with 3 lab reports due and a test hfjshajsgaka but I'm done, took a nap, and I'm back. Thankfully next week we have the whole week off! How do you destress? For me, I love to unwind with #skincare in case you missed it. Lately I've been testing this beautiful Black Pearl First Repair Serum from...
  • Dewytree Madecassoside Melting-Chou Mask Review - M Review 117

    Dewytree Madecassoside Melting-Chou Mask Review - M Review 117

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    Today I come to tell you about this mask, in particular is the Madecassoside Melting-Chou Mask by Dewytree.Madecassoside Melting Chou Mask is crafted for skin with discolorations, this mask balances the appearance of skin's tone and redness. Infused with Madecassoside and Centella Asiatica, this mask will provide soothing nourishment to the skin that will help heal troubled, sensitive skin.   
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