Moisturizers and serums have similar qualities but can they be used interchangeably?
The answer is simply no. Although moisturizers and serums have similar benefits, such promoting moisture retention, they help the skin in different ways. To find out what makes these types of products different, continue reading! Continue reading “Moisturizers VS Serums: What Makes Them Different?”
Our skin requires different care and nourishment depending on the time of day so it’s important to adjust your skincare routine to meet these specific needs. For instance, your morning routine should include a product with SPF to protect skin from harmful UV exposure; however, your skin does not require this type of protection during the evening hours. Continue reading “Morning vs. Evening Skincare Routine: Should They Differ?”
Ceramides are naturally occurring fats in our body that serve as the main component of skin’s outer structure. They protect the delicate surface of the skin and help to lock in moisture. Ceramide lipids (along with cholesterol and other fatty acids) are basically the glue that binds our skin cells together, creating a strong and protective barrier against external damage.
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