It’s widely accepted that wearing sunscreen daily can help reduce the risk of skin cancer, visible signs of aging and melasma (dark spots). After fighting melasma for several years, I’m now religious about applying sunscreen on my face and neck, but it wasn’t until recently that I realized I was neglecting the tops of my hands. Our hands receive endless sun throughout […]
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The Environmental Working Group recently released their 10th Annual Sun Safety Report. This report highlights safer sunscreens that protect your skin from the sun, without using ingredients with harmful health impacts. As I have written about in the past, I grew up tanning on the dock and in the tanning salon and quickly noticed dark spots […]
Depending on what part of the country you live in, spring means different things for your skin. Some of you are still slogging through one of the snowiest, worst winters ever and others of you need to think about adding sunscreen back into your morning routine. I work for a company called Beautycounter, which is making the […]
What makes someone’s skin look healthy and radiant? Honestly, I don’t know. What I do know is what has worked for me over the years. You can fake a lot of things in this world, your credentials, the size of your bust, but it’s hard to fake healthy skin. After having gone through several stages of ‘overactive’ […]
Melasma, a condition that causes discoloration of one’s skin, can be a hassle. Discover my five simple ways to manage your melasma.
What happens when you put on sunscreen? A short video shows the power in adding sunscreen to your morning routine.
I’m ready for summer, are you? For many, this was a long and hard winter, so the idea of soaking up some vitamin D at the beach or lake sounds delightful. As many of you already know, toxic chemicals have crept into the products we use everyday, even the ones that are designed to keep […]