Peptides for the skin? Do you need them?
Sometimes, there are skincare ingredients like peptides for the skin that interest. But, they seem a little mysterious or, too good to be true.
They sound like something your skin needs, and the beauty consultant thought you did too. But, they couldn’t explain why? You want to trust them; after all, it’s a well-known brand with a good reputation. So, why not? Right?
With so many ingredients popping up every second minute, you’d be wise to consider why you need them before spending your money.
So many ingredients so little time.
You’d be forgiven for feeling confused when it comes to choosing your skincare. After all, everyone has a point of view and every brand wants you to believe they have the secret to skincare utopia. But, in truth, we can narrow it down to, not hundreds of ingredients but a handful that truly work. One such ingredient is Niacinamide.
Ever wonder what a Cosmeceutical is?
If you’re interested in the appearance of your skin, then you may know something about cosmeceutical skin care and some of the brands making this claim. But, as it’s a made-up word it may be new to you.
Unfortunately, the word cosmeceutical has been used and abused by marketing departments the world over, so much so, it’s hard to sort fact from fiction.
Beetox versus getting a jab to your frown?
You want to look your best. But, you’re not quite ready for anti-wrinkle injections. You’ve heard about creams workin the same way? Bee venom comes to mind. You ponder. If the claims are true then surely bee venom could be a more natural alternative?
Bee venom has been around for a while now but, is it a replacement to anti-wrinkle injections? The short answer? Well, no not really, but then again there’s more to this story and it’s worth taking a look.
The beauty vitamin we all need.
If there were a vitamin that could be named universally as the beauty vitamin, then for me, vitamin D would be the one. Often called the sunshine vitamin, stimulated by exposure to the sun it’s a hormone that interacts with a type of cholesterol found in your skin.
This magical interaction should store vitamin D for when your body needs it. Great, that all seems simple enough, get a little sunshine, and you’re good to go. And yet, we seem to be missing out.