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  1. August 15, 2020

    Skincare secrets for night owls

    Did you know that some consider that sleep is the best dermatologist? Well, beauty sleep is real, as if you didn’t already know. And there is a reason why Sleeping Beauty was so beautiful.

    When we sleep, the skin goes into repair mode. And there are plenty of studies showing how a lack of sleep can be associated with unhealthy looking skin and even an accelerated skin aging process. The lack of sleep and excessive exposure to UV rays are among the most damaging factors when it comes to skin health.

    But sometimes you just can’t help it. The lack of sleep, we mean. It could be either that you need to pull an all-nighter to study for your exams, or that you just have to go to that party or function. After a certain age, the night owls are usually tired moms that seemed to have found the secret to functioning with just 3-4 hours per night.

    The lack of sleep can lead to dark circles around the eyes, as well as puffy eyes, fine lines and wrinkles, dull skin, and oth

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  2. August 01, 2020

    Best skincare for when its cold

    You have probably noticed already that during the winter months, the skin tends to get overly dry and dull. The changing of the seasons can be a real challenge for the skin. This is the reason why your skin needs a special skincare routine every season. Otherwise, you might discover that the tight skin sensation is here to stay, not to mention redness, itchiness, flakiness, and others. 

    More than this, some people even notice an accentuation of skin conditions such as acne and eczema when the temperatures are low. Fortunately, there are things you can do to prevent the cold weather from having a negative impact on your skin.

    Skin care tips and tricks for when it’s cold:

    - Don’t forget the sunscreen

    It might sound a bit funny to start the list with sunscreen – one of the skincare products that most people associate with summer days, but the dry air of the cold winter isn’t enough to prevent skin cancer. However, even if

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