Tips for Building an Effective Skincare Routine

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Tips for Building an Effective Skincare Routine

Building a skincare routine can seem like a daunting task, so we’ve created a three-level guide, starting from “the basics” and ending with the “fun but not strictly necessary.”

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  • Tips for Bright, Radiant Skin This Winter

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    Gone are the summer barbecues and days spent by the pool or on the beach. It’s likely that even with diligent sunscreen usage, good memories aren’t all that you accrued during the warmer months. Winter is often the perfect time to address the sun damage you may have accumulated during the summer. Below are some tips to take advantage of the winter season!

  • How to Prevent Winter Dry Skin

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    Winter can bring along with it cold and dry air that leaves skin feeling uncomfortably dry, tight and flaky. Below are tips that can help keep skin moisturized and comfortable during the winter months.

  • Urea for Hydrating Dry Skin

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    What is Urea?  Urea, also known as carbamide, is one of the oldest and most well-researched ingredients in clinical skincare. It is routinely recommended by dermatologists for dry, scaly skin, and has been used in clinical settings for over a century. Perhaps owing to its long history, it is often overlooked by skincare users as a go-to hydrating ingredient.

  • Better Together: Vitamin C Serum and Hydrating Cream

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    After testing our Ascorbic Acid 20 Brightening C Serum (AA20) and Minimalist Hydrating Cream (MHC) separately, we wondered what pairing them together in a regimen could accomplish. What we found was that when paired together, study participants experienced statistically significant improvements in the appearance of skin brightness, wrinkling and firmness as measured by both clinician grading and instrumentation.

  • Vitamin C for Skin Discolorations, Wrinkles and Antioxidant Support

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    What is Vitamin C and why is it so good for the skin? 
    Vitamin C, also known as Ascorbic Acid, is a much beloved ingredient in clinical skincare, and for good reason. It’s one of relatively few ingredients in skincare that has a number of published clinical studies demonstrating its ability to improve the appearance of skin discolorations and wrinkles. It is also a powerful antioxidant, helping to support skin against free radicals produced by exposure to sun and pollution.

  • Tips for Building an Effective Skincare Routine

    skincare guides

    Building a skincare routine can seem like a daunting task, so we’ve created a three-level guide, starting from “the basics” and ending with the “fun but not strictly necessary.”

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