What's Your Skin Care Routine? Here's What I'm Doing Now Published on December 31, 2010 by Makeup and Beauty Zone · No Comments What's Your Skin Care Routine? Here's What I'm Doing Now I'll tell you mine if you tell me yours. Every so often I'm asked about my skin care routine, and because I...

or protect our skin during those summer days near the water, while exercising, or simply just enjoying a beautiful day in the sun. Bella tells us the best way to prevent wind burn is to cover your skin by using a scarf or floppy hat while also using a thick moisturizer to add a barrier...

While summer 2012 is all about color (from pastel pinks to neon green), it can be difficult to find out which color works for your specific skin tone. So we put together a few tips for dressing for your skin tone this summer. Avoid looking like a washed-out tweaker from "Breaking Bad" by...

Give your skin the TLC it needs this summer with a few double-duty products from BeautyBar.com. Not only do the following products contain SPF to protect your skin from damaging UV rays, but they also allow you to achieve a glowing, luminous look all season long. With these multi-tasking...

The summer may be a time to shine, but the season also poses a threat to the vitality of your skin, hair, and body. Sun and heat exposure can make your skin flaky and pigmented, your hair dry, and your body sluggish. The following 5 summer tips to keep your skin, hair, and body beautiful are...

all that glistening sweat within an hour of completing that workout or your glistening glow turns into gunk and goo that will basically clog your pores and cause blackheads, breakouts and other nastiness. Keep the glow going and clean off your face after you work out. Simple Skincare...

Have a read and you will change your mind very quickly. There is also nothing DIET about them. b. I also suggest that you always clean your makeup off properly. Never go to bed with your makeup on. Those nasty synthetic chemicals and alcohols will ruin your skin. They dry out the eye lashes...

I've been hearing and reading that mineral oil is not good for your skin. How true is this? Because a lot of beauty products, especially makeup removers, contain mineral oil and they work well for me. Even baby oil and the classic cold cream are made with mineral oil. But if they're not good...

Use a couple of drops on the skin as a moisturizer, on hair as a conditioner and smoother, as a cuticle oil or even a drop on the lips as a shiny balm. Or go ahead and mix a drop of it with your regular moisturizer when some extra moisture is in order, ditto for your body lotion and even your...

It apparently all comes down to what type of skin you have. So if you're asking, "Is coconut oil good for your skin?," I recommend thoroughly examining your skin and doing a little detective work online. Coconut oil is considered a comedogenic. I KNOW. I was just as surprised as you to read...

 

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