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  • The Difference Between Dry Acne and Oily Acne
    The Difference Between Dry Acne and Oily Acne Acne is one of the most common and difficult skin conditions that we treat as aestheticians. When you break out, those annoying blemishes are a combination of dead skin cells, oil, and bacteria. Those with oily skin have excess oil on the surface, making it the perfect breeding ground for breakouts. Yet, surprisingly, even people with dry skin can get acne. So, what is the difference between oily acne and dry acne and what is causing that to happen?
  • 4 Sneaky Causes of Wrinkles (& How to Avoid Them)
    4 Sneaky Causes of Wrinkles (& How to Avoid Them) Aging. It happens to all of us, but as we age, we all want to do so gracefully. Even if you take excellent care of your skin, there are still sneaky little culprits that can speed the aging process, causing an increase in fine lines and wrinkles. To help you age as beautifully as possible, we're revealing 4 common causes for wrinkles (a.k.a the "4 Sneaky "S's") and what you can do to avoid them.
  • To Treat Dry Skin, Start by Understanding TEWL
    To Treat Dry Skin, Start by Understanding TEWL Transepidermal water loss, or TEWL, is an essential concept to understand when considering skin dryness. Although often overlooked, TEWL is one of the main reasons why moisturizing the skin regularly and with the right products is a crucial step in keeping skin healthy and hydrated.