We’ve all heard that phrase “you are what you eat” right? Well that statement reigns especially true when it comes to the correlation between your diet and skin health.
Advanced BioDerma welcomes Samantha Bethel-Ellison, MD, MBA to the company to serves as the company’s brand ambassador and Chief Medical Advisor.
Citric acid is a plant derived AHA found in citrus fruits like lemons, oranges and grapefruits. Citric acid is more than just a chemical exfoliant, the following are several skin benefits that make citric acid unique.
We are told that breakouts and blemishes are just a pesky side effect of our teenage years but many individuals actually continue to struggle with acne into their adulthood.
You may have heard of willow bark when researching hydroxy acids like salicylic acid, that’s because black willow bark is essentially one of the best-known plant sources of salicylic acid.
Effortless, beachy waves have stayed at the top of the trends for the past couple of years now but getting the perfect waves that last can be a difficult process.
If you’ve never heard of bilberries, you may notice they look very much like blueberries, that’s because they are blueberry’s distant relatives! Bilberry extract has started to make its way into skincare for its soothing and clearing affects.
The pressure to have an effective, go-to skin care routine can be overwhelming when you don’t know where to start. The first step in establishing a full-proof skin care routine is determining your skin type so that the products are catered to fit your needs.
Pineapple extract is quickly becoming the new and improved “vitamin c”. This means, pineapple extract can do more than just brighten your skin. The following are several reasons you should be incorporating this ingredient to your everyday skin care.
If you struggle to find a good product for your blemishes in the store, there are some DIY face masks catered to breakouts that you can try at home.