We wear our age on our faces. If we don’t take care of our skin it will become dull and make us look much older than we are. To give your skin a boost, here are six nightly routines that can help rejuvenate your face: Remove your makeup Before you wash your face, use a high-quality makeup remover to clear away your makeup. Any residue that the makeup remover misses, your face wash will take care of. There are different products available that remove makeup such as toners, micellar water and special scrubs. You may have to try different brands to see which one works best for your skin. Wash your face Wet your face with warm water, then, with a cleanser that is specifically designed for the face and neck, gently massage the product into your skin. When you’re…


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It seems like there are new skincare fads popping up daily and the latest trend is hyaluronic acid. You may have heard about it but have found yourself unsure as to what it is and what it’s used for. Below you’ll find everything you need to know about hyaluronic acid. What is hyaluronic acid? Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a substance that occurs naturally in our bodies. It is found in its highest concentrations within the fluids in our joints and eyes. Also known as hyaluronan or hyaluronate, HA binds to water to lubricate the movable parts of the body and creates a moisturizing effect when used on the skin. What is it used for? HA is used as a lip filler in plastic surgery to create fuller, plumper and youthful looking lips. It is also used during eye surgeries such…


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Your skin is the biggest organ in your body. It protects you from excessive dehydration and pathogens, facilitates the manufacture of vitamin D, and provides you with insulation and body temperature control. While there are different skin types, ranging from dry to oily, it is widely accepted that glowing skin is a sign of good health. If you’re looking for natural alternatives to chemicals for skin care, here are some foods that will banish wrinkles, keep your skin soft and supple, and give your skin a radiant glow, one meal at a time: Olive oil A recent study revealed that a minimum daily consumption of 8.4 grams or 2 teaspoons of olive oil resulted in 31 per cent reduced signs of aging compared to eating less. The study also showed that olive oil offers the most benefits to the skin…


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