At one time or another throughout our lives we are likely to take up the battle against dull skin, acne, wrinkles, fine lines, brown spots and post-breakout red spots. When looking to deal with these skin-related inconveniences, it’s human nature to reach for what appears to be the quickest and easiest fix. Many times, these so-called fixes come in the form of skin care self-diagnosis and a personal “prescription” for over-the-counter drug and department store purchases. These quick fixes lure unsuspecting consumers with light, seductive fragrances, beautiful packaging, and unreliable claims. Then after several days or weeks of use there comes the inevitable realization that the long-term solution still remains out of reach.
Summer means tank tops, swimsuits, shorts, and strappy sundresses. These easy-breezy clothing staples also necessitate a higher level of grooming maintenance to make sure you look your best. That said, the need to shave, wax, or pluck your way to smoothness can make the summer hair-removal routine exhausting. In the midst of all this grooming, how many of us have thought there really has to be a better way?
Do you have smartphone, tablet, IPad or IPhone? If you said yes, there’s a good chance you’re one of the millions of people who regularly indulge in a selfie. The self-centric photos are the way many people share a snapshot of their day on Instagram or Facebook. This virtual hello gives all of your followers a quick glimpse of you and your doings in the blink of an upload.
Ever go to bed with smooth and relatively clean skin only to wake up to a glaring red bump or painful cyst just under the surface of the skin? Unfortunately, you’re not alone. The misery of acne breakouts raises its head in adolescence and can follow an individual until long after menopause. What can be even more irritating is the mystery of acne. Similar to a bad hair day, there’s no one cause, leaving individuals constantly on the lookout for a skin care regime that addresses evolving needs.