When we see gold in cosmetics we have an immediate feeling of luxury and well-being, which leads us to see the cosmetic in question in a whole new light. What really are the uses and properties of this ingredient, used since ancient times in theskincare routines of queens and empresses? Keep reading to find out.
Eye patches are more than just a treatment: when used on an ongoing basis, they can be helpful in combating dark circles, puffiness and frown lines. Let’s find out how apply them and what are the right products to choose for each blemish.
Everyone is talking about superfoods and their benefits for nutrition and skin. What are they and how to make the most of them in our skincare? Let’s find out.
Oily and impure skin has to be treated with attention and the right active, starting with a good cleanser that will cleanse the face and remove the excess sebum, without damaging the skin barrier.
You always have dark circles around your eyes and you want them to go away? Let’s find out all the ways to know, recognise and treat your dark circles.
The skincare market is full of products with various goals. Often you don’t know what products works best for your skin type, in which order you have to apply them, how much product you need to use…skincare world seems so tricky, but it takes a few and simple rules and all of its secret will be revealed.
Using alpha hydroxy acid in skincare has various properties and benefit that makes them per perfect to help with different skin conditions. Let’s find it out togheter!
Exfoliation is the most important step in our skincare routine, that can transform our skin for the best or for the worst, if done in the wrong way and with the wrong frequency. There isn’t only one type of exfoliation that suits every skin type, but different types to respect the features and needs of everyone.
Right from Korea, Double Cleasingis well loved and used even in western routine’s. It’s perfect for all skin type and a powerful ally for glowing and healty skin.
How to use a facial scrub for best results. Find out how and when to use a scrub, which scrub to choose and the contraindications of scrubbing.
What is scrub?
A scrub or gommage (“scrub” literally means “to rub”) is a cosmetic treatment in cream, gel or powder indicated to esfoliate the most superficial layer of the skin in order to regenerate skin tissues. The solid micro particles (microspheres, granules or more or less abrasive powders) contained in the scrub cream or gel, once applied to the skin and massaged, carry out a mechanical action, remove dead cells and stimulate the natural process of renewal of the stratum corneum, the most superficial part of the skin.
What is the purpose of a scrub?
Exfoliation, which occurs with facial scrubs and body scrubs, is intended to revitalize the epidermis. The ingredients of this exfoliant remove dead cells and impurities that are deposited on the surface, stimulating the deep mechanisms of skin regeneration and renewal of the epidermis. The ingredients of this exfoliant allow the removal of dead cells and impurities that are deposited on the surface, stimulating the deep mechanisms of skin regeneration, the renewal of the epidermis and promoting the elimination of devitalized cells and skin thickening. After the scrub, the skin regains its natural radiance and is ready to receive the functional substances present in the moisturizing and nourishing treatments we choose to use.