If you have both acne and hyperpigmentation (sun spots, acne scars or hormonal), it can feel daunting to see results from the skincare you use at home, but there are products, ingredients and ways to help that do and will create visible results leading to clearer and more even toned skin.Read The Story
A month or so ago, I posted on the extreme importance of Omega-3's for our skin and overall health in my post “lets talk about why we need fish oil, vegans please don’t hate me” : https://www.metaskinstudio.com/blogs/news/lets-talk-about-why-we-need-fish-oil
Well vegans, need no longer hate me anymore LOL. While most people eating a standard western diet are omega-3 difficient, vegans and vegetarians are particularly lacking and this poses issues when helping them with their skin. Well, I have found a solution!Read The Story
With all the differing loads of information on the internet, from peers and even doctors, it's hard to know what actually works and what doesn't when dealing with acne and breakouts.
Fortunately as an acne expert, and having spent years clearing many different grades and types of acne without medications, I have some basic tips for starters on how to get clear skin.Read The Story
Most people know of retinol and vitamin c and that they're good for aging, but do you really know HOW or WHY they're good for the skin? Also when and how to use them is important too as they can cancel each other out when used together at the same time! It's true! Let's dig further...Read The Story
Have you ever been to a hot spring or swam in a pure salt water pool? Notice how your skin probably looked amazing, like glowing and smooth for days after?
Ever wonder why all the big models of the 90s claimed to wash their hair with Evian? Or why Evian makes a face spray that's just their water too?
It's the mineral and chemical contents in water that make them hard or soft, and they each have different benefits or pitfalls for skin and health, which we'll be delving into further here....Read The Story
In a recent study that compared data from the United States and Germany, 98% of the participants fell below the optimal range of Omega-3 in the body. Studies also show that generally people with active acne and or rosacea tend to be Omega-3 deficient as well.