I'm always preaching against using coconut oil on your face because of it's super comedogenic properties, and the issue of heavy oil use disturbing the skin's natural moisture barrier (you can read my previous blog post here: "Can Face Oil Replace Moisturizer" if you want to learn more about that).
Let me explain further...Read The Story
Hyaluronic acid is a key substance that is naturally produced by our body, which has a unique ability to bind and retain water molecules. It is most abundantly found in our skin, but also importantly exists in other parts of our body like in our body fluids, joints and eyes.Read The Story
Face oils and oil based "balm" moisturizers are SO popular these days due to the glowy dew they instantly give to the skin and lovely nourishing FEELING they have when applied.
With that said....NO, it is not good for the skin to use a face oil or balm instead of moisturizer. Here's why...Read The Story
This can be a complicated topic as there are different types of scars post acne that require different ways to correct, and also involves the lengthy topic of wound healing. But for the most part, in general, all acne scars can be improved with some basic things.Read The Story
Many people are familiar with the overall immune boosting benefits of Vitamin C, and some know it's good for the skin, but most don't understand how or why Vitamin C is so beneficial for the skin inside and out.
Vitamin C is a micro nutrient our body needs that it can only synthesize through outside sources (food, supplements and topical application). It's critical for the growth and repair of tissues in every part of the body, and forms an important protein used to make and repair skin, tendons, ligaments and blood vessels. It is also required for wound healing and the formation of scar tissue.