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Peptides in Skin Care: Learn the Role of Peptides in Skin Care
You've probably heard skin care companies make claims about the benefits of peptides in their products. Those claims range from the ability to plump lips and lift sagging skin, to getting rid of dark circles and puffy eyes. Are peptides in skin care really anti-aging heroes?Got Turkey Neck? Learn How to Prevent and Treat Turkey Neck
Signs of aging show up sooner on areas that haven't been shielded from the sun. This is especially true for what we often refer to as turkey neck because we tend to neglect the neck far more than our face. That's why your skincare routine really needs to start at your chest and work its way up-but is a “special” neck or decollete cream really necessary?Reduce Crow's Feet: Learn Tips to Help You Reduce Crow's Feet
Unlike fine lines, which tend to “plump up” and respond favorably to moisturizers, crow's feet are deeper and more apparent. Frustratingly, crow's feet are visible even when you're not smiling or making other facial expressions. As a result, it's trickier to reduce crow's feet-but it can be done!What Is Vegan Nail Polish?
Choosing to buy sustainable and animal-friendly beauty products is important and should be any beauty buyer's number one priority. Here we explain what vegan nail polish is to help you make informed buying decisions.Essential Tips For Looking Good This Winter
Looking good this winter is easy with our top tips on fashion trends and skin care to get you through to the warmer months. These five tips will keep you looking fabulous.How to Exfoliate Skin: Learn to Exfoliate Skin the Right Way for Anti-Aging Effects
Whether you want to fight the signs of aging, improve an uneven skin tone, reduce dullness, breakouts, or all of the above, alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA) and beta-hydroxy acid (BHA) exfoliants go beyond what a scrub can do to reveal radiant skin. Don't let the “acid” part of their names scare you. AHAs and BHAs can actually be gentler on your skin than a cleansing brush. We'll explain how.Skin Toners: What You Need to Know About Skin Toners
Using the right toner is critical. Skin toners from the '80s and '90s were disasters. Most were alcohol based and contained highly irritating ingredients (menthol, peppermint, etc.). While toner throwbacks still exist today, there are several worth investigating… providing you know how to separate the good from the bad.