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Noticing a new wrinkle can certainly put a damper on things, but luckily there’s an easy, at-home remedy : massaging your face for just one minute per day can help combat those unsightly wrinkles
When you notice little lines appearing, it’s time to take action! Expert Florence Benech, Pharmacist and
L’Oréal Cosmetic active Director for Skincare Development, gives us a comprehensive guide to the latest in anti-aging technology.
No matter your skin tone, you’re bound to experience breakouts and blemishes here and there. Say goodbye to blemishes once and for all.
While your skin may radiate with a healthy glow in the morning, it’s usually a different story by the time evening rolls around. Looking for a way to fight those everyday signs of fatigue that can sap the youthful radiance from your skin? Read on for advice from our expert.
It doesn’t take long for fatigue to show up on your skin. Dark circles and a dull, blotchy complexion are the unfortunate consequences of a tiring day. But there are easy steps you can take to bring the glow back to your skin.
You already know that cleaning oily, acne-prone skin is vital. But while you might feel the need to go into battle against shine and oil, scrubbing your face too harshly can actually make matters worse. Try these 3 skin-cleansing tips.
The glow of a summer’s day has hardly faded from your cheeks when a dreaded pimple pops up on your chin. Thought the sun would dry up blemishes? Au contraire. Despite popular thought, the sun is actually no friend of acne-prone skin.
If thinning hair is a concern, or hair could do with a little more natural volume, scalp massages are often recommended. Aside from the relaxing factor, we explore if it really does boost hair growth.
Many women struggle with dry skin under the eyes. But what causes dryness, eye bags and dark circles in this sensitive area? We asked dermatologist Dr. Nina Roos to explain.
“Replenishing” or “hydrating” skincare products: do you know the difference between these two commonly misunderstood concepts?
Is sugar really responsible for premature aging? Alongside dermatologist and skin expert Dr. Nina Roos, we take a look at some of the most common myths about diet and skin aging.