Skin care – I Lightman http://i-lightman.com/ Fri, 30 Sep 2022 16:16:18 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://i-lightman.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/lightman-150x150.png Skin care – I Lightman http://i-lightman.com/ 32 32 New makeup, hair and skincare releases: September 30, 2022 https://i-lightman.com/new-makeup-hair-and-skincare-releases-september-30-2022/ Fri, 30 Sep 2022 16:16:18 +0000 https://i-lightman.com/new-makeup-hair-and-skincare-releases-september-30-2022/ September passed quickly. (Seriously, how is it time to think about Halloween already?) But saying goodbye to summer isn’t so bad. To wrap up the month, there are some pretty exciting new makeup releases and other beauty launches to get you all settled into the fall 2022 season. There are fun and colorful new cosmetics […]]]>

September passed quickly. (Seriously, how is it time to think about Halloween already?) But saying goodbye to summer isn’t so bad. To wrap up the month, there are some pretty exciting new makeup releases and other beauty launches to get you all settled into the fall 2022 season.

There are fun and colorful new cosmetics to play with, like a limited-edition Live Tinted and FORVR Mood kit to celebrate Diwali and Anastasia Beverly Hills’ new fan-favorite eyeshadow palette. Last, but certainly not least, Balmain has made the biggest announcement: the iconic fashion house is entering the world of beauty.

For your skincare needs, there have even been innovative launches for your complexion. The Ordinary is launching a new acne treatment under $6 and thanks to OUI The People, you can also support very important initiatives that help fight for abortion rights.

Too bad those long, hot summer days are over? Treat yourself to these cool beauty drops to boost your mood. Here’s a recap of the week’s new makeup releases, noteworthy skincare, and more exciting beauty highlights.

At Bustle, we only include products that have been independently selected by our editors. We may receive a portion of sales if you purchase a product through a link in this article.

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Youth To The People collaborated with DedCool

Youth To The People and DedCool are teaming up for one of the most exciting fragrance launches this fall. Made with notes of amber, vetiver and rosemary, its bright floral scent is comfortable and perfect for cooler days.

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YES The people supported abortion rights

YES The People is doing what it can to help protect abortion rights. In a special collaboration with Brazilian artist and illustrator Niege Borges comes the Green Bandana Project, a wearable piece of art to show unity. All proceeds will go to a non-profit organization Alliance for the health of all women (WWHA), which works to maintain clinics in places where abortion rights are under attack.

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Harry’s released a chic shaving set

The coolest grooming brand just got cooler. Harry’s has teamed up with Matte Black Coffee Shop for a limited-edition set that includes a matte black razor with a new, sleeker aesthetic. The partnership also includes an immersive, pop-up experience in downtown Los Angeles at matte black coffee from Friday September 30 to Sunday October 2.

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Anastasia Beverly Hills went metal

Need a new fall eyeshadow palette? Look no further than Anastasia Beverly Hills’ new launch. It houses 12 creamy shades in deep reds, pinks, and golden shimmers. They’re also buildable, so you can be soft for everyday use or bold and moody for fun GNO.

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Balmain has set its sights on beauty

Iconic fashion house Balmain is stepping into makeup and skincare. Fans may already know – and love – the hair tools and care line, but in 2024 there will be more fabulous products on the way.

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Live Tinted x FORVR Mood celebrated Diwali

To celebrate Diwali, the Festival of Lights, Live Tinted’s Deepica Mutyala and FOVR Mood’s Jackie Aina have teamed up to create a limited edition set for your best glow – on your skin and in your home. He understands the HUGE GLOW moisturizing and illuminating serum spice of life Candle with notes of ginger, lemongrass and clementine for a luminous and stimulating fragrance.

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Estee Lauder dubbed

Estée Lauder’s latest launch will keep your eye makeup game going strong. The double ended eyeliner comes with a light shade and a complementary darker shade to define the eyes and create more dimension. These shades of clear sky blue and deep ocean are particularly gorgeous with plenty of staying power.

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The Ordinary has launched its first over-the-counter acne treatment

The Ordinary has just launched an over-the-counter acne treatment: 2% salicylic acid solution. This water-based serum uses salicylic acid, a known anti-acne ingredient, to clean pores and provide gentle exfoliation. Moreover, it also reduces redness and prevents future breakouts. All that for less than $6? What a victory.

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Three ships dropped biodegradable eye masks

If you use eye patches and want to reduce waste, Three Ships has a solution. The brand recently launched 100% biodegradable eye masks made with red algae that breaks down masks after use and recycled avocado extract to brighten and reduce puffiness.

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With its mesmerizing marble print and pretty pink and red hues, the new Bisou Blush is a work of art in itself, but it also delivers natural-looking color that blends seamlessly into skin. Fan of the brand Kiss Balms? You’ll be glad to know that these are back (and better) too.

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Space Explored Urban Decay

Urban Decay’s nude palettes are the stuff of beauty legends. Now the brand is collaborating with an illustrator based in Los Angeles Robin Eisenberg for an all-new release with space-inspired patterns and hues. There’s a range of colors, from classic neutrals to bold mermaid blues, plus a fun bonus. The box comes with a code that you can scan to play an interactive augmented reality game.

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Clean Organic Skin Care Brand OM Botanical Disrupts Industry Standards at Expo East in Philadelphia, PA https://i-lightman.com/clean-organic-skin-care-brand-om-botanical-disrupts-industry-standards-at-expo-east-in-philadelphia-pa/ Tue, 27 Sep 2022 12:43:23 +0000 https://i-lightman.com/clean-organic-skin-care-brand-om-botanical-disrupts-industry-standards-at-expo-east-in-philadelphia-pa/ The safest and most effective plant-based skincare brand, OM Botanical, defies industry standards by introducing skincare products that are safe enough to consume, at the biggest show of natural products from the east coast. As consumer awareness and demand for natural skincare increases, more and more brands are positioning themselves as natural and own brand. […]]]>

The safest and most effective plant-based skincare brand, OM Botanical, defies industry standards by introducing skincare products that are safe enough to consume, at the biggest show of natural products from the east coast.

As consumer awareness and demand for natural skincare increases, more and more brands are positioning themselves as natural and own brand. As a general rule, most products positioned as natural are not much different from their chemical equivalent.

To understand why OM Botanical is so disruptive to the traditional skincare market, consider that the overwhelming majority of skincare products today are made with petrochemical. Even those that claim to be all-natural are actually not. The industry is full of “eco-friendly” brands that add few natural ingredients to their existing chemical-based formulation and use marketing to position their products as natural rather than innovative plant-based formulations to define their brand positioning. product. Only a small portion of the skin care market is made up of truly natural and clean products and most of them are relatively small brands.

OM Botanicals mission is to formulate and handcraft the safest and most effective products herbal skin care, hair care and body care products. Based on the ancient Ayurvedic tradition, they believe that if a product cannot be safely ingested through the mouth, it is also not safe to be ingested through the skin. They formulate using whole botanical ingredients to take advantage of the balance nature has created over millions of years of evolution. The bioactive plants they use work in synergy with the revitalization mechanisms inherent in the skin.

OM Botanical formulates and manufactures all of its products in-house, at its facility in Apex, NC. It’s the best way to ensure their customers get high-quality, carefully crafted products. It also ensures a smaller shipping footprint than products made overseas. In addition, they package their products in carbon neutral sugar cane tubes or glass to reduce their environmental impact.

ABOUT EXPO EAST:

Expo East is produced by New Hope Network and is located at the Pennsylvania Convention Center with Biofach America and Harvest Festival.

ABOUT OM BOTANIQUE:

Based in Apex, NC, OM Botanical is committed to manufacturing the safest and most effective line of herbal skin care. From age-old traditions in the foothills of the Himalayas to powerful botanical ingredients used around the world, they have combined the best of Ayurveda and science. Since their inception in 2011, all of their formulas have always remained clean, plant-based, vegan, and cruelty-free, with an emphasis on sustainability. Made in the USA and packaged in carbon-neutral sugarcane tubes or glass, every OM Botanical product sold also plants a tree.

Media Contact
Company Name: OM Botanical Herbal Skincare
Contact person: Sudhir Shah
E-mail: Send an email
Call: 9196298389
Address:1019 Classic Road
Town: Summit
State: CN 27539
Country: United States
Website: https://ombotanical.com

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Brad Pitt launches skincare line https://i-lightman.com/brad-pitt-launches-skincare-line/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 18:37:35 +0000 https://i-lightman.com/brad-pitt-launches-skincare-line/ Here, Pitt reveals his “little simple diet,” how Gwyneth Paltrow influenced her early skincare habits and why self-love may be the best secret to aging well. How was the Le Domaine project born? Brad Pitt: We had been talking about it for so long that I can’t remember how it originally started. I remember reading […]]]>

Here, Pitt reveals his “little simple diet,” how Gwyneth Paltrow influenced her early skincare habits and why self-love may be the best secret to aging well.

How was the Le Domaine project born?

Brad Pitt: We had been talking about it for so long that I can’t remember how it originally started. I remember reading about the health properties of grape skins that we wanted to study. But the initial idea, right from the start, comes back to this place. It’s just infused with creativity and it’s so fertile. Here we make olive oil, truffles and honey. Reinforced concrete started here. Reinforced concrete! That’s crazy! In the 1840s, Joseph-Louis Lambot invented ferro-cement, a precursor to reinforced concrete, and made a concrete boat that was eventually removed from the pond here and now resides in a museum in Brignoles. We had pillars – trial pillars – in the yard. He went on to make the first two reinforced concrete buildings, and now of course everything is built that way. It is quite extraordinary.

Brad Pitt during his interview at Château Miraval in Provence.

Gabin Rivoire for Enkirama Films

And was skincare supposed to be part of that creativity? If you had been secretly thinking this whole time, “I to have to have a skincare brand?

No, and honestly, we wouldn’t have if we didn’t feel there was something worthwhile here, something original, something that worked. I get stuff all the time and… Ugh. It’s all the same for me. But this last year we tested Le Domaine and I was really surprised by the results, and for me, it was worth going for it.

Have you always had a good skin care routine?

[Very long pause]. No.

I was so sure that you were going to say yes, because we imagine that we would take good care of you…

Well when I’m taken care of, I do [have a good skincare routine]. I just wanna keep it simple, you know what I mean? That said, I’m really thorough now. I got shaped by my dear makeup artist friend – we started together 30 years ago – black jeans. She is quite special. So every time we’re on a movie, she keeps me healthy, and then she’s like, “try this” and “try that.”

Anyway, you look like you have great skin. I can’t imagine it takes a lot!

No, not really, I don’t, but now… I mean, I have my simple little diet.

So what are you doing? Guasha?

I don’t even know what it is.

Facials?

Rarely. I get nervous.

Have you ever imagined yourself a beauty baron?

[Laughs]. I don’t know what a beauty baron is…

It’s as if you had to reach Estée Lauder’s level of success.

If Le Domaine succeeds, do you get baron status? Yeah, no, I didn’t [imagine that]. Landing here – at Château Miraval – opened up a lot of ideas for me that I wouldn’t normally have thought of. And a big part of that is sustainability, that idea of ​​zero waste is something that’s really important to this field and important to me. But look, when we got here, I mean, I never thought about having a cellar either! I just wanted a nice base in this area and there happened to be a winery. And it turned out to be a hemorrhage of tons of cash. So we had to go to work. And then we went looking and found Marc [Perrin] and his family.

A clever idea. You have a degree in journalism, I read…

I did it, I didn’t graduate, but I did it.

Do you wish you had followed this career path?

[Laughs]. I think I’m pretty happy with where things landed! I wouldn’t have opposed it, but I feel good in my daily work.

What do you think of business ventures with movie stars in general?

When I started, it seemed shameful to advertise, for some reason. You have been called a sellout. I really think the hip-hop guys changed all that. They made it nice – even cool – to spread your wings a bit, to try other things. And now it’s really exciting that you can, you know, explore other corners [of your creativity] like the old Renaissance artists in a way. And I love what Gwyneth did [with Goop]. She’s still a very dear friend and she built this empire. She’s always had that in her as a curator, and it’s been a nice creative outlet for her. In fact, come to think of it, she was probably the first to have me wash my face twice a day…maybe.

What pressures have you personally felt around aging in the film industry?

I don’t want to run away from aging. It’s a concept we can’t escape, and I’d like to see our culture embrace it a little more, talk about it in those terms. Something we discussed [in founding Le Domaine] was that title of “anti-aging.” It’s ridiculous. It’s a fairy tale. But what is real is treating your skin in a healthy way. And that’s something I’ve learned to do for my business, but it makes you feel better. I grew up with a country mentality, sort of you know, dial the soap once a day, then move on. And I think we’re learning that if we love each other, if we treat each other a little better, then there are lasting benefits to that. So age healthy, age healthy.

Speaking of which, I watched Benjamin Button last night. Was it strange watching you grow old in this role?

No, no, it wasn’t at all, I was a little fascinated by it, really. And by the way ? All those prostheses, six hours of prostheses? Torn my skin. They destroyed my skin!

How and why is it important for you that the Domaine’s approach be gender-neutral?

Again, I don’t know if it’s fair that I believe in being all inclusive as much as possible? Or maybe it’s us guys who need help from others to figure out how to better treat our skin? I mean, I’ve probably gotten more from my female partners in the past. We kept the smell very neutral, very fresh and very, very subtle. I mean, I’m the type of person who will change hotel rooms if I can smell the cologne of the last person who stayed there! It’s too much! It’s too strong! Keep it subtle. Let people come to you. Don’t impose it on others. That’s my feeling (laughs). For the smells, I mean. I’m sticking with that for the smells!

Do you have any particular memories of Miraval?

This past spring was special. We had a good five or six weeks here. The stories you hear about Provence in the spring, why people come here. Well, it’s real. And I can’t quite describe it, other than the coolness of the air, the light, the… I don’t know, it’s just a real sense of peace and harmony and the nights are so soothing. In summer you get the symphony of frogs, they rock you. I have a lot of artist friends from different disciplines, and they were there this spring, we had a good laugh. One was working on his music [at Studio Miraval], one was painting, the other was designing a clothing line, and so on. They would go to their respective corners to work on their respective businesses, then we would come back here to bump into each other over a meal or a game of petanque, to where we are sitting now. Creating a community of artists has always been the idea here, and it’s really nice to see that happen.

What does the future look like for you?

The older I get, the more I think about quality of life and spending time, and I would certainly like to steer it more in that direction. I think post-lockdown it seemed to be on a lot of people’s minds, like, how do we spend our time, why do we grind so much, what do we dedicate our lives to? And I think family and friends at the end of the day are all that matters.

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Exclusive: Brad Pitt changes his career complexion, gets into the skincare business, launches his own brand https://i-lightman.com/exclusive-brad-pitt-changes-his-career-complexion-gets-into-the-skincare-business-launches-his-own-brand/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 03:47:51 +0000 https://i-lightman.com/exclusive-brad-pitt-changes-his-career-complexion-gets-into-the-skincare-business-launches-his-own-brand/ House Company Exclusive: Brad Pitt changes his career complexion, gets into the skincare business,… EXCLUSIVE: The word from the South of France is that the Oscar-winning actor and Hollywood idol brad pitt is set to tackle brands like Estee Lauder and high-end cosmetic companies like The sea. Pitt was […]]]>



House Company Exclusive: Brad Pitt changes his career complexion, gets into the skincare business,…


EXCLUSIVE: The word from the South of France is that the Oscar-winning actor and Hollywood idol brad pitt is set to tackle brands like Estee Lauder and high-end cosmetic companies like The sea.

Pitt was spotted, sources say, visiting his Château Miraval winery recently in the south of France. But it wasn’t just to make a tasting (a wine tasting).

I was told that Pitt was getting into the lucrative skincare business. Sources say he will launch a range of skin creams and essential oils under the brand The domain. The creams will come from grapes that are not used to make wine. (Brad, you see, would be master of his own domain!)

Sounds crazy, right? But first, a trademark registration was filed for the name Le Domaine last July. The request was made to Orange, France for “cosmetic products; care and beauty products for the face and body; hair care products; make-up products; Essential oils.”

Second, and I certainly didn’t know this, grapes are a major force in skincare. (Considering how many over-tanned people look like raisins, I’m surprised!) But according to one skincare site: Grapes are known to improve skin elasticity and improve blood circulation, which makes skin look healthy and youthful. The antioxidants found in grapes help reduce the appearance of dark spots, wrinkles, and other signs of aging. Grapes are an excellent home remedy for sunburn.

Pitt is 58 and looks 20 years younger. He is considered “the Robert Redford” of our generation. In other words, he looks amazing. He could easily make a fortune from this business if it goes ahead.

The fact that the grapes are said to have come from Château Miraval is the most intriguing part of the story. Pitt and Angelina Jolie bought the estate in 2008 for $28.4 million, as they say “in happier times”. They got married there in 2014. Since their breakup, the couple have been fighting over Miraval in court. Finally, last year, Jolie sold her other half to Tenute del Mondo, subsidiary of Stoli, company that owns Stolichnaya vodka. Stoli, they say, is controlled by Russian oligarch Yuri Shefler. Pitt sued Jolie, claiming Shefler was in cahoots with Vladimir Putin. Stoli, of course, denied this.

But Pitt’s biggest argument was that Jolie was supposed to give him the right of first refusal in a sale, and didn’t.

But now it looks like Pitt has decided to make grape juice from grapes (my version of lemonade made from lemons).

The Bullet Train star is already reaping the rewards of doing business at Château Miraval with the famous Perrin family, who produce many high-quality wines there, including Miraval Rose. He also reopened the legendary Miraval Recording Studios on the sprawling property.

Good luck, Brad Pitt! As the French say to someone: Life is too short to drink bad wine. “Life is too short to drink bad wine.”

Author

Roger Friedman started his Showbiz411 column in April 2009 after 10 years at Fox News, where he created the Fox411 column. His film reviews are carried by Rotten Tomatoes and he is a member of the film and television branches of the Critics Choice Awards. His articles have appeared in dozens of publications over the years, including New York Magazine, where he wrote the Intelligencer column in the mid-90s and covered the OJ Simpson trial, and Fox News (when it wasn’t). not so crazy) where he covered Michael Jackson. . He is also screenwriter and co-producer of “Only the Strong Survive”, a selection from the Cannes, Sundance and Telluride festivals, directed by DA Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus.

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New makeup and skincare releases: September 16, 2022 https://i-lightman.com/new-makeup-and-skincare-releases-september-16-2022/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 16:03:10 +0000 https://i-lightman.com/new-makeup-and-skincare-releases-september-16-2022/ A lot was happening in the beauty world this week: New York Fashion Week’s Spring/Summer 2023 shows gave previews of the season’s biggest makeup and hair trends Next, Ciara launched a skincare line full of goodies, and so many fresh makeup releases hit shelves. Need new nail polish colors for fall? You’ll be thrilled to […]]]>

A lot was happening in the beauty world this week: New York Fashion Week’s Spring/Summer 2023 shows gave previews of the season’s biggest makeup and hair trends Next, Ciara launched a skincare line full of goodies, and so many fresh makeup releases hit shelves.

Need new nail polish colors for fall? You’ll be thrilled to hear that makeup artist Pat McGrath has just teamed up with fashion favorite Supreme to create a trio of limited-edition nail polishes. Treat dark circles? You might want to learn more about Glow Recipe’s brand new eye cream which does double duty to brighten and depuff, and has quickly become one of Sephora’s bestsellers. Did you miss the Labor Day sales? There are still some great skincare deals out there (i.e. Supergoop’s 20% off with code SUNNY20 and Ole Henriksen 30% off sitewide).

In case you missed it, here’s a recap of the week’s new makeup releases, standout skincare drops, fresh scents, and other beauty highlights.

At Bustle, we only include products that have been independently selected by our editors. We may receive a portion of sales if you purchase a product through a link in this article.

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Supreme x Pat McGrath Labs team up

The time has finally come. After weeks of waiting, you can officially shop the Supreme x Pat McGrath nail polish collection. There are three shades – a crisp white, a classic black and a cherry red – wrapped in the iconic Supreme label.

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Maison Francis Kurkdjian has launched a fragrance inspired by the city

With notes of bergamot, white floral accord, jasmine and white sandalwood musk, this musky floral is perfect for fall – and might even compete with Baccarat Rouge.

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Barney’s New York is back in style

If you missed Barney’s New York (because it’s the same), you’re in luck. Barney’s Beauty, a skincare line from the iconic New York shopping institution, made its NYFW debut at Tommy Hilfiger. Expect to purchase the collection in late September 2022.

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Soho House has launched a skincare line

Get a little taste of the private members club with its new skincare line. Soho Skin launches with 10 products to cover all your skincare needs (a cleanser, serum, lip balm, etc.), later this month.

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Aesop releases a new fragrance

Crafted with black pepper, frankincense and sandalwood, this new scent from Aesop is a woody, spicy blend that lingers for hours. Fair warning: A lot of people might stop you and ask what you’re wearing.

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RoC Skincare launches a new serum

RoC’s newest product helps reboot your skin overnight. It is formulated with mandelic acid, hyaluronic acid and caviar lemon extract to tone and smooth the skin texture and give you a clearer complexion when you wake up the next morning.

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Alpyn Beauty released a new cleanser

Made with Wild Berries, Plant Collagen and Jojoba Pearls, this new cleanser gently exfoliates dirt, oil and debris while leaving skin feeling soft, luminous and smooth.

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Tatcha’s expands its body care collection

Tatcha has launched its Forest Awakening body collection, which includes body wash, body milk and body oil. All three use ingredients like cedar and Hinoki essential oils to calm and relax your skin and senses.

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Paula’s Choice delivered sweet vitamin C

C5 Booster Eye Cream is a concentrated dose of Vitamin C that tackles dark circles, bags under the eyes and crow’s feet without irritating the delicate eye area.

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Gisou spins a classic

A twist on its OG Honey Infused hair scent, this limited-edition scent has notes of ginger, blackberry leaf, and lavender for those who love flowers.

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Glow Recipe gets rid of dark circles

Glow Recipe’s new Guava Vitamin C Bright-Gel cream contains vitamin C and a niacinamide blend to treat warm-toned dark circles (those that form with increased melanin production), plus peptides and caffeine green to treat cool-toned dark circles (which are formed from compromised circulation and thinning under the eye area).

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Haus Labs launches a super cool complexion product

This new lightweight, buildable coverage foundation gives your skin a dewy look. It comes in 51 shades and contains fermented arnica to nourish the skin.

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The Best Skincare Routines and Products Dermatologists Actually Use https://i-lightman.com/the-best-skincare-routines-and-products-dermatologists-actually-use/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 14:04:20 +0000 https://i-lightman.com/the-best-skincare-routines-and-products-dermatologists-actually-use/ There’s no doubt that discovering the best skincare routine is quite a challenge, whether you’re a long-time enthusiast or a novice. Even those with years of experience will share that the journey to clear, glowing skin hasn’t been without some trial and error. There seems to be an endless amount of skincare advice out there […]]]>

There’s no doubt that discovering the best skincare routine is quite a challenge, whether you’re a long-time enthusiast or a novice. Even those with years of experience will share that the journey to clear, glowing skin hasn’t been without some trial and error.

There seems to be an endless amount of skincare advice out there these days, especially now that so many of us can learn new tips and tricks on TikTok. But how do you know what to trust? As we seek to answer this question ourselves, we thought we’d take a look at the routines of our favorite dermatologists. They are, after all, the ultimate experts in the field who can provide medical advice to get your best skin yet. And while it might seem obvious, they have the typical skin issues like acne, sensitivity, eczema, hyperpigmentation, and more, just like us.

So we asked three top dermatologists to share their morning-to-night skincare regimens. Below, read on to shop their beauty cabinets and learn some useful information to light up your routine.

Dr. Karen Kagha

Dr. Karen Kagha

  • Meet the expert: Dr. Karen Kagha is a LA-based and Harvard-based cosmetic and laser fellow trained dermatologist specializing in hyperpigmentation, acne, and skin color.
  • skin type: “I’m naturally oilier, prone to acne,” Kagha explains. “With my skin type, slight hyperpigmentation can occur.”

Morning

The first step: “In the morning, I use a mild detergent. Depending on the condition of my skin, I alternate between CeraVe Foaming Acne Cream Cleanser, Senté Exfoliating Cleanserand Revision Skincare Brightening Facial Cleanser.” Senté and Revision Skincare formulas are powered by exfoliating acids to brighten and remove impurities, and CeraVe is infused with benzoyl peroxide to remove excess dirt and oil and prevent new breakouts.

CeraVe Foaming Acne Cream Cleanser

Revision Skincare Brightening Facial Cleanser

Second step : “Then I apply a vitamin C serum; i am currently using SkinCeuticals Silymarin CF.” Formulated for oily and acne-prone skin, this serum contains a cocktail of silymarin (milk thistle extract), L-ascorbic acid, and ferulic and salicylic acid to reduce oiliness, breakouts, and skin texture.

SkinCeuticals Silymarin CF

Third step: Next comes moisturizer, which is currently the Alastin Ultra Nourishing Moisturizing Cream. It contains linoleic acid, oat kernel and silver mushroom to soothe and nourish the skin.

Alastin Ultra Nourishing Moisturizing Cream

Fourth step: “Finally, I apply sunscreen. Currently, I use Elta® Broad Spectrum SPF 44 UV ElementsKagha says. The tinted mineral sunscreen provides universal sheer coverage for most skin types, as well as UV protection. “For fancier days, if I want more coverage, I can mix in a drop of Dermablend Flawless Creator Foundation with my sunscreen.

Elta® Broad Spectrum SPF 44 UV Elements

Dermablend Flawless Creator Lightweight Foundation

Night

“At night, I alternate between the same washes mentioned in my morning routine,” she says. “I then use a small, pea-sized amount of Arazlo Lotion 0.045%. Finally, I apply moisturizer, sometimes La Roche-Posay Toleriane double repair moisturizing face cream.” This coveted French drugstore find is known to be incredibly gentle and nourishing thanks to its ceramides, niacinamide and prebiotic thermal water.

La Roche-Posay Toleriane Double Repair Face Moisturizer

More to know: “Depending on active breakouts, I have a prescription benzoyl peroxide/clindamycin lotion that I apply intermittently to problem areas,” Kagha said of what completes her routine. In light of her specialties in aesthetics and lasers, she often treats her diverse clientele and her own skin with this approach. “One of the most common complaints of my personal skin type is hyperpigmentation,” she notes. “To do this, I like to combine other less common options in the office, including non-ablative fractional lasers and chemical peels for more stubborn areas. I always encourage patients to take a more preventative approach and start early. take care of their skin for best results.

Dr. Whitney Bowe

Dr. Whitney Bowe

  • Meet the expert: Dr. Whitney Bowe is a New York-based, board-certified dermatologist and founder of her own line of beauty products, which seeks to address concerns from the inside and the outside.
  • skin type: “My skin is sensitive, dry, and I’m prone to occasional breakouts,” says Bowe.

Morning

“My morning skincare routine is consistent and streamlined — I don’t do a morning skin cycle,” says Bowe. “My goal is to protect my skin from everyday stressors that can generate free radicals, like ultraviolet rays and pollution.”

The first step: “Clean with a mild cleanser and warm (not hot) water,” she advises. “One of my longtime favorites is La Roche-Posay Toleriane gentle moisturizing cleanserwhich is milky and leaves my skin hydrated and nourished, not stripped and tight.

La Roche-Posay Toleriane Gentle Moisturizing Cleanser

Second step : Next, the vitamin C serum. “I used SkinCeuticals Phloretin CF because their CE Ferulic tends to break me, but I’m really excited about newer, more stable vitamin C derivatives like tetrahexyldecyl ascorbate because we know that L-ascorbic acid, the most traditional form of vitamin C, is very unstable.

SkinCeuticals Phloretin CF

Third step: “I hydrate with Bowe Glowe Microbiome Nourishing Cream, which has been clinically tested using an instrument called the Tewameter to measure TEWL, or transepidermal water loss, which is the amount of water that evaporates from the surface of the skin “, she says. “It’s powered by an exclusive blend of deeply hydrating and repairing ingredients, including prebiotics, postbiotics, ceramides, hyaluronic acid and squalane.”

Dr. Whitney Bowe Beauty Bowe Glowe Microbiome Nourishing Cream

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Fourth step: For sun protection, it reaches for Beauty of Joseon Relief Sun Rice + Probiotics Sunscreen, a lightweight K-beauty cream made with rice extract and fermented cereal extracts to be ultra hydrating. Otherwise she likes Supergoop’s bright screen! for a dewy, sun-kissed glow.

Beauty of Joseon Relief Sun Rice + Probiotics Sunscreen

Super goof! Glowscreen Sunscreen SPF 40

Fifth step: “The last and final step in my morning routine is to drink my bowe grow,” she says. The elixir targets inner skincare, which she considers the missing layer of your skincare routine. “Bowe Growe is a vegan elixir made from a blend of polyphenols that are powerful plant-based nutrients that help rebalance your gut microbiome and support healthy skin from within. I treat skin from the inside out and outside in as part of my three dimensional approach to skin health, and while I eat an incredibly healthy diet, I also believe in intelligent and strategic supplementation. Bowe drinks one to three drops of the elixir in four ounces of water once a day.

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Night

“My nighttime routine, called skin cycling, has gone viral on social media over the past few weeks,” Bowe says of her approach to a balanced nighttime diet. “I introduced the skin cycle as a less is more approach, being thoughtful and deliberate about your skincare routine. Rather than adding more products on top of each other, the skin cycle encourages you to use products strategically to complement each other and set you up for success while easing unnecessary irritation.Her skin cycle routine is four nights, then repeats: exfoliation, retinoid, then recovery.

First Night, Exfoliation: “I look for chemical exfoliants rather than harsh physical scrubs. This type of exfoliation gives your skin an immediate glow, but also sets you up to get the most out of night 2, the retinoid night,” he explains. “In addition to your exfoliating product, you want to apply a fragrance-free moisturizer that specifically rebalances the skin microbiome and repairs the skin barrier, but you [also] I don’t want to use a product that’s too heavy or greasy because that can drive the exfoliating acid into the skin unpredictably and create unnecessary irritation. For the same reason, Bowe cautions against using petroleum jelly or occlusive oils (like coconut oil) on exfoliation nights because the skin is more vulnerable. “Bowe Glowe Moisturizing Cream is an ideal final step during the night of exfoliation, after the disappearance of any tingling sensation caused by the exfoliating serum.

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Best Acure Skin Care Product https://i-lightman.com/best-acure-skin-care-product/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 14:45:21 +0000 https://i-lightman.com/best-acure-skin-care-product/ Which Acure skin care product is the best? Buying clean beauty doesn’t have to stress your wallet. The American brand Acure uses only organic and vegan ingredients, so you can be sure that what you put on your skin is safe. Plus, Acure products are widely available and reasonably priced compared to other clean beauty […]]]>

Which Acure skin care product is the best?

Buying clean beauty doesn’t have to stress your wallet. The American brand Acure uses only organic and vegan ingredients, so you can be sure that what you put on your skin is safe. Plus, Acure products are widely available and reasonably priced compared to other clean beauty brands. If you’re looking for an affordable face wash that doesn’t contain any worrying ingredients, Acure Ultra Hydrating Green Juice Cleanser is the first choice.

What to Know Before Buying an Acure Skin Care Product

Clean skin care with drugstore prices

You may have seen Acure on the shelves of your local grocery store or drugstore, but the brand has achieved cult status thanks to the quality of its products and its 100% organic ingredients. The founders of Acure had nearly 20 years of experience in product formulation before launching Acure, and today the company offers a wide range of products focused on ingredient safety and efficacy.

What are your skin concerns?

With dozens of products to choose from, it’s possible to find an Acure product to address a particular skin concern or fill a gap in your skincare routine. Whether you need a new specialty face oil or serum or an all-purpose facial cleanser, Acure has a clinically formulated product to meet your needs.

How Acure Approaches Clean Beauty

Acure’s philosophy is to source high-quality ingredients while making them accessible to all shoppers interested in clean beauty. Potentially harmful or questionable ingredients such as parabens, sulfates, mineral oil and more are omitted from Acure formulas.

What to Look for in a Quality Acure Skin Care Product

Color-coded packaging

With their vast array of products, it can be daunting trying to find the right product. Fortunately, Acure’s smart packaging design helps shoppers find what they need.

  • Teal: The Essentials (basic, often single-ingredient products that can be incorporated into almost any routine)
  • Yellow: Brightening (for naturally brighter skin)
  • Purple: Radically rejuvenating (for skin that needs help recovering and revitalizing)
  • Pink: Seriously Soothing (formulated for sensitive skin)
  • Green: Ultra moisturizing (for dry skin)
  • Iridescent: Resurfacing (exfoliating products to refine the skin)
  • Blue: Incredibly clear (for oily or acne-prone skin)

Acure Starter Kits

Not sure which product line or ingredient is right for you? Check out Acure’s offerings by choosing a starter kit. Test face oils or face mists to see which suits your skin type. You can get a feel for the Acure range to brighten, soothe or rejuvenate your skin with miniature sizes of three products.

Trusted Skincare Ingredients

Acure’s products feature trusted hero ingredients, plus antioxidant-rich superfoods and trending skincare products like bakuchiol, a plant-based alternative to retinol. Coconut oil, olive extracts, argan oil, and antioxidant-laden botanicals like pomegranate are frequently used in Acure skincare.

Environmental and ethical responsibility

All Acure products are manufactured in six factories across the United States, which are audited for occupational health and safety, ethics and environmental impact. Acure packaging can also be recycled through TerraCycle, which accepts recyclable materials sent through the mail to be turned into raw material for new products.

How much you can expect to spend on an Acure skincare product

Acure’s long-lasting skincare line is surprisingly affordable for clean beauty, with cleansers costing between $9.99 and $12.99 and moisturizers for $16.99 and $19.99. Serums, oils, and treatments range from $12.99 to $24.99.

Acute Skin Care FAQs

Who is Acure for?

A. Acure products are formulated to suit all ages, skin types and preferences. Its carefully selected ingredients also make it a good choice for sensitive skin. With a wide range of safe, high-quality products, Acure is a good choice for anyone who wants a reliable skin care routine that’s safe on the planet.

Does Acure test on animals?

A. Acure does not test ingredients or finished products on animals. Plus, Acure products are made without animal-derived ingredients.

Are Acure products fragrance free?

A. Acure products contain no artificial fragrances. The fragrances of the products are the result of botanical extracts or essential oils. Users with particularly sensitive skin should keep an eye out for citrus essential oils in Acure’s ingredient list, as they may cause irritation.

What is the best Acure skin care product to buy?

Best Acure Skin Care Product

Acure Ultra Hydrating Green Juice Cleanser

What do you want to know: This cleanser foams to remove impurities and restore moisture.

What you will love: Along with hydrating and replenishing shea butter and sunflower oil, this green juice-inspired cleanser contains spinach, turmeric, reishi mushroom and more to deliver a dose of antioxidants and rejuvenate skin. Users with dry and sensitive skin love how this cleanser completely cleanses skin without making it feel stripped or stressed.

What you should consider: It works best as a second cleanser after using another product to remove makeup.

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Best Acure skincare product for the money

Best Acure Radical Rejuvenating Pink Argan Oil

Acure Radically Rejuvenating Pink Argan Oil

What do you want to know: This beauty multitasker can be used to soothe dry skin and even pamper hair.

What you will love: This face oil combines cold-pressed argan oil with damask rose and geranium to provide vitamin E and nourishing fatty acids. Use it as a face serum, cuticle oil, massage oil or to nourish dry areas of skin and hair.

What you should consider: It should be applied sparingly, especially on hair, to avoid a greasy feeling.

Or buy: Sold by iHerb and Amazon

Worth checking out

Best Acure Brightening Facial Scrub

Acure Brightening Facial Scrub

What do you want to know: It may not look very appealing, but this popular scrub gently exfoliates to detoxify skin and unclog pores.

What you will love: This Allure Best of Beauty award-winning scrub is a great choice for deep exfoliation that’s still great for sensitive or acne-prone skin. Lemon peel, kaolin and walnut shells exfoliate, while sage and blackberry extracts clarify the skin. Aloe and sea kelp soften and hydrate the skin.

What you should consider: It is primarily a physical, not a chemical exfoliator, which may be too harsh for some skin types. The application can also be messy.

Or buy: Sold by iHerb, Ultimate Beauty and Amazon

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Celebrate National Skin Care Awareness Month with Herbacin® Hand Creams https://i-lightman.com/celebrate-national-skin-care-awareness-month-with-herbacin-hand-creams/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 14:18:54 +0000 https://i-lightman.com/celebrate-national-skin-care-awareness-month-with-herbacin-hand-creams/ Herbacin’s proven classic original hand cream, with proven triple action, soothes, nourishes and protects hard-working hands with the healing powers of chamomile. DALLAS (PRWEB) September 12, 2022 Herbacin®, the German family-owned beauty company that has been making plant-based skincare products for over 100 years, is celebrating National Skincare Awareness Month with its line of […]]]>

Herbacin’s proven classic original hand cream, with proven triple action, soothes, nourishes and protects hard-working hands with the healing powers of chamomile.

Herbacin®, the German family-owned beauty company that has been making plant-based skincare products for over 100 years, is celebrating National Skincare Awareness Month with its line of hand creams. Even the roughest hands can be soft and beautiful again with Herbacin hand creams – Original, Soft, Intensive Moisture and Unscented.

Herbacin’s proven classic original hand cream, with proven triple action, soothes, nourishes and protects hard-working hands with the healing powers of chamomile. With glycerin-based moisturizers, Herbacin Original Hand Cream repairs the skin, making it softer and smoother without leaving a greasy film. Acting like an invisible glove, it provides optimal defense against daily environmental impacts.

With protective and hydrating ingredients such as Vitamin E, Vegetable Glycerin and Pro-Vitamin B5, the Gentle Hand Cream’s extra gentle formula absorbs immediately, leaving hands feeling smoother while providing soothing moisture to help prevent the skin from drying out. It also includes skin-relaxing chamomile, emollient allantoin and high linoleic acid safflower oil to improve the quality and appearance of the skin, for an incomparably soft touch.

Developed for particularly dry and rough skin, Intensive Moisture Hand Cream combines daily protection with improved moisture retention in all climates. The natural actives of aloe vera and chamomile combine with vitamin E and vegetable glycerin in a PEG-free formulation that protects the skin from drying out while improving its elasticity. Intensely nourishing, it provides essential hydration to particularly stressed areas of the skin, especially the hands, elbows and knees.

The triple action and hypoallergenic formula of the Fragrance Free Hand Cream combines the healing properties of natural chamomile extract, the moisturizing benefits of natural glycerin, with the protection of natural silicone. Also containing allantoin known for its anti-irritant properties, this non-greasy, fast-absorbing cream soothes and smoothes sensitive skin.

Long before natural cosmetics became popular, Herbacin products were known and sought after for their quality and effectiveness. Today, the brand has grown into a complete natural face, hand, body and hair care program, with all products researched, developed and manufactured in the company’s own production facilities and research laboratories. ‘Herbacin in Germany.

For more information about Herbacin, visit https://herbacinusa.comor for samples of any of the hand creams, feel free to contact Lisa Guay at lisa@adinnyc.com or 239.770.6505.

About Herbacin

Founded in the heart of Germany in 1905, Herbacin created a very distinctive brand early on that still has its roots in nature. Cultivating its own plants and herbs for decades, the entire Herbacin range is dermatologically tested at the company’s facilities in Wutha-Farnroda, Germany. This European plant-based skin, hair and body care line is highly regarded for its commitment to product excellence and integrity. The complete range includes: Herbacin hand, body and lip balms, the well-being range, facials, intensive hydration, shampoos and shower gels, foot care and the Camouflage range for men . Herbacin products are gentle on your skin and the environment. Herbacin is strictly against animal testing and unnecessary chemical additives. Produced locally, by selecting fruits, essential oils, butter, spices or herbs, including those from organic cultivation in the region, as well as all 100% recyclable packaging.

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9 Top TikTok Skincare Influencers You Can Actually Trust https://i-lightman.com/9-top-tiktok-skincare-influencers-you-can-actually-trust/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 09:45:18 +0000 https://i-lightman.com/9-top-tiktok-skincare-influencers-you-can-actually-trust/ Slugging. Skin cycling. Soak your face in a bowl of ice water first thing in the morning. TikTok is awash with skincare tips, advice, and trends, delivered straight from the bathrooms of people with perfect skin (and matching gym sets, always). But when you’re not an expert, it can be hard to tell who is […]]]>

Slugging. Skin cycling. Soak your face in a bowl of ice water first thing in the morning. TikTok is awash with skincare tips, advice, and trends, delivered straight from the bathrooms of people with perfect skin (and matching gym sets, always). But when you’re not an expert, it can be hard to tell who is spreading dangerous skincare lies and who is trustworthy.

Your skin is your body’s largest organ. While you probably don’t want to gamble with your heart health to test a social media trend, you might not hesitate to subject your skin to experiments in the hopes that it will make it glow more, breakout less and reverse wrinkles. But following the advice of anyone, regardless of their number of subscribers, can lead to rashes, bad reactions and more.

Most TikTok skinfluencers mean well. In fact, they often convey important messages.

“They do an amazing job emphasizing the importance of taking care of your skin, protecting yourself from the sun, and establishing a skincare routine,” said Dr. Azadeh Shirazi, a board-certified dermatologist specializing in medical, surgical, and cosmetic dermatology based in La Jolla, California (@skinbydrazi on TikTok). “Watching them share their personal experience or journey with a particular product or routine can be helpful for consumers, but they don’t represent scientific evidence.”

But some are reckless. So how to spot a knowledgeable TikTok creator? You can check out their bio to see if they’re a licensed esthetician or dermatologist, do a quick Google search to check their name, and even double-check that they are certified by the board of directors by the American Board of Dermatology. Also pay attention to whether the creator cites scientific evidence in its content.

“I share scientific studies and highlight clinical trials that show support for a trending hack,” Shirazi said. “Making reaction videos is useful for deciphering what is real and what is fictional, noting the lack of evidence behind the information circulating on social media. You must be honest, transparent and provide valuable information.

Many dermatologists on social media are creating content specifically to combat dangerous trends and to reach those who may not have a skin specialist in their area.

“As dermatologists and medical experts, we have a social responsibility to maintain a voice on social platforms. Otherwise, total dependence and naive trust in skinfluencers will lead to more and more misinformation,” Shirazi said. “The way I see it is I’m here to educate, they’re here to influence.”

Shirazi’s most important skincare tip is? If your skin problems won’t go away, find a doctor you can trust, offline.

Skinfluencers who know their stuff

“Resting on [skinfluencers] because education can prevent people from seeking real medical advice and care. I think it’s important to always consult a medical professional before incorporating recommendations from someone who is not a true expert with the necessary training and experience,” she explained.

Along with Shirazi, here are some TikTok skinfluencers who are experts in their field and worth following.

Dr. Camille Howard-Verovic (@dermbeautydoc)

Howard is a board-certified dermatologist, founder of the natural haircare line Girl + Hair, and an all-around gem to have in your TikTok feed (she brings the humor and skincare advice). Check out her account for all kinds of advice, from color correcting your mineral sunscreen to removing blackheads in your ears.

Dr. Suchismita Paul (@drpaulderm)

Paul is a Harvard-educated dermatologist, so to say she’s more qualified than the average skin influencer is an understatement. She’s particularly good at explaining how to effectively try on popular trends, like the skin cycle. Her page is also an amazing resource for brown skincare tips, like exfoliants and retinol that get her endorsement.

Dr. Joyce Park (@teawithmd)

Park is a board-certified dermatologist whose account is the destination for all things SPF, whether it’s how to reapply at the pool, how to use a stick, spray or lotion formulas or her favorite face sunscreens. She also posts a lot of information about skincare trends on TikTok, such as whether or not you should use deodorant as a primer.

Dr. Muneeb Shah (@dermdoctor)

If you like a side of relativity with your skincare ideas, Shah is the skinfluencer for you. He’s a practicing dermatologist who isn’t afraid to post silly videos from time to time. But more often than not, you’ll see him react to trends from skin influencers, breaking down which ingredients work for which skin types and explaining skin conditions.

Dr. Adeline Kikam (@brownskinderm)

Kikam is another board-certified dermatologist who has great content for followers getting into skincare (like how to create your skincare routine) and videos addressing common complaints, like dry skin in winter. But its focus is on skincare for black and brown people, with plenty to watch for when it comes to finding white cast-free sunscreens, why you still need SPF, and natural hair and scalp care.

Dr. Chris Tomassian (@dr.tomassian)

Tomassian has 1.6 million subscribers for a reason – his videos are fast, accurate and easy to digest (essentially his account is the best to reference when you’re in Target and not sure what to buy for your acne hormonal). He makes product recommendations and responds to common concerns. You can find answers to so many questions by quickly browsing through its archives.

Dr. Angelo Landriscina (@dermangelo)

If your “For You” page involves skincare, you probably recognize this board-certified dermatologist. He’s a self-proclaimed “derm dad” and posts reaction videos to other skinfluencers’ routines, product recommendations and more. This is the creator you need if you want a yes or a no on trending topics.

Dr. Lindsey Zubritsky (@dermguru)

Zubritsky is a board-certified dermatologist who posts numerous “if you have this, try that” videos, identifying common skin concerns and making product recommendations to help. She also shares tips for taking care of your skin like a dermatologist, busting myths, and sharing other advice you want to hear.

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Skin care tips for Diwali: these three parts of the body become dark and rough, lose shine like this https://i-lightman.com/skin-care-tips-for-diwali-these-three-parts-of-the-body-become-dark-and-rough-lose-shine-like-this/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 01:51:05 +0000 https://i-lightman.com/skin-care-tips-for-diwali-these-three-parts-of-the-body-become-dark-and-rough-lose-shine-like-this/ Remove Skin Darkness: Darkness is a beautiful shade of life. It has a different charm, but when the word rough is mixed with dark, the problem increases. Because roughness spoils your comfort and appearance. The same thing happens with our knees and elbows. Although this problem also occurs in men, it is much more so […]]]>

Remove Skin Darkness: Darkness is a beautiful shade of life. It has a different charm, but when the word rough is mixed with dark, the problem increases. Because roughness spoils your comfort and appearance. The same thing happens with our knees and elbows. Although this problem also occurs in men, it is much more so in women. Because elbows and armpits are exposed in most women’s clothing.

armpit darkness

If the armpits have become dark and rough, you can also use the paste and pack for this skin. Thanks to home remedies, you can make them as beautiful and attractive as before in a few days.

  • Apply aloe vera gel before sleeping at night.
  • Massage with vitamin E or almond oil after bath.
  • Besan-curd-rose water and honey Mix and apply.

How to remove elbow roughness?

  • Apply moisturizer to your elbows twice a day. Once in the morning after bathing and again in the evening before sleeping.
  • At least twice a week can apply a homemade pack or paste on the elbows.
  • Also week Be sure to apply aloe vera gel twice on the elbow.

How to eliminate the darkness and roughness of the knees?

  • Apply a paste to the knees two to three times a week.
  • Massage the skin with moisturizer or almond oil before sleeping at night and after getting up in the morning.

Disclaimer: The methods, methods and claims mentioned in this article should only be taken as suggestions, ABP News does not endorse them. Please consult a doctor before following any such treatment/medication/diet.

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