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Caring For Oily Skin

Having oily skin in itself isn't a bad thing. It only becomes a problem when there's too much of it and you're doing nothing about it. Before we get into the substance of the matter, let's cover some basics. The skin needs natural oils to stay healthy. This is why the sebaceous glands of the skin produces an oily and waxy substance known as sebum. Sebum protects, moisturizes and coats the skin and is essential for healthy skin. What we normally refer to as natural oils on the skin is actually sebum.  You're producing sebum in excess if you have 'oily' skin. This excess oil when left unattended picks up sweat, dead skin cells, impurities, etc which could then develop...

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How To Develop A Regimen

Let's be honest. We all want healthy and beautiful skin, but our major problem is developing a regimen we can be consistent with. There's no easy way of overcoming that. However, we provide some tips on how to develop a regimen especially for facial care.

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Treating Dark Spots on Black Skin

Dark spots on black skin usually occurs on the face, neck and sometimes chest areas. Most often, they come about as a result of an inflammation of the skin or from popping pimples or acne which leaves a scar. Others experience this due to hyper-pigmentation. Generally, dark spots are difficult to treat but they are still treatable. Here are some tips on how to treat them.

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Oops! I Ignored My Face Again

Sometimes we don't mean to ignore our face. It just happens, but the consequences of doing so are grave. Particularly so because when it comes to skincare, consistency is key. Perhaps, the different steps of taking care of the face sometimes becomes so complicated we would rather not do it. So, let's just start with the basics. Cleanse One of the best things you can do for your face is to cleanse it. You can do so with a gentle cleaning soap such as the Kaydua Shea Butter Soap or just go in for a mild Facial Cleanser. Whatever you decide to go in for, be consistent with it for healthier skin. Exfoliate and follow it up with a moisturizer...

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