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Skin Care Resolutions for 2021

Happy New Year everyone! It's such a joy crossing over from 2020 to 2021 where things look very promising. It's even more exciting coming up with New Year Resolutions to go by but have you thought of skin care resolutions too? There are some things you should include as part of your skin care regimen. Let's take a look at what they are Don't Ignore Your Cleanser Cleansing your face should be one of the things you never say no to. It's not enough to just cleanse your face but choose a cleanser that's suitable for your skin type. For dry skin, use a mild cleanser that doesn't dry out your skin. If you have oily skin, then choose a...

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Choosing Between Face Masks and Scrubs

Masks come in different forms including clay, peel off, self-heating, exfoliating,  cream and food-based masks. What we're used to often is the clay mask. Clay masks generally help in absorbing excess oil from the face as well as do away with blemishes caused by acne. It is often made from bentonite, which is has been used in the beauty industry for ages.

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Home Remedies For Oily Face

If you have oily skin because of your genes, it may be very difficult doing away with it completely. Staying away from sugar-rich foods, processed foods and fried foods might help. Avoid using very heavy make-up as well and continue taking good care of your skin

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Let's Spice It Up with the Spicy Vanilla Range

Vanilla has anti-bacterial properties which is essential in the treatment of acne. It also has B-vitamins like niacin, thiamin, Vitamin B6 and pantothenic acid. All these help in the maintenance of healthy skin. Vanilla also has antioxidant properties which help to protect your skin from damages caused by toxins and pollutants in the environment

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Commonly Asked Questions About Skincare

 After trying a new product, we usually 'purge'. Purging happens when you break out in places you normally wouldn't break out after using a new product. They often disappear as quickly as they appeared. Sometimes, your skin needs a bit of time to adjust to the new products. However, if these bumps are there for 3 months and over, discontinue use of the product. You might be allergic to something in it. 

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