Which Acid Is Best For Your Skin?

You are probably already familiar with the most common type of acid recommended for acne sufferers: Salicylic Acid. But just because it’s a common product doesn’t mean that it’s necessarily the best type of acid for your skin and your specific type of acne.   In this...

Can Ice Help Inflammation?

Pimples and zits can be tricky to get rid of, and they’re even more tempting to pop. You already know that popping is a complete no-no. There are potential benefits to ice on pimples, but the question is whether this method is effective enough to fully clear up your...

How to Cover Up Acne With Acne Safe Makeup

One of the most stressful parts about having acne is feeling like people are looking at you and judging you for having it. While acne is the most common skin condition that more than 40 million Americans deal with at least once during their lifetimes, that fact...

Myths About The Science Of Skincare

It’s generally best practice to take everything you hear (or read on the internet) with a grain of salt. Hopefully you already have a skincare routine that you do every morning and night but there might be some things that you do (or not do) based on the advice you’ve...

What You Need to Know About Parabens

Parabens have been causing quite the controversy in the recent decade. From studies showing links to cancer, to some countries instigating outright bans against it, it’s definitely been making headlines. But what exactly is it and is it really that bad for you?...

8 Weird Things That Cause Acne Breakouts

Sometimes it can feel like acne occurs with no rhyme or reason. While the main cause of acne is genetic/hormonal reasons, there can be physical and environmental aspects at play as well. Noticing the patterns of when your acne occurs will help you keep breakouts from...