We've got serums, we've got cleansers, and we for sure have moisturizers.
Documenting your life might be the key to a clear complexion.
A splash of water or a wipe isn't enough.
Heat and humidity are common eczema triggers.
Winter does bad things to your skin, so we went to an expert to get you real advice on how to look healthy while the world freezes around you.
Beautiful makeup starts with balanced skin. In order to have your foundation work for you and look its best, you need to use the right skin care products for your skin type. Recently, I was lucky enough to speak with Jessica Kmiec, Makeup artist based in Winnipeg.
One of the things that happens with the season change whether from summer to fall or fall to winter is conditions become drier, both outside of buildings and indoors, because of forced air and heating systems, and so you might need that extra 'oomph' of hydration.
I believe your skin (and your hair) are your two best accessories. So I make an extra effort to take care of myself by drinking plenty of water, eating healthy and maintaining a daily skin care regime. Recently, I was lucky enough to speak with Elizabeth Lamont, Vice President of Marketing, La Prairie.
No matter how old you are, everyone experiences winter itch at some point in their life. Most of us experience flaky, itchy, dry skin when the temperature drops and the air dries.
With the weather changing and the days getting cooler, our skincare should change too. To find out the latest tips on skincare, I spoke with Charmaine Cooper Education Manager, Dermalogica Canada. Charmaine shared with me the top tips for fall skincare and the best tips for mature skin.