Cocoa Butter

Cocoa butter is one of the most popular natural remedies for those very stubborn stretch marks.  It is important that it be included in any cream you use.  While it works well on its own a lot of the pregnancy lotions out there now have it mixed with other types of butters and other oils that help the skin even more effectively than cocoa butter alone. What is cocoa butter? Cocoa butter is vegetable fat that comes from cocoa beans, the same beans used in making chocolates. Specifically, cocoa butter comes from the cocoa pod,… Continue reading…

The Basics for Healthy Skin


While there are various routines available that you may follow, it is not very easy to choose what will best suit your skin. The reason behind this is simple—there are different skin types, therefore, the best skin care routine may also vary from one person to another. What we will discuss today in this article is the most basic skin care routine. In order to understand what the skin really needs, it is vital to understand the basics. Skin experts agree that there are four steps in a basic skin care routine namely CLEANSING, EXFOLIATING,… Continue reading…

For Your 20’s


Skin care routines may vary depending on different factors. One of the most important things to consider is your age. As we all know, as we age, our skin undergoes different changes. Because of this, we also need to find what suits us best depending on what our skin needs. If you are in your 20s, then this article is for you. Your Skin During These Years In order to understand what should be included in your skin care routine when you are in your 20s, it is important to first know the changes that… Continue reading…

For Your 30s


Are you in your 30s?  If yes, then this article is for you. Today, we will tackle the ideal skin care routine for people in this age group. Aside from the different changes that you can expect concerning your skin, we will also give you simple, but helpful tips that can positively change the way your skin looks – not just now but years later as well. Most older women who have beautiful skin don’t have it by accident.  It’s due to years of care and attention paid to their face and skin.  The younger… Continue reading…

For Your 40s


Aging is inevitable. We will all age and experience the development of the most common signs of aging like wrinkles. If they are already starting to appear when you were in your 30s, then expect them to become more pronounced and aggressive in your 40s. The good news is that we can still do something about these signs. By knowing what you should include in your skin care routine while belonging in this age group, you will surely have a better chance of maintaining a youthful aura longer. A Closer Look at Your Skin Changes… Continue reading…

For Your 50s


For people in their 50s and older, it is important to stress that the skin care routine should be more focused now on anti-aging efforts and not just routine upkeep. As we all know, people in this age group will have more pronounced and visible signs of aging not just in the face, but in other parts of the body as well. Before we discuss important points in your skin care routine, we will first tackle the changes that you can expect during this time. A Closer Look at Your Skin Changes Pigmented age spots… Continue reading…

For Men


As we all know, women are usually more particular when it comes to their skin care routine. In fact, most men do not have a skin regimen. This may be related to the fact that the skin of women is known to be more sensitive and want to look beautiful.  However, these days a lot of men are coming around to the idea that it’s important for them to take good care of their skin as well. Today, we will be listing everything you need to know to achieve good looking skin, which will keep… Continue reading…

For Oily Skin


One of the most common problems when it comes to skin is oiliness. This may not pose a serious problem for some, but it can deeply affect one’s self esteem if it is not addressed properly. To help you understand more why your skin is oilier compared to others, we will discuss today important facts and information about oily skin and the skin care regimen that may help you control it. Causes of oily skin There are many possible causes of oiliness. The most common causes include, but not limited to the following: Genetics Oily… Continue reading…

In order to have flawless and beautiful skin, you need to establish a regular skin care routine that will meet what your skin needs. One thing to remember is that as we age, our skin care routine should change also. What works for your skin when you were in your 20s may not work for you when you are already in your 30s. To put it simply, our needs changes as we age because our skin undergoes changes also.

The Basics:  Skin Care Routine for Healthy Skin

There are four basic steps when it comes to basic skin care routine. The steps include cleansing, exfoliating, toning and moisturizing. Cleansing is important to remove dirt and excess oil in the skin. These may clog the pores that will increase the likelihood of breakouts. Exfoliating, on the other hand removes the dead skin cells to prevent skin dullness. For toning, this step removes other impurities that were not removed by your cleanser. Last, but definitely not the least, is moisturizing. This is important to nourish the skin and prevent dryness.

These are all important to maintain healthy and radiant-looking skin. Although, other variations may also be used depending on what your skin needs.

Skin Care for People in their 20s

People in this age group are very prone to acne breakouts brought about by the fluctuations of hormones. When this happens, the sebaceous glands in the skin become more active making your skin oilier. Because of this, it is important to find a good cleanser that will wash away the skin’s excess oil. Wash your face twice a day to prevent oiliness. It is also important to protect your skin from sun damage by wearing sunscreen.

Skin Care for People in their 30s

For those who are in their 30’s, one thing to remember is that the skin cell turnover time will start to slow down. As a result, the skin may look duller than usual. It is therefore important to exfoliate at least once a week to remove the dead skin cells. In addition, fine lines and wrinkles may start to appear on the latter part of this age group. A good serum may help you with this problem. As always, sunscreen is very important.

Skin Care for People in their 40s

The effects of skin aging may become more pronounce once you reach your 40s. Because of this, you should also be more aggressive in fighting them off. The first thing you should do is to protect your skin from sun damage, which is one of the most common culprits of wrinkles and fine lines. It is also important to moisturize your skin to prevent dryness and dullness.

Skin Care for People in their 50s and up

By this time, you should be focused even more on your anti-aging efforts. Aside from this, you also need to address your pores, which may become more visible because of the loosening of the skin. The skin care routine is still the same when it comes to cleansing, exfoliating, toning and moisturizing. You just need to find good skin care products that will also help you on your anti-skin aging efforts.

Skin Care for Men

Men may not be so particular with their skin care routine compared to women, but this does not mean that they do not need to take care of their skin. Men should wash their face with cold water in the mornings and use liquid soap not bar soap for their face. They should moisturize daily and exfoliate once a week to ensure healthy and glowing skin.

Skin Care for Oily Skin

One of the most common skin care problems is oiliness. This results from the overproduction of sebum by the sebaceous glands. There are several steps you can take to help your oily skin including: use lukewarm water when you wash your face as this removes oil better than cold water does, use a soapy cleanser, a toner and a moisturizing serum instead of a cream based moisturizer. Using a clay mask once a week can also be effective.