Does your skin react quickly to both heat and cold? Does it easily fall prey to sunburn and windburn? Or is your skin usually dry, delicate, and prone to allergic reactions? Do some detergents, cosmetics, and alcohol irritate your skin? If you answered yes to all those questions, then you probably have very sensitive skin. The skin is subject to the harsh rays of the sun. Depending on your job, the skin can come in contact with harsh cleaning chemicals, dirt, grime, and grease. Even when one is relaxing and having fun, like in a swimming pool, our body can come in contact with chlorine and other harsh chemicals. People with sensitive skin face many problems. The redness, irritation, and…

When choosing women's perfume, facial make-up, haircare, and skincare products, be sure to select those that best fit your personality and schedule. You are unique, and so are your skin tone, hair texture, and body fragrance. What works well for another might not work well for you. So, let your individuality come to life when choosing beauty products. Here's how. Skin Beauty — Deeper than You Think! You've heard the phrase, “Beauty is only skin deep.” But, is it really only skin deep? Let's delve beneath the surface and take a look at what's beneath the skin that you and others can see. Every day, you probably put at least a thin coating of foundational make-up on your face. Perhaps…

When it comes to skin care, moisturizing is usually one of the more popular, and though it's hard to believe more controversial topics. Some experts swear by moisturizing is the best way to keep your skin youthful and healthy while others feel a bit more suspicious of its benefits. Since my grandma lived to 94 years of age with beautiful skin and touted the benefits of moisturizing for years, I tend to lean towards giving it a go. For many, moisturizing on a daily basis is already a daily part of their skincare regime while others are just jumping on the bandwagon for the first time. Regardless of where you fall, deep skin moisturizing is a cost-effective and simple way…

For most issues related to teenagers, fads rule the roost. And skincare issues are highest among teenagers. Today any medium, be it magazines, newspapers, television, or the Internet are inundated with skincare-related articles. These articles could include various therapies and homemade solutions for skincare. Ranging from the totally natural to those which involve chemicals, these articles provide the reader with the much-needed solutions to their skin-related problems. These days, the latest craze in skin care regimes is natural antioxidant skincare. The belief that is being popularized these days is that the more natural the product is used the more effective and devoid of side effects it will be. This concept has a strong historical background since it is a known…

What did I learn from my own wedding? Work out a time schedule and stick to it. Plotting out your beauty details months before your wedding will help you remain calm and collected so that your big day goes off without a hitch. Two Months Before • A good skincare regimen is important to get ready for your big day but don't do anything too extreme. To bump up your normal routine, try adding I-Skin Intelligent Microdermabrasion System. • Moisture is so important for healthy glowing skin. Apply an oil-free moisturizer each morning before your makeup and after you take it off each night. I suggest Beyond Belief ABH Oil-Free Moisturizer for your face and throat. Four to Six Weeks…

Do you feel insecure about your appearance? Do you wish you could change the way you look? No matter what you look like, there are plenty of things you can do to make yourself more beautiful. This article will provide you with some beauty tips that can make anyone looks and feel better. You can make your eyes appear noticeably larger and more open, use this trick for applying your eyeshadow. Apply a light-colored (taupe, bone, or ivory) shadow in the innermost corner of your eye, then apply a progressively darker shade as you go further out. The darkest shade should be applied to the outermost corner of the eye. If you are using makeup, you should be absolutely certain…