You may have seen jade rollers popping up lately in conversation on social media, especially on Instagram. This trending product promises several benefits, including depuffing your face, smoothing fine lines, reducing dark circles and calming inflammation.
When the weather changes into cold and rainy days, looking good can be a little harder when bundled in a shape-hiding clothing. Yet, it is quite possible to dress well, take good care of hair and skin so that you look your best throughout the cold months.
For the past couple of years, the beauty enthusiasts among us have been just as excited by cutting edge innovations in skincare (drone technology, we’re ready for you) as the use of ancient facial tools, used in line with time-honoured traditions.
Blackheads: no one wants them, everyone has them. They emerge at puberty and, like weird ear hair (if you haven’t got it, trust us, it’s coming), they’re a fact of life. That’s not to say you should be resigned to allowing the sweat, oil and other gunk that causes comedones (to use their fancy name) to set up shop in your skin. With the help of a dermatologist and a few grooming products, it’s possible to minimise and even evict these annoying dots from your face. Here’s how.
In our obsession and quest to embrace self-care, face masks have emerged as a front runner. Feeling sad, stressed out or anxious? Nothing a good face mask can’t fix. Right?
On top of everything else you need to do in the morning, moisturising your skin can feel like another chore – so why do it?
Growing a beard for the first time can be a bit like asking out your crush: everybody’s got an opinion about the best way to do it and the stakes feel super high. With a beard, the stakes *are* high… get it wrong and you have to start over, or walk around with a funny-looking face. Luckily, brave souls have gone before you. We’ve canvassed the internet and find 4 tips what you should know.
Your face skin is an important part of your body and taking care of it, especially against the drying effects of the summer sun, is important to your appearance and your well-being. Even if you have oily skin, you’ll need to moisturise, because oily skin can still lack water.