Avocado is so much more than a trendy toast topper! This creamy fruit is a total powerhouse when it comes to healthy skin benefits and achieving an instant glow. AND, the combination of avocado and honey is known to moisturize and heal dry skin.
It’s no secret that washing your face has been a no-brainer since rubber duckies were a part of bath time. It’s also safe to say that your morning and nighttime cleansing routines have changed a bit (ok, a lot) since then. So, you’ll want to make sure you know the right way. Let’s review.
How to Choose the Best Face Wash and Scrub for Your Skin Type
Here's the thing: There are a slew of scrubs and choose from out there in this great big world of beauty. Why? Because there are many types of skin! Maybe you've already identified the characteristics of the skin you're in (definitely humble brag-worthy), and maybe not (no worries, you're still good). Either way, we're here to help you. Ahead, the best scrub and face wash for all skin types.
Confused by skin cleansers? We got you. To make the whole get-glowing-skin process easier, we’re answering some of the hottest questions surrounding the topic (what is a cleanser, what does cleanser do, how do I use a facial cleanser, how often…you get the idea) plus offering up a few ways St. Ives products can help you always put your best face forward.
Textures, scents, and choices, ooh, my! We’ve all been there. What is the difference between a face wash, a face scrub and a face cleanser? Do you even need all of them? Not to worry, we have you covered!
Just like the leaves turn, turn, turn from lush green, to rich hues of amber and gold, when humidity levels drop, so do moisture levels in skin. In simple terms, skin likes consistency and when the seasons change from summer to fall to winter, skin has to work double-duty in order to maintain adequate hydration as the winds and dry chills kick in. So, when moisturizer isn’t enough, it’s time to call in the squad – the face masks squad that is.
Should You Wash Your Face Before or After Showering?
Have no fear – we’ve done our share of research, and the answer is clear: post-shower is definitely the way to go. Sure, washing your face in the shower saves time but it can also do more harm than good – like, clogging pores with other products (gross) or drying out skin with hot water (ouch).
What is Maskne? How to Deal With Acne from Face Masks
What is Maskne? Maskne (mask + acne) or acne breakouts caused by wearing a face mask is a real thing. Wearing a protective face mask is important for protecting your health. So, what can you do about some of the side effects of wearing a mask -- like friction, rubbing, and increased temperature – that can cause some issues for your skin? Luckily, taking care of your complexion and using the right acne products may help to prevent and treat breakouts and help you get your glow back.