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ENZYME PEELINGS VS. FRUIT ACIDS PEELINGS AND SCRUBS - WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?

ENZYME PEELINGS VS. FRUIT ACIDS PEELINGS AND SCRUBS -  WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?

A regular skincare routine usually includes a facial peeling. However, often it's not so easy to decide what  a peeling product would work the best  for your skin. Let’s briefly discuss this topic. Fruit Acids Peels: Main active - a collection of intense acids (such as salicylic acid, lactic acid, glycolic acid). These products are acidic.  Action principle - exfoliate dead skin via dissolving certain proteins and lipids that keep dead skin cells close together. The activity of this peel is highly dependant on the percentage of the fruit acids in a formula, so it might range from mild to super strong.  Benefits - provides a fast result of softer and more radiant looking...

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Working with “The Good Doctor” team.

Working with “The Good Doctor” team.

As you probably noticed, we do love beauty and art. And what we love as well it’s the good movies! Proud to work with the amazing team of makeup artists of the great movie series “The Good Doctor”, season 4!

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Winter Acne

Winter Acne

Why Do We Experience More Acne In Winter?In fact, there are a plenty causes of seasonal acne. Let’s consider the most common ones:- Cooler and drier air makes our skin to protect itself via producing more sebum. The excess of sebum protects the epidermis from cold and wind and reduces trans-epidermal water loss. But negative effect of it is clogging the pores and triggering skin inflammation.- Shortage of vitamin D, which weakens skin’s immune response.- Harsh cleansing products (such as bar soaps), which are stripping the natural oils from the skin making it to produce more oils for to balance...

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How To Care For Our Skin During Winter Time.

How To Care For Our Skin During Winter Time.

Well, finally the winter came to Vancouver with its snow falls and cold winds. How to care for our skin during this time? What happens with our skin when the temperature gets cooler? Firstly, the air humidity goes down, which often means more dry and less glowing skin. Even if you have oily or combination skin, the cold weather may affect it significantly causing dryness, irritation, and acne. Secondly, cold temperature put stress on the skin’s blood vessels making them narrower and more fragile. This is why it’s important to consider some skincare changes for the cooler days. Tip #1:...

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How we should care for our skin when wildfire smoke in the air?

How we should care for our skin when wildfire smoke in the air?

During more than a week Vancouver sky is blanketed by wildfire smoke. As Environment Canada officials said: “Wildfire smoke is a natural part of our environment but it is important to be mindful that exposure to smoke may affect your health”. But does the smoke affect our skin in particular? It does! Our skin pore is about 50–70 µm and wildfire smoke particles are 2.5 µm, which means that they can easily get into our pores and do some damage. 🍃So, how can we improve our skincare regime according to this air condition? Here are some simple but useful advices...

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