5 Skin Peeling Remedies We All Need after a Bad Sunburn

Skin peeling mostly happen when the skin is laid bare to prolonged sun exposure. And the Ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun ends up damaging the top layers of the skin.

For those who sun bath now and then, this sometimes happens and the experience can be annoying at times. Sunburn gives birth to dead skin cells which turn flaky and starts to peel off one after the other.

There are lots of ways to get rid of peeling skin fast. In the post, I’ll be showing you some ways to effectively stop the peeling skin, and make sure it doesn’t spread or cause skin scars.

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Top 10 Best Sunscreens for Acne-prone Skin

If adding sunscreen to your morning regime feels like an unnecessary step, consider this statement from the Skin Cancer Foundation: “More than 90% of the visible skin changes associated with aging is caused by the sun’s ultraviolet rays.”

When it comes to protecting your face – your whole body from UVA and UVB rays, your most important defense is sunscreen.

Using sunscreens especially on your oily or acne-prone skin may feel a bit like a misnomer. After all, sunscreens are comedogenic and tend to clog pores leading to breakouts and acne.

Fortunately, there are tons of oil-free sunscreens that protect your skin from the harsh rays of the sun and prevent breakouts at the same time.

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5 Best Noncomedogenic Moisturizer You Should Use on Your Face

What does Noncomedogenic Moisturizer do and what does it Noncomedogenic mean?
In order to understand what “noncomedogenic” means, it may be helpful to break down the word.

A comedo (or comedones, if more than one) is a type of pimple that can form on your skin.

A comedo is the result of a clogged pore. Pores are the tiny openings in your skin that you can see when you look very closely, especially in a magnifying glass. Inside those pores are hair follicles- sacs beneath the skin that house the hair roots.

When your body produces excess sebum (the oily substance on the skin) this excess sebum can combine with dead skin cells and sometimes bacteria to plug up the pore. The result is a pimple – a comedo.

“Non-comedogenic” is a term used to refer to ingredients that do not block pores and promote pimples.

What are noncomedogenic moisturizers?

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Top 10 Best Face Washes for Acne-prone Skin

Most people experience blemishes and bumps well into their adult years with some – such as those with acne rosacea- not having acne problems until well into their twenties.

For some people, having acne in your twenties can feel like the revenge of puberty while you try to find makeup that hides your bumps. Fortunately, there is a way around this.

Face washes are products specially formulated for acne. What makes these products very effective is that they often contain salicylic acid or benzoyl peroxide which helps to clear acne sores. Some cleansers, however, contain alcohol which tends to dry out the skin causing breakouts so you might need to moisturize after using cleansers.

Use only light, non-comedogenic (oil-free) moisturizers which do not aggravate acne.

This list of skin care products has got something for everyone. There are face wash formulas for all different skin types, from sensitive to acne-prone to combination to dry to oily and even those of us with rosacea.

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Top 10 Best BB Creams for Acne Prone Skin

The Buzz behind BB creams:

What are BB creams and what do BB creams do?
BB creams or blemish balms are multipurpose beauty products that have become one of the hottest trends in the beauty industry.

They are a versatile product that works as a moisturizer, sunscreen, concealer, makeup base or primer, skin treatment, and foundation.

BB creams were first developed in the 1960s by German dermatologist Christine Schrammek as a full coverage protective cover for patients’ skin after facial peels and surgery.

BB creams took off in South Korea as an alternative to foundation and moisturizer. Several BB creams contained important ingredients like hyaluronic acid and vitamins C, which brightened and evened skin tone, reduced hyper pigmentation of skin and treated blemishes such as acne, sun spots and age spots.
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Top 10 Best Foundations for Acne-prone Skin

Acne, oil skin, and pimples shouldn’t be any reason for you to not leave the house. Why? Because there are unique and best foundation formulated for acne-prone skin that will work miracles (literally) on your complexion and provide a full coverage for your skin until you get your skin condition under control.

The rule of thumb when choosing foundations for acne-prone skin is to always go oil-free.

Always.

Also, choose foundations that tout water as their first ingredient.

Foundations containing dimethicone are great, since they absorb excess oil, mattify the skin, and minimize the appearance of larger pores.

Of course, it doesn’t hurt if the foundation has acne-preventing ingredients like salicylic acid.

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3 Best Copper Peptide Serums – The Ultimate Review

Copper peptide serums are one of the skin care products I personally respect. Studies have suggested that copper peptides help the skin fight numerous skin care problems.

To name just a few of them:

  • Copper peptide helps in the skin in anti-aging endeavors by producing collagen.
  • Copper peptide helps the skin fight against free radicals that causes wrinkles and fine lines on the skin.
  • It helps tighten the loose skin around the face and brightens the old looks back to a younger skin.

I can go on and on about the awesome benefits of copper peptide serums on the skin. There are many benefits of which I’ll be going into much greater depth towards the end of the article.

And just like every other skin care product out there, all copper peptide serums aren’t made equal. Some are better than others. I’ve reviewed the 3 best copper peptides.   Continue reading

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