Clear skin doesn’t have to involve a trip to the spa. Treatments like light therapy are readily available from brands you see in drugstores. They’re bringing the spa to you.
Treat your skin with the .
This mask uses light therapy technology and harnesses blue light to target acne-causing bacteria and red light to reduce inflammation. No need to worry about irritating your skin; the mask is clinically proven to be gentle enough for sensitive skin. It’s a UV-free mask, which makes it safe for skin and eyes.
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When we hear about a great deal it can be difficult to not immediately think that the brand in question must be fighting for the spotlight in a crowded market. Sometimes this is true, but not always.
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Essentials Week spotlights unexpected items that make our daily lives just a little bit better.
Micellar water should be your new best friend.
Skincare is kind of a cult: You stumble across one subreddit and suddenly you’re stocking up on sheet masks, researching acids, and agonizing over each pore.
Layering serums and testing AHAs/BHAs can be wildly overwhelming, especially if you’re just getting into skincare or a functional member of society who doesn’t have the time for a full Korean 10-step routine. That’s where micellar comes in — the cleanser is like a shortcut for skincare. It’ll take the gunk off your face, and you don’t have to wash it off after. Read more…
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