Estrogen loss and skin care can be confusing. Treating “hormonal skin” with a specialized skin care product isn’t just about “menopause.” In fact, because most women begin losing estrogen in their mid-40s, the sooner you begin applying an estrogen-based skin care product, the better it is for your skin.
Can skin care products balance the vitally important good and bad bacteria living on your skin’s surface? In other words, can you balance your skin’s microbiome to keep skin healthy and normal? In the world of science, the facts say yes, to some extent, but not by merely applying probiotics.
Dry skin around the mouth can be difficult to heal. What is the best treatment for chapped, cracked, red, rashy lips and dry skin around the mouth? The primary challenge is identifying the cause because you need to know what you’re dealing with in order to successfully treat it.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is the hot new topic in skin care but is CBD good for skin? Is it worthy of all the hype? The answer is a resounding YES!
Just when you thought sun protection couldn’t get any more complicated, here comes vitamin D. This is a difficult issue: how to get Vitamin D without the sun.