Skincare Confessions, From Home.

I’m a work from home (and stay-at-home) mom with two loving, high energy kids under the age of 6. Like many of us, I’m grateful to stay put and thankful for those who keep our country going – yet I also find the days are busier than ever, leaving very little time for self-care. Here are my daily skincare confessions!  Confession #1: I’ve been skipping some…

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Skincare Confessions! Hear from Laurel, 56.

Welcome to our new Blog Series – Skincare Confessions.  It’s like a peek into your bestie’s makeup bag, or a one-on-one beauty talk with a trusted friend. We’ve asked our customers, co-workers, acquaintances and family for their honest thoughts and feelings on skincare and cosmetics: tips, woes, loves, daily routines and must-have products. Get ready to be inspired!  This post is from Laurel – our customer and the co-owner of a bakery and…

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Everything You Want to Know About Retinoids!

We’d love to save you a Google search and answer your questions right here: “What are retinoids, and what amazing things can they do for my skin?”  How do we define retinoids?  Care Skincare Head of Product Innovation Debbie D’Aquino has a wealth of experience in the prestige beauty industry and is our go-to skincare scientist.  According to Debbie, the term “retinoids” refers to Vitamin A and the various compounds…

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Winter Skin Self-Care Tips

It’s essential to care for your skin all year round, but winter is especially challenging due to indoor dryness and outdoor elements.  Here are a few tips to ensure your skin stays healthy and your moisture barrier strong and supported:  Use Mighty Moisturizers  Skin gets notoriously dry this time of year due to change of climate…

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Hyaluronic Acid and Moisturizer Myths

Never has my skin taken so well to an ingredient. The word “acid” seems alarming at first, but I love what Hyaluronic Acid does for my face and the health of my skin.  As you may have read or heard, Hyaluronic Acid (which looks like a pure, clear jelly) is a molecule that can hold up to 1,000x its weight in…

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