Browsing Articles by category: AntiAging

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Polyhydroxy Acids: Effective, Gentle Anti-Aging Ingredients Polyhydroxy Acids: Effective, Gentle Anti-Aging Ingredients

Want the anti-aging benefits of alpha hydroxy acids minus the irritation they tend to cause? Learn about polyhydroxy acids, gentler ingredients that smooth and refine the complexion.

Chemical Peels for Skin RejuvenationChemical Peels for Skin Rejuvenation

Got pigmentation problems, acne or fine lines? Find out more about chemical peels, how they work and whether they can help you.

Coenzyme Q10: Protective Antioxidant CompoundCoenzyme Q10: Protective Antioxidant Compound

Coenzyme Q10 has become a popular skincare ingredient. Learn more about this natural compound and its potential benefits for your skin.

Ferulic Acid: Fighting Free Radicals and AgingFerulic Acid: Fighting Free Radicals and Aging

Harmful molecules called free radicals are everywhere, causing skin damage, signs of aging and possibly even cancer. Combined with other antioxidants, ferulic acid is an effective way to fight them off and protect your skin. Learn more about this valuable ingredient.

Makeup Tips for Mature SkinMakeup Tips for Mature Skin

How can you erase years from your face? The key is in updating your beauty products and application techniques. Here’s what to do and what to avoid.

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Q: When can I expect my skin to improve when using PHA products?

A: In most cases, you’ll need at least several months to start seeing a change in your skin, according to Dr. Briden. More dramatic effects can take years to see.

Q: Are PHAs safe for use on delicate areas like the lips?

A: Generally, yes. Many skincare companies are adding PHAs to lip care products. They help boost moisture levels, keeping lips soft and supple.

Q: Can I use PHA products after a laser procedure or chemical peel?

A: Yes, because PHAs are gentle and non-irritating, they’re ideal after a skin procedure. But check with your doctor about which products are best to use post-treatment.

Q: How do I stop my eyeliner from smudging?

A: Use an eye shadow base before applying liner or shadow. Also, switch to a waterproof formula or “set” your eyeliner with an identical color of eye shadow.

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