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Who doesn't want a lifetime of great skin? Are you using the right products? In this blog we cover what product benefits you should expect from your anti-ageing skincare products, read on
Hello Beautiful! Skin Care Routine for African Skin? If you do not have one in place yet, you will have one by the end of this article. African skin requires daily care as much as any other skin tone. Only it needs added consideration for hyperpigmentation, acne, oiliness, or dryness. Finding the right combination for your skincare routine will depend on your skin type. Most available skincare products in the market cater for Caucasian or pale-skin toned woman. Not taking the daily concerns us women with darker skin tones face, into consideration.
Hello Uso Skin Glower! We hope you are keeping well, safe and wearing your mandatory face masks when out! However, our skin is not used to this new way of life and it can be adversely affected
Hi Uso Skin Glower! Let's talk "Lockdown Skin" Being on lockdown can have a negative impact on our skin. Stress, disrupted sleep, poor diet, lack of exercise and lack of fresh air can disrupt our skin's physiology causing dry, dehydrated, blotchy, dull skin! We do not want that!
Hello Uso Skin Glower!I am sure you have now perfected the "art of washing your hands" during this Covid-19 period!Now, let's talk about the "Art of washing or cleansing your face" in order to get the maximum benefit for your skin.Cleansing is a key element of any Skincare routine as it removes dirt, oil, and other unwanted debris from your skin. Throughout the day the skin on your face is continually covered with bacteria, pollutants, viruses, dirt, and old (dead) skin cells. Twice a day facial cleansing removes these impurities leaving your skin fresh and bright.