The thought of using something to purposefully puncture the skin is a little bizarre. But starting in 1995 plastic surgeons were beginning to see the benefits of doing just that (using tattoo guns with no ink) for scar healing.
Vitamin C was one of the most googled skin care terms of 2020. So does it deserve the hype and is it right for you?
Given the cost of some of the evidence-based ingredients in skincare, we’re pretty confident that you won’t find many at your local discount pharmacy or department store.
I have two alarm clocks, the one that rings at 5am and wakes me on the mornings that I am on TV, the other ones are the puppies who wake me at 5:45 most other mornings.
Increasingly we have seen the term “pH balanced” in skin care advertising but we have never seen any brand explain what that means.
The Safe and Effective Answer to Hyperpigmentation: 4-n-Butylresorcinol
Hyperpigmentation has a number of different causes, is triggered deeper in the Dermis and can be difficult and require a long term approach to treatment to treat.
Acne breakouts along the jaw, chin and cheeks as a result of frequent wear of a protective mask.
So you’ve decided it’s time to take your skin care up a notch but you’re not sure what to expect or you’re worried that after starting things aren’t as you expected?
We sometimes get asked why we don’t have higher concentrations of hydroxy acids in our exfoliating serum (Smooth Serum) like some of our competitors.
Vitamin A was first tested in the 1940’s for use in treating acne, but early testing found it to be too irritating.
Most dermatologists and skincare academics agree that Vitamin A is hands down the BEST ingredient to combat the effects of aging.
It’s one of the facial features that we are asked about most. When it comes to the things that make pores bigger and what can be done to change that, what does the evidence say?
Are products that reduce pigmentation of the skin safe for long term use?
One of the key reasons we started ESK.
Should I stop wearing makeup if I have acne? Will it make it worse?