Skincare After 30

Skincare After 30 We got away with some questionable skincare habits in our early 20s. Even late nights wouldn’t show on our faces the next day. After turning 25, however, signs of aging begin to surface, and after 30, these things start becoming more apparent. Your hormone levels start to decrease, including a loss of…

Tips for Diabetic Skincare

Tips for Diabetic Skincare Diabetes is one of the most common diseases with the biggest impact on quality of life, as it affects many aspects of our health, including our skin’s health. High glucose levels and poor circulation cause skin problems, such as itching, dryness, diabetic dermopathy, ulcers, etc.; these conditions must be prevented or…

Milk: A Must-Have for Skin Hydration

Milk: A Must-Have for Skin Hydration We’ve known about milk’s cosmetic benefits for thousands of years. For example, it’s said that in Ancient Egypt, Cleopatra bathed in donkey’s milk to preserve her skin’s youthful appearance. In that, she is joined by Josefina (wife of the French emperor Napoleon), whose skin was considered among the most…