This Organic Foundation Doubles As A SerumRead

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This Organic Foundation Doubles As A Serum

"It's a serum. It's a foundation. It's a revolution." These are the first words you read when hitting Gressa's Minimalist Corrective Serum Foundation landing page, and I could not agree more. The first time I heard about this foundation, I was intrigued. Full coverage with real skincare benefits from an organic ingredient list, ranging from broccoli seed oil to lemon balm?! Tell me more.
The Face Oil That Could Help Clear Your SkinRead

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The Face Oil That Could Help Clear Your Skin

The number of face oils on the market right now can be extremely overwhelming, and after all of the trial-and-error I've personally done, I always come back to "simple is better." After finally realizing that my oily skin actually needed (*the right kind of oil🔑*) to balance it out and produce less oil and sebum, my complexion is 10x better than it was in my early 20's.
The New Venice-Based Skincare Line That's Infused With Organic Super FoodsRead

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The New Venice-Based Skincare Line That's Infused With Organic Super Foods

I'm so excited to share a new Beauty Brief featuring an organic, Venice Beach-based skincare line: 10 Degrees Cooler. I always love finding quality brands that are close to home (as you know I'm right in Venice !) that keep the ingredients and the environment as top priority. Formulated by Andreea Farcas, whose mother was a biochemist and father was in entertainment, she sought out to build a clean and effective skincare line with sleek packaging and advanced formulations in mind.
How To Exfoliate Your Winter Skin ProperlyRead

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How To Exfoliate Your Winter Skin Properly

The temptation in winter is to downright coddle our skin with rich oils and hydrating creams. But exfoliating in winter actually plays a crucial role in making sure all that hydration is effective. “Between the cold weather and dry heat, your skin dehydrates and dead skin cells build up,” Dr. Marina Peredo explains. Doing so, and sloughing away these accumulated dead cells is actually crucial to allowing serums, moisturizers, and all those other products to actually sink in and work. “Our skin naturally exfoliates itself,” Dr.