Your body is your home. Your skin is your largest organ. Being mindful of what we are applying to our skin is just as important as what we put inside. Many have thought of switching to clean facial care products but haven't put much thought into their body washes, shampoo, lotions, deodorants, etc. The personal care industry has loads of products filled with harsh ingredients and additives. Think about your typical skincare routine from serums, masks, creams, oils, and now think about what you can be doing for the rest of your skin on your body. We can do better than apply lotion on after the shower! It's time to show your body some self care and make the switch to botanical, plant-powered body care.
Actives in Body Care: the Secret to Aging Gracefully
Posted by RainShadow Labs' Resident Esthetician on 1/28/2021 to Lifestyle
Glycolic Acid in Skincare: Q&A
Posted by RainShadow Labs' Resident Esthetician on 1/27/2021 to Cosmetics
If you are looking for a multi-beneficial AHA skincare ingredient, meet your new best friend: Glycolic Acid.
Glycolic Acid is an alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA) derived from cane sugar. This carbon-containing molecule has a simple and small molecular size, and since Glycolic Acid has a small molecular structure unlike any other AHA, many skincare professionals favor it for helping to mae the skin look and feel clear, soft, young and radiant.
5 Tips for Clear Looking Skin According to an Esthetician
Posted by RainShadow Labs' Resident Esthetician on 1/27/2021 to Lifestyle
When cleansing the skin, you may not be doing it as effectively as you should be. A proper cleanse is the first essential step in maintaining a truly happy complexion - and your skin shouldn't feel stripped and tight after.
Botanical Enzymes for Brighter Looking Skin
Posted by RainShadow Labs' Resident Esthetician on 1/27/2021 to Private Label Skin Care
Enzymes are an effective, non-abrasive skin exfoliant sourced from fruits and vegetables such as papaya, pineapple, and pumpkin. A common enzyme used in skincare is known as the proteolytic enzyme.