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SKIN CARE TIPS- For Oily Skin
 
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https://www.instagram.com/drdavinlim/ More on skin care tips and newest treatments http://www.fioriinstitute.com For LED acne and skin rejuvenation treatments Realself reviews: http://www.realself.com/find/Australi... Google + for up to date info. Posted daily.  https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/1139391... SKIN CARE TIPS- For Oily Skin Oily skin can be genetic, however the main cause is multi factorial. These include genes, hormones, poor skin care, stress and even diet. Treatments are directed at the cause. Some treatments such as anti-hormonal medications including spironolactione, drosperinone, and cyperterone acetate can be effective. Isotretinoin prescribed by a medical dermatologist can reduce oil production from sebacesous glands, however this medication must be respected, and side effects are common. Here are some other tips to help reduce oil reduction- Find the right cleanser. It might sound counterintuitive, but oil cleansers were made for greasy skin types. The oil in the face wash attracts your skin's sebum, so you can rinse both away without stripping your face. A good cleanser with BHA or salicylic acid can be a good starting point. Neutrogena 2% salicylic acid is a good but also cost effective facial cleanser. The lipophilic nature of this cleanser means it targets the oil glands directly, dissolving excess oil. Tea tree oil cleansers can also work. Moisturise frequently with a light product. Moisturizing is important to keep the skin's barrier intact. This key outer layer of skin is in charge of blocking out external irritants like bacteria or UV rays and reduce water loss though the epidermis. Do not use heavy moisturizers that may clog your skin with heavy duty ingredients like shea butter or coconut oil. Look for a light moisturizer with the word non comedogenic – my recommendations are moisturizers like La Roche Posay, or The Ordinary. Skin is as individual as you are, so I cannot recommend a perfect moisturizer for your skin. Omit toning. Traditional toners contain astrigents that my strip away the outer protective layers of your skin. Avoid products containing alcohol, menthol, and other skin irritants. Toners can temporarily reduce grease production, however they may irritate the skin long term and produce more oil as a protective mechanism for your skin. Vitamin A can help. Consider creams such as tazoretene, adapelene or tretinoin. These work on the RAR or retinoid receptors of the skin, and decrease oil production. See my videos on how to use retinoids to help reduce skin irritation. If all else fails, a medical dermatologist can titrate oral vitamin A such as isotretinoin. This drug needs to be carefully monitored, as side effects are common. Lasers can help indirectly target the oil glands. A carbon peel can be effective in treating both acne and oil. How do lasers work? Firstly carbon is applied a hour or more before laser. Black carbon is then concentrated in the oil glands. I then use a laser known as a QSL either a nano or Picosure pico laser to destroy the carbon. This in turn causes heat that can destroy oil gland indirectly. This is also called the Carbon Peel or the Spectra peel. Most patients require 3-6 sessions for optimal results. Low level laser emitting devices can also reduce oil production. These are best combined with ALA. ALA much like carbon can be absorbed in the sebaceous oil glands. I then use a laser light such as IPL with the 420 filter, Omnilux blue, Omnilux red, Kleresca dual blue, Lutronic 633, or Galderma Aktalite to then activate the ALA within the oil glands. This in turn reduces oil production. Most patients require 2-4 sessions for best outcomes. Diet can play an important role in the management of oily skin, if you notice increased oil with dairy products or refined foods, sugars and food triggers, modifying your diet can help. Blotting paper- simple, safe, short term for those emergency events. Make up choice is important. When it comes to your skin, avoid pore-clogging foundations that feel heavy. Look for lighter textures and keywords like oil-control or mattifying. Oil control primers can also hep absorb excess oil. And if there's only a little you want to cover up, choose powder over foundation. I do one educational video every week. All videos are unsponsored and I tell it like it is. Please refrain from asking question like ‘what do you recommend for my skin problem’. That is why I produce these videos- namely to illustrate that skin is as individual as you are, and I can not recommend products based upon description. All the best, Dr Davin Lim, Laser and aesthetic dermatologist. Brisbane. Australia.
Views: 53526 Dr Davin Lim
How to BOOST COLLAGEN in  your SKIN LAYERS in just few weeks
 
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Cacay oil is this season's hottest beauty elixir. Why? Because of its potent anti-aging solution. Cacay oil has 50 percent more vitamin E than argan oil. Also, it contains three times as much retinol as rosehip oil, which (for the record) is the key component in wrinkle-lift concoctions commercial brands try so hard to perfect.  Extracted from the humble cacay nut that's found in South America, we explain why this beauty oil has become such a prized possesion: Protects the Skin: Cacay oil helps repair the hydrolipidic layer, which is the part of the skin that protects you from infections, irritations and allergies, and is usually stripped away by cosmetic cleansers. Improves Elasticity: The high vitamin E doses keep the skin plump and help contain your youthful looks for longer. They also stimulate quick cell renewal which means you will have fewer scars, deep-set lines, sallowness, and sun damage.  Keeps The Skin Hydrated: Cacay oil penetrates the skin and is more easily absorbed by the pores compared to other essential oils. This results in long-lasting hydration which means you can do away with your moisturizer and eye cream if you've slapped on some of the oiling solution.  Makes Your Skin Resilient: Retinol is key to quick cell turnover, and just by resetting the clock on old cells at a faster rate, the chances of having clogged or large pores are minimized. This means less acne and much healthier-looking skin. Stimulates Collagen Production: Think of collagen as a glue-like substance that holds our cells together. As we age, our collagen production takes a hit and our skin begins to sag. Now, because cacay oil penetrates the deepest layers of the skin where the collagen is produced, it regenerates and replenishes it at the source, and there's nothing better than that, of course.  Gives You A Natural Facelift: Cacay oil rebuilds and replenishes skin tissue, visibly reducing wrinkles which is what gives you a natural facelift and an immediate plumping effect. It also tempers dark spots and discoloration, which are common aging signs. Link for cacay oil https://www.amazon.com/Cacay-Naturals-Face-Oil-Healthier/dp/B010GGOZCG/ref=ice_ac_b_dpb?ie=UTF8&qid=1476861612&sr=8-1&keywords=cacay+oil Please visit my social medias http://www.twitter.com http://www.facebook.com/BiollagenC http://www.about.me/clarisayouth For product information or business please contact collagenebiollagen22@gmail.com
Should You Use Retin A for Anti Aging [DermTV.com Epi #503]
 
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Angie, the host of Hot & Flashy - youtube.com / user / HotandFlashy - asked, "Aside from acne, is there any reason for people in their 20's and early 30's to use Retin A, and conversely, are their reasons not to?" In this episode of DermTV, Dr. Schultz answers this question and discusses the uses of Retin A. Angie's Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/HotandFlashy Subscribe to DermTV: http://www.youtube.com/dermtvdotcom http://DermTV.com Connect with DermTV: http://www.facebook.com/dermtv http://www.twitter.com/dermtv [TRANSCRIPT] Angie, the host of Hot & Flashy - youtube.com / user / HotandFlashy - asked, "Aside from acne, is there any reason for people in their 20's and early 30's to use Retin A, and conversely, are their reasons not to? Angie, I'm really flattered that you who clearly know a great deal about this stuff still directed this question to me and I'm very excited to answer it because I have a very definite opinion. We first need to put this question into context. The two uses of Retin A, the best known brand name of tretinoin, is for anti acne and anti aging, so the question becomes, should people in their 20s and 30s use retin a for anti-aging? I'd like to break my answer down into two separate issues. First, do people in their 20's and early 30's need anti-aging treatments? And second, if so, should they use Retin A? So first, yes! In my opinion, people in their 20's and early 30's do need anti-aging treatments. And the single most important anti-aging treatment is chemical exfoliation. The way tretinoin works for anti-aging is by exfoliation. So far, so good. Exfoliation is key as it helps to remove dulling, staining and clogging dead cells that accumulate on the top layer of your skin. Effective exfoliation in turn sends a message to the rest of the skin to do many things including thickening the rest of the live layers of the epidermis - the upper layer of skin - and also tells the dermis, the middle layer to thicken and make new collagen. Turning on collagen production and thickening the two upper layers of skin is absolutely essential to fighting, preventing and fixing fine lines and wrinkles, and photoaging from the sun. Exfoliation also helps fix the brown discolorations from photoaging. And, as an added benefit for people in their 20's and early 30's, exfoliation helps to prevent and fix clogs that cause acne breakouts. So it's a no brainer: Exfoliate every day for anti-aging, even in your 20's and 30's. But here's the catch: Not with tretinoin! The two most effective chemical exfoliants are glycolic and tretinoin, but glycolic is the gold standard. Glycolic, when properly formulated, is gentle and does virtually everything for anti aging that tretinoin does. Glycolic has many advantages and none of the potential issues that treinoin does. Those side effects of tretinoin, as Angie mentioned, include increased sun sensitivity and sun burns, skin irritation, possible fetal side effects if used during pregnancy, and even broken capillaries. To go a step further, I even use glycolics rather than retinoids for most of my acne patients for many of the same reasons. And to reassure the curious, when it comes to anti aging, glycolic has the same research and science behind it as tretinoin. So Angie, other than for the treatment of very special cases of acne, I don't recommend or prescribe tretinoin. And while it's been shown to be effective as an anti aging topical in people well over 40, in my opinion and experience, having performed over 45,000 in-office glycolic treatments, glycolic at all ages is the best option. [ABOUT DERMTV] Everyone can have beautiful, healthy, and younger looking skin, and DermTV, the Internet's daily skincare video show, will demonstrate how by revealing expert tips and techniques and by providing real solutions for real skincare issues. Skincare (whether cosmetic or medical) previously required a trip to your dermatologist or a shopping spree at the pharmacy. And that's if you have a trusted nearby dermatologist or a local informed pharmacy. But not anymore. We at DermTV are committed to making best-in-class dermatology and skincare guidance accessible to everyone, anytime, at your computer. Every weekday, our host, Dr. Neal Schultz, one of New York's most trusted and respected dermatologists, teaches skincare's most timely and timeless issues. Topics include: the best at home techniques and new technology for facial rejuvenation, preventing and fixing sun damage from wrinkles to skin cancer, breaking news in dermatology, general skincare topics, and more.
Views: 109196 dermTVdotcom
Triple RETINOL Cacay oil GIVEAWAY plus a PORCELAIN skin with Milk and Cane Sugar
 
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Description: CACAY OIL compared to all other oils, Cacay has the highest amount of natural Retinol; a component that reduces wrinkles, helps boost collagen production and even regenerates the skin. In fact, it has three times more natural Retinol than Rosehip Oil in a more stable and non-irritating molecule. Cacay Oil is extremely rare and therefore very precious. It is an extremely rich, high quality oil that is actually valued as a nutritious supplement because it contains a high concentration of polyunsaturated fatty acids, making it an excellent source for Omega 3, 6 and 9. It contains no cholesterol, no additives and no preservatives, For business and product information please contact collagenebiollagen22@gmail.com Visit my social medias my friends http://www.facebook.com/BiollagenC http://www.twitter.com/clarisayouth http://about.me/clarisayouth
Juicy yellow clogged pores #4
 
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Juicy yellow clogged pores #4 How to remove blackheads with tweezers Remove blackheads with tweezers is very very satisfying. How do you must to do to remove blackheades with tweecers? 1) You must clean the area where blakheads are, for example nose, with soap. 2) You must clean with hot water and soap the tweecers to. 3) Push gentle blackheads like in the video. 4) Enjoy it...hehehehe. What are blackheads? Blackheads are small bumps that appear on your skin due to clogged hair follicles. These bumps are called blackheads because the surface looks dark or black. Blackheads are a mild type of acne that usually form on the face, but they can also appear on the following body parts: back chest neck arms shoulders Acne affects nearly 50 million Americans and is the most common skin disorder in the United States, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. Blackheads form when a clog or plug develops in the opening of hair follicles in your skin. Each follicle contains one hair and a sebaceous gland that produces oil. This oil, called sebum, helps keep your skin soft. Dead skin cells and oils collect in the opening to the skin follicle, producing a bump called a comedo. If the skin over the bump stays closed, the bump is called a whitehead. When the skin over the bump opens, exposure to the air causes it to look black and a blackhead forms. Some factors can increase your chances of developing acne and blackheads, including: producing too much body oil the buildup of the Propionibacterium acnes bacteria on the skin irritation of the hair follicles when dead skins cells don’t shed on a regular basis undergoing hormonal changes that cause an increase in oil production during the teen years, during menstruation, or while taking birth control pills taking certain drugs, such as corticosteroids, lithium, or androgens Some people believe that what you eat or drink can affect acne. Dairy products and foods that increase blood sugar levels, such as carbohydrates, may play a part in triggering acne, but researchers aren’t convinced that there’s a strong connection. How are blackheads treated? Over-the-counter (OTC) treatments Many acne medications are available at drug and grocery stores without a prescription. These medications are available in cream, gel, and pad form and are put directly on your skin. The drugs contain ingredients such as salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide, and resorcinol. They work by killing bacteria, drying excess oil, and forcing the skin to shed dead skin cells. Prescription medications If OTC treatment doesn’t improve your acne, your doctor may suggest that you use stronger prescription medications. Medications that contain vitamin A keep plugs from forming in the hair follicles and promote more rapid turnover of skin cells. These medications are applied directly to your skin and can include tretinoin, tazarotene, or adapalene. Your doctor may also prescribe another type of topical medication that contains benzoyl peroxide and antibiotics. If you have pimples or acne cysts in addition to your blackheads, this type of medication may be particularly helpful. Manual removal Dermatologists or specially trained skin care professionals use a special instrument called a round loop extractor to remove the plug causing the blackhead. After a small opening is made in the plug, the doctor applies pressure with the extractor to remove the clog. Microdermabrasion During microdermabrasion, a doctor or skin care professional uses a special instrument that contains a rough surface to sand the top layers of your skin. Sanding the skin removes clogs that cause blackheads. Chemical peels Chemical peels also remove clogs and get rid of the dead skins cells that contribute to blackheads. During a peel, a strong chemical solution is applied to the skin. Over time, the top layers of the skin peel off, revealing smoother skin underneath. Mild peels are available over the counter, while stronger peels are performed by dermatologists or other skincare professionals. Laser and light therapy Laser and light therapies use tiny beams of intense light to decrease oil production or kill bacteria. Both lasers and light beams reach below the surface of the skin to treat blackheads and acne without damaging the top layers of the skin.
Views: 3007 My Own Amazing Body
Juicy yellow clogged pores #8
 
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Juicy yellow clogged pores #8 How to remove blackheads with tweezers Remove blackheads with tweezers is very very satisfying. How do you must to do to remove blackheades with tweecers? 1) You must clean the area where blakheads are, for example nose, with soap. 2) You must clean with hot water and soap the tweecers to. 3) Push gentle blackheads like in the video. 4) Enjoy it...hehehehe. What are blackheads? Blackheads are small bumps that appear on your skin due to clogged hair follicles. These bumps are called blackheads because the surface looks dark or black. Blackheads are a mild type of acne that usually form on the face, but they can also appear on the following body parts: back chest neck arms shoulders Acne affects nearly 50 million Americans and is the most common skin disorder in the United States, according to the Americaou must clean the area where blakheads are, for example nose, with soap. 2) You must clean with hot water and soap the tweecers to. 3) Push gentle blackheads like in the video. 4) Enjoy it...hehehehe. What are blackheads? Blackheads are small bumps that appear on your skin due to clogged hair follicles. These bumps are called blackheads because the surface looks dark or black. Blackheads are a mild type of acne that usually form on the face, but they can also appear on the following body parts: back chest neck arms shoulders Acne affects nearly 50 million Americans and is the most common skin disorder in the United States, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. Blackheads form when a clog or plug develops in the opening of hair follicles in your skin. Each follicle contains one hair and a sebaceous gland that produces oil. This oil, called sebum, helps keep your skin soft. Dead skin cells and oils collect in the opening to the skin follicle, producing a bump called a comedo. If the skin over the bump stays closed, the bump is called a whitehead. When the skin over the bump opens, exposure to the air causes it to look black and a blackhead forms. Some factors can increase your chances of developing acne and blackheads, including: producing too much body oil the buildup of the Propionibacterium acnes bacteria on the skin irritation of the hair follicles when dead skins cells don’t shed on a regular basis undergoing hormonal changes that cause an increase in oil production during the teen years, during menstruation, or while taking birth control pills taking certain drugs, such as corticosteroids, lithium, or androgens Some people believe that what you eat or drink can affect acne. Dairy products and foods that increase blood sugar levels, such as carbohydrates, may play a part in triggering acne, but researchers aren’t convinced that there’s a strong connection. How are blackheads treated? Over-the-counter (OTC) treatments Many acne medications are available at drug and grocery stores without a prescription. These medications are available in cream, gel, and pad form and are put directly on your skin. The drugs contain ingredients such as salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide, and resorcinol. They work by killing bacteria, drying excess oil, and forcing the skin to shed dead skin cells. Prescription medications If OTC treatment doesn’t improve your acne, your doctor may suggest that you use stronger prescription medications. Medications that contain vitamin A keep plugs from forming in the hair follicles and promote more rapid turnover of skin cells. These medications are applied directly to your skin and can include tretinoin, tazarotene, or adapalene. Your doctor may also prescribe another type of topical medication that contains benzoyl peroxide and antibiotics. If you have pimples or acne cysts in addition to your blackheads, this type of medication may be particularly helpful. Manual removal Dermatologists or specially trained skin care professionals use a special instrument called a round loop extractor to remove the plug causing the blackhead. After a small opening is made in the plug, the doctor applies pressure with the extractor to remove the clog. Microdermabrasion During microdermabrasion, a doctor or skin care professional uses a special instrument that contains a rough surface to sand the top layers of your skin. Sanding the skin removes clogs that cause blackheads. Chemical peels Chemical peels also remove clogs and get rid of the dead skins cells that contribute to blackheads. During a peel, a strong chemical solution is applied to the skin. Over time, the top layers of the skin peel off, revealing smoother skin underneath. Mild peels are available over the counter, while stronger peels are performed by dermatologists or other skincare professionals. Laser and light therapy Laser and light therapies use tiny beams of intense light to decrease oil production or kill bacteria. Both lasers and light beams reach below the surface of the skin to treat blackheads and acne without damaging the top layers of the skin.
Views: 2753 My Own Amazing Body
Juicy yellow clogged pores #7
 
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Juicy yellow clogged pores #7 How to remove blackheads with tweezers Remove blackheads with tweezers is very very satisfying. How do you must to do to remove blackheades with tweecers? 1) You must clean the area where blakheads are, for example nose, with soap. 2) You must clean with hot water and soap the tweecers to. 3) Push gentle blackheads like in the video. 4) Enjoy it...hehehehe. What are blackheads? Blackheads are small bumps that appear on your skin due to clogged hair follicles. These bumps are called blackheads because the surface looks dark or black. Blackheads are a mild type of acne that usually form on the face, but they can also appear on the following body parts: back chest neck arms shoulders Acne affects nearly 50 million Americans and is the most common skin disorder in the United States, according to the Americaou must clean the area where blakheads are, for example nose, with soap. 2) You must clean with hot water and soap the tweecers to. 3) Push gentle blackheads like in the video. 4) Enjoy it...hehehehe. What are blackheads? Blackheads are small bumps that appear on your skin due to clogged hair follicles. These bumps are called blackheads because the surface looks dark or black. Blackheads are a mild type of acne that usually form on the face, but they can also appear on the following body parts: back chest neck arms shoulders Acne affects nearly 50 million Americans and is the most common skin disorder in the United States, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. Blackheads form when a clog or plug develops in the opening of hair follicles in your skin. Each follicle contains one hair and a sebaceous gland that produces oil. This oil, called sebum, helps keep your skin soft. Dead skin cells and oils collect in the opening to the skin follicle, producing a bump called a comedo. If the skin over the bump stays closed, the bump is called a whitehead. When the skin over the bump opens, exposure to the air causes it to look black and a blackhead forms. Some factors can increase your chances of developing acne and blackheads, including: producing too much body oil the buildup of the Propionibacterium acnes bacteria on the skin irritation of the hair follicles when dead skins cells don’t shed on a regular basis undergoing hormonal changes that cause an increase in oil production during the teen years, during menstruation, or while taking birth control pills taking certain drugs, such as corticosteroids, lithium, or androgens Some people believe that what you eat or drink can affect acne. Dairy products and foods that increase blood sugar levels, such as carbohydrates, may play a part in triggering acne, but researchers aren’t convinced that there’s a strong connection. How are blackheads treated? Over-the-counter (OTC) treatments Many acne medications are available at drug and grocery stores without a prescription. These medications are available in cream, gel, and pad form and are put directly on your skin. The drugs contain ingredients such as salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide, and resorcinol. They work by killing bacteria, drying excess oil, and forcing the skin to shed dead skin cells. Prescription medications If OTC treatment doesn’t improve your acne, your doctor may suggest that you use stronger prescription medications. Medications that contain vitamin A keep plugs from forming in the hair follicles and promote more rapid turnover of skin cells. These medications are applied directly to your skin and can include tretinoin, tazarotene, or adapalene. Your doctor may also prescribe another type of topical medication that contains benzoyl peroxide and antibiotics. If you have pimples or acne cysts in addition to your blackheads, this type of medication may be particularly helpful. Manual removal Dermatologists or specially trained skin care professionals use a special instrument called a round loop extractor to remove the plug causing the blackhead. After a small opening is made in the plug, the doctor applies pressure with the extractor to remove the clog. Microdermabrasion During microdermabrasion, a doctor or skin care professional uses a special instrument that contains a rough surface to sand the top layers of your skin. Sanding the skin removes clogs that cause blackheads. Chemical peels Chemical peels also remove clogs and get rid of the dead skins cells that contribute to blackheads. During a peel, a strong chemical solution is applied to the skin. Over time, the top layers of the skin peel off, revealing smoother skin underneath. Mild peels are available over the counter, while stronger peels are performed by dermatologists or other skincare professionals. Laser and light therapy Laser and light therapies use tiny beams of intense light to decrease oil production or kill bacteria. Both lasers and light beams reach below the surface of the skin to treat blackheads and acne without damaging the top layers of the skin.
Views: 3149 My Own Amazing Body
Retin A on Oily Skin...Why More "Drying" is Not Always "Better"
 
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The gel version of retin A is often touted as being "stronger" on oily skin and more effective. But, listen to my cautionary tale of why stronger is not always better. Oily skin is not a floor that needs to be scrubbed. Here is a list of the products I use: 1. Dermasil Oil Free Facial Cream: they have one in both the day and night time versions. I have both and I haven't really noticed a difference between them. I get it at the Dollar Tree. It is oil free and has vitamin e. 2. Tretinoin Cream .025%: The gel was too harsh so now I use the cream. I like it. It is inexpensive and works well. 3. Neutrogena Oil Free Clear Face Sunblock: I use this sometimes. I need to use it more often. Please comment, like and subscribe! Let me know if you have any questions.
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Juicy yellow clogged pores #2
 
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Juicy yellow clogged pores #2 How to remove blackheads with tweezers Remove blackheads with tweezers is very very satisfying. How do you must to do to remove blackheades with tweecers? 1) You must clean the area where blakheads are, for example nose, with soap. 2) You must clean with hot water and soap the tweecers to. 3) Push gentle blackheads like in the video. 4) Enjoy it...hehehehe. What are blackheads? Blackheads are small bumps that appear on your skin due to clogged hair follicles. These bumps are called blackheads because the surface looks dark or black. Blackheads are a mild type of acne that usually form on the face, but they can also appear on the following body parts: back chest neck arms shoulders Acne affects nearly 50 million Americans and is the most common skin disorder in the United States, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. Blackheads form when a clog or plug develops in the opening of hair follicles in your skin. Each follicle contains one hair and a sebaceous gland that produces oil. This oil, called sebum, helps keep your skin soft. Dead skin cells and oils collect in the opening to the skin follicle, producing a bump called a comedo. If the skin over the bump stays closed, the bump is called a whitehead. When the skin over the bump opens, exposure to the air causes it to look black and a blackhead forms. Some factors can increase your chances of developing acne and blackheads, including: producing too much body oil the buildup of the Propionibacterium acnes bacteria on the skin irritation of the hair follicles when dead skins cells don’t shed on a regular basis undergoing hormonal changes that cause an increase in oil production during the teen years, during menstruation, or while taking birth control pills taking certain drugs, such as corticosteroids, lithium, or androgens Some people believe that what you eat or drink can affect acne. Dairy products and foods that increase blood sugar levels, such as carbohydrates, may play a part in triggering acne, but researchers aren’t convinced that there’s a strong connection. How are blackheads treated? Over-the-counter (OTC) treatments Many acne medications are available at drug and grocery stores without a prescription. These medications are available in cream, gel, and pad form and are put directly on your skin. The drugs contain ingredients such as salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide, and resorcinol. They work by killing bacteria, drying excess oil, and forcing the skin to shed dead skin cells. Prescription medications If OTC treatment doesn’t improve your acne, your doctor may suggest that you use stronger prescription medications. Medications that contain vitamin A keep plugs from forming in the hair follicles and promote more rapid turnover of skin cells. These medications are applied directly to your skin and can include tretinoin, tazarotene, or adapalene. Your doctor may also prescribe another type of topical medication that contains benzoyl peroxide and antibiotics. If you have pimples or acne cysts in addition to your blackheads, this type of medication may be particularly helpful. Manual removal Dermatologists or specially trained skin care professionals use a special instrument called a round loop extractor to remove the plug causing the blackhead. After a small opening is made in the plug, the doctor applies pressure with the extractor to remove the clog. Microdermabrasion During microdermabrasion, a doctor or skin care professional uses a special instrument that contains a rough surface to sand the top layers of your skin. Sanding the skin removes clogs that cause blackheads. Chemical peels Chemical peels also remove clogs and get rid of the dead skins cells that contribute to blackheads. During a peel, a strong chemical solution is applied to the skin. Over time, the top layers of the skin peel off, revealing smoother skin underneath. Mild peels are available over the counter, while stronger peels are performed by dermatologists or other skincare professionals. Laser and light therapy Laser and light therapies use tiny beams of intense light to decrease oil production or kill bacteria. Both lasers and light beams reach below the surface of the skin to treat blackheads and acne without damaging the top layers of the skin.
Views: 18753 My Own Amazing Body
DOES RETIN "A" LIFT EYELIDS - Find out how! - PLUS Anti Aging GIVEAWAY
 
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Retin-A is a topical prescription medication containing the active ingredient tretinoin, derived from vitamin A. People use Retin-A to treat various skin disorders. Retin-A works as an exfoliating and keratolytic agent, helping to loosen and remove dead cells from the skin surface. It is available in cream, lotion and gel forms. Collagen Building In addition to having exfoliating and keratolytic properties, Retin-A helps build collagen fibers in the layer of skin under the surface (dermis), according to DermaDoctor, but NOT necessarily LIFTING the muscle Orbicularis Occuli that is located around the eye are.. Retin-A is useful for reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and it is promoted as an anti-aging product. GIVEAWAY RULES SUBSCRIBE LIKE VIDEO TOUCH BELL FOR NEW VIDEO NOTICATIONS (important) TELL THE REASON WHY YOU WANT TO WIN THIS GIVEAWAY It will be two winners - GIVEAWAY ends January 10 2018 Products mentioned in this video: BLISS Beach"-Y Keen Arm perfecting Cream https://www.blissworld.com/skin-care GANIQUE Paris Anti-Aging Diamond Serum/ Best for ages 40-60 www.ganique.com BLISS Lemon Sage Body Butter https://www.blissworld.com/skin-care BLISS Faboulous Drench-'N' Quench - Cream to water lock in moisture https://www.blissworld.com/skin-care BLISS Triple Oxygen Instant energizing Cleansing Foam https://www.blissworld.com/skin-care Cacay Oil / www.cacaynaturals.com Shea Moisture 10 in 1 Renewal System / hair and scalp Serum www.sheamoisture.com Cosmetics Second edition 120 colors eye shadow Palette by BH cosmetics www.bhcosmetics.com L.A. Colors Red Lip Gloss L.A. Colors Blush Palette L.A. Colors shimmer Gold Powder www.lacolors.com For DONATIONS to help the HOMELESS: Go to my paypal account - link below: https://www.paypal.com My paypal account is under Maria Clarisa Patterson / Email collagenebiolagen22@gmail.com INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING DOES NOT APPLY, but you are welcome to donate if you wish.. BELOW ARE VIDEO LINKS THAT WILL HELP TO ACHIEVE A FIRMER- TIGHTER. LINK for Stem Cell Video: Stem cell facial: Efficacy in preventing skin aging https://youtu.be/IZKgEj2wZ24 The LIFTER Technique to elevate CHIN & JAW Area- LINK https://youtu.be/J9KqYkLGEYA ULTIMATE Isometric Facial workout technique to FIRM UP forehead, cheeks and jaw LINK https://youtu.be/-nKtoQYUBtM Topical Vitamin C for Aging Skin/with BIOPSY evidence of formation of NEW COLLAGEN / link: https://youtu.be/p2yl6xSip3o The art of Layering skin care to BOOST COLLAGEN PRODUCTION Video LINK https://youtu.be/sulMHAv11mY The Link for Stem Cells Video: https://youtu.be/IZKgEj2wZ24 FRIENDS VISIT MY BLOG/ LINK BELOW http://www.collagenebiollagen.antiagingclarisa.com/ FOR INFORMATION ABOUT SKIN CARE PRODUCTS, Please write to: collagenebiollagen22@gmail.com Please visit my social medias http://www.twitter.com http://www.facebook.com/BiollagenC http://www.about.me/clarisayouth Disclaimer: This video is not intended to provide diagnosis, treatment or medical advice. Content provided on this Youtube channel is for informational purposes only. Please consult with a physician or other healthcare professional regarding any medical or health related diagnosis or treatment options. Information on this Youtube channel should not be considered as a substitute for advice from Medical Practitioners . The statements made about skin care products, nutritional products, facial techniques, facial recipes and other information throughout this video are not to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.
Huge yellow clogged pores removal on face.
 
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Huge yellow clogged pores removal with clip curved tweezers. How to remove blackheads with tweezers Remove blackheads with tweezers is very very satisfying. How do you must to do to remove blackheades with tweecers? 1) You must clean the area where blakheads are, for example nose, with soap. 2) You must clean with hot water and soap the tweecers to. 3) Push gentle blackheads like in the video. 4) Enjoy it...hehehehe. What are blackheads? Blackheads are small bumps that appear on your skin due to clogged hair follicles. These bumps are called blackheads because the surface looks dark or black. Blackheads are a mild type of acne that usually form on the face, but they can also appear on the following body parts: back chest neck arms shoulders Acne affects nearly 50 million Americans and is the most common skin disorder in the United States, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. Blackheads form when a clog or plug develops in the opening of hair follicles in your skin. Each follicle contains one hair and a sebaceous gland that produces oil. This oil, called sebum, helps keep your skin soft. Dead skin cells and oils collect in the opening to the skin follicle, producing a bump called a comedo. If the skin over the bump stays closed, the bump is called a whitehead. When the skin over the bump opens, exposure to the air causes it to look black and a blackhead forms. Some factors can increase your chances of developing acne and blackheads, including: producing too much body oil the buildup of the Propionibacterium acnes bacteria on the skin irritation of the hair follicles when dead skins cells don’t shed on a regular basis undergoing hormonal changes that cause an increase in oil production during the teen years, during menstruation, or while taking birth control pills taking certain drugs, such as corticosteroids, lithium, or androgens Some people believe that what you eat or drink can affect acne. Dairy products and foods that increase blood sugar levels, such as carbohydrates, may play a part in triggering acne, but researchers aren’t convinced that there’s a strong connection. How are blackheads treated? Over-the-counter (OTC) treatments Many acne medications are available at drug and grocery stores without a prescription. These medications are available in cream, gel, and pad form and are put directly on your skin. The drugs contain ingredients such as salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide, and resorcinol. They work by killing bacteria, drying excess oil, and forcing the skin to shed dead skin cells. Prescription medications If OTC treatment doesn’t improve your acne, your doctor may suggest that you use stronger prescription medications. Medications that contain vitamin A keep plugs from forming in the hair follicles and promote more rapid turnover of skin cells. These medications are applied directly to your skin and can include tretinoin, tazarotene, or adapalene. Your doctor may also prescribe another type of topical medication that contains benzoyl peroxide and antibiotics. If you have pimples or acne cysts in addition to your blackheads, this type of medication may be particularly helpful. Manual removal Dermatologists or specially trained skin care professionals use a special instrument called a round loop extractor to remove the plug causing the blackhead. After a small opening is made in the plug, the doctor applies pressure with the extractor to remove the clog. Microdermabrasion During microdermabrasion, a doctor or skin care professional uses a special instrument that contains a rough surface to sand the top layers of your skin. Sanding the skin removes clogs that cause blackheads. Chemical peels Chemical peels also remove clogs and get rid of the dead skins cells that contribute to blackheads. During a peel, a strong chemical solution is applied to the skin. Over time, the top layers of the skin peel off, revealing smoother skin underneath. Mild peels are available over the counter, while stronger peels are performed by dermatologists or other skincare professionals. Laser and light therapy Laser and light therapies use tiny beams of intense light to decrease oil production or kill bacteria. Both lasers and light beams reach below the surface of the skin to treat blackheads and acne without damaging the top layers of the skin.
Views: 1007 My Own Amazing Body
Dermalogics Bioactive Retinol RX Serum 2.5%
 
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A truly advanced serum with. Bioactive Retinol RX Serum 2.5% is a potent serum for acne and anti-aging. This serum laser-targets specific skin cells to ramp up DNA repair, and increase production of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid. It also targets oil glands to regulate oil production in acne-prone skin, and enhances clearance of skin discolorations.
Skin care routine- the basics
 
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https://www.instagram.com/drdavinlim/ Instagram- weekly skin care tips and product reviews Realself reviews – if you want to know more about me http://www.realself.com/find/Australi... Google + for up to date info. Posted daily.  https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/1139391... Vitamin A, B and C form the abc of skin care by dermatologists. These vitamins can treat skin conditions ranging from zits through to wrinkles. Vitamin A is also known as a retinoid and this commonly prescribed as retinol. Most useful for blackheads, whiteheads, acne, zits, anti-ageing, wrinkles and collagen production. Vitamin B or niacinamide is an anti-inflammatory and can be useful to treat acne as well as acne rosacea. Most recent studies have shown it can reduce skin can cancer. Vitamin C is called L ascorbic acid, and can reduce UV damage by the sun. It can also reduce unwanted facial pigmentation and is used as an active ingredient to treat melasma. Vitamin C can also stimulate collagen, decrease skin pores and pore sizing as well as reduce wrinkle. The ABC of skin care, presented in 7 minutes. For scientific articles on these vitamins I will upload the content shortly on my website www.lasersandlifts.com.au Thanks for watching, and remember to subscribe for the latest video and information on laser and aesthetic dermatology. One new video every Saturday morning, Brisbane Time. Dr Davin Lim, Lasers and Lifts. Brisbane. Australia.
Views: 135986 Dr Davin Lim
Anti-Aging RETIN A / Retinol BASICS! Does It Thin the Skin?
 
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Retin A (tretinoin) is one of the most studied and proven anti-aging topical wrinkle treatments. Vitamin A derived products like retin a, retinaldehyde and retinols are so important to increase cell turnover, stimulate collagen production, reduce wrinkles, fade skin discoloration & sun damage. It also improves the skin's tone, texture and elasticity. Retin A (retinoic acid) directly affects the skin cells to reduce the signs of aging. Retinaldehyde is similar but requires the body to do 1 conversion step to turn it into retinoic acid. Retinols require 2 conversion steps to turn it to retinoic acid. Retinaldehyde and retinol are over the counter and gentler on the skin (less redness and irritation than retin a). Vitamin A derived products build collagen in the dermis which thickens the skin making it plump and it also increases cell turnover on the top most layer of the skin, flaking off the dead skin cells which reveals the newer, plumper more youthful looking skin underneath. Some vitamin A derived over the counter products I love and use: RETINALDEHYDE: Avene ystheal http://go.magik.ly/ml/6rdw/ (walgreens) OR http://amzn.to/2xGjB1G (amazon) RETINOL: Neutrogena accelerated retinol sa: http://go.magik.ly/ml/6rdx/ (walgreens) OR http://amzn.to/2fqpyoJ (amazon) RETINOL: Vichy LiftActiv Retinol HA http://amzn.to/2x9eJ3B (amazon) OR http://go.magik.ly/ml/6pr3/ (walgreens) ================= MY Video on RETIN A, RETINALDEHYDE & RETINOLS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GjUlG7reeDY RETIN A WITHOUT THE IRRITATION: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQixfQZ-I9U RETIN A ALTERNATIVE FOR SENSITIVE SKIN: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jcgOByN_0Lc ================= My Camera:  http://amzn.to/2vl8mcu My Ring Light: http://amzn.to/2vQXMLD My Box Lights:  http://amzn.to/2hMKidK ========== SOME OF MY OTHER VIDEOS YOU MIGHT ENJOY: GET RID OF UNDER EYE BAGS & CIRCLES: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IKwSDa_9v5Y APPLICATION DEMO TO REMOVE EYE BAGS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uXLog6Rm-5k GET RID OF TURKEY NECK & JOWLS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8GgZfHwjnbA GET FULLER BIGGER LIPS WITHOUT FILLER OR MAKEUP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRND8Gq13Ts GET RID OF MOUTH WRINKLES: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8nbdI4bcpWs GROW HAIR FAST AND STOP HAIR LOSS & THINNING HAIR: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Joe3EbvomqI MY DERMATOLOGIST’S TOP 3 ANTI-AGING TIPS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CijShsDtxak RETIN A WITHOUT IRRITATION: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQixfQZ-I9U =========== Some of my FAVORITE skin care, hair care and makeup items I ALWAYS repurchase! -BEENIGMA: It helps build collagen, hydrate and is the ONLY cream that I mix with my Retin A so I have NO irritation! I mix a little beenigma with my retin a and a fade cream every night and then use beenigma alone in the morning under my makeup. https://secure.beenigmacream.com/order/?w=beenigmacream.com&flid=BNAYT&mecpv5=13744 for $40 OFF each jar and Free shipping! (Can change how often you get a jar sent by simply contacting their customer service—I purchase this for myself using the link they gave me) FADE CREAM: I use a 3% hydroquinone: http://amzn.to/2sEiTvs or a 2% hydroquinone: http://amzn.to/2sUiiKc for 4 months then I switch to a non-hydroquinone fade cream http://amzn.to/2sDRSrZ for 1 month and then back on my hydroquinone product. DERMAROLLER: 0.25 mm roller (can be used nightly): http://amzn.to/2sDAiEB 0.5 mm roller (I use it 1 x every 2 weeks): http://amzn.to/2u6NoP5 OR https://skindeva.com/product-category/accessories/ Use code: beautybyanne for 10% OFF entire order and FREE shipping within the U.S! I love the 0.25 mm and 0.5mm Derma rollers! MAKEUP/FOUNDATION: http://go.magik.ly/ml/4ylk/ I wear medium EYELINER (stays in place!): http://go.magik.ly/ml/5qjw/ I wear navy in upper waterline MASCARA (I use the waterproof): http://amzn.to/2tXjkFf PLUMPING BALMS: Filorga http://go.magik.ly/ml/5qjz/ and Soap & Glory http://amzn.to/2t2jmHv I use these after dermarolling my lips to help build collagen (they both have peptides) LANOLIN OINTMENT: http://amzn.to/2tWZnhC I put this on my lips every night and no more chapped lips! HAIR/DRY TEXTURE SPRAY: http://amzn.to/2t26HEc I use a little of this every time I style my hair to add texture HAIRSPRAY: http://amzn.to/2u6TTRQ I’m proud to be one of the TOP 5 MATURE BEAUTY VLOGGERS! http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/5-mature-beauty-vloggers-every-midlife-woman-needs-to-follow_us_55d4eb96e4b055a6dab2bf6d Thank you so much for watching! Please Subscribe! Xo Anne FTC disclosure: I do use some amazon and magic links and may earn a small percentage of sales through my links. Thanks to those who use my links, I appreciate it!
Views: 7874 Beauty By Anne-Marie
Jamieson ProVitamina A Retinol Renewal Night Cream 120mL (4.2 fl.oz.) | Review/Test
 
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Review about Jamieson ProVitamina A Retinol Renewal Night Cream 120mL (4.2 fl.oz.) Hello, this is LogiReview a generative user- content summary of real user experience, in one short video is the easiest way to give an insight. This video composition will look at the structure that should be used when giving a presentation. When the customer published their review, We use them to generate computer audio voice track and put both together. The production of the video with this *advanced* generative methods that gives you the possibility to sit back and enjoy! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us: customerservicelogirev@gmail.com
TIGHTEN SKIN with Essential Oils!
 
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My favorite skin tightening and anti-aging essential oils! Patchouli, Myrrh, Frankincense and Neroli oils. Great for new cell growth, elasticity, skin tone and anti-inflammatory. Helps crepey skin, neck and skin around eye area. Great for mature skin! My oils come pre-diluted with grapeseed oil. If you purchase non-diluted oils you should dilute them with a carrier oil before applying to the skin. These can be added directly to body lotion as well to tighten the skin on the body! ======== Oils I use: Now Frankincense: http://bit.ly/1pujSMJ Now Patchouli oil: http://bit.ly/1QGrfYm Now Neroli oil: http://bit.ly/1pukgLk Now Myrrh oil: http://bit.ly/1pukaTN =========== My Camera:  http://amzn.to/2vl8mcu My Ring Light: http://amzn.to/2vQXMLD My Box Lights:  http://amzn.to/2hMKidK Some of my FAVORITE skin care, hair care and makeup items I ALWAYS repurchase! -RETIN A (this is a prescription in the U.S.) -BEENIGMA: It helps build collagen, hydrate and is the ONLY cream that I mix with my Retin A so I have NO irritation! I mix a little beenigma with my retin a and a fade cream every night and then use beenigma alone in the morning under my makeup. https://secure.beenigmacream.com/order/?w=beenigmacream.com&flid=BNAYT&mecpv5=13744 for $40 OFF each jar and Free shipping! (Can change how often you get a jar sent by simply contacting their customer service—I purchase this for myself using the link they gave me) FADE CREAM: I use a 3% hydroquinone: http://amzn.to/2sEiTvs or a 2% hydroquinone: http://amzn.to/2sUiiKc for 4 months then I switch to a non-hydroquinone fade cream http://amzn.to/2sDRSrZ for 1 month and then back on my hydroquinone product. DERMAROLLER: 0.25 mm roller (can be used nightly): http://amzn.to/2sDAiEB 0.5 mm roller (I use it 1 x every 2 weeks): http://amzn.to/2u6NoP5 OR https://skindeva.com/product-category/accessories/ Use code: beautybyanne for 10% OFF entire order and FREE shipping within the U.S! I love the 0.25 mm and 0.5mm Derma rollers! MAKEUP/FOUNDATION: http://go.magik.ly/ml/4ylk/ I wear medium EYELINER (stays in place!): http://go.magik.ly/ml/5qjw/ I wear navy in upper waterline MASCARA (I use the waterproof): http://amzn.to/2tXjkFf PLUMPING BALMS: Filorga http://go.magik.ly/ml/5qjz/ and Soap & Glory http://amzn.to/2t2jmHv I use these after dermarolling my lips to help build collagen (they both have peptides) LANOLIN OINTMENT: http://amzn.to/2tWZnhC I put this on my lips every night and no more chapped lips! HAIR/DRY TEXTURE SPRAY: http://amzn.to/2t26HEc I use a little of this every time I style my hair to add texture HAIRSPRAY: http://amzn.to/2u6TTRQ ========== My instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beautybyanne.marie/ My video on mixing my essential oils: https://youtu.be/E8qKnHJdmPg Please Subscribe! Thanks for Watching! xo Anne FTC disclosure: I do use amazon and magic links (I may earn a very small percentage of sales through my links) Thank you to all who use my links, I appreciate it!
Views: 113846 Beauty By Anne-Marie
Skincare Routine 2017: How I Treated My Breakouts, Dermatitis and Redness | Melissa Alatorre
 
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Hey guys! My skin has gone through a MAJOR transformation over the past 2-3 months. If you watch my previous videos from this past year, you can see that my skin was constantly broken out, super red around the nose, mouth and chin area and also very dry. I have completely changed my skincare regimen to one that caters to a sensitive skin type. Hope this video helps those of you out there also suffering from similar skin issues! Love, Melissa FOLLOW ME⇣ INSTAGRAM -------------------- @ALATORREEE SNAPCHAT --------------------- ALATORRESNAPS TWITTER ----------------------- @ALATORRETWEETS PINTEREST --------------------- @ALATORREPINS WEBSITE/BLOG ----------------- WWW.MELISSA-ALATORRE.COM BUSINESS INQUIRIES ONLY⇣ melissa.alatorremua@gmail.com --------------- MY SKINCARE ROUTINE⇣ SIMPLE CLEANSING OIL http://amzn.to/2kXLI5S RAW UNREFINED SHEA BUTTER http://amzn.to/2kxAfcB DRUNK ELEPHANT PEKEE BAR http://seph.me/2k6DW84 DRUNK ELEPHANT JUJU BAR http://seph.me/2k6Y1v9 DRUNK ELEPHANT TLC FRAMBOOS GLYCOLIC NIGHT SERUM http://seph.me/2knou69 DRUNK ELEPHANT C FIRMA DAY SERUM http://seph.me/2jDdXXm DRUNK ELEPHANT LALA RETRO WHIPPED CREAM http://seph.me/2kXOyaW DRUNK ELEPHANT VIRGIN MARULA LUXURY FACIAL OIL http://seph.me/2l2reov ACNEFREE CLEANSER http://amzn.to/2l2H4j7 SUPERGOOP CITY SCREEN SERUM SPF 30 http://seph.me/2kXKg3t KORRES WILD ROSE OIL http://seph.me/2kn4Mrd KORRES TARGETED TONE CORRECTOR FOR NECK AND DECOLOTE AVENE TOLERENCE EXTREM CREAM http://bit.ly/2h4yOkd AVENE TOLERENCE EXTREM MASK http://bit.ly/2knmGu5 AVENE THERMAL WATER http://bit.ly/2kXOY1m BOSCIA LUMINIZING BLACK MASK http://seph.me/2l2G2U2 PRESCRIOTION TREATMENTS RETIN-A CLINDAMYCIN ----------------- VIDEO PRODUCTION⇣ Filmed by me {Melissa Alatorre} on a Sony a7r Edited by me {Melissa Alatorre} using Final Cut Pro X ----------------- FTC: THIS VIDEO IS NOT SPONSORED
Views: 384821 Melissa Alatorre
Revitalize Dry Skin with Geneva Naturals Anti Aging Retinol Cream
 
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https://www.genevanaturals.com/products/advanced-retinol-cream Our Professional Swiss Formula Anti-Aging Retinol Cream features Retinol and Edelweiss, a special anti-aging plant that grows in the Swiss Alps. Combined with Hyaluronic Acid, Coconut Oil, Moringa Oil & Vitamin E, this night cream is specifically formulated to restore firmness and reduce the appearance of fine lines and deep wrinkles. Retinol functions as an antioxidant that can interrupt the free-radical damage process that causes wrinkling and other signs of aging. Moreover, it has been shown to increase collagen production, help fade discolorations from sun damage, and there is emerging research pointing to its potential for building elastin. We are proudly: • Paraben-free • Sulfate-free • Phthalate-free • Cruelty free Ingredients: Aqua (Deionized Water), C12-15 Alkyl Benzoate, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut Oil), Glycerin, Butylene Glycol, Carbomer, Polysorbate 20, Palmitoyl Oligopeptide, Palmitoyl Tetrapeptide-7, Cetearyl Alcohol, Cetearyl Glucoside, Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Ethoxydiglycol, Isostearyl Palmitate, Hyaluronic Acid, Isopropyl Myristate, Acetyl Hexapeptide-8, Mangifera Indica (Mango) Seed Butter, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate (Vitamin C), Hydrolyzed Collagen, Algae Extract, Fucus Vesiculosus (Seaweed) Extract, Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea) Leaf Extract, Punica Granatum (Pomegranate) Extract, Leontopodium Alpinum (Edelweiss) Stem Cell Extract, Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E), Retinol (Vitamin A), Retinyl Palmitate (Vitamin A), Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5), Saccharide Isomerate, Sodium Hydroxide, Acrylates/C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer, Moringa Oleifera (Moringa Oil), Lavadula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Acrylates/C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer, Sodium PCA, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin.
Views: 192 Geneva Naturals
Huge yellow clogged pores removal with clip curved tweezers. Blackheads Removal.
 
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Huge yellow clogged pores removal with clip curved tweezers. Blackheads Removal How to remove blackheads with tweezers Remove blackheads with tweezers is very very satisfying. How do you must to do to remove blackheades with tweecers? 1) You must clean the area where blakheads are, for example nose, with soap. 2) You must clean with hot water and soap the tweecers to. 3) Push gentle blackheads like in the video. 4) Enjoy it...hehehehe. What are blackheads? Blackheads are small bumps that appear on your skin due to clogged hair follicles. These bumps are called blackheads because the surface looks dark or black. Blackheads are a mild type of acne that usually form on the face, but they can also appear on the following body parts: back chest neck arms shoulders Acne affects nearly 50 million Americans and is the most common skin disorder in the United States, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. Blackheads form when a clog or plug develops in the opening of hair follicles in your skin. Each follicle contains one hair and a sebaceous gland that produces oil. This oil, called sebum, helps keep your skin soft. Dead skin cells and oils collect in the opening to the skin follicle, producing a bump called a comedo. If the skin over the bump stays closed, the bump is called a whitehead. When the skin over the bump opens, exposure to the air causes it to look black and a blackhead forms. Some factors can increase your chances of developing acne and blackheads, including: producing too much body oil the buildup of the Propionibacterium acnes bacteria on the skin irritation of the hair follicles when dead skins cells don’t shed on a regular basis undergoing hormonal changes that cause an increase in oil production during the teen years, during menstruation, or while taking birth control pills taking certain drugs, such as corticosteroids, lithium, or androgens Some people believe that what you eat or drink can affect acne. Dairy products and foods that increase blood sugar levels, such as carbohydrates, may play a part in triggering acne, but researchers aren’t convinced that there’s a strong connection. How are blackheads treated? Over-the-counter (OTC) treatments Many acne medications are available at drug and grocery stores without a prescription. These medications are available in cream, gel, and pad form and are put directly on your skin. The drugs contain ingredients such as salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide, and resorcinol. They work by killing bacteria, drying excess oil, and forcing the skin to shed dead skin cells. Prescription medications If OTC treatment doesn’t improve your acne, your doctor may suggest that you use stronger prescription medications. Medications that contain vitamin A keep plugs from forming in the hair follicles and promote more rapid turnover of skin cells. These medications are applied directly to your skin and can include tretinoin, tazarotene, or adapalene. Your doctor may also prescribe another type of topical medication that contains benzoyl peroxide and antibiotics. If you have pimples or acne cysts in addition to your blackheads, this type of medication may be particularly helpful. Manual removal Dermatologists or specially trained skin care professionals use a special instrument called a round loop extractor to remove the plug causing the blackhead. After a small opening is made in the plug, the doctor applies pressure with the extractor to remove the clog. Microdermabrasion During microdermabrasion, a doctor or skin care professional uses a special instrument that contains a rough surface to sand the top layers of your skin. Sanding the skin removes clogs that cause blackheads. Chemical peels Chemical peels also remove clogs and get rid of the dead skins cells that contribute to blackheads. During a peel, a strong chemical solution is applied to the skin. Over time, the top layers of the skin peel off, revealing smoother skin underneath. Mild peels are available over the counter, while stronger peels are performed by dermatologists or other skincare professionals. Laser and light therapy Laser and light therapies use tiny beams of intense light to decrease oil production or kill bacteria. Both lasers and light beams reach below the surface of the skin to treat blackheads and acne without damaging the top layers of the skin.
Views: 233534 My Own Amazing Body
Accutane- 5 tips by Dermatologists
 
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http://www.fioriinstitute.com For tips on having acne free skin Accutane – 5 Tips by Dermatologists Accutane or Roaccutane is a tablet is also known as isotretinoin and is a form of vitamin A. It has been the mainstay for the management of severe acne or scarring acne in Australia, Europe, US and Asia for the past 30 years. Accutane works by targeting the oil glands, and reducing oil production. In lower does it can help remodel dermal collagen and reduce scar formation- including acne scars, Accutane can also reduce blackheads, whiteheads, zits, cysts and pimples. Should I go on Accutane for my acne? Roaccutane should only be used if your acne is severe, cystic or scarring. An off label indication of Roaccutane is if your acne does not respond to normal acne medications. An assessment and discussion with a Dermatologist is needed to ascertain if you are suitable for this medication, as there are numerous side-effects associated with this drug. Accutane has a 99% success rate for the treatment of acne. An average person will need a course lasting between 7-10 months. Improvement is seen within a few weeks of starting this medication. In severe cases of acne, an early and transient ‘flare up’ maybe seen, however your Specialist will undertake steps to minimise this side-effect. What side effects can I expect on Accutane? The most common side effect is dryness of the lips and skin. Universally seen common and very easy to manage. Moisturise frequently and you will sail thru the course of treatment. Use a lip balm at least 3-5 times per day, and moisturise your skin at least twice a day. Some patients may get dry eyes on Roaccutane/ Accutane and using eye drops may help, especially if you wear contact lenses. Your Dermatologist will also order special blood tests throughout your treatment course, making sure your Liver and Cholesterol levels are in check. Female patients are warned in regards to the serious consequences in regards to birth defects whilst on Accutane. Other side effects that are less common including- Flare up of acne (usually early in the course of treatment) Headaches Abnormal period cycles Muscle aches and pains Ingrown toe and finger nails Abdominal symptoms Mood changes and depression How long is a course of Roaccutane treatment? The course of Roaccutane/ Oratane is variable and will depend on many factors including the type of acne, your body weight, the location of your acne and the side effects you may experience on this tablet. As a guide- Average length of treatment 6-9 months Severe acne involving bacne acne, trunkal acne 10-12 months Low dose Roaccutane / Oratane program 14-20 months Your Dermatologist will decide as to what is the optimal course of Roaccutane/ Accutane treatment based upon your acne type and your lifestyle. Will a course of Accutane treat my acne scars? That is a difficult question to answer, as results are variable. Accutane is not designed as a treatment for acne scars, but a treatment to treat and cure acne. Treating active acne forms the foundation for acne scar treatment. In regards to Accutane and acne scars the following facts apply- Some patients can receive mild improvement of acne scars on this drug. Low dose Accutane has been shown to remodel scars and increase collagen production. Roaccutane/ Accutane patients are not candidates for laser scar revision during the course of Roaccutane, and a wash out period of 3-6 months will be needed. We now have a method of treating acne patients on Roaccutane with a non- laser method of scar revision called RF or RadioFrequency. This treatment has proven to be safe and effective in the majority of patients, however careful monitoring is needed. This forms the basis of the Acne Free RF Program, which was designed by Dr Davin Lim. What skin care should I use whilst on Accutane/ Roaccutane Treatment? Looking after your skin whist on Roaccutane/ Oratane/ Accutane is vitally important and can markedly reduce the side effects of this medication. Keep your acne skin care regime simple, and moisturise frequently! Clean your skin twice a day with a low irritant cleanser- I recommend Cetaphil, QV Wash or Neutrogena Gentle wash. Moisturise your skin twice a day- I recommend Cetaphil moisturiser. Moisturise your lips 4-6 times a day, most importantly just before bedtime as this will reduce severity of ‘dry lips on roaccutane’. Using a high factor SPF sunscreen twice a day can reduce the incidence of sunburn on this medication. I recommend La Roche Posay. Thanks for watching this short video on Accutane, and remember to stay safe. Lasers and Lifts http://www.lasersandlifts.com.au Realself reviews: http://www.realself.com/find/Australi... Google + for up to date info. Posted daily. https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/1139391... Thanks for watching, and remember to subscribe! Dr Davin Lim Laser and aesthetic dermatologist BRISBANE, Australia.
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Cacay Oil Benefits │Face Lift without Surgery │ Clear, Smooth, Plump Skin │Collagen Stimulation
 
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Cacay Oil has anti-aging properties that helps the skin and hair in so many ways. It contains anti-oxidents, a super high amount of Vitamin E, Vitamin A, oil), vitamin F, and the essential fatty acids that our skin needs. Here I share with you 10 Benefits of Cacay Oil along with a review of the one I use. Of all the oils I use, honestly, this is my FAVORITE. I have never seen an oil give me such amazing results on my face overnight. I couldn't believe how soft and plump my skin looked the next morning. I have super sensitive skin, and eczema. But this never irritated my skin, caused me to breakout or gave me rashes. It's gentle, absorbs so fast, hydrates and moisturizes like a dream, and there is no smell. I also saw that it shrinks my pores which is amazing to see something give results so fast. Cacay Naturals Oil: http://amzn.to/1j02dcd Benefits: 1. Protects skin by repairing Hydrolipidic Layer 2. Improves elasticity and firmness of the skin, and prevents/treats wrinkles 3. Provides hydration - keeping skin plump, moisturized and youthful. 4. Fights Acne, great for all skin types - oily, combination, dry, sensitive, acne prone, etc. 5. Stimulates collagen production naturally 6. Promotes silky, smoother, longer hair 7. Improves skin texture, helps to shrink pores 8. Helps reduce the appearance of scars 9.Adds volume to hair 10. It has a facelift type of effect on the skin My Previous Videos: 5 Bollywood Beauty Secrets: https://youtu.be/wU-8e9CE3c8 DIY Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate at Home: https://youtu.be/QW9DoeLe1GU Earn Cash Back for Shopping Online!! https://youtu.be/EoewtrDokdE 6 Benefits of Almond Oil: https://youtu.be/YN-pZnrZKao 6 Benefits Of Coconut Oil: https://youtu.be/ATKnWQJBkUM 10 Reasons to Drink Lemon Water: https://youtu.be/qgcoOV01Fq4 10 Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar: https://youtu.be/5MCS7QtI50I 10 Benefits of Witch Hazel: https://youtu.be/w1HRfTPPn9k https://youtu.be/EUG-jWo2ITg Disabled Students of Fiji Islands – We hand out gifts: https://youtu.be/q-GAoWvT9oM Thank you to Cacay Naturals for sponsoring this video! Sometimes I’m fortunate enough to have the opportunity to try out products that were sent to me for consideration, but no matter what, all thoughts and opinions expressed in my videos are my own! I only talk about products I truly love and think you guys would love too :) Some links above are affiliate links. ✉ ATTENTION BRANDS/COMPANIES ✉ If you are a company interested in collaborating with me free to email iloveseethal@gmail.com
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RETIN "A" cream proven to reduce wrinkles PLUS product recommendation
 
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Retin A proven to reduce wrinkles and how to use it correctly to help DE-AGING the skin Tretinoin has proven itself to reduce, reverse, and prevent wrinkles. (The younger a person starts using it, meaning in their teens and twenties, the more benefits they receive, but it’s never too late to start using it!) Tretinoin helps lighten and prevent age spots. Tretinoin builds collagen to thicken and increase the structural strength of treated skin. MY FRIENDS, I NEED TO EMPHAZYSE, ANTIOXIDANTS SUCH AS VITAMIN C, SHOUD BE USED ON THE DAYS THAT YOU ARE NOT USING RETIN A.. DO NOT MIX RETIN A AND VITAMIN C .. Tretinoin helps to decrease a person’s risk of developing skin cancer. (This should be reason enough!) Skin just looks better and younger when people use Tretinoin. Tips for Getting the Most out of Tretinoin Retin-A Tretinoin is clearly a powerful skin care treatment, but there are tricks for using it to get the greatest benefits. Here’s what I tell my patients: *Always apply it to your skin at bedtime. Never use it during the day. *Never layer tretinoin with benzoyl peroxide and ideally don’t apply it when you also have acid products on your skin like vitamin C, glycolic acid or salicylic acid. *Always wait at least 20 or more minutes after cleansing and applying any other skin care products to your skin before you apply Tretinoin. IMPORTANT !! I FORGOT TO MENTION THIS IN MY VIDEO Tretinoin-treated skin is very exfoliated and should not be waxed for hair removal. Any doctor or skin care specialist performing a procedure such as a chemical peel, microdermabrasion, laser or light treatments, etc., needs to know if you are on Tretinoin. Because it could interfere with your other treatments, they may ask you to stop it for a period of time before and after your procedure. PRODUCT RECOMMENDATION *Speed Plump Miracle Moisture Mousse Facial Cream www.soapandglory.com or Target stores *Dr. Irena Eris, Firming Facial cream 55+ https://www.lovelyskin.com/o/dr-irena-eris-fortessimo-maxima-stimulating-firming-cream * Moisture Surge Facial Cream by CLINIQUE sold at the department stores *LANCOME Overnight Recovery Sleeping Mask sold at the department stores *Watermelon Sleeping Mask By Glow Recipe https://www.glowrecipe.com/pages/glow-recipe-watermelon-glow-sleeping-mask *Collagen Vitamin C Moisturizing Mask by Azure Cosmetics *Retin"A" Cream 0.1% sold only with Prescription DIFFERIN Gel 0.1% Retinoid sold at the pharmacies ..no prescription required For DONATIONS to help the HOMELESS: Go to my paypal account - link below: https://www.paypal.com My paypal account is under Maria Clarisa Patterson / Email collagenebiolagen22@gmail.com INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING DOES NOT APPLY, but you are welcome to donate if you wish.. BELOW ARE VIDEO LINKS THAT WILL HELP TO ACHIEVE A FIRMER- TIGHTER. LINK for Stem Cell Video: Stem cell facial: Efficacy in preventing skin aging https://youtu.be/IZKgEj2wZ24 The LIFTER Technique to elevate CHIN & JAW Area- LINK https://youtu.be/J9KqYkLGEYA ULTIMATE Isometric Facial workout technique to FIRM UP forehead, cheeks and jaw LINK https://youtu.be/-nKtoQYUBtM Topical Vitamin C for Aging Skin/with BIOPSY evidence of formation of NEW COLLAGEN / link: https://youtu.be/p2yl6xSip3o The art of Layering skin care to BOOST COLLAGEN PRODUCTION Video LINK https://youtu.be/sulMHAv11mY The Link for Stem Cells Video: https://youtu.be/IZKgEj2wZ24 FRIENDS VISIT MY BLOG/ LINK BELOW http://www.collagenebiollagen.antiagingclarisa.com/ FOR INFORMATION ABOUT SKIN CARE PRODUCTS, Please write to: collagenebiollagen22@gmail.com Please visit my social medias http://www.twitter.com http://www.facebook.com/BiollagenC http://www.about.me/clarisayouth DISCLAIMER: This video is not intended to provide diagnosis, treatment or medical advice. Content provided on this Youtube channel is for informational purposes only. Please consult with a physician or other healthcare professional regarding any medical or health related diagnosis or treatment options. Information on this Youtube channel should not be considered as a substitute for advice from Medical Practitioners . The statements made about skin care products, nutritional products, facial techniques, facial recipes and other information throughout this video are not to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.
5 SIMPLE SKIN CARE HACKS- To Increase Product Potency
 
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https://www.instagram.com/drdavinlim/ Instagram- more on skin care tips and product reviews https://www.fioriinstitute.com Brisbane's leading medical spa institute - Fiori, Skin and Body Realself reviews – if you want to know more about me http://www.realself.com/find/Australi... Google + for up to date info. Posted daily.  https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/1139391... 5 SIMPLE SKIN CARE HACKS- To Increase Product Power After my laser procedures I guide patients how to maximize their gains with active skin care, hence these educational videos. Skin is as unique as you are- so there is not standard active skin care range or skin care routine that I endorse nor prescribe. My laser team will discuss with you what and when to start skin care actives. If you are after an anti-ageing skin care program I normally would perform either Fractional Co2 and Fraxel or an erbium modulated CO2 laser, followed by the ABCs of skin care. Timing is extremely important to reduce skin irritation following laser procedures. I normally start off with a retinoid, such as Retinol 1.0 then graduate to prescription retinoid acid, before adding B and C products. SPF of choice is a physical sunscreen to reduce irritation following a laser procedure. If I am treating your for acne scarring, the use of Vitamin A and SPF is beneficial for both better outcomes and recovery- this includes treatments with RF, microneedling, fractional lasers and even TCA peels. There are small uncontrolled studies to suggest topical vitamin A can enhance scar revision- and besides, topical vitamin A can unclog pores, decrease oil production and reduce acne. If I am treating melasma and other forms of pigmentation, this video is super important. This can teach you to maximize your HQ use, vitamin A and Meladerm, or Melarase usage. My laser of choice is usually the Pico or Nano Revlite- C6 or the Clear and Brilliant Fraxel laser. For patients with rosacea and sensitive skin, this video is also useful, however you must slowly titrate the methods I have shown you. Your skin is extra sensitive and there is a fine line with Vitamin B and to a limited extent vitamin A and C. For acne prone skin, the use of AHAs combined with vitamin A creams, retinol, and retinoic acid can give a helping hand to reduce acne, zits, pimples, blackheads and whiteheads. Thanks for watching this video on 5 skin care hacks to make your actives work harder for you. All videos are unsponsored and I tell it like it is. Subscribe and turn your notification on as I produce one new educational video every Saturday morning, Brisbane Australia time. Dr Davin Lim, Laser and aesthetic dermatologist. Brisbane. Australia.
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NIACINAMIDE Cream! For DRY skin,ACNE, brown spots, and COLLAGEN production! Product recommendations!
 
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As I serach for the best ingredients to fight my melasma AND my aging skin I began to research Niacinamide....OH LORD!! This is a MUST for all of us!! If you are using retin-a you need niacinamide in your skincare routine!!!..if you have acne...niacinamide...dryness? oil? rosacea? hyperpigmentation? melasma? NIACINAMIDE!!! Channel mentioned: kathysbeautycarechats: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2DEGfJZhpTM Products mentioned: The Ordinary Skincare Cereve Moisturizer night https://www.target.com/p/cerave-174-facial-moisturizing-lotion-3-oz/-/A-13977966?ref=tgt_adv_XS000000&AFID=google_pla_df&CPNG=PLA_Health+Beauty+Shopping&adgroup=SC_Health+Beauty&LID=700000001170770pgs&network=g&device=c&location=9032951&gclid=CjwKCAiAm7LSBRBBEiwAvL1-L69oN1HUVTysECFxp2fIZyCfAzlJcBNiC1oQghkpAcvK_1vOF-t_lhoC3gMQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds Cereve SPF 30 https://www.target.com/p/cerave-facial-moisturizing-lotion-spf-30-3oz/-/A-14353569?lnk=rec|adaptpdpexsrch|related_prods_vv|adaptpdpexsrch|14353569|0 Elta MD https://www.dermstore.com/product_UV+Clear+BroadSpectrum+SPF+46_20567.htm?gclid=CjwKCAiAm7LSBRBBEiwAvL1-L7__guWg4twIbeRSWkPYIFIcd7g3H0UGp1p6RpZQFBIan1MC2zS4rhoCuscQAvD_BwE&scid=scplp20567&sc_intid=20567&utm_source=fro&utm_medium=paid_search&utm_term=skin+care&utm_campaign=500300 La Roche Posay http://www.ulta.com/toleriane-double-repair-moisturizer-spf-30?productId=xlsImpprod15681007&sku=2503390&cmpid=PS_Non!google!Product_Listing_Ads&cagpspn=pla&CATCI=aud-355360103502:pla-362726490657&CAAGID=28396999830&CAWELAID=330000200001104564&CATARGETID=330000200001245901&cadevice=c&gclid=CjwKCAiAm7LSBRBBEiwAvL1-L5Q6sfsR0uIynFxFcTAkPm_EF8MSghHOKrdxYBF3tVi-4Nex2Pb5iBoCYIAQAvD_BwE Paula's Choice Please subscribe if you're new and tap the bell to be notified of more of my hair, skin, and makeup videos! My current favorite Foundations and their shades: La Mer Soft fluid long wear in 13 Linen Zelens Youth Glow in Cream and Beige Sensai Celular Performance in CF 22 and 23 Revive Le Teint in color 1 Hourglass Vanish Stick in Ivory and Nude RCMA palette, specifically colors KO 2 and 3, and Shinto 2 The music in this Video is from NCS. The artist is IZECOLD feat. Molly Ann (Brooks remix) here is a link to the song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bzehQ60b3XI and PANDA by Itro https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fp6RC-_eXMM Let Go by the Dropouts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E4u2CnxAu-8 About me: My name is Penn and I am a Hairstylist and a Certified Advanced Aesthetician. I am an Extension Specialist and an Extension Educator. I LOVE everything to do with Hair, skin, anti-aging and products. This channel is dedicated to bringing you anything I can get my hands on to share with you! Beauty Junkies...UNITE! Join me! Hit subscribe and tap the bell and let's hang out! Say hello in the comments...I genuinely want to get to know you! Look for tutorials, makeup reviews, first impressions and educational videos. I want to share some of my day to day life as an Advanced Aesthetician and Educator! Hope you all have a wonderful, wonderful week!!
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DIY Collagen Building Facial Mask with Natural Retinol & Vitamin A | Anti-Aging | Heals Acne
 
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This nourishing DIY anti-aging facial mask will boost your skin’s collagen production naturally. It’s the perfect combination of fresh natural ingredients specifically chosen for their collagen building properties. This homemade facial mask penetrates deep into the second layer of skin called the dermis where collagen is produced. It’s loaded with antioxidants to fight free radicals that cause aging of the skin, as well as vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids, including natural retinol and Vitamin A and Vitamin C. These vital nutrients help stimulate collagen production and renew and regenerate your skin cells. This face mask recipe will help prevent and fight wrinkles, diminish fine lines, tighten, tone and lift sagging skin, shrink pores, fade dark spots, age spots, and hyperpigmentation, diminish under eye bags and puffiness, reduce inflammation, heal acne, and build collagen and elastin. Collagen is one of the most important nutrients in your body when it comes to anti-aging skin care. It gives your skin strength while elastin enables your skin to stretch and bounce back. Collagen helps keep your skin looking wrinkle free and youthful. It helps your body renew skin cells and softens and hydrates your skin, keeping it smooth and young looking. Collagen provides the necessary elasticity to prevent sagging skin. As you get older your collagen begins to diminish which causes fine lines and wrinkles to develop, but you can help your body maintain its collagen levels by making sure you consume foods rich in collagen and collagen producing nutrients, and by placing healthy and fresh collagen building foods on your skin. Fresh facial masks can provide wonderful additional nutritious benefits for care and health of your skin and should be part of your regular skincare regimen. Remember, your skin is a living, breathing organ and it absorbs many things in the environment. What you place on your skin will be absorbed into your bloodstream and be utilized throughout your body. So feed your skin as you would feed your body. I hope you find this video helpful. Please remember to give it thumbs up and share it! Please subscribe if you are new to my channel. Thank you for viewing. If you are new to my channel, my name is Linda, Welcome to YouTips4U! My channel is a lifestyle channel. It's about sharing helpful and natural beauty and life tips to enhance your Inner and Outer Beauty and your life. Please Subscribe for Weekly Tips on Skin Care and Anti-Aging, Exercise, Hair, Natural Remedies, Health, Fitness, Diet, Nails, Makeup, and so much more! Check out my playlists on my channel page for so many helpful and interesting topics. https://www.youtube.com/user/YouTips4U I want to motivate and inspire you to lead a better quality life and be the best you can be! Thank you😃 Products mentioned in this video: ****Please check out my Favorite Products Page on Amazon where you’ll find all my favorite products I recommend in one convenient spot: https://www.amazon.com/shop/youtips4u?ref=ac_inf_hm_vp Today’s Makeup Look: 1. Eye Shadow by Urban Decay Naked Palette: http://amzn.to/2ipTbbb 2. Clinique Blush New Clover: http://amzn.to/2AwYtvg Or at Ulta: http://go.magik.ly/ml/7kkv/ 3. Clinique Blended Face Powder Transparency 5 *worn as bronzer): http://amzn.to/2ye7Uf1 4. Lipstick: http://amzn.to/2jj1BBl More Helpful Videos by YouTips4U: DIY Anti-Aging Facial Mask | Fight Wrinkles | Tightens Sagging Skin | Shrinks Pores: https://youtu.be/gIFI-Yb9xfg?list=PL48CDC6E2E2D4D5E6 DIY Anti-Aging Rice Water Facial Toner | Smooths Wrinkles | Lightens & Tightens Skin | Shrinks Pores: https://youtu.be/czuJoPooSVM?list=PL48CDC6E2E2D4D5E6 The Fastest and Easiest Way To Increase Collagen Naturally: https://youtu.be/4n6FXJPc9lU?list=PL48CDC6E2E2D4D5E6 11 Superfoods That Fight Wrinkles and Build Collagen in the Skin: https://youtu.be/J-c0Ov9siDM?list=PL48CDC6E2E2D4D5E6 Skin care and anti-aging videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL48CDC6E2E2D4D5E6 Hair Care and Hair Growth Videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLoV67mdvkVn-yHeVHmqIK7rwBjvi5Vj6V Hairstyle Tutorials: https://youtu.be/vse8Gq47Fvg No-Heat Hairstyles Videos: https://youtu.be/bb2YIipK5nQ Women’s Self Confidence Videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLoV67mdvkVn9QrKX4SBfMjdM0FV8mdaL My blog for more helpful tips at: http://www.youtips4u.blogspot.com/ Please connect with me on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/YouTips4U Follow me on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/youtips4u_linda/ Please follow me on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/YouTips4U FTC: This is not a sponsored video. Some links may be affiliate links Disclaimer: The information contained on YouTips4U channel is provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any professional or medical advice. Always seek the advice of your physician before starting any new diet, exercise, or treatment.
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Anti-Aging RETIN A / Retinol ALTERNATIVE for SENSITIVE Skin! Rhamnose
 
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Rhamnose is a great anti-aging alternative for retin a, retinaldehyde or retinols for sensitive skin. Rhamnose is a naturally occuring deoxy sugar derived from plants. Rhamnose works very similar to retin a or retinols within the skin, but without the irritation! It penetrates deep into the dermis where it stimulates the fibroblasts making them more active which produces collagen. By increasing the production and regeneration of collagen and elastin the skin becomes plump, firm and more like youthful skin. This video is NOT sponsored. I thought it was important to get this information out to those who can't use retinoids due to irritation. Over the last year I've tried a few rhamnose products and my favorite is: VICHY LIFTACTIV SERUM 10 SEPREME: http://amzn.to/2w0oBcb (amazon -- on sale right now for $33.99) OR http://go.magik.ly/ml/6liz/ (ulta) OR http://go.magik.ly/ml/6lj5/ (walgreens) Other products in the VICHY LIFTACTIV LINE: http://amzn.to/2iXGo2r (amazon) OR http://go.magik.ly/ml/6lj2/ (ulta) OR http://go.magik.ly/ml/6lj8/ (walgreens) MY FIRST VIDEO ON RHAMNOSE (a year ago): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DTYMJ7TZPIw MY TOP (this is fitted and runs a little small, I ordered a size up to a medium): http://amzn.to/2gAhFMZ ========= My Camera:  http://amzn.to/2vl8mcu My Ring Light: http://amzn.to/2vQXMLD My Box Lights:  http://amzn.to/2hMKidK ========== Some of my FAVORITE skin care, hair care and makeup items I ALWAYS repurchase! -BEENIGMA: It helps build collagen, hydrate and is the ONLY cream that I mix with my Retin A so I have NO irritation! I mix a little beenigma with my retin a and a fade cream every night and then use beenigma alone in the morning under my makeup. https://secure.beenigmacream.com/order/?w=beenigmacream.com&flid=BNAYT&mecpv5=13744 for $40 OFF each jar and Free shipping! (Can change how often you get a jar sent by simply contacting their customer service—I purchase this for myself using the link they gave me) FADE CREAM: I use a 3% hydroquinone: http://amzn.to/2sEiTvs or a 2% hydroquinone: http://amzn.to/2sUiiKc for 4 months then I switch to a non-hydroquinone fade cream http://amzn.to/2sDRSrZ for 1 month and then back on my hydroquinone product. DERMAROLLER: 0.25 mm roller (can be used nightly): http://amzn.to/2sDAiEB 0.5 mm roller (I use it 1 x every 2 weeks): http://amzn.to/2u6NoP5 OR https://skindeva.com/product-category/accessories/ Use code: beautybyanne for 10% OFF entire order and FREE shipping within the U.S! I love the 0.25 mm and 0.5mm Derma rollers! MAKEUP/FOUNDATION: http://go.magik.ly/ml/4ylk/ I wear medium EYELINER (stays in place!): http://go.magik.ly/ml/5qjw/ I wear navy in upper waterline MASCARA (I use the waterproof): http://amzn.to/2tXjkFf PLUMPING BALMS: Filorga http://go.magik.ly/ml/5qjz/ and Soap & Glory http://amzn.to/2t2jmHv I use these after dermarolling my lips to help build collagen (they both have peptides) LANOLIN OINTMENT: http://amzn.to/2tWZnhC I put this on my lips every night and no more chapped lips! HAIR/DRY TEXTURE SPRAY: http://amzn.to/2t26HEc I use a little of this every time I style my hair to add texture HAIRSPRAY: http://amzn.to/2u6TTRQ ========= SOME OF MY OTHER VIDEOS YOU MIGHT ENJOY: GET RID OF UNDER EYE BAGS & CIRCLES: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IKwSDa_9v5Y APPLICATION TO REMOVE EYE BAGS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uXLog6Rm-5k GET RID OF TURKEY NECK & JOWLS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8GgZfHwjnbA GET FULLER BIGGER LIPS WITHOUT INJECTIONS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRND8Gq13Ts GET RID OF MOUTH WRINKLES: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8nbdI4bcpWs GROW HAIR FAST AND STOP HAIR LOSS & THINNING HAIR: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Joe3EbvomqI MY DERMATOLOGIST’S TOP 3 ANTI-AGING TIPS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CijShsDtxak RETIN A WITHOUT IRRITATION: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQixfQZ-I9U Thank you so much for watching! Please Subscribe! Xo Anne ============= I get asked often who I like to watch on youtube and some of my favorite beauty youtubers to watch are: HotandFlashy, Melissa55, Dominique Sachse, Kandee Johnson, Wayne Goss, Tati, Aly Art and Carli Bybel FTC disclosure: I do use some amazon and magic links and may earn a small percentage of sales through my links. Thanks to those who use my links, I appreciate it!
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How to Remove BLACKHEADS Easy - TUTORIAL Remove BLACKHEADS - Part 5
 
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How to Remove BLACKHEADS Easy - TUTORIAL Remove BLACKHEADS - Part 5 What are Blackheads? Blackheads are small bumps that appear on your skin due to clogged hair follicles. These bumps are called “blackheads” because the surface looks dark or black. Blackheads are a mild type of acne that usually form on the face, but they can also appear on the back, chest, neck, arms, and shoulders. Acne affects 40 to 50 million Americans and is the most common skin disorder in the United States, according to the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD). What Causes Blackheads? Blackheads form when a clog or plug develops in the opening of hair follicles in your skin. Each follicle contains one hair and a sebaceous gland that produces oil, called sebum, which helps keep your skin soft. Dead skin cells and oils collect in the opening to the skin follicle, producing a bump called a comedone. If the skin over the bump stays closed, the bump is called a whitehead. When the skin over the bump opens, exposure to the air causes it to look black and a blackhead forms. Some factors can increase your chances of developing acne and blackheads, including: producing too much body oil buildup of the p. acnes bacteria (propionibacterium acnes) on the skin irritation of the hair follicles when dead skins cells don’t shed on a regular basis undergoing hormonal changes that cause an increase in oil production during the teen years, during menstruation, or while taking birth control pills taking certain drugs, such as corticosteroids, lithium, or androgens Some people believe what you eat or drink can affect acne. Dairy products and foods such as carbohydrates that increase blood sugar levels may play a part in triggering acne, but researchers aren’t convinced that there is a strong connection. What Are Symptoms of Blackheads? Blackheads are easy to spot on the skin because of their dark color. They are slightly raised, although they are not painful because they are not inflamed like pimples. Pimples form when bacteria invade the blockage in the hair follicle, causing redness and inflammation. How Are Blackheads Treated? Over-the-Counter Treatments Many acne medications are available at drug and grocery stores without a prescription. These medications are available in cream, gel, and pad form and are put directly on your skin. The drugs contain ingredients such as salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide, and resorcinol. They work by killing bacteria, drying excess oil, and forcing the skin to shed dead skin cells. Prescription Medications If over-the-counter treatment doesn’t improve your acne, your doctor may suggest that you use stronger prescription medications. Medications that contain vitamin A, such as tretinoin, tazarotene, and adapalene keep plugs from forming in the hair follicles and promote more rapid turnover of skin cells. These medications are applied directly to your skin. Your doctor may also prescribe another type of topical medication that contains benzoyl peroxide and antibiotics. This type of medication may be particularly helpful if you have pimples or acne cysts in addition to blackheads. Manual Removal Dermatologists, who are doctors specializing in skin care, use a special instrument called a round loop extractor to remove the plug causing the blackhead. After a small opening is made in the plug, the doctor applies pressure with the extractor to remove the clog. Microdermabrasion During microdermabrasion, doctors use a special instrument that contains a rough surface to sand out the top layers of your skin. Sanding the skin removes clogs that cause blackheads. Chemical Peels Chemical peels also remove clogs and get rid of dead skins cells that contribute to blackheads. During a peel, a strong chemical solution is applied to the skin. Over time, the top layers of the skin peel off, revealing smoother skin underneath. Mild peels are available over-the-counter, while stronger peels are performed by dermatologists or other skincare professionals. Laser and Light Therapy Laser and light therapies use tiny beams of intense light to decrease oil production or kill bacteria. Both lasers and light beams reach below the surface of the skin to treat blackheads and acne without damaging the top layers of the skin. How Can Blackheads be Prevented? You can prevent blackheads without spending a lot of money by trying a few of the following ideas:
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BENEV Retinol Cream
 
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Diminishes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and helps improve skin tone. Skin Types: All; introduce gradually to sensitive skin types Key Ingredients: • Retinol (Vitamin A) • Squalane • Rosehip Seed Extract Key Benefits: • Retinol helps improve elasticity and skin tone, fade scarring, and diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles • Helps to improve acne skin and prevent future breakouts • Smooths rough, dry skin • Supports cell renewal and healthy collagen production www.BENEV.com
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How Does A Retinoid Work For Acne?
 
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Ultimate SKIN REJUVENATION in only one month
 
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The Amazing Skin Healing Benefits Of Rice Lately I’ve been telling my patients more and more about what Japanese ladies have known for centuries…the amazing skin healing benefits of rice! In fact, recent research has shown that using a rice starch-soak is effective in improving the dry skin lesions of eczema! That’s not all –Rice, rice bran oil, rice bran powder and rice water applied topically can really change the texture and clarity of your skin, smoothing it and brightening dark spots. In addition, adding whole rice bran to your diet can offer a rich source of Vitamin E and linoleic acids which benefit your skin and the rest of you! Let me share with you what I’ve been telling my patients about rice and their skin. How To Get the Skin Benefits of Rice Rice bran powder, rice water, and rice bran oil are staples in the beauty arsenals of Japanese women. They credit rice bran derivatives with keeping their faces wrinkle free and smooth. They are used both topically as a moisturizer and taken internally for its antioxidant properties. Rice bran oil. A rich source of linoleic acids, it also contains squalene a potent antioxidant also found in shark liver oil. It promotes the production of collagen in the skin – a substance that “knits” the skin together and keeps it from wrinkling. Squalene also confers some protection from sun damage as well. Rice bran oil also contains large amounts of Vitamin E and gamma oryznol, which confers heart health and reduces cholesterol. BENEFITS OF BANANA PEEL We’ve always heard the beauty benefits of bananas, but what about their peel? Actually, people in a lot of cultures around the world still eat the peel for its fiber, potassium, and other nutritional benefits. It seems a bit wasteful to simply discard so much of the fruit. But there are ways to reap the rewards without eating the peel, too. Here are some of the beauty benefits of the antioxidant, potassium-rich outer layers: Teeth Whitener – Cut off a piece of the peel and rub the inner part gently over your teeth for a few minutes, then rinse off. Repeat 1-2x daily for whiter looking teeth. Skin Brightener – The same way they whiten teeth, peels can brighten skin. You gently rub the inner peel over your skin then rinse off afterward. Wrinkle Reducer – Rub the inner portion of the peel over your target areas. Leave on for 30 minutes before rinsing. Some say they also leave on over night and rinse it off in the morning, letting the banana work its magic while they sleep. Acne Treatment – There’s been some success for treating blemishes and acne by rubbing the affected area (gently is key!) for a few minutes then rinsing, repeating three times daily. The antioxidants and nutrients in the peels help pesky breakouts. Moisturizer – Soften and hydrate dry skin with banana peels as you would to fight wrinkles and acne. Combat Puffy Eyes – While cucumbers are the popular way to fight tired, puffy eyes, banana peels can do the trick as well – just use them the same way, over your eyes, to give you a bright, freshened look. Please visit my social medias http://www.twitter.com http://www.facebook.com/BiollagenC http://www.about.me/clarisayouth For product information or business please contact collagenebiollagen22@gmail.com
Pull out big blackhead on chin close up.
 
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Pull out big blackhead on chin close up. How to remove blackheads with tweezers Remove blackheads with tweezers is very very satisfying. How do you must to do to remove blackheades with tweecers? 1) You must clean the area where blakheads are, for example nose, with soap. 2) You must clean with hot water and soap the tweecers to. 3) Push gentle blackheads like in the video. 4) Enjoy it...hehehehe. What are blackheads? Blackheads are small bumps that appear on your skin due to clogged hair follicles. These bumps are called blackheads because the surface looks dark or black. Blackheads are a mild type of acne that usually form on the face, but they can also appear on the following body parts: back chest neck arms shoulders Acne affects nearly 50 million Americans and is the most common skin disorder in the United States, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. Blackheads form when a clog or plug develops in the opening of hair follicles in your skin. Each follicle contains one hair and a sebaceous gland that produces oil. This oil, called sebum, helps keep your skin soft. Dead skin cells and oils collect in the opening to the skin follicle, producing a bump called a comedo. If the skin over the bump stays closed, the bump is called a whitehead. When the skin over the bump opens, exposure to the air causes it to look black and a blackhead forms. Some factors can increase your chances of developing acne and blackheads, including: producing too much body oil the buildup of the Propionibacterium acnes bacteria on the skin irritation of the hair follicles when dead skins cells don’t shed on a regular basis undergoing hormonal changes that cause an increase in oil production during the teen years, during menstruation, or while taking birth control pills taking certain drugs, such as corticosteroids, lithium, or androgens Some people believe that what you eat or drink can affect acne. Dairy products and foods that increase blood sugar levels, such as carbohydrates, may play a part in triggering acne, but researchers aren’t convinced that there’s a strong connection. How are blackheads treated? Over-the-counter (OTC) treatments Many acne medications are available at drug and grocery stores without a prescription. These medications are available in cream, gel, and pad form and are put directly on your skin. The drugs contain ingredients such as salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide, and resorcinol. They work by killing bacteria, drying excess oil, and forcing the skin to shed dead skin cells. Prescription medications If OTC treatment doesn’t improve your acne, your doctor may suggest that you use stronger prescription medications. Medications that contain vitamin A keep plugs from forming in the hair follicles and promote more rapid turnover of skin cells. These medications are applied directly to your skin and can include tretinoin, tazarotene, or adapalene. Your doctor may also prescribe another type of topical medication that contains benzoyl peroxide and antibiotics. If you have pimples or acne cysts in addition to your blackheads, this type of medication may be particularly helpful. Manual removal Dermatologists or specially trained skin care professionals use a special instrument called a round loop extractor to remove the plug causing the blackhead. After a small opening is made in the plug, the doctor applies pressure with the extractor to remove the clog. Microdermabrasion During microdermabrasion, a doctor or skin care professional uses a special instrument that contains a rough surface to sand the top layers of your skin. Sanding the skin removes clogs that cause blackheads. Chemical peels Chemical peels also remove clogs and get rid of the dead skins cells that contribute to blackheads. During a peel, a strong chemical solution is applied to the skin. Over time, the top layers of the skin peel off, revealing smoother skin underneath. Mild peels are available over the counter, while stronger peels are performed by dermatologists or other skincare professionals. Laser and light therapy Laser and light therapies use tiny beams of intense light to decrease oil production or kill bacteria. Both lasers and light beams reach below the surface of the skin to treat blackheads and acne without damaging the top layers of the skin.
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What Ordinary Advanced Retinol Serum actually does for your skin?
 
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This advanced serum: The #OrdinaryAdvancedRetinoidSerum does a lot for the skin. Georgia, our beauty advisor, explicitly explained in this video the functional properties of this amazing #serum. Retinoids are forms of Vitamin A that help : *boost #collagen production making your skin look firm *lighten age spots and #hyperpigmentation like dark spots, and even acne scar *improve skin lines and wrinkles *exfoliate dead skin cell
5 Secret Products to Skyrocket Your Derma Roller (Microneedling) Results for Winkles & Acne Scars
 
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Derma roller improves your skin drastically. Using these 5 new awesome skincare products quickly enhance your result by 150% with only 1 application. ( More Info - http://dermarollerinfo.com/derma-roll... ( Where to Buy - http://bit.ly/BUY-Derma-Roller-Now ) ~~ ( Click "SHOW MORE" for details) ======================================================================= Related Video Topics: How to Use Derma Roller Safety - 10 Easy Steps to Quickly Treat Wrinkles, Scars and Stretchmarks http://youtu.be/FI-uh5u2gZ4 Which Derma Roller Needle Size Should You Try & How often to Dermaroll http://youtu.be/RSx5P4x9zkI 6 Derma Roller Misconceptions You Must Know Before Buying http://youtu.be/1YC8S66i1Ew DO NOT Buy a Derma Roller Until You Know 6 Important Facts! http://youtu.be/wLFvO5Hqq9s Full Derma Roller Kit Review http://youtu.be/qDs_e6D2Dx4 Youyaner Microneedle Derma Roller - Official Site http://dermarollerinfo.com ======================================================================= Where to Buy on Amazon.com? Vitamin C Serum http://amzn.to/1D4J79H Hyaluronic Acid Serum http://amzn.to/1zuuYis Copper Peptide Serum http://amzn.to/1EGvwtQ Retin A http://amzn.to/1NzorO0 Alpha Lipoic Acid Facial Cream http://amzn.to/1xwumdW ======================================================================= There are several products that are proven to boost collagen production and skin renewal. This will improve wrinkles, acne scars and stretchmarks faster. There are 2 important points you MUST remember. Important Point #1 Please make sure your product is labeled as non comedogenic. This means the product does not clog pores Important Point #2 Never apply makeup or sunscreen immediately after a collagen induction therapy treatment because they will absorb deep into your skin through the mico punctures/micro channels created by the derma roller. These products are NOT meant for deep skin treatment. They can cause side effects. ======================================================================= . 5 Powerful Skin Care Products Product 1. Vitamin C Serum Topical vitamin C is 20 times more effective than oral intake.It is medically proven that topical vitamin c can induce collagen production, reduce sun damage and renew skin cells. Please look for 3 to 10% vitamin C in the form of L-ascorbic Acid, Ascorbyl Palmitate and Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate. The drawback of Vitamin C Serum is that some people reported mild skin irritation and stickiness. Product 2. Retin A or Retinol Retin-A or retinol greatly increases skin cell turnover and boosts collagen production. It is similar to a light chemical peel. It improves your complexion by increasing skin exfoliation and reducing blackheads and whiteheads. You will definitely enjoy smoother skin texture. Retin-A is most effective for treating hyper-pigmentation, shallow scars and fine lines. Side effects include redness, irritation, skin peeling and dryness which are common. Product 3. Copper Peptide Serum Copper Peptide was first used to speed up wound healing. It is clinically proven to fill in wrinkles and scars while diminishing oily skin appearance. It boosts collagen and elastin production as well as rejuvenating skin cells. It prevents premature aging by neutralizing free radicals and maintaining tremendous skin moisture. Copper peptide can cause irritation if overly used. Do not over use it. Product 4. Hyaluronic Acid Hyaluronic acid drastically increases hydration, improves elasticity, reverses free radical damage and protects you from UV radiation. Many people experienced an increase in skin moisture, plumpness, firmness and suppleness. Hyaluronic acid is for all skin type. Side effects are very rare with hyaluronic acid. Product 5. Alpha Lipoic Acid Alpha lipoic acid is a very potent antioxidant that reduces inflammation. Inflammation can damage skin cells that are responsible for producing collagen. For people who have sensitive skin and are prone to redness and Alpha lipoic acid is definitely a better choice because of its anti-inflammatory properties. It rejuvenates your skin by improving skin texture and decreasing fine lines or wrinkles. To treat rough skin texture, sun-damage, fine lines and deep wrinkles, look for a product with 1 to 4% alpha lipoic acid. Alpha lipoic acid is very safe and there very few reported side effects. P.S. I hope you enjoy these 5 dermaroller products will help you greatly and remember to click the "Like" Button to support this video! ==================================================================== Read Derma Roller on Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Collagen... Share this Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=912EI... Subscribe to My Channel http://www.youtube.com/c/JenBecht For More Info http://dermarollerinfo.com 5 Secret Products to Skyrocket Your Derma Roller (Microneedling) Result for Winkles & Acne Scars
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Dr. Meghan: The Differences Between Retinoids!
 
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An evidence-based approach to wellness: There are a ton of prescription and OTC retinoids out there, but is there really any difference between them? Yes! Prescription Retinoids -Retinoic acid (aka tretinoin) -Adapalene -Tazarotene OTC Retinoids: -Retinol -Retinaldehyde -Retinyl esters: retinyl palmitate/propionate/linoleate -Retinyl retinoate REFERENCES Please note that research is constantly changing. Every effort has been made to include the most current studies, however, since this publication there may be new research that was unable to be included in this video. Baumann L. Retinol, retinyl esters, and retinoic acid. In: Cosmeceuticals and cosmetic ingredients. 1st ed. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Education; 2015:306-310. Baumann L. Retinoids (Retinol). In: Cosmeceuticals and cosmetic ingredients. 1st ed. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Education; 2015:328-334. Bikowski JB. Mehcanisms of the comedolytic and anti-inflammatory properties of topical retinoids. J Drugs Dermatol. 2005;4:41. Graber E. Treatment of acne vulgaris. In: UpToDate, Post TW (Ed), UpToDate, Waltham, MA. Accessed March 01, 2016. Kim H, Koh J, Baek J, et al. Retinyl retinoate, a novel hybrid vitamin derivative, improves photoaged skin. A double-blind, randomized-controlled trial. Skin Res Technol.2011;17:380. Liu PT PT, Krutzik SR, Kim J, et al. Cutting edge: All-trans retinoic acid down-regulates TLR2 expression and function. J Immunol.2005;174:2467. Varani J, Nickoloff BJ, Dixit VM, et al. All-trans retinoic acid stimulates growth of adult human keratinocytes cultured in growth factor-deficient medium, inhibits production of thrombospondin and fibronectin, and reduces adhesion. J Invest Dermatol. 1989;93:449. Yan J, Xia Q, Cherng SH, et al. Photo-induced DNA damage and photocytotoxicity of retinyl palmitate and its photodecomposition products. Toxicol Ind Health. 2005;21:167.
This MIRACLE OIL FIRMS-Plumps-Stimulates Collagen & Deeply Hydrates Skin PLUS GIVEAWAY
 
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THE MIRACLE ANTI-AGING ELIXIR-FIRMS-PLUMPS-HYDRATES AND STIMULATES COLLAGEN 1. Cacay Oil Is One of The Best Natural Sources of Vitamin A Previously, we had considered Rose Hip Seed Oil to be the best natural source of vitamin A (at up to .0357% concentration). However Cacay oil leaves Rose Hip Seed oil in the dust with an incredible .1% or higher concentration of natural vitamin A – also known as tretinoin or all-trans retinoic acid – around three times as much of this skin nourishing vitamin as our former favorite. 2. Cacay Oil Is Loaded With Linoeic Acid The skin nourishing essential fatty acid which makes Argan Oil one of our favorites – linoeic acid – is also found in super high concentrations in Cacay oil. However, Cacay oil provides twice as much of this ultra healthy and much sought after fatty acid. Linoeic acid is a polyunsaturated omega-6 fatty acid and one of the primary components which make up the protective outer membrane of healthy skin cells. It is also an essential fatty acid, meaning that the human body cannot synthesize linoeic acid on its own, thus we must obtain it from dietary sources or absorption through the skin. 3. Cacay Oil Provides A Healthy Dose of Vitamin E Another vitamin well known for its skin healing and nourishing properties – vitamin E or alpha-tocopherol – is also found in abundance in Cacay oil. Again, Argan Oil had been our previous favorite for vitamin E content. However, Cacay oil boasts an extra 50% more of this ultra healthy nutrient which is known not only for its ability to nourish and heal skin, but also for its cancer-fighting antioxidant potential. It contains vitamin A (retinol - three times the amount found in rose hip oil), vitamin E (50% more than argan oil) and vitamin F (linoleic acid, an omega 6 essential fatty acid). It also has high levels of omega 3 and 6, all of which nourish, soften and repair damaged skin and hair. The high level of linoleic acid helps the oil quickly penetrate the skin, giving it a light and silky silicone-like and non-greasy feel. Benefits ⦁ For all skin types, including sensitive skin ⦁ Emollient properties, providing long-lasting hydration ⦁ Helps repair the hydrolipidic layer (acid mantle), protecting the skin against irritation and dehydration ⦁ Improves texture, firmness and elasticity of skin ⦁ Restores skin radiance ⦁ Smooths and improves the visible appearance of wrinkles Products mentioned in this video Cacay Facial Oil - Cacay Oil hair elixir www.amazon.com/cacaynaturals www.cacaynaturals.com MSM Powder by Doctor's Best company sold at the health Store Silica Solution By Jarrow Company Sold at he health store Please visit my social medias http://www.twitter.com http://www.facebook.com/BiollagenC http://www.about.me/clarisayouth For COLLAGENE BIOLLAGEN product information or business please contact collagenebiollagen22@gmail.com
SHOULD I USE RETIN-A IN MY 20's || SKIN CARE TIPS FOR IN YOUR 20'S
 
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HEY YALL, I HAVE BEEN TAKING CARE OF MY SKIN SINCE I WAS IN MY TWENTIES AND I AM NOW IN MY 40'S. I HAVE LEARNED A FEW THINGS ALONG THE WAY AND I WANTED TO SHARE THEM WITH YOU. AS WE AGE OUR SKIN LOSES COLLEGIAN AND COLLEGIAN Are WHAT HELPS KEEP OUR SKIN PLUMP AND FIRM. THERE ARE OUTSIDE FACTORS THAT AFFECT OUR COLLEGIAN PRODUCTION AS WELL, SUCH AS SUGAR TOO MUCH SUGAR CAN BREAK DOWN COLLEGIAN AND THE SUN ALSO BREAKS DOWN COLLIGAN. I GIVE YOU SOME TIPS ON HOW TO KEEP YOUR SKIN LOOKING ITS BEST FOR AS LONG AS WHEN CAN. AS ALWAYS TKS FOR WATCHING. PRODUCTS MENTIONED: PHILOSOPHY PURITY MADE SIMPLE CLINIQUE 3 STEP SKIN CARE DR. JART EVERY SUN DAY UV SUN FLUID ORIGINS GINZING SPF 40 ENTERGY BOOSTIN MOISTURIZER FIRST AID BEAUTY ULTRA REPAIR MOISTURIZER FRESH LOTUS YOUTH PRESERVE FACE CREAM WITH SUPER 7 COMPLEX PHILOSOPHY HELP ME IT COSMETICS BYE BYE UNDER EYE CREAM SEPHORA EYE CREAM NO LONGER AVAILABLE TARTE MARCUJA OIL LETS BE FRIENDS INSTAGRAM STACEYC1274 GOD IS WITH HER SHE CAN NOT FAIL
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The Ordinary Review • Skincare Under $10!!! • DECIEM Skincare
 
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🌴🌴🌴 JOIN THE PALM PALM FAM💘 http://bit.ly/subscribetoliah 야자수팸 조인하기! 구독하기 꾹 🌴🌴🌴 ------- C O N N E C T ------- KraveBeauty (My Skincare Brand) → https://kravebeauty.com/ Instagram → http://www.instagram.com/liahyoo Twitter → http://twitter.com/aboutliahyoo Snapchat → @aboutliahyoo Email → liahyoo@gmail.com Blog → http://www.liahyoo.com ------- P R O D U C T S ------- The Ordinary Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% 디 오디너리 나이아신아마이드 10% + 징크 1% http://fave.co/2mva8VL The Ordinary Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate 10% 디오디너리 마그네슘 아스코빌 포스페이트 10% http://fave.co/2mSWiaR The Ordinary Retinol 1% 디오디너리 레티놀 1% http://fave.co/2o1ftUD The Ordinary Azelaic Acid Suspension 10% 디오디너리 아젤라익 애씨드 서스펜션 10% http://fave.co/2o1fvvJ The Ordinary Lactic Acid 5% + HA 2% 디오디너리 랙틱애씨드 5% + 히아루론산 2% http://fave.co/2oc7npo The Ordinary "Buffet" 디오디너리 "뷔페" http://fave.co/2mac0zy The Ordinary Rose Hip Seed Oil 디오디너리 로즈힙 씨드 오일 http://fave.co/2muXCpa The Ordinary High-Spreadability Fluid Primer 디오디너리 하이 스프레더빌리티 플루이드 프라이머 http://fave.co/2o1oEnU ------- M O R E B I T E S ? ------- 01. What Is Acne and How To Treat Acne with Skincare Products ➥ https://youtu.be/MYmyfwFgsbc 02. How to get rid of acnes NATURALLY ➥ https://youtu.be/GmBlKvSfoXk 03. S.O.S Skincare Routine for Acne ➥ https://youtu.be/aeG7mdMsj0s 04. Foods to Avoid and Eat to get rid of Acne ➥ https://youtu.be/qpbZTkhlQyA 05. Skincare that worsens acne (Why Your Acne Routine Never Works) ➥ https://youtu.be/YT2aNZvsV3w 06. CLEAR ACNE WITH OIL! ➥ https://youtu.be/YbeXTdG7_9g 07. How To Get Rid of Acne Scars & Hyperpigmentation ➥ https://youtu.be/vbLIXG2d2Bg ------- M U S I C ------- JPB - Upside Down (ft. Ehiorobo) https://soundcloud.com/heroicrecordings/jpb-upside-down-ft-ehiorobo-1 Twitter - www.twitter.com/jpbofficial_ Youtube - www.youtube.com/c/JPBofficial Instagram - www.instagram.com/jpbofficial
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Skincare Oils and Free Fatty Acids: The Science | Lab Muffin Beauty Science
 
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Want smooth, glowing skin? Grab a free copy of the Essential Guide to Exfoliation! https://labmuffin.com/exfol ------------------------------------- Skincare oils contain different fatty acids like linoleic, oleic and lauric acid, right? Well... kind of, but not really! Skincare oils contain triglycerides, which are made FROM fatty acids, but the actual acids have been reacted away. But can the oils break down on your skin to produce the free fatty acids again? If so, then oleic-containing oils will disrupt your skin barrier, and lauric-containing oils will be more antibacterial than benzoyl peroxide! This question doesn't really have a definitive answer, but in this video I present the evidence that suggests that oils WON'T break down on your skin. Strap in for some serious skincare nerdery! ---WHAT THIS VIDEO COVERS--- * What is a fatty acid? What is a triglyceride? * When can oils break down to free fatty acids? * What do the studies tell us? * What oils CAN'T do for your skin * What oils CAN do for your skin The info in this video looks straightforward but required me to buckle down for two weeks and skimread 400+ papers (T⌓T) to try to make sure I didn't miss anything important - I went through the pain so you don't have to! More details in the blog post: https://wp.me/p5mgAw-2eV ---MY FAVOURITE SKINCARE OILS--- * Rosehip oil: http://amzn.to/2CvnZ1g - A linoleic-rich oil that's great for oily skin and has small amounts of tretinoin in it * Hempseed oil: http://amzn.to/2HpA6kh - Also linoleic-rich, great for oily skin * Sunflower oil: http://amzn.to/2ECOtnt - Comes in both linoleic- and oleic-rich versions, more oleic usually means better for dry skin. Very budget-friendly! ---RELATED POSTS--- * Why linoleic acid and rosehip oil might fix your skin: https://labmuffin.com/why-linoleic-acid-and-rosehip-oil-might-fix-your-skin/ * Are unsaturated oils bad for your skin? https://labmuffin.com/unsaturated-oils-bad-skin/ * Why coconut oil is the best hair oil (and how to use it): https://labmuffin.com/why-coconut-oil-is-the-best-hair-oil-and-how-to-use-it/ * Oils for oil cleansing: https://labmuffin.com/oils-for-oil-cleansing-review/ * Do oils make your face less oily? The myth of rebound oil: https://labmuffin.com/moisturising-make-skin-produce-less-oil/ ---SKINCARE GUIDE--- The Lab Muffin Guide to Basic Skincare is here! Find out more: https://labmuffin.com/skin ---FOLLOW--- Blog: https://labmuffin.com Instagram: https://instagram.com/labmuffinbeautyscience Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/labmuffin Twitter: https://twitter.com/labmuffin Background Music: Antti Luode
Jude Chao | What's the truth about Retin-A? Awesome anti-ager or harmful chemical?
 
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What's the truth about Retin-A? Awesome anti-ager or harmful chemical? Retin-A's anti-aging claims are supported by research. It increases collagen production and reduces fine lines, wrinkles, and dark spots. It is a powerful topical medication. It can cause side effects such as dryness and peeling. It should always be used under a doctor's supervision and never used without a prescription. Because it is photosensitizing, Retin-A must be used with daily sunscreen. Jude Chao Beauty Blogger Preventative and reparative anti-aging skincare, normal and dry skin, Korean and Taiwanese skincare products and methods, general skincare and beauty email: judec.sd@gmail.com website: http://www.fiftyshadesofsnail.com
Evening Skincare Routine 2018 | Melissa Alatorre
 
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FOLLOW ME⇣ INSTAGRAM -------------------- @ALATORREEE TWITTER ----------------------- @ALATORRETWEETS PINTEREST --------------------- @ALATORREPINS WEBSITE/BLOG ----------------- WWW.MELISSA-ALATORRE.COM BUSINESS INQUIRIES ONLY⇣ melissa.alatorremua@gmail.com --------------- FTC: THIS VIDEO IS NOT SPONSORED PRODUCTS USED⇣ Farmacy Green Clean PCA Skin BPO 5% Cleanser PanOxyl Cleanser (drugstore benzoyle peroxide cleanser) The Ordinary Hyaluaronic 5% + B5 Serum Retin- A 0.025% - recommended checking out Differin Gel over the counter Ole Henrikson Pore Balance Facial Sana Scrub ZO Skin Health Exfoliating Polish Glycolic 7% Toning Solution - for my arms KP Belif Peat Miracle Eye Cream Drunk Elephant LaLa Retro Whipped Cream Dr. Jart Cicapair moisturizer Summer Fridays Jet Lag Mask Drunk Elephant Marula Oil - also love Herbivore Phoenix oil and Lapis The Ordinary Cold-pressed rosehip oil --------------- DISCOUNT CODES⇣ NUDESTIX – 15% OFF “MELISSA” https://www.nudestix.com/discount/Melissa OFRA COSMETICS - 30% OFF “MEEKA” LUXIE BRUSHES - 20% OFF “melissa20” Sigma Beauty - 10% OFF “MEEKA” *I do earn a small commission off of the sales made from using these discount codes. Feel free to use them if you wish to support me and if not, no worries, my feelings will not be hurt (and neither will Meeka's) but do use them if you would like to save some dolla dolla bills yo! ----------------- VIDEO PRODUCTION⇣ Makeup tutorials – Sony a7r ii Vlogs – Canon G7x Mark II Edited in Final Cut Pro ----------------- Music by www.epidemicsound.com
Views: 36539 Melissa Alatorre
Retino A Cream Excellent For Dark Acne Spot Scars Treatment uses benefits side effect precaution
 
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Retino A Cream Excellent For Dark Acne Spot Scars Treatment uses benefits side effect precaution & Retino A Cream review Retino-A is the most commonly used Tretinoin cream in India. Tretinoin is an acid form of Vitamin A usually prescribed for acne vulgaris, acne scar treatment and sun-damaged skin. Both women and men can use Retino-A. Retino-A is available in 2 concentrations – 0.025% and 0.05% Tretinoin cream. The price of Retino-A 0.025% is Rs. 113 and Retino-A 0.05% is Rs. 108 for a 20 gm tube Retino-A is a prescription-only product in India, meaning it should be used only in consultation with a doctor. If your dermatologist has prescribed you Retino-A, this post will help you use it while keeping side-effects and skin-irritation to the minimum. Is Retino-A a good acne treatment cream? Retino-A is an excellent overall and spot treatment for cystic acne – those under the skin bumps that stay there for days together. A tiny amount of Retino-A on the spot suppresses a cyst, usually while it is still under the skin. That way you minimize chances of scarring from a popped pimple. Using too much Retino-A on a single spot can burn the skin in that area and cause a dark mark. Use a cotton bud (Q-tip) to scoop out a minuscule amount of Retino-A and dab it on the pimple. Does Retino-A work for pitted acne scars / pimple marks? Acne scars look depressed because of loss of collagen during healing of pimples. Tretinoin kind of “fills up” pitted acne scarring over time. This plumping action of tretinoin is not the temporary kind of plumping achieved from moisturizers. This plumping is because of increased collagen production under the skin, so the results last. It is also because of this reason that Tretinoin is a gold standard in removing wrinkles. For acne prone skin, Tretinoin / Retino A is a spot treatment, scar removal cream plus an anti-aging night-cream. It doesn’t get better than this. How to use Retino-A When it comes to prescription strength medications like Retino-A, it is best not to self-medicate. Your dermatologist will likely get your started on the lowest dose first. That is so that your skin can build up tolerance, slowly and safely. Retino-A can cause a burning sensation when you are just starting out. Wash face with a gentle cleanser. Our first choice is Cetaphil Cleansing Lotion. Wait for about 15-20 minutes after washing face. This will reduce the burning sensation a great deal. Use a very thin layer of Retino-A – half a pea-sized amount for the whole face. Avoid any cuts or open wounds. Do not use Retino-A around the eyes or on eyelids. Use a mild eye cream. Start with once every 3 nights. Then slowly increase to using it every night. It is okay to skip a couple days in between. Pat a gentle moisturizer on top if skin feels dry. Use a high-protection sunscreen during the day. Retino-A Side Effects & Precautions When using a Tretinoin cream, you may experience an “initial breakout” phase. Some people have reported a face full of pimples from this initial breakout. It doesn’t happen to everyone, and usually subsides in a couple weeks, but if it doesn’t, stop use and consult your dermatologist. Use Retino-A only at night. Never skip sunscreen during the day even if you use Retino-A only at night. Do not use any exfoliating cleansers, toners, moisturizers, whitening treatments, scrubs or peels. Retino-A makes skin extremely sensitive to basically everything, so using abrasive or exfoliating stuff alongside is skin suicide. Keep watching for signs of hypo pigmentation (lighter coloured skin patches). Stop use until hypo pigmentation fades. If you notice some swelling of the skin, it means you are either using too much Retino-A or too often. Stop use until the swelling subsides. Do not switch to a higher percentage of tretinoin before your skin can comfortably tolerate a lower strength. Retino-A is a prescription strength treatment. Read the accompanying leaflet carefully. Retino-A may cause excessive skin peeling. Use a gentle moisturizer to hide and heal the flaking. Use makeup that does not have any in-built acne treatments such as Salicylic Acid. Use Johnson’s Baby Oil or another gentle makeup remover to remove makeup. The biggest thing to remember while on Retino-A is to not use any harsh skin treatments. Ideally, your skin care routine should contain a gentle cleanser, Retino-A and a moisturizing sunscreen. Clearly, Retino-A is not for product junkies.
Views: 13251 Medicine Reviews
Very black blackheads removal #2
 
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How to remove blackheads with tweezers Remove blackheads with tweezers is very very satisfying. How do you must to do to remove blackheades with tweecers? 1) You must clean the area where blakheads are, for example nose, with soap. 2) You must clean with hot water and soap the tweecers to. 3) Push gentle blackheads like in the video. 4) Enjoy it...hehehehe. What are blackheads? Blackheads are small bumps that appear on your skin due to clogged hair follicles. These bumps are called blackheads because the surface looks dark or black. Blackheads are a mild type of acne that usually form on the face, but they can also appear on the following body parts: back chest neck arms shoulders Acne affects nearly 50 million Americans and is the most common skin disorder in the United States, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. Blackheads form when a clog or plug develops in the opening of hair follicles in your skin. Each follicle contains one hair and a sebaceous gland that produces oil. This oil, called sebum, helps keep your skin soft. Dead skin cells and oils collect in the opening to the skin follicle, producing a bump called a comedo. If the skin over the bump stays closed, the bump is called a whitehead. When the skin over the bump opens, exposure to the air causes it to look black and a blackhead forms. Some factors can increase your chances of developing acne and blackheads, including: producing too much body oil the buildup of the Propionibacterium acnes bacteria on the skin irritation of the hair follicles when dead skins cells don’t shed on a regular basis undergoing hormonal changes that cause an increase in oil production during the teen years, during menstruation, or while taking birth control pills taking certain drugs, such as corticosteroids, lithium, or androgens Some people believe that what you eat or drink can affect acne. Dairy products and foods that increase blood sugar levels, such as carbohydrates, may play a part in triggering acne, but researchers aren’t convinced that there’s a strong connection. How are blackheads treated? Over-the-counter (OTC) treatments Many acne medications are available at drug and grocery stores without a prescription. These medications are available in cream, gel, and pad form and are put directly on your skin. The drugs contain ingredients such as salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide, and resorcinol. They work by killing bacteria, drying excess oil, and forcing the skin to shed dead skin cells. Prescription medications If OTC treatment doesn’t improve your acne, your doctor may suggest that you use stronger prescription medications. Medications that contain vitamin A keep plugs from forming in the hair follicles and promote more rapid turnover of skin cells. These medications are applied directly to your skin and can include tretinoin, tazarotene, or adapalene. Your doctor may also prescribe another type of topical medication that contains benzoyl peroxide and antibiotics. If you have pimples or acne cysts in addition to your blackheads, this type of medication may be particularly helpful. Manual removal Dermatologists or specially trained skin care professionals use a special instrument called a round loop extractor to remove the plug causing the blackhead. After a small opening is made in the plug, the doctor applies pressure with the extractor to remove the clog. Microdermabrasion During microdermabrasion, a doctor or skin care professional uses a special instrument that contains a rough surface to sand the top layers of your skin. Sanding the skin removes clogs that cause blackheads. Chemical peels Chemical peels also remove clogs and get rid of the dead skins cells that contribute to blackheads. During a peel, a strong chemical solution is applied to the skin. Over time, the top layers of the skin peel off, revealing smoother skin underneath. Mild peels are available over the counter, while stronger peels are performed by dermatologists or other skincare professionals. Laser and light therapy Laser and light therapies use tiny beams of intense light to decrease oil production or kill bacteria. Both lasers and light beams reach below the surface of the skin to treat blackheads and acne without damaging the top layers of the skin.
Views: 13652 My Own Amazing Body
PM Skincare Routine • Oily, Acne Prone Skin • Thoughts on Skincare
 
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AM Skincare Routine for Oily, Acne prone skin → https://youtu.be/HaW7spBCgx0 🌴🌴🌴 JOIN THE PALM PALM FAM💘 http://bit.ly/subscribetoliah 야자수팸 조인하기! 구독하기 꾹 🌴🌴🌴 ------- C O N N E C T ------- Instagram → http://www.instagram.com/aboutliahyoo Twitter → http://twitter.com/aboutliahyoo Snapchat → @aboutliahyoo Email → liahyoo@gmail.com Blog → http://www.liahyoo.com ------- P R O D U C T S ------- 🌴 SKINCARE 🌴 GARNIER Clean Sensitive 2in1 Waterproof Make Up Remover 200 mL http://fave.co/2hIGytj Manyo Factory Pure Cleansing Oil http://fave.co/2p2mBOa L'Oreal Micellar Cleansing Water http://fave.co/2i13iB3 Glossier Milky Jelly Cleanser http://bff.glossier.com/egka9 (Get 20% off your first order using my referral link!) COSRX Low pH Good Morning Gel Cleanser http://bit.ly/2jBZeuC - Primera Miracle Seed Essence http://bit.ly/2iVHPJy Missha Time Revolution The First Treatment Essence Intensive http://bit.ly/2hcFhJl - The Ordinary Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% http://fave.co/2mva8VL The Ordinary "Buffet" http://fave.co/2mac0zy - Glossier Super Bounce http://bff.glossier.com/egka9 Drunk Elephant B-Hydra Intensive Hydration Gel http://fave.co/2omFg9b Nutiva Hemp Seed Oil http://bit.ly/2nn0SCs The Ordinary Rose Hip Seed Oil http://fave.co/2muXCpa - Primera Alpine Berry Watery Cream http://fave.co/2hK3uHl VPROVE Optumula Hyaluron Poten Balance Cream http://bit.ly/2oKAjbc - Lifeflo Pure Tamanu Oil http://bit.ly/2n2ORBc VPROVE Care Blemish Formula Dual Concealer http://fave.co/2o5cJVo - Kat Burki Dual Acid Peel (AHA Glycolic acid 10%, Hyaluronic Acid 5%) http://bit.ly/2jFQ54e Glossier Mega Greens Galaxy Pack http://bff.glossier.com/egka9 COSRX Ultimate Nourishing Rice Overnight Spa Mask http://bit.ly/2iVS8xs ------- M O R E B I T E S ? ------- 01. What Is Acne and How To Treat Acne with Skincare Products ➥ https://youtu.be/MYmyfwFgsbc 02. How to get rid of acnes NATURALLY ➥ https://youtu.be/GmBlKvSfoXk 03. S.O.S Skincare Routine for Acne ➥ https://youtu.be/aeG7mdMsj0s 04. Foods to Avoid and Eat to get rid of Acne ➥ https://youtu.be/qpbZTkhlQyA 05. Skincare that worsens acne (Why Your Acne Routine Never Works) ➥ https://youtu.be/YT2aNZvsV3w 06. CLEAR ACNE WITH OIL! ➥ https://youtu.be/YbeXTdG7_9g 07. How To Get Rid of Acne Scars & Hyperpigmentation ➥ https://youtu.be/vbLIXG2d2Bg 08. Easy Skincare Routine Guide for Acne Prone Skin ➥ https://youtu.be/ghbEeH10E4o 09. DECIEM The Ordinary Skincare Review https://youtu.be/ePp79a0L8OU ------- M U S I C ------- Palastic - Far Away (ft. Josh Roa) https://soundcloud.com/palastic/far-away-feat-josh-roa
Views: 438823 Liah Yoo
How to clean in depth clogged pores with clip curved tweezers.
 
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How to clean in depth clogged pores with clip curved tweezers. How to remove blackheads with tweezers Remove blackheads with tweezers is very very satisfying. How do you must to do to remove blackheades with tweecers? 1) You must clean the area where blakheads are, for example nose, with soap. 2) You must clean with hot water and soap the tweecers to. 3) Push gentle blackheads like in the video. 4) Enjoy it...hehehehe. What are blackheads? Blackheads are small bumps that appear on your skin due to clogged hair follicles. These bumps are called blackheads because the surface looks dark or black. Blackheads are a mild type of acne that usually form on the face, but they can also appear on the following body parts: back chest neck arms shoulders Acne affects nearly 50 million Americans and is the most common skin disorder in the United States, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. Blackheads form when a clog or plug develops in the opening of hair follicles in your skin. Each follicle contains one hair and a sebaceous gland that produces oil. This oil, called sebum, helps keep your skin soft. Dead skin cells and oils collect in the opening to the skin follicle, producing a bump called a comedo. If the skin over the bump stays closed, the bump is called a whitehead. When the skin over the bump opens, exposure to the air causes it to look black and a blackhead forms. Some factors can increase your chances of developing acne and blackheads, including: producing too much body oil the buildup of the Propionibacterium acnes bacteria on the skin irritation of the hair follicles when dead skins cells don’t shed on a regular basis undergoing hormonal changes that cause an increase in oil production during the teen years, during menstruation, or while taking birth control pills taking certain drugs, such as corticosteroids, lithium, or androgens Some people believe that what you eat or drink can affect acne. Dairy products and foods that increase blood sugar levels, such as carbohydrates, may play a part in triggering acne, but researchers aren’t convinced that there’s a strong connection. How are blackheads treated? Over-the-counter (OTC) treatments Many acne medications are available at drug and grocery stores without a prescription. These medications are available in cream, gel, and pad form and are put directly on your skin. The drugs contain ingredients such as salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide, and resorcinol. They work by killing bacteria, drying excess oil, and forcing the skin to shed dead skin cells. Prescription medications If OTC treatment doesn’t improve your acne, your doctor may suggest that you use stronger prescription medications. Medications that contain vitamin A keep plugs from forming in the hair follicles and promote more rapid turnover of skin cells. These medications are applied directly to your skin and can include tretinoin, tazarotene, or adapalene. Your doctor may also prescribe another type of topical medication that contains benzoyl peroxide and antibiotics. If you have pimples or acne cysts in addition to your blackheads, this type of medication may be particularly helpful. Manual removal Dermatologists or specially trained skin care professionals use a special instrument called a round loop extractor to remove the plug causing the blackhead. After a small opening is made in the plug, the doctor applies pressure with the extractor to remove the clog. Microdermabrasion During microdermabrasion, a doctor or skin care professional uses a special instrument that contains a rough surface to sand the top layers of your skin. Sanding the skin removes clogs that cause blackheads. Chemical peels Chemical peels also remove clogs and get rid of the dead skins cells that contribute to blackheads. During a peel, a strong chemical solution is applied to the skin. Over time, the top layers of the skin peel off, revealing smoother skin underneath. Mild peels are available over the counter, while stronger peels are performed by dermatologists or other skincare professionals. Laser and light therapy Laser and light therapies use tiny beams of intense light to decrease oil production or kill bacteria. Both lasers and light beams reach below the surface of the skin to treat blackheads and acne without damaging the top layers of the skin.
Views: 229335 My Own Amazing Body
3 Collagen Building Ingredients You Need in Your Skincare Routine
 
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How to Increase and Build Collagen in Your Skin! These are Anti-Aging Skincare Ingredients You Must Be Using! 15% OFF ALL TOP SKINCARE BRANDS like Obagi, SkinMedica, Neocutis, iS Clinical, Epionce, Sanitas, Avene, Glytone, Revitalash and more with COUPON CODE: Brianna15 (Obagi is Already Marked Down 15% on the Site ;) Premier Look is owned by me :) https://www.premierlook.com/ PRODUCTS MENTIONED FAVORITE ANTIOXIDANTS/VITAMIN C'S *Coupon Code BRIANNA15 Can Be Applied to These* Skinbetter Science Alto Defense | https://www.premierlook.com/skinbetter-science-alto-defense-serum-face/ Skinceuticals CE Ferulic | https://www.premierlook.com/skinceuticals-c-e-ferulic/ Skinceuticals Serum 10 AOX | https://www.premierlook.com/skinceuticals-serum-10-aox/ Skinceuticals Serum 20 AOX | https://www.premierlook.com/skinceuticals-serum-20-aox/ Skinmedica Vitamin C&E | https://www.premierlook.com/skinmedica-vitamin-c-e-complex/ Glytone Vitamin C&E | https://www.premierlook.com/glytone-age-defying-vitamin-c-e/ Cellex C High Potency Serum | https://www.premierlook.com/cellex-c-high-potency-serum/ FAVORITE PEPTIDE PRODUCTS ( peptides are found in moisturizers, eye creams, sunscreens and more...these are just a high percentage of peptide ingredients) *Coupon Code BRIANNA15 Can Be Applied to These* Skinbetter Science Smoothing Daily Cream Face | https://www.premierlook.com/skinbetter-science-smoothing-daily-treatment-cream-face/ Neocutis Micro Serum | https://www.premierlook.com/neocutis-micro-serum-intensive-treatment/ PCA Peptide SmoothingSerum | https://www.premierlook.com/pca-skin-exlinea-peptide-smoothing-serum/ Clinicians Complex Peptide Serum | https://www.premierlook.com/search.php?search_query=peptides Sanitas Peptiderm Firming Serum | https://www.premierlook.com/sanitas-skincare-peptiderm-firming-serum/ FAVORITE GROWTH FACTORS (growth factors are also found in many other products such as moisturizers and eye creams but these serums will be the most potent) *Coupon Code BRIANNA15 Can Be Applied to These* Skinmedica TNS Essential Serum | https://www.premierlook.com/skinmedica-tns-essential-serum/ Regenica Dual Rejuvenating Serum | https://www.premierlook.com/regenica-rejuvenating-dual-serum/ Osmosis Stemfactor Serum | https://www.premierlook.com/osmosis-stemfactor-growth-factor-serum/ Neocutis Bio Serum | https://www.premierlook.com/neocutis-bio-serum-bio-restorative-serum-with-psp/ Nugene Universal Serum | https://www.premierlook.com/nugene-nucell-universal-serum/ Is Clinical Youth Serum | https://www.premierlook.com/is-clinical-youth-serum/ SHIRT TODAY | http://bit.ly/2f3iwph CROSSOVER RING | http://bit.ly/2y2fOaW NECKLACE | http://bit.ly/2w3lUYb MAKEUP TODAY Osmosis Foundation in Natural Medium | https://www.premierlook.com/search.php?search_query=satin Kat Von D Creme Contour and Highlight Palette | http://bit.ly/2vqb9CX Charlotte Tilbury Contour Wand | http://bit.ly/2w2z9bw Charlotte Tilbury Highlight Wand | http://bit.ly/2f2bbGc By Terry Platonic Blonde Blush | http://bit.ly/2h5fg0P EYES Viseart Cool Palette | http://bit.ly/2w2Oc57 Revitalash Volumizing Primer | http://www.premierlook.com/revitalash-volumizing-primer/ Lancome Monsieur Big Mascara | http://bit.ly/2vs6Gj1 LIPS Charlotte Tilbury Iconic Nude | http://bit.ly/2vfIo6I Tarte Beach Babe | http://bit.ly/2f3xUSg Sara Happ Ballet Slip Gloss | https://www.premierlook.com/sara-happ-the-ballet-slip-one-luxe-gloss/ INSTAGRAM @BriannaStanko https://www.instagram.com/briannastanko/?hl=en SNAPCHAT bristanko HAUTELOOK| Huge savings on all the best clothing brands, beauty products, and home stuff! http://www.hautelook.com/short/3zTXc EBATES| Get money back when you shop online! http://www.ebates.com/rf.do?referreri... See you guys soon! **Some links are affiliate links. If you use my links I appreciate your support for my channel!
Views: 61811 Brianna Stanko
Build Collagen For Younger Looking Skin! Anti-Aging Serums & Dermaroller!
 
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Playlist of my dermarolling videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZe_9d5lX8JtD0qmLCOYAbaNaShA3PJvb or https://www.youtube.com/user/amctomy/playlists I'm loving the Skin Deva Matrixyl Synthe 6 + Hyaluronic Acid serum which I use every morning and night after I cleanse my face. This is a great serum to use after dermarolling as well and it will help to build collagen in the skin. The dermaroller (from Skin Deva) also helps to build collagen as well as their Vitamin C + E + Ferulic Acid serum. I dermaroll once every 2 weeks at night and apply the Matrixyl Synthe 6 serum right after dermarolling. I apply the Vitamin C serum in the morning and always apply a sunscreen after the Vitamin C. 15% off everything on the Skin Deva site: http://skindeva.com Enter discount code: BEAUTYBYANNE I am NOT paid at all, this is just a savings for my viewers! Thank you Skin Deva! Skin Deva Matrixyl Synthe 6 serum: http://amzn.to/2DBdCd8 Skin Deva Vitamin C + E + Ferulic Acid: http://amzn.to/2DC1o3U My Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beautybyanne.marie Please Subscribe and Thank You for Watching! xo Anne FTC disclosure: I do use some amazon and magic links and may earn a small percentage of sales through my links. Thank you to those who use my links, I appreciate it!
Views: 40981 Beauty By Anne-Marie
Pile of blackheads removal. Hundreds of Blackheads On Nose.
 
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Pile of blackheads removal. Hundreds of Blackheads On Nose. What are blackheads? Blackheads are small bumps that appear on your skin due to clogged hair follicles. These bumps are called blackheads because the surface looks dark or black. Blackheads are a mild type of acne that usually form on the face, but they can also appear on the following body parts: back chest neck arms shoulders Acne affects nearly 50 million Americans and is the most common skin disorder in the United States, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. Blackheads form when a clog or plug develops in the opening of hair follicles in your skin. Each follicle contains one hair and a sebaceous gland that produces oil. This oil, called sebum, helps keep your skin soft. Dead skin cells and oils collect in the opening to the skin follicle, producing a bump called a comedo. If the skin over the bump stays closed, the bump is called a whitehead. When the skin over the bump opens, exposure to the air causes it to look black and a blackhead forms. Some factors can increase your chances of developing acne and blackheads, including: producing too much body oil the buildup of the Propionibacterium acnes bacteria on the skin irritation of the hair follicles when dead skins cells don’t shed on a regular basis undergoing hormonal changes that cause an increase in oil production during the teen years, during menstruation, or while taking birth control pills taking certain drugs, such as corticosteroids, lithium, or androgens Some people believe that what you eat or drink can affect acne. Dairy products and foods that increase blood sugar levels, such as carbohydrates, may play a part in triggering acne, but researchers aren’t convinced that there’s a strong connection. How are blackheads treated? Over-the-counter (OTC) treatments Many acne medications are available at drug and grocery stores without a prescription. These medications are available in cream, gel, and pad form and are put directly on your skin. The drugs contain ingredients such as salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide, and resorcinol. They work by killing bacteria, drying excess oil, and forcing the skin to shed dead skin cells. Prescription medications If OTC treatment doesn’t improve your acne, your doctor may suggest that you use stronger prescription medications. Medications that contain vitamin A keep plugs from forming in the hair follicles and promote more rapid turnover of skin cells. These medications are applied directly to your skin and can include tretinoin, tazarotene, or adapalene. Your doctor may also prescribe another type of topical medication that contains benzoyl peroxide and antibiotics. If you have pimples or acne cysts in addition to your blackheads, this type of medication may be particularly helpful. Manual removal Dermatologists or specially trained skin care professionals use a special instrument called a round loop extractor to remove the plug causing the blackhead. After a small opening is made in the plug, the doctor applies pressure with the extractor to remove the clog. Microdermabrasion During microdermabrasion, a doctor or skin care professional uses a special instrument that contains a rough surface to sand the top layers of your skin. Sanding the skin removes clogs that cause blackheads. Chemical peels Chemical peels also remove clogs and get rid of the dead skins cells that contribute to blackheads. During a peel, a strong chemical solution is applied to the skin. Over time, the top layers of the skin peel off, revealing smoother skin underneath. Mild peels are available over the counter, while stronger peels are performed by dermatologists or other skincare professionals. Laser and light therapy Laser and light therapies use tiny beams of intense light to decrease oil production or kill bacteria. Both lasers and light beams reach below the surface of the skin to treat blackheads and acne without damaging the top layers of the skin.
Views: 5599 My Own Amazing Body
9 Nourishing Face Oil - Natural SkinCare
 
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Using a blend of 9 natural essential oils scientifically proven to help reduce the fine lines and wrinkles associated with aging, Baimeni’s 9 Nourishing Face Oil smooths, clarifies and improves the skin’s elasticity for a firmer and smoother appearance. Enriched with vitamins and minerals, Baimeni’s 9 Nourishing Face Oil exclusive formula is all natural and plant based. The blend of 9 beautiful botanical oils work in the following ways: •Apricot Kernel Oil is high in Vitamin A and is very rich in Oleic and Linoleic Acid. Apricot Kernel helps skin to retain clarity and elasticity. •Carrot Seed Essential Oil is known to nourish, tighten and rejuvenate skin. It is revitalising and toning and assists in removing toxins and water build up in the skin reducing puffiness and giving it a fresher firmer appearance. •Rosehip Seed Oil is high in Vitamins A and E, and is effective at promoting tissue regeneration. Rose Hip Seed can also help to prevent and minimise wrinkles. •Frankincense Essential Oil has many great healing qualities such as anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antiseptic and astringent. •Myrrh Essential Oil helps to maintain healthy skin as it prevents the signs of ageing and soothes cracked or chapped skin. •Sandalwood Essential Oil helps to balance the oil in the skin, as well as, healing dry or irritated skin. •Lemon Essential Oil helps to cleanse and revitalise skin. Additionally, it can reduce acne, nourish damaged skin and hydrate skin. •Geranium Essential Oil helps to heal the skin, balances oils, easing some acne, eczema, cellulite, stretch marks, scarring and dry skin. •Rosemary Essential Oil is a natural antioxidant which helps to ease lines or wrinkles and regulates oil production, increases circulation and cleanses skin. Rosemary is also a natural preservative, improving the longevity of the face oil. View more: http://www.baimeni.com.au
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How to make anti-aging retinol cream with collagen & elderberry antioxidants
 
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Learn how easily prepare the best anti-wrinkle retinol cream using our DIY kit. Here you can find written step by step instruction how to make retinol cream + full list of ingredients: https://goo.gl/sa9Foc *************************************************************************************************** Wrinkles eraser & firmness restorer. An ultra-rich formula that effectively revives skin firmness and diminishes the look of fine lines and wrinkles while leaving the skin smooth and bright. Our cream is non-comedogenic and gives the skin satin, plumped finish. Acne scars become less visible and pigmentation is improved. This Anti-aging cream provides the skin with a plethora of active ingredients: Retinol (Vitamin A) – one among very few substance with scientifically proven ability to reduce wrinkles and to normalize sebaceous glands. Retinol boosts production of hyaluronic acid and collagen, making the skin surface plumped and smoother. Glycosaminoglycan & micro-molecular hyaluronic acid complex – the blend of highly potent substances with high penetrating properties, stimulating deep skin hydration and firmness. Rosehip Oil – has one of the highest concentration of antioxidants, unsaturated fatty acids, vitamins and minerals among cold pressed oils. Collagen with Elastin – Natural moisturizing agent which increases firmness and elasticity. Elderberry Extract Ecocert – rich source of antioxidants, recommended especially for mature and skin with fragile capillaries. Elderberry is naturally packed with vitamins E, C, rutin, anthocyanins, and tannins. The result of elderberry extract application is soothed more resilient and nourished skin. Ideal for people with skin which is: sensitive, dry, acne-prone, mature, tired, couperose. Anti-Aging Retinol Cream is hypoallergenic, cruelty-free, fragrance-free, parabens-free, sulfates-free, phthalates-free ****************************************************************************************************************************************** And while you are here: Like us on Facebook: https://goo.gl/sJr6oF Follow us on Instagram: https://goo.gl/aZWhKS Let’s pin together: https://goo.gl/X0rMPB Visit our Free Skincare Academy: https://goo.gl/dFF7Ev *************************************************************************************************** #moisturizer #anti-wrinkle #antiaging #retinol #antioxidants #diy #crueltyfree #freetutorial #tutorial #youtube #skincareroutine #beauty
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How to Soothe Face redness? The Best Home Remedies for Red and Irritated Skin.
 
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How do you treat red skin? What do you do when skin is irritated? There are great and effective home remedies to calm your skin and make it look better. Check out this video to learn more or jump right to the remedy that you're interested in the most: What Causes Face Redness: 0:29 Green Tea: 1:04 Tea Tree (Melaleuca) EO: 2:41 Aloe Vera: 3:59 Oatmeal Powder: 4:40 Apple Cider Vinegar: 5:25 Raw Honey: 6:50 Lavender EO: http://bit.ly/2oUnV7j Tea Tree EO: http://bit.ly/2p8sLxg **** Non-comedogenic Ois (Rating 0): Argan Oil Hemp Seed Oil Shea Butter Sunflower Oil Kukui Oil Prickly Pear Seed Oil Safflower Oil Camellia Oil Watermelon Seed Oil Camelina Oil Poppy Seed Oil Raspberry Seed Oil Thank you so much for your kind attention! Wishing you to Stay Happy and Healthy!!! ___________________________________ Welcome to Comfort Life Channel and I hope to see you here often! Subscribe to Comfort Life Channel to be up to date: https://www.youtube.com/user/ComfortLifeChannel ♡ Other Places To Find Me! ♥ INSTAGRAM- https://www.instagram.com/youragreatmom/ ♥ FACEBOOK- https://www.facebook.com/BeWalnut ♥ TWITTER- https://twitter.com/ComfortLChannel ♥ PINTEREST- https://www.pinterest.com/ComfortLChannel/ Popular Videos: The truth about COLLAGEN and Hyaluronic Acid: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teLcVsbTCmA Collagen Supplements for Skin - Do They Work?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xWySK_BlmrM DIY 3-Ingredient Coconut-Aloe Vera Skin Moisturizer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-YuUV0gqPE How to prepare MIRACLE CURE JUICE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1a8xOkW0RmM Why You Should Start Dry Body Brushing Today: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6-WOW_ucHjc Wake Up Facial Massage. Lymph Drainage and Ear Massage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZ20NRMY07E How to Naturally Boost & Rebuild SKIN COLLAGEN: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MOM1mVv4lzA NATURAL DETOX BATH MIX RECIPE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8nQl7uC8wU Turmeric Ginger Tonic Recipe. Tasty Anti-Inflammatory Drink: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXXouE7OEeE How can we get enough Magnesium. Diet and Magnesium Supplements: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qn50VjdP0kE Killer morning habit: Drink water on ..... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rYaz4e83-4 _____________________________ My ETSY Store: Vintageloveny.etsy.com ________________________________ ***AFFILIATE LINKS USED ABOVE. Not a sponsored video. Post contains my genuine recommendations and opinions. ______________________________ +Whoever is Happy will make Others Happy too+ Anne Frank
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