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How Skincare Can Reduce Transepidermal Water Loss

How Skincare Can Reduce Transepidermal Water Loss

It’s a mouthful, but say it with us — Transepidermal Water Loss or TEWL for short. Let’s break this down so it’s not as scary. The “water loss” part is pretty self-explanatory, so you’ve probably caught on that we’re talking about a form of dehydration. The “epidermal” part refers to the upper layer of the

White Truffle: Food for the Skin

White Truffle: Food for the Skin

Every ingredient in our climate smart skincare is meticulously thought out and artfully chosen for its skin benefits. White Truffle is breaking out of its mold for being known as a delicacy as its benefits are harnessed in medicine and topical skincare. This luxurious super plant has its place on the plate, the medicine cabinet,

The Skin Solution to Pollution: Anti-Aging Antioxidants

The Skin Solution to Pollution: Anti-Aging Antioxidants

Aging is natural, but that doesn’t mean we can’t do what we can to prevent and prolong it. Getting older isn’t just waking up to wrinkles and gray hair once you’ve reached your Fabulous Forties — these are simply the visible signs of aging, but the gradual process of aging happens on a cellular level.

What is Atmospheric Aging?

What is Atmospheric Aging?

Sun exposure and air pollution in today’s aggressive climate pose a serious threat to healthy, youthful skin. The silent killer of healthy skin There’s a killer on the loose, and it’s not what you think. Over the last century, the industrial boom has waged war against the environment (and arguably everyone living in it). The

What Happens to Skin When Moving or Traveling

What Happens to Skin When Moving or Traveling

If you’re like most people, you don’t think much about how your climate affects your skin because you’re used to it. You might notice some uncomfortable conditions, such as blazing temperatures in the summer or overly dry air in the winter, but do you ever take a moment to consider how these extreme conditions affect