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Acne is one of the most commonly known inflammatory skin condition. Typically, acne starts at the time of puberty but can progress through life, sometimes getting worse in your adult years. Among the areas it affects includes the shoulders, back, chest, and the upper arms. While as there are other methods of eliminating acne as topically applied therapy, use of facials and other skincare, the use of comodone have been proven to yield amazing results. However, note that it can...
Bath Bombs, Dry Skin +  Some 💣 Benefits Bathing should not be just about getting rid of sweat and dirt. It should be an enjoyable experience filled with luxury and ultimate relaxation. Water and CLEANSE may make you clean, but bath bombs will enhance your bath time experience. While there are many brands available, our SOAK Bombs beat the cake... 1. Natural Skin Care While other bath bombs use chemical additives in their facial scrubs, HueVine products are all natural. We use...
Although physical appearance should not be playing a role in a person's professional life, sometimes it can have a negative impact on someone's chances of getting a job. Sometimes discrimination is intentional, but most time people don't even know they're doing it. They just think they're giving the job to the best candidate, not the person who showed up with the clearest skin. There is a well-known concept in psychology called the "halo effect". It means simply that people tend...
You’ve come way beyond your teenage years, but you’re still grappling with nasty acne. And as if it were not enough, your skin has taken a turn for the worse. It’s excessively oily. The pimples sprout and die faster than you can keep track of it. Your skin also looks blotchy. Why is your skin behaving so unusually all of a sudden? These could be symptoms of polycystic ovarian syndrome. We’ll give you the lowdown on it. How does PCOS...
It started out as a tiny zit. Or at least that’s what you expected it to be. But it soon spread across your face, covering it in red blotchy patches. The urge to itch was uncontrollable. The skin took on a dry and flaky appearance. And, no matter how much moisturizer you slathered onto it, it still didn’t seem to help.   If you’ve experienced something similar, it’s likely you’re suffering from a skin condition Seborrheic eczema. It is common...