Give mom the gift of good skincare
Flowers are a great Mother’s Day gift idea, but here is another, the gift of good skincare. As hard as she may try to fight it, nature does take its toll on skin, but there are ways mom’s skin can stay radiant no matter her age. Local 4 style editor Jon Jordan shared his ideas for an easy and effective skincare for every generation that is also economical. Check it out in the video above.
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This new device can take years off of an appearance
The advertiser paid a fee to promote this sponsored article and may have influenced or authored the content. The views expressed in this article are those of the advertiser and do not necessarily reflect those of this site or affiliated companies. The BBL, or broadband light, can be used to help correct blemishes on the skin, including things like rosacea and vascular imperfections. It can also be used on the chest to get rid of age spots and tighten the skin. To schedule your consultation and learn more about all Aesthetika Nova can do for you, click here.
How to figure out what types of skin care products are right for you
That’s why StyleWise style editor Jon Jordan is here to help you figure out what’s best for your face. You’ll often see skincare products that are either opaque or clear. Lotions that are cream-based and heavy are the opaque options, and products that are see-through are a little lighter on your skin. Jordan said that, depending on your preferences, one option is better than the other when it comes to your skin. The same can be applied to a lot of other beauty products, such as shampoo, conditioner and even facial mists.
Is your skin super dry from all the hand-washing? These pantry items can help
What do olive oil, corn meal and raw sugar have in common? No, they’re not the first three ingredients to an amazing baking recipe. They are all things that can help repair your dry hands, especially if you’ve been washing them a lot more than usual, considering the coronavirus pandemic. Jordan says that using normal lotion will give you some relief, but there are many treatments you can do on your hands (or any dry skin on your body) with items that you probably have at home right now. You can watch the latest episode of StyleWise above -- and make sure you subscribe to see new StyleWise videos regularly.