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From youthful skin tips to self-acceptance.
It might be hard to believe, but my favorite thing about working as a beauty editor has nothing to do with all the free products I get to try. It's a welcome bonus and a privilege at that, but what blows it
Drop these bad habits ASAP.
Needing to blot your T-zone every two hours is not fun. Having oily skin myself, I sympathize on an almost spiritual level. Still, hear me out: Having oily skin isn't that bad. It actually has some great long-term perks, like being better
Lesson number one: Don't panic.
Breaking out when we're stressed is standard protocol for our skin. It's like our body's way of shaking off all that tension, like a knee-jerk (face-jerk?) response to those sleepless nights and not-so-nutritious midnight snack sessions. So while it's not exactly everyone's
Take note of these before your next skincare haul.
Regardless of your pores' genetically-determined size, they can become less glaringly obvious with the right skin habits and products on your side. So the next time you go skincare shopping, don't just add anything that says "pore-tightening" or "pore-shrinking" to your cart. Instead, take
It's actually quite easy!
Just like haircuts, you're always better off getting a facial from a trained professional. The process is just more thorough, safe, and effective that way, not to mention more satisfying than doing your plain old skincare routine at home.But let's face it
Yup, they're not the same!
Before taking an interest in skincare, I always thought that hydration and moisturization meant the exact same thing. I used the two terms interchangeably until a few years ago, when I found out that I, someone who has oily skin, also had
Is it really an essential step?
We love eye cream, we really do. It's a fantastic addition to your skincare routine since there's practically one for every concern out there, be it dark circles or fine lines. However, through the years, we've noticed that it's never really on
It's a confusing skin type, to say the least.
Ah, combination skin—the skin type that can't seem to make up its mind. Is it oily? Is it dry? Is it both? It's truly hard to tell, and we can't blame you for being confused. But one thing is for sure, though—if
Dr. Gaile Robredo-Vitas of Derm HQ and BeautiqueMD breaks down her own skincare routine.
Here at Preview, we love hearing beauty advice from experts. Whether it's about controlling oily skin or solving beauty emergencies like sunburns, we have pros on standby to give us the best possible solutions. That said, one of our biggest curiosities is