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8 Gentle Retinol Creams That Are Perfect for Beginners

Start your retinol journey the right way.
When approaching your mid-20s, skin aging slowly becomes a major concern, and the best ingredient to address it will always be retinol. Retinol is an over-the-counter formulation of retinoid, a vitamin A derivative that diminishes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
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7 Night Creams to Try If You Want to Add Retinol to Your Skincare Routine

For smoother, more youthful skin in the morning.
Anyone interested in skincare has probably already heard about retinol. Although it may sound like an intimidating ingredient at first (with various side effects like purging and dry skin), it actually does wonders for your skin once you get past that stage!To
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4 Easy Ways to Reduce Your Dark Circles at Home

Wake up looking fresh for your early-morning video calls!
For all you night owls out there, we understand how much you want to hit snooze repeatedly on your alarm every morning. But with the demands of school and work, we’re tasked to wake up a little early to prep even after
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12 Best Products to Use If You Want to Minimize Your Pores

Real pore minimizing hacks, right this way!
Not to break your heart this early on, but the truth is that we can't actually make our pores smaller. As much of a bummer that is, however, your pursuit for smoother skin isn't entirely hopeless. That's because even if you can't shrink
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Retinol Products You Can Apply Every Night for Glowing Youthful Skin

Check out these affordable anti-aging picks starting from P500.
Skin experts deem vitamin A derivatives like retinol as the holy grail ingredient for anti-aging. Its skin-renewing benefits makes it the answer to a long list of common skincare concerns—acne, wrinkles, and dark spots, included. In fact, even if you have none of those issues, having retinol
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5 Skincare Ingredients That Can Help Keep Your Skin Looking Youthful

Ever tried using retinol?
Your skin goes through many changes in your 30s. According to dermatologist Dr. Gaile Robredo-Vitas, "this is because your skin starts to degrade collagen and elastin more than it is making them." You might be experiencing more dryness in certain parts of your face, or you may
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Sandara Park's Secrets for Achieving Youthful Skin in Her 30s

She revealed her skincare must-haves on her YouTube channel!
Did you know that Sandara Park is already in her mid-30s? Yup, she is, and we'll let you process that information for a second. If we're being honest, we wouldn't know that either if we didn't look it up, because in our eyes,
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These Are the Best Moisturizers to Start Using in Your 30s

In case your old moisturizer is not cutting it anymore.
There's no denying that once your hit your 30s, your skin does a full 180. The products you used in your teens might not be cutting it anymore, especially in the hydration department. It never hurts to have some age-defying perks to
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These Skincare Tricks Will Give You Tighter, Less Visible Pores

Like a facelift for your pores!
It may be physically impossible to shrink your pores (thanks, genetics!), but you do have more than enough options to make them look smaller and "tighter" than they really are. And don't worry, most of them won't require you to put on
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Here's How You Can Finally Get Rid of Those Pesky Blackheads

But first, ditch those pore strips!
Out of all the breakouts we can get, blackheads are by far the most persistent. They'll keep coming back as long as you haven't found the best way to remove them (not pore strips, by the way)—but don't worry, because we plan to
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How to Start Using Retinol If You've Never Tried It Before

Don't be intimidated!
The only thing we hear about as often as retinoids is its intimidating side effects. Once you start using this potent ingredient, it starts a process called "retinization" on your skin, which takes the form of redness, peeling, and dryness. Definitely not
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These Basic Moisturizers Can Work Perfectly with Retinols and Acids

Or if you have sensitive skin!
Actives, acids, or active ingredients are made to target specific problem areas, from acne marks to hyperpigmentation, that your average face wash-and-moisturizer combo can't fix. But because they're so potent, they’re highly reactive. Retinols, for one, don’t mesh well with AHAs and BHAs, and other