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Keep your glow for longer.
While anti-aging serums are typically meant for more mature skin, it is not so bad to start using them as early as in your 20s. You know what they say, prevention is better than cure! Anti-aging serums are workhorses that will not
These will still get the job done just fine!
A product doesn't need to be called a moisturizer to, well, moisturize. You have several other options for hydration when your skin (or you) can't handle an additional layer, especially if you're dealing with weather as hot and humid as the Philippines'.
Conquer the year with a fresh complexion!
There’s a general consensus when the New Year comes around to leave all unhealthy habits and toxic traits in the one that just passed. So, if you’re hoping for the first year of the '20s to be a fresh beginning, why not
New year, new skincare routine!
We've already talked about the products you should forget about for the new year, so now it's time to shift our attention to the stuff that's actually worth trying. These are things that you've either ignored before or simply haven't heard of;
Ever wondered what they actually do for your skin?
The tags on celebrity-approved luxury skincare products seem like they're just meant to hurt our bank accounts, but truth be told, there are several that live up to their names and their prices. Given their hefty cost, some of these celebrity- and
Nope, we don't mean Dr. Vicki Belo!
Some people believe in using moisturizer, while some don't. Regardless of which side you're on, we present a more neutral perspective: You don't always need to use it. But before you squint at your screen in doubt, let us explain—or better yet, allow
It makes my skin feel smoother and silkier almost instantly.
La Mer's The Concentrate has been chosen by the Preview team as the Best Serumof 2019. This and 24 other products were reviewed by 25 real girls for this year's Preview Girls' Choice Awards to see if they truly deserved their title.
Keep these in mind next time you apply your skincare products!
One of the biggest skincare myths that people believe is that when they use certain skincare products or ingredients together, they are being more efficient with their routine. This is a dangerous way to go about with your regimen. Some ingredients in
When beauty sleep just isn't enough.
A good night's sleep alone could give your skin a healthy glow in the morning, but it never hurts to have a bit of help from the most potent step in your regimen—a serum. Below, you'll find our picks for a quick
Mothers-to-be deserve to pamper themselves, too!
Pregnancy can wreak havoc on your skin. The change in hormonal activity in a pregnant woman's body may result in skin issues like hyperpigmentation, hormonal acne, and dryness—just imagine how stressful it can get when all these happen at the same time.
Makeup isn't all that bad for your skin after all.
The belief that makeup is bad for your skin is more outdated than you think. Wearing foundation every day can actually even be good for you, because the many innovations in beauty have long blurred the line between makeup and skincare. In
Keep your skin soft and supple!
To keep your skin looking young and feeling supple, don't skimp on the moisture. Of course, this is easier done with the help of skincare, be it through using your reliable serum nightly or slathering on moisturizer every day. That said, using products
Fight signs of skin aging.
Retinol is one of the most popular and effective skincare ingredients in targeting skin concerns such as acne, blemishes, hyperpigmentation, rough texture, and wrinkles. It's the over-the-counter sister of retinoids, which is a derivative of Vitamin A and a potent exfoliant that
Fight sun damage and pigmentation!
If you're looking for a skincare ingredient that can brighten your skin, boost collagen synthesis, calm down inflammation, and reduce the appearance of pigmentation, look no further than Vitamin C. A Vitamin C-infused serum, for example, will do wonders for your skin
This writer and avowed nemesis of dark spots sees the light—and welcomes it
Dark spots and dullness—they can be caused by acne scarring or spending too much time in the sun without the proper protection. Or, in my case, they’re the most conspicuous signs that my skin is starting to age, and that I am
Even retinol newbies can use it!
When it comes to retinol, everyone raves about it but only the brave actually pursue. (Learn more about why it's amazing here.) We don't blame you, though—the slight peeling that comes with the exfoliation process does seem daunting. Although those few days or weeks
Brighter than ever.
Aiming for brighter, smoother skin? Then you might want to consider adding some glycolic acid into your beauty routine. This chemical exfoliant is a type of alpha-hydroxy acid or AHA, which exfoliates the top layer of your skin to even out its
We asked, you answered.
We could write hundreds of stories about fading acne scars and still manage to miss solutions that actually work. So this time, we decided to pass the mic to you, Preview girls, to reveal your top picks for erasing those pesky marks. And
It's all connected!
Turns out, we should be less concerned about when the signs of aging will show on our skin. After all, it will happen eventually. It's only a matter of what kind of steps you take to slow down the process, and we're
Take your pick!
If you're doing serum research, it's inevitable that you come across products that already have a cult following. The abundance of rave reviews might even convince you to try them, because if so many people love it that much, why won't you?