All about argan: the “golden” superstar

 

Argan oil the golden superstar

Name a skin care ingredient that’s as good for dry skin as it is for oily skin. That’s as good for skin as it is for hair. That nourishing and yet non-greasy. And best of all, is 100% vegan and natural. Drumroll, please, for argan oil: one of the most loved ingredients here at the Goodness Labs. Time to get smart about argan – in under 5 minutes! Click here

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Can I use face scrub in winter? And 4 other winter FAQ's answered


For your skin, winter has to be one of the toughest seasons to get through. Lower moisture levels, continued UV exposure, higher pollution levels, and a host of other factors tend to make it tougher to "keep glowing" through the winter. We get asked quite a few "winter" questions, and we thought of compiling 5 of them here for you. Hope you find these interesting and useful.

 

 

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7 secrets to prettier-looking feet

7 secrets to prettier looking feet

From fresh dew drops on grass, to the tickle of grains of sand on a beach, the touch of our environment on our feet is a constant, and invisible, part of our existence. But our feet are also among the most overlooked parts of our body - ignored until they demand attention. While they are constantly, and inevitably, exposed to harsh, varied environments, a few things for simple, everyday care at home can keep them looking healthy, fresh and beautiful! Read more...

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Do all alcohols damage skin?

Alcohols in skin care products

Alcohols are commonly found in many skin care products. But isn't it true that alcohol dries skin? What if we told you that there are some alcohols that help keep skin moisturized? Sounds strange? Here's how to tell which alcohols help, and which one harm. Read more...

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Dry patches on oily skin: here’s how Monika solved it!

Dry patches with acne? Problem solved!

Monika has oily skin for most parts of the year but her skin gets dry & patchy in winter- Here’s what Monika did to turn her skin around! 

In an ideal world, winter is said to be the best season for oily skin. In reality however, due to our lifestyle & environmental factors, oily skin is not all that healthy and glowing in winters. We tend to develop dry patches, dull overtones & sudden break outs. The reasons for this bizarre behavior of our skin are many. But you don’t need to worry about the reasons because Monika has got JUST the fix you need to balance out the oiliness in dry weather. Read more...

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7 FAQs on a Skincare Superstar: Vitamin E

 FAQs on Vitamin E in your skin care

Hello there, how’s 2016 treating you? We hope you haven’t broken your beauty resolutions yet! In continuation with our "simple English" series on rock-star ingredients, today we answer some FAQs on Vitamin E for you. Most of us are aware that Vitamin E is great for skin and hair, but knowing some important facts about this anti-oxidant superstar will help us incorporate Vit E in our daily routine in the best way possible. Let’s begin!

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After-party skin care: 5 quick must-dos


Wish the party had lasted longer, don't you? But like all good things, parties have come to an end. And even as you go about getting back to "normal" life, there are some simple things you must do to take care of your skin and restore it back to full health...and get ready for the next one! Here are the top 5 from that list - quick, simple and easy - and they will go a long way in ensuring healthy, radiant skin even as you party away! Read more...

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What? Pure aloe gel is NOT a complete moisturizer?

Skin feels dry after using aloe vera gel

Hello people! This week, one of Plum's fans asked a very interesting question on Plum's Facebook page: "I tried applying aloe vera gel directly... but it dries my skin. Why?". Sounds strange compared to everything we know about aloe, right? Well, it turns out it's actually keen observation on her part - and there's a simple, scientific reason why this is happening. The reply would be useful to a lot of you, hence thought of sharing it through this post. Read more...

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Simply Speaking: Humectants

In our last post on "Simply Speaking" we covered the term COMEDOGENIC. Today we take a look at another important term: HUMECTANTS. Are humectants the same as moisturizers? Which are good humectants you should look for in the ingredient list? And which ones should you avoid? Time for a quick look...

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