Hydrated skin looks plump, healthy, and youthful. Dehydrated skin on the other hand exaggerates the look of fine lines and wrinkles and makes the skin appear dull and flaky. Although drinking water is great for your overall health and keeps your body performing at an optimal level, it does not directly hydrate the skin. So you unfortunately cannot drink your way to hydrated skin. The best way to hydrate the skin is by using moisturizers with ingredients that help attract and lock in moisture.
The earliest version of what is now black history month started in 1926 as Negro History Week organized by the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History. The organization was founded 11 years earlier in 1915 by Carter G. Woodson and Jesse E. Moorland with a goal to bring attention to how underrepresented African Americans were in the books and conversations that shaped the study of American history.
With the plethora of products and skincare recommendations available to us today, it can be daunting figuring out what we should be using and routines to follow as we get older. We always like to keep things simple and truly believe that good skincare doesn’t have to be that complicated.