Cara Skin Care Blog
As the cell turnover slows, we must exfoliate to keep the skin from looking dull & rough. Exfoliating can unclog pores and clear the completions, improve texture & tone, lighten the skin, reduce breakouts & reduce the appearance of wrinkles & fine lines.
No one wants their face to resemble a mirror, especially during the summer months! If you have been blessed with oily skin, we feel for you. But have no fear, we have some tips to help you tame your oily skin and stay matte in the heat.
A chemical peel is your way to younger, brighter skin! Depending on what type of skin conditions you are working with will determine what level of chemical peel you and your skin care professional will decide upon.
Body and skin detoxification are essential to our health. Skin detoxification assists with eliminating the body of unwanted impurities and waste. Here we have listed some tips on how to detoxify your skin.
What is the difference between a chemical peel and a microdermabrasion? Here we explore what separates the two treatements to help you the reader determine what is best for you!
Many of us wondering if and when we should be incorporating a serum into our skincare routine. Read as we explain for each stage of our lives which serums are suitable.
To achieve an effective skin care routine is it important that you are using skincare products suited to your skin type. Read along as we review each skin type and suggest products to accompany each.
Titanium dioxide is a naturally occurring mineral sourced from rutile, anatase, and brookite. This white, opaque, and odorless substance is preferred in sunscreens.. read more
The spotlight ingredient Bentonite, comprised of microscopic crystals and found primarily in volcanic ash, lends itself to incredible skin care benefits. Read more about it...
Exposure to solar UV radiation is the key factor in several skin disorders. Grape wine polyphenols as the spotlight ingredient due to its amazing anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, and ... read more
Alpha Hydroxy Acids are organic acids that work to unglue cells in the epidermis enabling the process of exfoliation to improve and make room for healthier skin cells to resurface... read more
Cucumbers are a valuable source of conventional antioxidants, including vitamin C, beta- carotene, and manganese with a high amount of vitamin K... Read more
Glycolic Acid is derived from sugar cane and is the most used AlphaHydroxy Acid (AHA) on the market today. The benefits of Glycolic acid are endless... read more
Cara Skin Care spotlights Vitamin E, as it is a popular result driven ingredient amongst skin care professionals. The benefits of Vitamin E are...
Mushroom extracts are considered potent antioxidants and natural moisturizers. Hyaluronic acid, considered the body’s internal moisturizer, plumps and firms the skin. Mushroom contains a polysaccharide that is equally beneficial in ....