Gua Sha and Facial Roller tools are a skincare staple for us Zove Beauty HQ. We cannot live without our favourite skincare tools.
If you haven’t used at least one of these skincare tools, you’re missing out! But before you pick which skincare tool to use, you might be wondering which one is best for you. As always, we’ve got you Zovers! We’ve broken down the benefits of Gua Sha and Facial Roller tools so you can pick your perfect skincare companion.
Having your acne flare up, usually right before a big event (am I right?!), is super annoying. But you know what’s even more annoying? The marks and scars that often remain after the actual acne has cleared.
While acne scars are normal, and affect a lot of people, they can have a detrimental impact on a person’s sense of self-worth, especially if they’ve spent a lot of time and money looking after their skin. Fortunately for us, there are ways to help clear up acne scars and we’re breaking it all down for you. Keep scrolling to find out more!
Picture this, you wake up in the morning and bounce out of bed to get ready for the day. You head to the bathroom to splash some water on your face and as you catch a glimpse of yourself in the mirror you notice a small cluster of pimples on your chin. You’ve been hit with a breakout [insert dramatic music of your choice]! Here are Top 9 Tips For Preventing Breakouts.
We’ve all experienced dark under eye circles at some point in our lives, and for some of us they are part of everyday life (because, genetics).Here at Zove, we are all for loving the skin you’re in - dark under eye circles and all! But did you know that certain factors can cause or enhance your dark under eye circles?
We’re breaking these factors down for you and sharing tips on how to treat your dark under eye circles so you can walk out the door sans concealer more often than not.
Blackheads. Most of us have had to deal with them, and we can all agree that they are the worst! Every time you squeeze one out, a whole bunch more pop up in its place.
We caught up with Dr Hope Dinh from Hope Dermatology in Melbourne to find out the most effective methods for removing blackheads, and for keeping them at bay.
Do you want to know the best kept secret to waking up with glorious, un-creased, skin and hair that’s not a knotty, flyaway mess? The answer is silk. That’s right, this beautiful fabric in a pillowcase form will have you looking and feeling fabulous every day of the week.
Skincare products have the power to take your skin from zero to 100, and by 100 we mean healthy and glowing. No matter what your skin needs, there is a product out there that can help. Want to brighten your skin and fade dark spots? Say hello to vitamin c. Want your skin to glow? Slap on some hyaluronic acid.
But as we all know, with great power comes great responsibility. With skincare, that means knowing when and how to apply your products to maximise their full potential. That’s where we come in, Zovers. We’ve compiled the ultimate guide to layering and mixing skincare so that your skin can thrive.
Image via Angélica Echeverry by Shilpa Bhim Most of us Zovers would consider ourselves to be pretty skincare savvy with our carefully curated skincare collections and routines. But how many of you are mindful of what...
Has your skin been freaking out during self-isolation? Even though ‘ISO-skin’ or ‘self-isolation skin’ are not exactly real terms, they definitely accurately describe what is happening to so many of us at the moment. You could be experiencing severely dry and itchy skin, but it is also super common to suffer from breakouts and even rashes.
So if your skin is going through a tough time, the main thing to remember is to keep it simple and to be consistent, as it is more important to focus on giving back to your skin, rather than to take away. And just know that if you’re going through a rough patch with your skin, you are not alone!
What does 'Non-Comedogenic Ingredients' mean? What are some examples of comedogenic ingredients? To put it simply, non-comedogenic ingredients won’t block your pores, which means you’re less likely to get pimples or blackheads. As Dr Michele notes, “a ‘comedo’ is the scientific name for a blackhead, hence ‘non-comedogenic’ suggests that a product won’t block pores and cause blackheads, which invariably leads to breakouts.” There are common ingredients associated with comedogenicity. These include...