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artnaturals Vitamin C Serum: A worthy alternative to SkinCeuticals C E Ferulic Serum?

This serum boasts the same holy trinity of antioxidants—at a fraction of the price. But could it really be just as effective as the name brand, or do you get what you pay for?

The holy grail of vitamin C serums has to be SkinCeuticals C E Ferulic—but it comes at a crazy high price point. Many companies make similar products because SkinCeuticals is kind enough to spell out the key aspects of its patented formula: 15% vitamin C (in the form of L-Ascorbic acid), 1% vitamin E (in the form of alpha tocopherol), and 0.5% ferulic acid. SkinCeuticals’s serum includes this specific combination of active ingredients because research has shown that these ingredients make…

AcneFree Sulfur Mask Review: Your BFF for calming acne flareups

This mask is travel-friendly and the perfect heavy-duty defense against cystic acne and whiteheads.

I just got back from vacation, and realized that, despite having eaten tons of sugary and fatty food, my skin actually improved. Perhaps this helps validate a minimalist approach to skincare—it really forces you to ask yourself which products will truly help your skin stay on track. What goes into your TSA-friendly travel bag of skincare products? I’ll get into mine in more detail in a future post, but today I want to highlight one of those travel-friendly essentials with you: the AcneFree…

Mad Hippie Facial SPF 30 Review

This physical sunscreen includes antioxidants and beneficial ingredients like vitamin C, vitamin E, shea butter, and aloe.

I’ve been rereading Watership Down, the classic by Richard Adams. It’s a story about rabbits, but it’s also about much more than that. A part of me is always worried about revisiting an old classic, since I’m afraid that I’ll notice that it just isn’t as magical as I remembered. In the case of Watership Down, I had no reason to be concerned. I was happy to see that my friends Hazel, Fiver, Bigwig, and the rest of the clan were still just as lively the second…