Skincare-News: A Natural Way to Ageless Beauty

As Winter Approaches, Protect Your Skin!

Wednesday, November 20, 2013 12:00:29 PM America/New_York

As the fall season nears its end and winter slowly approaches, it is essential to protect your skin during the colder weather. It is very common for people to forget about sun protection during the winter becauselet’s face it--most of us are trying to avoid the cold weather by staying inside.

An NBC Women’s Health article recently revealed that your body registers every minute you spend in the sun. This means that sun damage to your skin is something that can occur all year round, regardless of the season.

To protect your skin this winter it is essential to exfoliate and moisturize your skin. All of Restorsea’s products are natural exfoliants as our enzyme eats away at dead skin. Make sure to incorporate our products in your daily skincare routine to maintain the best skin this winter!

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Controlling Your Keratosis Pilaris

Thursday, October 31, 2013 3:00:15 PM America/New_York

Did you know that almost 50% of people in the world have Keratosis Pilaris? Keratosis Pilaris, which Dr. Oz refers lightheartedly to as "chicken bumps," are most noticeable on upper arms and thighs. This common skin condition is hereditary, however, there are many ways to control Keratosis Pilaris if you happen to have it. For instance using a scrub or peel or skincare products with glycolic acid can be very beneficial.

You can read more about Dr. Oz's tips on how to control Keratosis Pilaris here.


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Q: Patti your Eye Cream has been doing magic on my crow’s feet! If I put it directly on my eyelids will it do anything?

A: So glad to hear that your enjoying the product! However, I would not recommend putting our eye cream directly on your eyelids. This is because our Revitalizing Eye Cream is specifically designed to target under eye and not upper eye issues.

To achieve the best results when using the eye cream, continue with your current regimen, and make sure to pat/dap the cream underneath your eyes and around any remaining crow’s feet.






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Q: Patti, if I'm allergic to fish or shellfish, can I still try Restorsea?

A: Unfortunately, I would not recommend our Restorsea products for you. All of the products contain a natural enzyme derived from salmon hatching fluids. Nonetheless, I would definitely advise you to speak with your allergist about what they can recommend! If you’re curious about what’s in all of our product’s you can find a detailed list of all our ingredients on each of our product specific pages.





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Skin Risks of Running in the Winter

Monday, October 21, 2013 5:00:04 PM America/New_York

Q: When the weather turns cold, runners battle dryness from head to toe (and in surprising places--even scalp, cheeks, lips, under the ears, armpits, shin and feet). What are some of the skin risks of running in the colder months?

A: Incorporating running into your workout routine is a great way to stay in shape. Running provides a wide range of health benefits, but if you’re an outdoor runner, the winter air can be very harsh on your skin. If you live in an area where the temperature during the winter often drops below 32 degrees Fahrenheit, your skin can be very vulnerable to frostbite. If treadmills during the winter definitely aren’t for you, the next best thing is to make sure that you moisturize your skin well before you head out for your run. Our Rejuvenating Day Cream and Retexturizing Body Butter can help your skin beat the cold.

Also, if you find yourself having cracked lips during runs, try our Revitalizing Eye cream! It may sound strange, but the proprietary and active ingredient Aquabeautine XL® only dissolves the dead skin cells while allowing living cells to thrive and flourish. You can read more about it here.





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