Pimples and Bacteria Trilogy: Pt. 2 – External Bacteria

In our previous post, we discussed the cause of oily skin and pimples. We would be remiss if we didn’t also discuss bacteria. Let’s Dive In At any given moment there are hundreds of types of bacteria living on your skin. Are these microscopic critters helpful or problematic? The skin’s microbiome (environment), also known as…

Pimples and Bacteria Trilogy: Pt. 1 – Oily Skin

While oil is essential for keeping your skin supple and hydrated, too much of it can cause problems. This is because bacteria like to feed off of specific skin oils. In this 3-part series, we will talk about how oily skin and bacteria cause pimples and how this process can be stopped in its tracks. The…

Find Out Why You May Have Dry, Dehydrated and Oily Skin All at the Same Time

People who have skin conditions due to excess oil production, such as acne often over wash and under-moisturize, leading to skin that is dehydrated but still oily. Dehydrated skin typically feels tight and dry, even after a moisturizer is applied. Additionally, dehydrated skin can result from not drinking enough water. Those living in dry, arid…