• Is Witch Hazel Bad For Your Skin?

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    Is Witch Hazel Bad For Your Skin?
    Witch Hazel. Are you a good witch or a bad witch? Witch Hazel is a plant-derived, skin soothing antioxidant and astringent that clarifies pores, enhances the appearance of dry, damaged skin and restores skin suppleness. It is often used to control excessive oil production- which is great for oily, acne-prone skin. In recent years this natural ingredient has gotten a bad wrap from skincare...
  • Melanin & Vitamin D Deficiency

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    Melanin & Vitamin D Deficiency
    Skin high in melanin is often Vitamin D deficient. Why? Because large amounts of melanin reduce the skin's ability to absorb sunlight. This is key because a major source of Vitamin D is exposure to natural sunlight and dark skin requires at least 3-5 times longer sun exposure to make the same amount of Vitamin D produced by an individual with light skin. Vitamin...
  • Oily, Acne Prone Skin?

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    Oily, Acne Prone Skin?
    Oily, acne prone skin? Beta Glucan is a sugar molecule found in the cell walls of plants that has antioxidant and humectant properties, inhibits melanin oxidation (reducing the appearance of scars) and is 20% more hydrating than Hyaluronic Acid* according to studies. We've added it to our Something Borrowed...Something BHA 2% Toner to buffer the potential drying effects of the exfoliant & smooth and...
  • Vow Beauty x Afterpay

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    Vow Beauty x Afterpay
    We've partnered with Installments by Afterpay so that US based customers can get #vowskin now and pay later! Just place your favorite Vow Beauty products in your cart, select Afterpay as your payment method at checkout & pay in four interest-free installments when you spend $35 or more!  Visit www.afterpay.com for more information.
  • Licorice for Skin?

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    Licorice for Skin?
        Licorice Root Extract is a gentle, plant-based skin brightening agent that fights hyperpigmentation & dark spots, promotes even skin tone and enhances the depigmenting effect of Vitamin C. Find Licorice Root Extract in our Vitamin C Serum, Eye Gel & Lip Balm!
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