• 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!
  • The Protein-Skin-Hair Connection

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    The Protein-Skin-Hair Connection
      Major protein deficiency can trigger hair loss and also impact your skin- leaving it dry, flaky, irritated and de-pigmented. Be sure to include healthy amounts of protein in your diet! Our fave plant based options include tofu, beans, chickpeas and lentils.
  • Dark Lips? Alpha Arbutin to the Rescue!

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    Dark Lips? Alpha Arbutin to the Rescue!
      Suffering from dark or discolored lips? Historically, the skin bleaching agent hydroquinone has been used to treat hyperpigmented skin. While highly effective, hydroquinone has been linked to system-organ toxicity, loss of skin elasticity and is banned in Europe, Japan, South Africa and Australia. It also has been attributed to the phenomenon of rebound pigmentation- where the skin to which it is applied becomes...
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