CBD has been inching its way into beauty products over the last year, having been shown to have powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties—and claiming to ease anything from wrinkles to dark spots. Though research on CBD and skincare is still its infancy, you can find products all over the market with various ratios of CBD and differing price points. CBD's potential medicinal properties have particular interest to me because I currently suffer from very dry skin and a disorder called dermatographic urticaria , also known as "skin writing. Plus, I can scratch my forehead to alleviate an itch and leave patches of rough dry skin everywhere around me. Gross, right?
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Beatrice Hazlehurst 19 January When it comes to many expensive, invasive or just plain bizarre beauty treatments we are faced with an age-old question: is the juice worth the squeeze? Just because you heard from a reliable friend with a reliable friend who has a loose connection to Gwenyth Paltrow that slathering your body in freshly-made jelly and sitting in the fridge for four minutes is the key to great skin, does that mean it's worth it? Maybe not. One of the weirdest and wildest and messiest of them all is spermine beauty treatments, the act of putting semen on your face and hair for anti-aging and hair vitality, which held the nation's attention several years ago. Just like Kim's vampire facial, it quickly became written-off as one of the more stranger fads to hit the beauty industry, but that doesn't mean it faded away completely. There are still salons that offer treatments involving semen, and of course, a Cosmo writer that reported positive results and many people foraging for answers on forums as to whether it will help acne. Even Liz Phair claimed her flawless skin was a result of her sex life, more specifically, "facials.
Also, they can cause irritation and may not remove blackheads. Avoid pore strips if you have skin allergies or sensitive skin. If you use these strips, be sure to follow all package directions. Also, only use them once a week at most and cleanse your skin after. Charcoal masks Activated charcoal is a trendy skincare ingredient.
Jacqueline Kilikita Illustration: Mallory Heyer From silicone makeup blenders to vampire facials Kim Kardashian, we're looking at you , it's easy to lose count of the gimmicks, fads and trends that filter into the beauty sphere and back out again, but dermaplaning — using a sharper-than-sharp scalpel-like razor to shave your face of hairs and dead skin cells — is one craze that just won't budge. If you're active on Instagram, you might have seen a handful of celebrities and beauty editors giving the treatment a go; their faces being scraped and then perfected with all manner of tools, lotions and potions — but why is everyone going mad over it? And is it for you? Advertisement What is dermaplaning and what are the benefits? Jonquille Chantrey , cosmetic surgeon and skin expert.