When you have oily skin, the last thing you might think about is a moisturizer. After all, why would you add another product to your skin when you’re trying to reduce its oiliness? In reality, there are a whole host of benefits to using a daily moisturizer if your skin is oily or pimple-prone.
Let’s face it: being a teenager can be rough. On top of dealing with school and trying to keep up with friends and family, your body undergoes many sudden
changes that can have you going to bed with clear skin and waking up with an acne breakout. But that doesn’t mean the situation is hopeless. Dormer211
is dedicated to helping teenagers all across North America learn to glow from the inside out and to love their skin!
If you live in a northern climate, chances are you’re not getting a lot of sunshine. This may put you at a disadvantage of receiving adequate vitamin D, the sunshine vitamin. Vitamin D is important to the function of our immune system, bones and overall health. In fact, our bodies recognize its need so much that our skin synthesizes it when we are outdoors and are directly exposed to UVB rays. If you are not getting enough vitamin D through your diet or from the sun, taking supplements will help to increase your intake. Many people are deficient in vitamin D but what’s particularly notable is that those who suffer from psoriasis, atopic dermatitis and other skin diseases have very low levels of the vitamin and should consider sun therapy in conjunction with our line of products as an added healing method towards better skin health.
Did you know that one of the most common causes of allergic contact dermatitis (ACD) is a metal allergy? The three metals that have shown to be the most disruptive to our immune system and sensitive to our skin are nickel, chrome and cobalt. They are everywhere around us either intentionally or accidentally, from the jewellery we wear to the canned foods we eat to the cement and concrete we use as construction material or metal alloys we use in manufacturing processes. An allergic reaction is often demonstrated by an itchy rash on the skin where contact was made with the metal.