While you see and feel your skin surface everyday, its intricate five-layer structure is always hidden from your naked eye. When you apply products to your skin, you’re mainly interacting with the stratum corneum. It’s the outermost layer of your skin, so it’s the only thing between your body and all that surrounds it.
Your body is its own little planet, and your skin is home to millions of microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi, and viruses.
There’s not a better way to get to know a person than by discovering those little things that one usually ignore but tells us more about a person that we could think. From Paris to San Francisco, entrepreneur Dr. Elsa has come a long way to redefine skin care and in order to learn more about the mind behind ELSI here are 10 intriguing facts of who she is when she’s not talking business.
As a startup founder, it’s not uncommon to have well-meaning people ask questions that doubt your very reason for being. As a scientist working to create change in the beauty world, those comments are even more prevalent. There’s one particular question that I hear over and over again:
For 2 weeks during the fall 2017 I backpacked solo in South Korea.
“Not only is Facial Yoga incredibly relaxing, it can help take everyday stress and tension off you face, leaving you with a glowing skin.”
What moisturizer should I use? How do I pick a moisturizer suitable for my dry and sensitive skin? What’s the difference between creams, oils, serums and mists? As a skin scientist with a passion for gentle products I look at moisturizers a bit differently...
Are you looking for a mat that is comfortable, long-lasting and affordable? Have you just started yoga and want a beginners mat? Perhaps you are looking for the perfect non-slip mat for hot classes? My hope is that this guide will help you in you research for the perfect mat.
For all the yogis out there, I think we all have met at least one: that teacher or student that shines with radiant beauty from within. It’s easy to wonder, what is their secret?
I often get asked how to clean your skin without damaging it. My golden rule is “don’t clean your skin too much”. Through my experience as a skin scientist and when I had the opportunity to work on the skin microbiome