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From the Blog

Caring For Your Hands

As the Coronavirus pandemic continues, we all find ourselves washing our hands and using sanitizer more than ever. While this is necessary and important to do, it can also leave our hands vulnerable to damage and contact dermatitis.

When we overwash our hands and use alcohol based sanitizers (Again - something we MUST do right now for the good of public health), our hands become stripped of essential oils and its barrier function becomes compromised. What does that mean?

Meow Meow Tweet Face Mask Recipes

Here's just a sampling of the great skin treatments you can give yourself using Meow Meow Tweet's Face Mask.

Oily Skin:
Mix a dime sized amount of powder with 1 teaspoon water and 1 teaspoon of witch hazel to create a paste. You can scale up as needed, but this should be enough to cover your entire face. The paste need not be in applied in a thick layer to be effective! Let sit until dry, approximately...

Mother Earth wants to be beautiful too.

As consumers become more and more concerned with the ingredients they are putting into and onto their bodies, one aspect of green skin care is being overlooked by some: Sustainable packaging. With single use products on the rise, we are turning the green beauty movement into an ecological nightmare.

Glutathione IV for skin lightening?

Over the past year, intravenously injecting high levels of glutathione has been trending at skin spas around the UK and, to a lesser extent, the US, with the promise of lightening hyperpigmentation faster and with fewer side effects than the traditional topical lighteners, such as hydroquinone.

But is glutathione really a panacea for sun and acne damaged skin?