Skin Care Speaks. What Does YOUR Skin Say About You?

At Skin Care Detective, we take a low-risk approach to caring for the skin. Get the low-down on how to minimize flaws and reveal healthier skin naturally.

No drugs, no surgery, no pain, no kidding.

I created this site to provide essential information to help you make smart decisions about skin care. Fact is, your skin absorbs chemicals and passes them into your bloodstream. So you may want to think about using gentler and safer products if you aren't already.

You probably know this, but it’s so important it needs to be stressed. As well as being your largest organ, your skin is exposed to many hazards everyday, like wind, rain and pollutants. So be kind to your skin.

You don’t need Botox, chemical peels or other painful and risky procedures to look as good as possible or even look better than your chronological age. There are so many anti aging products out there, but not all of them are safe or effective.

Think your skin could use a little help? Join the club. I have oily skin that is prone to spots and I've finally learned to keep any breakouts few and far between without using products that caused peeling and irritation.

So how did I do this?

Elementary, my dear Reader.

Stick around and you’ll get smart prevention and maintenance tips for improving the look and feel of your skin naturally.

Discover simple steps you can take to improve conditions such as acne, oily skin, dry skin, rosacea and others. You'll also find information on caring for baby skin.

Arm yourself with essential information to help you minimize any flaws and imperfections without leaving home. I’ve trawled through countless articles, reports and books to get all of this information on skin care. And I’ve learned from my own experience too (and paid the hefty school fees too!)

You’ll need to use the tips you’ll find here consistently before you can expect to see results. Give your skin some tender loving care and you’ll start to see an improvement in its complexion and texture.

Sure, it won’t happen overnight. Not even surgery will produce instant results.

Enough said. Let's get started. I'd like to tell you all I know about achieving healthier-looking skin naturally. You can do this at home, and fit it into the busiest schedule.

Be ahead of the game. No matter what type of skin you have, make it glow with the tips you’ll get here.

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Oily skin has its own problems, like open pores and spots, but it also has some advantages. Control the production of excess oil without irritating the skin.
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Dry skin is affected by the environment and is often associated with fine lines and flaky patches. Get tips for dealing with these and other problems.
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Although sensitive skin is quite common, it is not completely defined or understood. In fact, it can mean different things to different people. This guide explains how to care for delicate skin.
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Pregnancy skin conditions are common and cause anxiety in many women, but they are often harmless. This is a guide to managing skin changes safely.
Help for Acne
This site provides help for acne, a common skin disorder that affects teenagers, adults and even babies. Get tips for controlling acne.
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Baby skin care is important for the baby's comfort and wellbeing. Children's skin is vulnerable to toxic chemicals, so it makes sense to be selective about the products used for children.
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