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How to treat uneven skin tone?

For uneven skin texture and skin tone or hyperpigmentation, we recommend using turmeric as it has strong anti-inflammatory properties, which are essential for evening out skin texture, skin tone and skin complexion. It also works wonders for preventing acne and blemishes on the skin. Turmeric oil can moderate any excess melanin production in the skin in order to ease hyper-pigmentation. You can find turmeric in Stroke (double cleansing protection) and Polish (turmeric body scrub).  Stroke (double cleansing protection) also contains citric acid, which is great for brightening the skin. It works by gently exfoliating skin and removing any dead skin cells. Citric acid helps correct uneven skin tones, dark patches, scars, as well as age spots and dark circles under the eyes. The skin under the eyes is sensitive and therefore calls for gentle...

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What about men's grooming and beard treatment?

Like It On Top offers a range of skin and body care products for both men and women. Our unisex product range is made from 100% natural, organic and vegan ingredients. Our cruelty-free face oils and body care is suitable for both men and women with all skin types.  We highly recommend Sustain (oil cleansing protection) as it is particularly useful for men's grooming and treating beards, moustaches or overall facial hair. Key ingredients in Sustain include avocado oil, perfect for treating excessive dry skin and eliminating dandruff. Avocado oil also contains vitamins A,D, and E to increase collagen production and give your beard a fuller and more healthy appearance. Vitamin E softens beard hair, which makes it much easier to groom and style, great for...

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How to cope with cystic acne naturally?

What is acne?  Acne is a very common skin condition that causes spots and oily skin. The most common symptoms of acne are spots on the face, back and chest; with oily skin that might be oily and painful to touch. Acne may be linked to hormonal changes or could be hereditary. There are a multitude of ways to treat acne, but there are natural ingredients that you can use to treat acne and cystic acne.    What is cystic acne?  Cystic acne is a very severe type of acne where the skin's pores become blocked. This can lead to infection and inflammation in the skin. Cystic acne is a skin condition that mainly affects the face, upper body and upper arms....

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What's the best oil for your skin type?

Like It On Top offers a range of skin and body care products made from only natural, organic and vegan ingredients. We offer face oils for all skin types. Here are our recommendations based on whether you have dry skin, normal to combination skin, oily skin, acne prone skin, hyperpigmentation or mature skin:Dry Skin The best face oils for dry skin include avocado oil, sweet almond oil, apricot oil and camellia oil; with essential oils such as lavender oil, geranium oil, jasmine oil, rosehip oil and cedarwood seed oil. You can find sweet almond oil in Sustain (oil cleansing protection) and Polish (body scrub protection). Sweet almond oil contains omega-3 fatty acids to heal acne and other facial scars and...

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What about hyperpigmentation?

Hyperpigmentation is a term used to describe darker patches of skin, which result from excess melanin production. Hyperpigmentation can affect all skin types and may be caused by acne scars, hormonal changes, sun damage and physical damage to skin. It is caused by an overproduction of melanin, which in turn leads to darker patches of skin and/or uneven skin tone. The best facial oils to treat hyperpigmentation include tea tree oil, lavender oil, geranium oil, frankincense oil, neroli oil, chamomile oil, clary sage oil, turmeric oil, and rosemary essential oil. If you're dealing with hyperpigentation Like It On Top focuses on protecting the epidermis, which is the body’s top layer of skin seen on the surface. This layer of skin provides a...

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