OROGOLD has a lot to say on the subject of using gold in skin care, but lately people seem to be embracing the use of diamonds. They certainly make a distinct ingredient that helps separate products from their peers. It isn’t even a simple gimmick d... read more

The wonderful properties of Vitamin C come up a lot in skin care. OROGOLD has even discussed them in the past to provide a clear understanding of why we cherish the vitamin so much. With the skin care industry’s love of vitamin C, it often seems str... read more

Most people think of algae as being entirely composed of microscopic organisms that get eaten at the lowest ends of the food chain. In truth, kelp is a large form of brown algae known for a variety of useful properties. OROGOLD has previously discussed th... read more

Skin care is governed by the quest for the best ingredients for each possible skin issue. This is why we keep an eye out at every new trend to see if there is something new to be learned. Wheat germ oil is becoming an increasingly popular addition to a va... read more

A lot of beauty advice revolves around choosing just the right products for your skin. Creams and lotions are all familiar ways for people to get a product due to how commonly they get used. Serums are a little different. You likely recognize them as the ... read more

Trying to take care of your skin properly is a constant mix of staying aware of any changes to your skin and finding new products to match the changes to your skin. Fortunately, most of these changes are often short-lived and based on something in your li... read more

Nutrients, vitamins, and extracts are all have special places in skin care. Our skins benefit from vitamin E for healing and regeneration while vitamin C can boost collagen production and help fight free radicals. But what all about all these extracts? Ma... read more

Nature-based products are particularly popular in skin care circles as there is a confidence boost when you can pronounce the primary ingredient in any given product. We already know that citric acid, which you find in lemons, is useful in skin care as it... read more

One of the best aspects about knowing what’s good for your skin is that it carries over across multiple levels of care typically. Nuts and seeds provide a selection of nutrients and oils that support numerous aspects of healthy skin when you eat the... read more

The skin care industry achieves its results by knowing what compounds are the best to use for a given type of skin. You don’t have the benefit of trained staff and scientists though and it can make looking at the container a product comes in a bit i... read more