Skincare

While maskne can be aggravating, ditching your mask is not an option. As numbers are getting higher, wearing a mask these days is of penultimate...

Acne myths!Let’s set the record straight on some of the most common myths around the internet.

Layering skincare can be confusing. The general rule is to apply lightweight formulas first to be easily absorbed without the barrier of heavier creams. It's...

Sunscreen is hands down the essential step in your routine. A lot of skincare can vary from person to person, but wearing SPF is the...

Both PIH and PIE are responses to inflammation and irritation. PIH is a melanin response that leaves a dark mark on the skin. It can...

It's in the front of the bottle because it's a powerhouse skin-identical superstar ingredient that serves as a natural humectant keeping the skin lipids between...

We know vitamins are critical for our overall health, but when applied topically, how exactly can they benefit our skin?   Vitamin A   Vitamin...

We chose to add #squalane into the Cella cream because of it's thin, ultra-light texture. It sinks into the skin fast to plump and hydrate...

We believe that cleansing is one of the most important steps in the skincare routine—if your #skin isn’t totally clean, your other products just won’t...

Alcohol is one of the most misunderstood ingredients in skincare.     Simple alcohols on an ingredients list are listed as: ethanol, alcohol, alcohol denat,...

Acne is normal! It is something that many of us have struggled with, and there has been so much incorrect information. Acne is usually activated...

This is the Cella cream’s complete list of ingredients and the role each plays in the cream. You can read about each one more in...

We formulated Cella with many of these incredible skin-identical ingredients. These skincare ingredients help enrich the skin's surface, saturating it with revitalizing hydration and maintaining...

      AHA BHA PHA refers to the three hydroxy acids that are found in various substances in nature, namely Alpha Hydroxy acids, Beta...

Think of ceramides as moisture magnets that bond the skin cells together to create a barrier within the skin’s surface … creating a protective layer...