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Clean Beauty for the Skin Below the Chin
There's a lot of conflicting language in the beauty industry; all the time we hear about new products that are "clean, natural, sustainable," or even "green". But what does clean really mean?
Another Kind of Half Bath
Sometimes you don't have time (or even the tub) for the full soak. Maybe you're working with a shower-only situation, or don't want to deal with waiting for the tub to fill up.Lucky for you, there are some alternatives to taking a full bath; something as simple as soaking your hands and feet...
Esker Explores: The Difference Between Dry vs. Dehydrated Skin
As winter approaches, we're exploring the differences between dry vs. dehydrated skin and the ingredients we use to treat each one.
From Bathroom to Day Spa: How to Transform Your Space into a Personal Sanctuary
All of our favorite products and rituals that help us turn a mundane bathroom routine into a luxurious, at-home day spa getaway.
How To Use Our Body Plane: Easy Techniques for Smooth & Exfoliated Summer Skin
After months of research and design development, we finally got to release what is by far the most unique item in Esker’s collection of body care tools, the Body Plane. It’s our modernized version of the Strigil, an ancient tool used by romans and greeks to clean themselves and scrape...
Your Softest, Cleanest Skin Yet: The Body Plane Tool
When you use the Body Plane on oiled skin for the first time (and every time), you’ll notice how much dead skin and dirt lifts away from the surface with the oil. We liken it to using a Bioré pore strip: kind of gross to see what was sitting on...
Why You Should Be Dry Brushing (And How to Do It Right)
Dry brushing is something you might have seen among the other myriad wellness techniques flooding your Instagram account, or perhaps you’ve seen a dry brush among the other skincare tools on display at your favorite shop, its firm bristles resembling something you think might be used to comb through horse...
By The Skin of Your Neck
The skin above your neck isn’t the same as the skin below it, so you shouldn’t necessarily treat them the same way. Here’s the difference between the two and why your body could use a bit more of these types of treatments.