the lola blog

  • The Tea on Hyaluronic Acid

    As we age, HA decreases and is no longer as present in our skin and bodies as it was once in our early years. This is why as we age, the moisture and elasticity of our skin begins to change. This is why it has become so popular in the skincare realm over the past few years.

    HA = Hydration
    HA can hold up to 1,000 times its molecular weight in water! That’s wild! Can we say hello to moisture and rejuvenation for our skin.

  • The Tea on Our New Products!

    Our clear skin face cleanser is a sulfate free, aloe-based wash for combination to oily skin types and also a great choice for those with sensitive skin. 
    Ingredient Highlight:
    Aloe- helps skin retain moisture.
    Willow Bark- an anti-inflammatory known to clear pores and reduce acne.
    Vitamin C- helps reduce hyperpigmentation

  • Night Skincare Routine vs Morning Skincare Routine

    Daytime
    Start by washing with a gentle cleanser. Bacteria from our pillowcases can get onto our skin as we sleep at night. Cleansing in the morning with a cleanser is important to give your skin a fresh start as you begin your day. Follow up your cleansing with a hydrating toner, a light moisturizer and SPF.
  • Help with the New Year/Holiday Blues

    It is not uncommon to hear the unfortunate, but true stat that the holidays tend to be amongst the saddest time of year for many people. The thing is, that sadness does not always go away once the holidays are over. For many, it lingers and shows up in our everyday lives and can even affect the people we love.

    At lola’s, yes we are a skincare company. However, we firmly believe that skincare is self-care, and you cannot talk about self-care without talking about mental health. Though we are not mental health professionals, we want to offer you a few tips that may help you get out of a holiday slump and lift your spirits. Let’s dive in!

  • How to Use Vitamin C

    With the release of our new products, a few questions have rolled in about the use of Vitamin C and exactly how it should fit into your skincare routine. Well, look no further- we are here to help! Here are the top tips we feel you should know if you are new to using Vitamin C in your skincare routine.
  • How is Skincare Equal to Self-Care?

    Skincare is definitely a form of selfcare! Regardless of where you are on your skincare journey and whether or not you are in love with the current state of your skin, you can still allow your skincare routine to be a form of self-love. Let’s dive a bit deeper with the top 3 pieces of evidence as to why skincare is equivalent to self-care/self-love.
  • Thank You!

    You all are amazing at supporting and never hesitate to share your experiences with our product on the website! Over 95% 5-star rating is a big deal! We understand that there are tons of skincare products on the market and you can literally choose from anything, but you choose to give us a try and continue coming back! For that, we are beyond thankful!
  • Skincare Don'ts

    So many skincare dos plastered on everything! Lawrd, are y'all feeling overwhelmed too? We understand!

    We decided to simplify things with 3 simple skincare don'ts to avoid instead. Get these down and you’ll be on the right track.

  • Why We Started

    You see, Ruby’s initial passion is the arts. She is an actor, has written and directed theatrical plays and loves working as a creative director. Many may ask “why in the world would she choose to start a skincare business of all things?”. Great question! As an actor, your face is the first thing a casting director sees when considering to call you in for an audition. It’s the step that comes before getting your foot in the door. As someone that has had consistent issues with her skin and found it difficult to constantly afford the high end, natural and vegan products that actually worked, she decided to change the narrative.
  • Should I Be Using Anti-Aging Products?

    It’s not uncommon for many skincare lovers to skip over the products labeled anti-aging because we believe we do not need them yet. Well, we’ve got news for you!

    Many dermatologists actually agree that you should begin using anti-aging ingredients as early as your twenties. Your twenties is when your skin starts to age, and even though it may not be immediately noticeable, the truth is -it is. So, grab your products!

  • How Your Diet Effects Acne

    There are certain steps you can take in regards to your diet to help aid your skin in getting as clear as possible. According to a Harvard study, certain foods promote inflammation in our bodies which can trigger those dreaded acne outbreaks. Foods that cause inflammation are:
  • The Tea on Pimple Popping.

    You’re delaying the healing.
    Our bodies are made so miraculously that most times they already know exactly what we need in order to heal. When we pop that pimple, we delay the natural healing process. Not popping can result in clearer skin faster than popping and then having to deal with the inflammation, redness and additional breakouts after popping.
  • The Tea on Hyperpigmentation

    Hyperpigmentation can sound kinda scary. Though it isn’t pleasing and can sometimes affect your self esteem, it’s not as scary as it sounds. Here’s the low down on hyperpigmentation!


    What is hyperpigmentation?
    In short, hyperpigmentation is darkened spots or patches on the skin. It occurs when there is an excess of melanin production in certain areas, and this forms those darker spots on the skin.

  • Double Cleansing

    What is double cleansing?

    Double cleansing originated in Japan and Korea. It’s a practice of doing exactly what’s in the name, cleansing twice. The key is in the type of cleansers that you choose to double cleanse with. Usually this cleansing is completed with 2 different types of cleanser, though some do opt to clean with the same cleanser back to back. It really depends on your skin and it’s needs. 

  • The Skin Diet

    While having quality products are of course important when on the journey to healthy skin, it’s not the only piece to the puzzle.

    Healthy skin is a combination of genetics, diet, products, and lifestyle.

    Here, we are touching on the diet portion of this skincare puzzle. Check out our top 3 diet tips to help you get on the right path to healthy skin.

  • full ingredient list

    Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice (Organic Aloe)

    Purpose: Aloe contains antioxidants, Vitamins A and C, and enzymes. In addition, it is an anti-inflammatory that has been known to treat dry skin, and acne.