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Healthy Skin at Every Age

Many people stick with the same skincare routine for years or even decades with no problems, only to wake up one day and find that their skin is suddenly much drier or less smooth and supple than what seems normal. If you have started to notice subtle (or not so subtle) changes in your skin’s […]

  • Posted on: Nov 28 2017
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Celebrate National Healthy Skin Month This November!

November is National Healthy Skin Month, making it a great time to re-evalutate your current skin care routine and implement any necessary changes or improvements. Even if you already have a routine that you love or have been using for years, skin needs change over time, and something that worked in the past may suddenly […]

  • Posted on: Nov 14 2017
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The Best Halloween Makeup Ideas to Try This Season

October has commenced and spooky festivities are looming around the corner. Halloween is not only a horror enthusiast’s paradise but also a much-awaited celebration for makeup artists. If you are struggling to get your creative juices flowing, check out these Halloween makeup ideas to try this season. The Creepy Clown Stephen King has ruled the […]

  • Posted on: Oct 25 2017
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How To Protect Your Skin During Halloween

An allergic rash that lasts until Thanksgiving? Forget ghosts — that’s really scary. Before you paint a Wonder Woman headband on your forehead, glue on sparkly lashes or dribble fake blood over your skin, think ahead to November 1st. How you treat your skin on Halloween may have a frighteningly big impact on how it […]

  • Posted on: Oct 19 2017
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*Some restrictions apply. See below. Finding the balance between aging gracefully and still looking young is important for women and men alike. “With each passing year, our skin thins and becomes less elastic and common signs of aging appear. Achieving younger, healthier skin is possible no matter your age, with a balanced diet, regular exercise, […]

How to Choose UPF Clothing

Topical sunscreen products are usually the first thing to come to mind when thinking about sun protection. Wearing sunscreen with adequate SPF is essential for protecting yourself against sun damage, skin cancer, and premature aging. But protecting your skin from harmful UVA and UVB rays requires a comprehensive approach that provides the maximum amount of […]

  • Posted on: Sep 29 2017
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5 Tips To Take Your Summer Skin Into Fall

As the season changes from summer to fall, so must your skincare routine. In fact, you must pay as close attention to your daily skincare routine in the fall as you do during the summer heat. As the weather turns cooler, your skin can begin to experience breakouts, dryness and a general lackluster appearance. But […]

  • Posted on: Sep 18 2017
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What’s Trending in Men’s Skin Care

Bright, taut and smooth skin is always trendy. And while sticking to a simple skin care routine using a cleanser, moisturizer and sunscreen is essential for a healthy complexion, and sometimes skin needs extra TLC to keep looking its best. Noninvasive procedures are the hot new trend hitting the skin-care industry, and professional facials and […]

  • Posted on: Aug 30 2017
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Do Antioxidants in Skin Care Matter?

Antioxidants have long been a buzzword in the world of health, wellness and skin care. But are they really necessary (and successful) in helping with the most common dermatological problems, like the signs of aging and sun damage, or are they just another trend? The 411 on Antioxidants and Your Skin Antioxidants help to protect […]

  • Posted on: Aug 28 2017
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4 Skin Care Myths to Ignore Right Now

Separating fact from fiction can be a daunting task when it comes to skin care. While there are some universal truths we should all follow to care for our skin (like drinking enough water and protecting against sun damage), your skin is as unique as your personality and finding the best routine can involve a […]

  • Posted on: Aug 21 2017
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