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Nov 20th

Look and Feel Better During Cold and Flu Season

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Here we are again, welcome to cold and flu season! So many aspects of this season can be hard on your skin: blowing your nose, stress, and taking medication to manage the symptoms are some examples. If you’re struck with a winter malady, here are some tips to keep your skin in better condition.  If […]

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Nov 10th

Is Fall Weather Drying Out Your Skin?

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Dry skin is caused when skin loses too much water or oil, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. The key to treating dry skin is preventing the loss of moisture through proper skin care. While drinking 8-10 glasses of water a day is beneficial for so many reasons, it is not the only thing […]

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Oct 28th

Fall For These Seasonally Inspired Face and Body Treatments!

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What better way to celebrate the arrival of fall than with some seasonally inspired face and body pampering? Pumpkin Mask Pumpkins are brimming with Vitamin A,  antioxidants, Vitamin C, and Zinc. This mask is great for all skin types and will give your face a healthy glow. Ingredients: 1 tablespoon of canned pumpkin 1 teaspoon […]

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Oct 17th

Relief For Sensitive Skin

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Do you have sensitive skin, or do you feel like your skin reacts poorly to many products? Do you fight against breakouts, or dry, irritated skin? Sometimes these symptoms can be relieved by following some simple guidelines and avoiding these four problem ingredients: Fragrance Fragrance is a very common additive in everything from our skin care […]

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Oct 5th

Are These Four Things Sabotaging Your Skin?

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You know the basics of skincare – don’t go out without sunscreen, don’t touch your face too much, keep a cleansing routine day and night.  But some of your other everyday habits have the potential to cause problems.  Which of these might be stressing out your skin? 1. Alcohol.  Drinking too much alcohol overworks your […]

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