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11
Dec

Top Foods for Healthy, Vibrant Skin

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The secret to achieving healthy, vibrant skin is to eat the right foods. If your diet consists largely of high-sodium and high-fat (the bad fat) foods, you’ll face an uphill battle trying to improve your skin. So, what are some of the best foods for your skin? Salmon First on...
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6
Nov

How to Clear Up Acne Blemishes Fast

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Contrary to popular belief, acne can affect anyone at any given age. While it’s most common among adolescents, even adults can experience blemishes and breakouts. Thankfully, acne usually clears up on its own. But if you want to expedite the process, there are a few additional steps you can take....
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30
Oct

How to Prevent Rosacea Flareups

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Affecting up to 3 million people in the United States, rosacea is an all-too-common skin condition that’s characterized by bouts of skin redness and inflammation, typically occurring on the face. While there’s no cure for it, there are ways to reduce the frequency and severity of flareups. If you suffer...
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24
Oct

6 Tips for Ultra-Sensitive Skin

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Do you have sensitive skin? No two people have the exact same skin type. Those with sensitive skin, however, experience more noticeable reactions to the heat, cold, moisture, sun and products. You may experience skin dryness, for instance, during the winter, or perhaps certain skincare products cause your skin to...
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17
Oct

How to Treat Itchy, Dry Skin

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Do you suffer from itchy, dry skin? When skin becomes dry, it loses its elasticity while also flaking, peeking and cracking, all of which can cause it to itch. Thankfully, there are several steps you can take to treat itchy and dry skin. Allergies While dry skin alone can cause...
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10
Oct

5 Reasons to Use Shea Butter on Your Skin

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If you look at the ingredients of some of the top moisturizing creams and lotions, you’ll notice that many of them contain shea butter. Derived from the extracted fat of the shea tree (Vitellaria paradoxa), it has some remarkable properties when used for skincare. If you’re still skeptical, check out...
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3
Oct

Why Do I Have Oily Skin?

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This is an all-too-common question asked by countless people. Our skin produces natural oils, known as sebum, to hydrate and protect against dryness. However, some men and women produce an excessive amount of sebum. When this occurs, excess oil clogs the pores while subsequently contributing to acne breakouts and blemishes....
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25
Sep

Overview of Atopic Dermatitis and How to Manage It

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Atopic dermatitis, or what’s more commonly known as atopic eczema, is a common skin condition that’s characterized by localized inflammation, redness and swelling to one or more allergens. According to the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, approximately 20% of the general population will develop atopic dermatitis...
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18
Sep

Vitamin D and Your Skin Health: What You Should Know

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Are you getting enough vitamin D? According to a study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), roughly two-thirds of the U.S. adult population suffers from a vitamin D deficiency. Unfortunately, these individuals have have a greater risk of developing a myriad of health problems. Why Vitamin...
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13
Sep

6 Tips to Prevent Acne Blemishes

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Some people assume that acne only occurs when you’re a teenager, but this isn’t necessarily true. While it’s certainly more common during adolescence, anyone can develop acne at any age in their life. Thankfully, there are steps you can take to protect against breakouts and blemishes, including the following. #1)...