Tag: skin care

Here’s How to Save Your Skin from Melanoma

As we are getting into the month of May, we need to be even more aware of the risks that threaten our skin, especially those that can cause melanoma. May is national melanoma month and there is no better time to learn a few things that will save your skin from this condition. For Caucasian

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Here’s How to Break the Habit of Skin Picking

Skin picking is a bad habit and can cause some serious skin conditions. Still, many of us are guilty of picking at our blemishes. Here are five ways to break your skin picking habit: 1. Set Your Mind to Not Pick Your Skin Whether you make a solemn pledge not to pick your skin, sign

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How to Care for the Skin on Your Chest

Far too often, people don’t give enough attention to the chest area in their anti-aging efforts, whereas the chest should be ranked very closely behind the face and the neck. The reason for this is that the chest, especially its upper area is often exposed to the sun and this can cause brown sports, redness

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Adult Acne? Here’s How to Deal With It

For many people, their teen years were marked by acne, but when you reach your 20s, you are usually free of it; that is, if you are a guy. For women, the situation is a bit different.  They are more likely to get “adult acne”, and here is why. Women get adult acne because of

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Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Wash Your Face with Bar Soap

Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Wash Your Face with Bar Soap Almost every household in America has at least one in its bathroom, but could using a bar soap actually be bad for your face? A lot of estheticians and skin experts today claim that it could be. Here’s why: Modern Bar Soaps are Better, but

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How Bad is UV Lighting for Your Skin?

UV or ultraviolet lighting, as you have probably heard, is not the best thing for your skin and DNA. While Sun exposure does have some benefits, such as improving our mood by producing chemicals called tryptamines and triggering the production of vitamin D, which helps fight colds and fight depression, prolonged exposure to Sun is

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How Important is Water for Your Skin?

You don’t need a nutrition expert to tell you that drinking water is important for your health. Of course, there is a wide debate about whether you should be drinking 8 glasses of water every day (about 2-3 liters) and whether this includes only clear water or fruits and vegetables and other, non-alcoholic, sugar-free beverages,

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How to Have a Clear, Pimple-free Face

We all want to look attractive to those around us, right? We dress nicely when we are meeting someone we want to impress, get a new haircut, and do all sorts of things. But a single red pimple on our nose or forehead can spell disaster for our date or presentation before it even starts.

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Protect Your Skin from the Sun’s Harmful Rays with Sunforgettable

Exposure to Ultraviolet light is the leading risk factor for all types of skin cancer. According to American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) one in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime. The AAD recommends staying in the shade, wearing protective clothing and using a sunscreen when you are out in the sun. During

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  • Cleanse your face
  • Take a Visia skin analysis photo
  • Discuss your goals
  • Develop a treatment plan
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