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New Year, New Skin

As 2019 comes to a close and 2020 will signify once again a new year, why not try something different and start the new year right with a skin treatment. While everyone’s new year’s resolutions usually are to join the gym or stop smoking (which is horrible for the...

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How to Gift Your Friends Botox

Want to give your wife, husband, girlfriend, boyfriend, partner, or friend the gift of a lifetime? Why not gift them Botox! Gifting your friends Botox is something that is different, unique, and switches from the scarf or gift card you were just going to give. Follow...

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Skincare for the Holidays

The holidays, although joyful, can actually be very stressful. The holiday season can take a toll on your body, not just mentally but physically as well, causing skin conditions to worsen. While you may be trying to keep the party going, you also need to make sure...

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How to Treat Eczema for Kids

Eczema in children can be tricky and hard to teat because each child is different. What may work for your child may not work for another, as each case is unique and personalized. With trying to treat eczema for kids you might have to try a few different techniques or...

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Thanksgiving Foods That Trigger Acne

Thanksgiving is around the corner followed by even more holidays. With the holiday season coming up just around the corner, everyone wants to make sure their skin is in optimal condition – clear, hydrated and photo-ready. But did you know that certain Thanksgiving...

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Common Skin Conditions Triggered by Holiday Stress

As you have probably noticed, once the holiday season rolls around, breakouts and other skin conditions decide to make an unwelcome appearance. It is no lie that the holidays can trigger skin conditions and make flare-ups worse due to the weather, stress, all the...

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How Chemical Peels Help Acne

Chemical peels have been around for a while, but they’ve become increasingly popular over the last several years, particularly to take care of acne. If you have tried just about everything to diminish your breakouts and you’re ready to just get rid of those bumps and...

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What You Need to Know About Rosacea

Whether you only think you have rosacea or you’ve recently been diagnosed, you’re likely in the dark about what this skin condition actually is, including its causes and possible treatments. Rosacea can be hard to diagnose and only a medical dermatology center is...

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All About Sunscreen and Protecting Your Skin

Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States, and about 1 in 5 Americas will develop skin cancer by the age of 70.1 That said, sunscreen is an important aspect of skincare to help prevent skin cancer and protect you from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet...

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What Does Dehydration Do to Your Skin?

Dehydration is a condition that occurs when an individual has lost so much fluid, mostly water, that the body can no longer function normally. The most obvious sign of dehydration is thirst. However, there are other signs and symptoms of dehydration, including...

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