Throughout our lives, we all have experiences that injure our skin, leaving behind unwanted scars. Any burn, injury, surgery, or other trauma can cause these. How your skin develops scars depends on multiple factors: the depth and size of the wound, your heredity, your age, and even your gender and ethnicity. Since it is more… Read More »
Have you found that the winter months can be annoyingly harsh on your skin? Between the frigid temperatures, harsh winds, and dry indoor heat, winter is the worst time of year when it comes to keeping our skin hydrated, healthy and supple, especially if you’re not sure of the best way to go about it…. Read More »
Summer means spending plenty of time catching some rays, whether you attend a backyard barbecue, participate in an adult sports league, or dance the day away at a music festival. Now that summer is winding down, however, you may be starting to notice accumulated sun damage from years past catching up to you. What can… Read More »
In this era of social media, the latest trends in skin care can get hot fast. In some cases, their rapidly spreading popularity can outpace sound medical advice. Here are five hot skin-care trends that you should avoid if you care about the health of your skin. 1. Peel-Off Face Masks Can Damage Your Skin… Read More »
Summertime can be magical. We switch up our wardrobes, head to the beach, and get long summer nights with friends and family. However, these hot months come with a whole new set of challenges to keeping your skin clean, clear, and fresh. Regardless of the season, maintaining a healthy skin routine is vital to glowing,… Read More »
Summer is finally in full swing! The sun shines bright, barbecues are blazing, and sundresses, shorts, and flip flops have been pulled from the closet. While the possibilities of summer fun are endless, this season can also bring up a whole set of anxieties about wrinkles, unwanted lines, and skin aging. Even those with every… Read More »
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