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In What Order Should Skincare Be Applied?

You already know that skincare products can make a noticeable difference in beautifying your skin’s appearance. But, did you know that the order in which you apply skincare can affect your results? It can!  Each product is designed to benefit skin in a different way. Applying skincare in the correct order can make your daily […]

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Ultimate Guide to Anti-Pollution Skincare

Air pollutants are everywhere — indoors, outdoors and in rural and urban environments. Though air pollution likely conjures images of smoggy cities or a billowing smokestack in an industrial area, indoor environments contain a surprisingly large amount of airborne pollutants that can damage skin. These range from the common household products we use to the […]

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Retinol and Sun Exposure: Best Practices to Keep Your Skin Safe

Retinol—a derivative of vitamin A—is one of the top-recommended ingredients for anti-aging because it can do so much. This superstar ingredient can help reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, brighten dull skin, increase cellular turnover, reduce acne and fade dark spots. It also helps prevent signs of aging. Murad Alam, a dermatologist in […]

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How Often Should You Exfoliate?

Glowing, radiant-looking skin is a hallmark of good health. Though dull, scaly-looking skin can occur at any time, nearly anywhere on the body, and for any number of reasons.  You probably already know some of the common culprits — using harsh skincare ingredients — or none at all — not drinking enough water, and too […]

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More Than Self-Care: Skincare and Skin Health

The fact of the matter is that caring for your skin is also part of caring for your health. The skin is the body’s largest organ and it does much more than act as our outward expression. Skin protects your body from germs, regulates temperature and helps fight infection. Deeper layers of skin also help […]

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Skin Resurfacing Treatments In-Office vs At Home

Exfoliation is an important step for skin health. Sloughing off dead skin cells can help boost blood circulation, clean pores deeper, even skin tone, help skincare products penetrate more deeply,r and ultimately slow the appearance of aging.  Exfoliating at home is an important step in a skincare routine, but for those who want radical and […]

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How to Identify and Prioritize Skin Concerns

Shopping for skincare products can be confusing. Many products are designed to target specific skin concerns, but making sense of the terminology used in packaging and marketing can be overwhelming.  Improving the appearance of your skin starts with identifying your skincare concerns. From there, you can prioritize your skincare goals by selecting products that are […]

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Preventive Anti-Aging Skincare: Is it Ever Too Early To Start?

Aging happens: external and internal factors mean no one can remain “baby faced” forever, but advances in skin care can help with “pre-juvenation” so you’re helping to prevent signs of aging before they occur rather than correcting damage that has already occurred.  Genetics play an important role in skin’s appearance—what your skin looks like as […]

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How To Combine Active Ingredients For Best Results

Many skincare products have active ingredients—the key factors that help deliver results. Some active ingredients complement each other when used together while others may do more harm than good when mixed. Before you start playing chemist and layering ingredients on your skin, it’s good to know something about how they may interact with each other.  […]

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What To Know About Skin Exfoliating and Resurfacing at Home

There are many ways you can exfoliate or resurface your skin at home. They can range from a simple scrub with a washcloth to using products containing acids or enzymes to slough away dead skin cells.  Find out more about the different types of home-based exfoliation, how to match the right procedure to your skin […]

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Beauty From the Inside Out: Do Anti-Aging Supplements Work?

Beauty is only skin deep—or is it? Oral supplements claiming to slow the visible signs of aging are cropping up more online and on store shelves. Nutricosmetics are nutritional supplements that, depending on the formula, claim to promote beauty of skin, hair and nails. These anti-aging supplements claim they can improve skin’s health and appearance […]

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The Relationship Between Collagen and Estrogen

If you’re shopping for skincare products, you’ve probably come across many mentions of collagen. Collagen is a protein found in your body that promotes strong bones, healthy joints and skin elasticity. As you age, your body naturally produces less and less collagen. This can be a contributing factor to dry skin and wrinkles.  The benefits […]

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How to Treat Your Skin Post-Procedure for Optimal Results

Investing in your appearance isn’t new and also isn’t going anywhere. The global cosmetic laser market was $1.64 billion in 2020 and is expected to reach $3.28 billion in 2025. More and more skincare shoppers are turning to professional treatments to help maximize their skin’s potential.  Professional procedures like lasers, microneedling treatments or even injectables […]

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Ingredients to Brighten Skin Tone

Dark spots on your face — whether they’re caused by sun exposure, hormone changes or something else — are visible flaws that many wish they could unsee. Uneven skin tone and hyperpigmentation are oft-cited skin concerns and the skincare industry has identified a host of ingredients to help combat them.  Skin Tone Brightening Ingredients While […]

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Crepey Skin: Causes, Prevention and Repair

When thinking of aging, the first image to come to mind may be fine lines and wrinkles, but many women also notice a different change in their skin. Very fine lines combined with a loss of fullness can leave skin looking like a party-store streamer. This is referred to as crepey skin. Crepey skin can […]

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Why You Need to Introduce Topical Growth Factors

Growth factors are aptly named proteins because they help skin grow — or more precisely, they increase cellular regeneration. Topical growth factors can help you look younger and repair damage in your skin.  What exactly are growth factors? They’re proteins naturally found in the body that communicate with your cells to produce more elastin and […]

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Best Gifts For Skincare Lovers

Whether it’s the luxurious act of self-care or the visible benefits of committing to a product, sincere skincare lovers are always looking for their next must-have. Skincare gift sets are a trusted standby when you want to get something for a woman who has everything, but quality and efficacy run the gamut.  Biopelle is an […]

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Benefits of Laser Treatments and Post-Laser Skin Care

Have you ever wanted to erase years from your face? With facial laser treatments, you may be impressed with the outcome. Laser treatments are procedures that can help you achieve serious skincare results. They’re more powerful than your average facial, but they don’t require injections like some cosmetic procedures. There may be some recovery time […]

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Photodamaged Skin, What It Is and How to Prevent It

Sunshine is a good thing for our health, moods and sleep schedules. Our bodies absorb and use sunlight to make vitamin D, which plays an important role in preventing heart disease, osteoporosis and other diseases. Vitamin D also supports healthy immune system function and good mental health.  But too much of a good thing can […]

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Your Hyperpigmentation Questions, Answered

Many women look in the mirror and see dark spots or discoloration. This hyperpigmentation can be attributed to environmental factors, biological and hormonal changes or even adverse reactions. Hyperpigmentation is a darkening of parts of the skin beyond its natural color due to an overabundance of melanin. Common forms of hyperpigmentation include: Age or sun […]

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Free-Radical Damage And Your Skin

Keeping your skin clean and hydrated will always be important, but there are other factors that may be causing you to notice you’re just not glowing the way you would like to. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with keeping your skincare routine as simple as cleansing, toning and moisturizing, but skincare science and technology have changed […]

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What Is Estrogen Deficient Skin?

Did you know that a reduction in the production of estrogen might be causing skin issues? As you age, your estrogen levels slowly decline—especially during perimenopause, which may begin several years before you stop having menstrual periods. As you go through perimenopause, estrogen levels fluctuate and become unpredictable before dramatically dropping as you near menopause.  […]

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Signs Your Skin Is Giving You That You’re in Perimenopause

Aging is a gift, and it brings new changes. Several years before you officially start menopause, you may experience perimenopause. This is when your ovaries start producing less estrogen, and typically, it happens in your 40s, though for some women it can begin much earlier.  Perimenopause symptoms are a lot like menopause symptoms. Your breasts […]

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Different Types of Skin Aging: Intrinsic Aging vs. Extrinsic Aging

Aging is a complicated process that each of us experiences in a unique way, especially when it comes to visible aspects of aging like our hair or skin. Our genetics play an important role in our skin’s appearance. If both of your parents have maintained firm, smooth skin, chances are good that you will too. […]

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What’s Happening: Is Blue Light Aging Your Skin?

Between phones, computers, TVs and other devices, the average adult spends about 8.5 hours a day looking at screens, according to Health Partners. Not only does too much screen time affect your sleep schedule, but it may also lead to inactivity, health problems and issues with your skin. While some screen time is avoidable – […]

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Ingredient Focus: Peptides, The Secret to Fuller-Looking Skin

As a seasoned skincare aficionado, you pay attention to the industry’s latest it-ingredients, but it can be difficult to prioritize what you want in your routine. The great thing about skincare ingredients is they each have a role to play. If you’ve come across the ingredient peptides, you may be curious about what they are, […]

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Ingredient Focus: Benefits of Vitamin C for Skin

You’re probably familiar with vitamin C, an antioxidant found in citrus fruits like oranges and veggies like peppers. While vitamin C can give your immune system a boost, it can also revitalize your skin and give it a healthier glow when used topically. Your body can’t produce or store vitamin C itself, so to get […]

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What is Professional Skincare?

Browsing for skincare has never been more daunting. There are serums, oils, exfoliators and moisturizers, scrubs, toners and creams – some for day, some for night. They promise to soften wrinkles, reverse damage and make skin glow, all with “anti-aging” or “age-defying” properties. Many also vow that they are all-natural, green, organic, hypoallergenic, cruelty-free, vegan […]

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Perimenopause and Menopause: How Skin Changes With Hormones

Menopause marks a major shift in a woman’s life. Suddenly she’s hot then cold, she’s noticing changes in mood or other physical symptoms. She’s also likely noticing a difference in her skin. As women lose estrogen during the period of perimenopause and menopause, skin changes. These effects on skin during perimenopause and menopause are summed […]

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Stem Cells and Anti-Aging Skincare: How Cellular Function Changes With Age

As we age, stem cell function—which helps with cellular turnover and replication—can decline. This means that with time, the body produces fewer healthy skin cells which can lead to the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and other signs of aging. Even if you’re avoiding sun and exposure to free radical damage, intrinsic aging factors will […]

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Ingredient Focus: Benefits of Niacinamide

Just like vitamins are an essential component of a healthy nutritional plan, they’re also beneficial for your skin. Niacinamide, a form of vitamin B3, has been clinically proven to help support a variety of skin issues and signs of skin aging. These include acne, wrinkles, eczema, hyperpigmentation, fine lines, dryness and oily skin. Similar to […]

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How Do Growth Factor Skin Care Products Benefit You?

With all your skin goes through during the aging process, growth factors—proteins that are naturally found in the skin—help protect skin from environmental damage and promote skin cell regeneration. Like the name implies, one way to think about the benefit of growth factors is to picture the “growth” of skin qualities like collagen and elastin, […]

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What Is Boosted Skin Care? How to Add These Treatments to Your Beauty Routine

Establishing a good skincare routine is the key to keeping your skin healthy, youthful and bright. But even with the best cleansers, eye creams and moisturizers, your face can start to look dry, dull and tired. The integrity of your skin can become compromised from a number of external (and internal) factors including environmental pollutants, […]

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Hyperpigmentation and Everything About Melanin in Your Skin

Humans come in a full spectrum of shapes, sizes and shades. One factor responsible for creating all the beautiful diversity in skin tones, hair and eye color is melanin.  Melanin helps protect our skin from harmful UV rays. When a body produces an excess of melanin as a form of protection, hyperpigmentation happens – dark […]

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Skincare For Every Age Group: How to Evolve Your Routine With Age

The visible signs of aging are an inevitable process that begins in your 20s. Consistent SPF usage can help slow down the effects of aging, but unavoidable factors like genetics,  time, and hormone levels combine to change the structure of your skin’s health which results in aesthetic issues like wrinkles, fine lines, dehydration, skin thinning […]

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All About Snail Skincare

Snails aren’t just cute (or creepy) garden pests. They make secretions that have been used for skin care for centuries. Snail skincare has been gaining popularity for years, but when looking for snail excretion products, you should see past the primary ingredient. Some skincare options are better than others, ranging from the types of snails […]

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Post-Procedure Skincare: Everything You Need to Know

Skincare professionals widely agree that the right post-procedure skin care can lead to better results, faster healing and improved outcomes. Often, procedures like microneedling or laser resurfacing can leave the skin inflamed, red and irritated. While these procedures work to improve the appearance of the skin, they purposefully create wounds to promote a response in […]

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What is Retinol Skincare? | A Beginner’s Guide

Have you heard of retinol? Rumor has it this multi-benefit ingredient can fix your skin, maybe do your laundry as well. Retinol is a skincare powerhouse that many dermatologists and skincare professionals recommend for a wide range of anti-aging benefits and even acne. Let’s talk about retinol. What is retinol and how can you introduce […]

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