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

perimenopause skin problems

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

intrinsic and extrinsic skin 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?

blue light and aging

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

peptides in skincare

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

vitamin c and 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?

Dermatologist-recommended 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 and skin changes

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

stem cells anti aging

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

niacinamide benefits

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?

growth factor skincare

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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Best Skincare Ingredients and Skincare Ingredients to Avoid

skincare ingredients to avoid

What we put on our skin gets absorbed into our bodies and, in turn, affects our overall health and wellbeing. Just as we examine food labels looking to steer clear of Red 40 and high-fructose corn syrup, it’s important to read other labels too, particularly your skincare ingredients. It’s intimidating, though. Hyaluronic acid, glycolic acid, […]

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What Are Antioxidants and How Can They Help Your Skin?

antioxidants for skin

Antioxidants are a type of molecule found in key skincare ingredients that keep your skin protected from damage caused by free radicals — that is, pollutants, smoke, UV rays, stress and chemicals that can cause premature aging. If you’re unsure what exactly this means, or how antioxidants are used, read on to find out more about […]

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

boosted skin care

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

hyperpigmentation

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

Skincare at any 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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Post-Procedure Skincare: Everything You Need to Know

post-procedure skincare

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

what is retinol

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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Addressing Estrogen Deficient Skin Just Got Easier

Women can finally celebrate a solution that now exists for their aging skin brought on by perimenopause and menopause. Women age 40 and older are approaching perimenopause or menopause – and their skin may show it. This is because both perimenopause and menopause result in a marked reduction of the female hormone estrogen which has […]

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October 18th is World Menopause Day: Let’s Embrace Menopause

Can menopause be a positive experience? When you’re dealing with hot flashes, sleepless nights and irritability, you might think not. But to mark annual World Menopause Day (October 18th), we wanted to look at a different side of menopause and ask whether menopause can spark positive changes in a woman’s life. We talked to menopause […]

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How Does Menopause Affect The Skin?

Menopause is well-known for causing symptoms such as hot flashes and mood swings, but many women are not aware of the significant effect menopause has on the skin. When women experience new skincare concerns like dryness and wrinkles, they may assume it is just a natural part of getting older and not consider that menopause […]

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Aging or Menopause – What’s Really Happening to Your Skin?

A Closer Look During National Menopause Awareness Month If you’ve noticed your skin changing as you get older, you might think it’s just the aging process. After all, wrinkles, sagging, dryness, dullness; they’re all just part of getting older, right? Well partly. Of course, skin does change as we age. But if you’re a woman […]

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Could Menopause Be Giving You Estrogen Deficient Skin?

Every woman reacts differently to the changes that come with menopause, but a common—and often unaddressed—issue is Estrogen Deficient Skin. As women enter perimenopause, they may begin to notice changes to their skin’s appearance caused by decreased levels of estrogen in the body. In fact, many women feel like their skin changes overnight, suddenly showing […]

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Addressing Estrogen Deficient Skin Before, During and After Menopause

The effects of estrogen deficiency on women’s skin are just now being recognized. As women get older, they may not realize that the changes in their skin’s appearance are influenced by menopause—but there is a strong correlation between menopause and the sudden increase in skin concerns like dryness and wrinkles. This is because both perimenopause […]

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