As each new season emerges, you may notice that your skin can look and feel a little different, too. Cold winter dry air can make skin feel and look dull. The humidity that usually accompanies spring and summer can cause skin to look clammy. You may wonder whether you should stick to the same skincare […]
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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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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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Skin type can be among the most important factors in finding products. While most skincare products have some benefit, finding the right formulations for your skin type can increase efficacy and limit your need for ancillary products. This is especially true for those with sensitive skin who risk more than just a breakout with the […]
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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