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Vitamin C & Your Skin

Posted by Dane Smith on  July 8, 2020

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Every time I’ve gone for a facial, a Vitamin C mask was suggested as the finale. I thought it was just an up-sell at a fancy salon–maybe it was.  But I’ve since done some investigation, and there is a big link between Vitamin C and skin health. And here’s the story. Your skin is the body’s largest organ–yes, organ. As such, it has a job and that is to keep external invaders away from your

The Value of Antioxidents

Posted by Dane Smith on  June 17, 2020

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There’s a lot of talk about antioxidants and free radicals these days. So what does it all mean? Science. Skin is your largest organ–yes, it’s true. And when molecules become unstable, they produce what are called free radicals–objects that can damage your skin cells, leaving your skin appear wrinkled or inflamed. They can occur naturally or from environmental factors such as smoke, pollution, radiation and they can be fought through a diet high in nutrients

Traditional vs. Natural Skincare

Posted by Dane Smith on  June 15, 2020

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There’s no getting around sensitivity. Not every synthetic ingredient is highly reactive on your skin; not every natural ingredient is sensitive for your skin. So how do you decide whether a natural skincare regimen is worth your while? Well, let’s look at your life philosophy. If you’re concerned about what you put in your body; ie, staying away from those ingredients you can barely pronounce, then you’re probably a good candidate for natural skincare. Traditional

June is National Acne Awareness Month

Posted by Dane Smith on  June 8, 2020

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It can be one of the most embarrassing medical conditions—acne. Yet millions of Americans suffer from it, which is why June has been designated as National Acne Awareness Month.   Oil is formed in the glands that are connected to pores via hair follicles. Instead of getting sloughed away, pores can get clogged, and a clogged pore can form a pimple. There is debate over what causes it, but most factors lead to diet, stress,

Summer Skin

Posted by lord on  June 8, 2020

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What a great time to be outside. What a rough toll summer sun takes on your skin.   Between drying and increasing the conditions to develop fine lines and wrinkles, there’s also the issue of hyperpigmentation.—dark spots. And one of the best ways to address these, in addition to limiting sun exposure, is with a Vitamin C Serum.   Vitamin C can reduce the production of melanin—which is which gives skin its color. It is
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