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Anti-Aging Starts With Broad Spectrum Sunscreen
Daily environmental exposure does a lot of damage to your skin, whether you notice it right away or not. SPF, or sun protection factor, is a term seen everywhere in the beauty industry; for good reason. Daily use of SPF protects your skin from the sun’s damaging UV rays, slowing the progression of stubborn fine lines, wrinkles, and dreaded age spots. 
Foods to Assist with Your Skincare
Everyone knows that when you eat healthy, you feel better. Some people may be on a health-conscious diet to lose weight, or simply cannot tolerate and digest high-processed foods. Regardless of the reason, it is very important to remember that what happens within will manifest on the skin. 
Sunny with a Chance of Photoaging
Picture this: It's a sunny day, no clouds, and 80 degrees with low humidity and it's your day off!! Yippee!!  Who doesn't love a day like this?   Lately, these days have been few and far between, so I say bring...
Now is a good time to establish healthy routines
As our “new normal “continues at what feels like a snail’s pace, now is a perfect time to establish some new routines into our lives and possibly review old ones that may not be serving us any longer.  Studies have...
Vitamin C Recieves an A+
Getting enough Vitamin C is an A-plus choice for your health and wellbeing. Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, has a wide variety of benefits for your body.    First, it is an antioxidant that helps to slow down or prevent cell damage...
What Type of Fabric You Choose For Your Pillowcase Matters
Did you know that the average person will spend about 26 years of their life sleeping?  And we spend another 7 years TRYING to fall asleep.  With data like that, the pillowcase you sleep on matters!!! Most of us are...
You are reading this correctly ....Rub some FAT(lipids) into your skin. Here is Why
Okay, I am not suggesting you go out and buy a piece of fat from the grocery and rub it on your skin (yuck).  However, high end skincare products are now available that provide the "fat glue" (Fats) our skin loses over time due to age and irritation that can make our skin weaker as a barrier and ultimately lead to moisture loss and dry, irritated skin.