Powerful Antioxidants For Your Skin

Antioxidants are extremely important for skin health and are often overlooked as an important part of one’s daily skincare regimen. Antioxidants protect our skin by limiting the production of free radicals. Free radicals typically come from air pollutants, smog, lack of sleep and/or exercise, stress, illness, fried foods, tobacco, alcohol, pesticides and UV rays. All …

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Antioxidants for Your Skin: Eat or Apply?

Research has continually pointed out the value of antioxidants; this is not just a buzzword for health and wellness. Because we hear about antioxidants often, there may be a sense that we understand them. Here, we look at antioxidants as more than an umbrella term for any plant-based extract that helps us look and feel …

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How to Keep Your Skin Looking Great During Winter Season

Cold weather brings less humid air, overly hot baths, and stuffy indoor environments leaving you more likely to experience dryness and flakiness, especially if you are prone to dry skin conditions.  There are steps you can take to keep your skin looking great during the winter months.   Use a Humidifier. This is the number …

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Marijuana for Skincare

Yes, you read that right. We’re talking marijuana for skincare. A recent online publication from Quartzy suggested cannibus as the next “it” ingredient in beauty products. Researchers are looking at components CBD (cannabidiol), doesn’t result in feeling high, and THC (cannabinoids), which is the substance that produces the high. Dr. Dellavalle, professor of dermatology at …

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Yes, you read that right. We’re talking marijuana for skincare. A recent online publication from Quartzy suggested cannibus as the next “it” ingredient in beauty products. Researchers are looking at components CBD (cannabidiol), doesn’t result in feeling high, and THC (cannabinoids), which is the substance that produces the high. Dr. Dellavalle, professor of dermatology at …

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