Browsing articles tagged with " dry skin"
Oct
16
2014

Switch up Your Skin Routine for Fall

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Fall is finally here! While this summer was perfect, it’s hard not to get a little excited about fall. With the holidays coming up and sweater-weather, what’s not to love about fall? There’s actually one thing not to love – skincare. As the weather begins to change, so does your skin. It becomes drier, duller, and overall, just a pain to manage. So how do you switch up your skincare routine for fall? Here are [...]

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May
29
2014

How to Combat Oily Skin

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For your skin, warm weather usually means one thing: oil. As the temperatures get higher, our skin produces more oil and sweat – which means more clogged pores and breakouts. If you have particularly oily skin, taming it during the summertime can be challenging. Here is how you can combat oily skin with easy to find products: Cleanse both morning and night For those with dry skin, cleansing your face once a day may be [...]

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Jan
9
2014

Skin Care Tips for the Winter Months

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Your skin needs extra care during the winter, because your circulation is decreased by harsh, cold winter weather. You also don’t perspire as much, and believe it or not, perspiration helps keep your skin from drying out. In winter time, you absolutely must hydrate and revitalize your skin. Exfoliate: Exfoliation gently removes layers of old dead skin which accumulate during winter. When you exfoliate, you stimulate the production of new skin cells and your circulation, [...]

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Jan
2
2014

Get Glowing Skin This New Year

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The new year brings new resolutions. Staying healthy and looking good are probably at the top of your list. But a long holiday season full of traveling and eating can take it’s toll on your body, hair and skin. Your skin has probably seen better days.This new year, make it your resolution to get glowing skin, from head to toe. Revamp your routine to find the perfect regime to make your skin looks it best. [...]

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Nov
20
2013

How to Protect Your Skin during the Winter Months

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While the winter season can be a beautiful and magical time of the year, it can wreck havoc on your sensitive skin. The cold air and low temperatures can cause dry, flaky, and cracking skin. Not only is that uncomfortable, but it can also be itchy, irritating, and even painful. It’s important to remember to change up your skincare routine as winter approaches. Your skin needs an extra boost to help it stay glowing and [...]

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Sep
18
2013

Skin Care Round the Year

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Skin care should not be relegated into any particular season or month because we don’t stop exposing our skin to the elements or worse at any point of time.  The skin has to face the anomalies of nature, weather and pollution round the year which is why we it is important to carry on with skin care round the year as well. It is not as difficult as it sounds because one has to do [...]

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Oct
19
2011

Consumer Reports Study Chooses Best Body Moisturizer

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Recently, Consumer Reports did a study on body moisturizers, and the results were surprising, to say the least. Do you need to spend a lot of money to avoid dry skin? Let’s find out. Here’s how the study worked: Twenty-six female staffers helped us out. In our temperature- and humidity-controlled lab, we measured the skin moisture on their bare legs in the morning with a special device. Then we applied the lotions and measured again [...]

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Aug
9
2011

Best Soap for Dry Skin

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Do you have dry skin? Have you been using expensive soaps and body washes in the shower to try and correct this problem? If so, you might be shocked to learn that an inexpensive, off the shelf product is rated better for dry skin than more expensive alternatives. That’s according to Dr Laura Baumann, skin care specialist, who has this to say about buying expensive soaps and body washes in her article Mass vs Boutique [...]

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Aug
4
2011

Do You Have Stretch Marks?

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Anyone can get stretch marks. Your age doesn’t matter. You get them from over exercising, weight changes that occur rapidly, or even from growing too quickly. Pregnancy is the culprit, often times. There are two kinds of stretch marks – new ones that appear red, and older ones that look white. When the redness fades, stretch marks turn whitish. Are there any treatments or products available that can completely remove stretch marks? Unfortunately, the answer [...]

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