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Transition your skincare routine to Fall: 4 Tips

Your Skincare Regimen: Transition your Skin routine to Fall 1. Skincare Product Selection As the weather changes, so should your Skincare routine. Always opt for products that protect you and counterbalance the climate. Consider incorporating products like Lumivive,  Lytera, Vitamin C, Clear & Blender or a higher strength retinol to address discoloration, pollution, and aging concerns. Some of …

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Constantly moisturizing with no result? Your skin may be needing this instead…

Constantly moisturizing? Not seeing any result?        Whether you are dry, oily, or combination skin type, you have probably incorporated a moisturizer or hydrator in your regimen at some point. This step is not necessary all the time, and could mean that your skin is actually craving something else…       Since …

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Skincare under $100

Skincare doesn’t have to be expensive to work. Check out some of our favorite products below that yield great results but don’t break the bank! Skin Medica AHA/BHA Cleanser $47  Unlike other exfoliating cleansers that are way too abrasive (St. Ives Scrub…we’re looking at you) this cleanser is a gentle way to exfoliate  dead skin cells using jojoba beads …

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Rosacea

What is Rosacea?

What is Rosacea?  Rosacea is a very common skin condition affecting up to 10% of the population. It is a chronic skin problem meaning that it cannot be cured but can certainly be managed. Although it tends to affect light skinned individuals more often than dark skinned individuals, all skin types can be affected. Rosacea can …

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Summer Skincare Myths

Myth #1- “The SPF in my makeup is enough” Wrong! This SPF is an added precaution and is NOT enough to protect your skin. In order to adequately protect your skin from the sun, you should be applying a nickel sized amount to your face and neck before applying your makeup. This layer of protection …

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