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Holiday Rosacea Skin Care Guide

Posted by Kim Beels on

Red rosy cheeks sure look festive on Santa, but for those that suffer from the common skin condition known as rosacea, a good skin care plan, focused on protection, will help keep the skin merry and bright.While there’s no known cure for rosacea (yet!), experts agree that prevention and maintenance is key. Here are a few tips for minimizing the appearance of rosacea flare-ups over the holidays.Rosacea-Prone Skin Care GuideHaving healthy-looking skin should be the primary goal of any skin care routine. Using a mild cleanser and moisturizer every day is essential. Look for complementary targeted products to add to...

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Faced With Eczema? Proven Skin Care Tips

Posted by Kim Beels on

Dry, flaky, itchy, irritated skin...If you suffer from eczema, you know how uncomfortable — even agonizing — it can be to manage the symptoms of chronic skin inflammation.Though the exact cause of eczema remains unknown, according to the National Eczema Association, researchers suspect that genetics and environmental triggers play a big part. An immune dysfunction can result in a defect in the skin’s moisture barrier making it dryer and more sensitive to irritants. Since a well-known eczema trigger is dryness, excessive cleansing should be avoided.Based on science and results, Environ’s founder, Dr. Des Fernandes, is on a lifelong mission to...

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Washing Your Hands Is Good Skin Care

Posted by Kim Beels on

Good handwashing practices have many benefits and should be a regular part of a healthy skin care routine. If you have problematic skin, you already know the first rule of thumb is to keep your hands off of your face. This is mostly because touching your skin can lead to scratching, picking, and irritating the skin’s fragile surface. But, although face-touching alone is not cause of breakouts, it could make the situation much worse. Breakouts occur when oil glands are clogged and the environment is right for bacteria to spread or enter through broken skin. This is where touching your...

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How To Refresh Your Summer Skin

Posted by Kim Beels on

Have you ever noticed that your skin conditions are exacerbated during the summer months? It’s not your imagination! Breakouts due to increased oil production, dark spots created by excessive sun exposure, and dryness caused by air conditioning and other environmental factors are absolutely influencing the appearance of your skin. We have a special tip on how to care for your skin during the summer months.  But first, every skin care professional will tell you that establishing good skin care habits will set the foundation for the best results. You probably know the drill; wash morning and evening, tone, exfoliate on...

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Treating Teens and Breakout-Prone Skin

Posted by Kim Beels on

It’s a myth that only teens suffer from breakouts, as any adult will attest! Still, it’s fair to say that pimples are synonymous with youth. Increased sebum production during puberty can cause congestion in the skin, which eventually erupts on the surface as confidence-crushing pimples. As we age, stress, environment, and other hormonal events can also produce blemishes – typically, at the most inopportune moments. Fortunately, improving the appearance of problem skin is easier than you think with a proactive skin care regimen. Understanding how breakouts occur is the first step in minimizing their appearance. Puberty and aging are natural...

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