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3 Simple Tips To Give Your Skin Some Love

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Self-care is essential for long-term happiness and wellness, we all know that! An important part of self-care is taking good care of your skin. An effective skin care routine can help you love the way you look AND how you feel! It’s a self-care win-win, really.   Thankfully, the American Academy of Dermatology has some expert tips on how you can show your skin the love it deserves: Apply SPF daily Sunscreen is the closest any of us can get to obtaining a fountain of youth, and yet most people still only remember to apply before they head to the beach or...

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Why You Should Wear Sunscreen Every Day

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Even when the air gets cold and the sun is farthest away, it’s still important to wear sunscreen daily. Sunscreen is usually only thought of for beach days or long hikes in the sun, but your risk of skin damage and even skin cancer is no less in the winter. Here’s what you need to know about the sun and your skin: The Skin Cancer Foundation explains that “Regular daily use of SPF 15 sunscreen can reduce your risk of developing squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) by about 40%, and lower your melanoma risk by 50%.” Everyone - from six months...

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Summer Guide To An Even-Looking Complexion

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What Causes Sudden Dark Patches on Your Skin?

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Your skin has color-making cells that often work overtime, resulting in unsightly brown or gray patches. These discolored patches are known as melasma, and they occur more often in women, particularly those who are pregnant. Hence its nickname, “the mask of pregnancy.”  Melasma is triggered by the sun (no surprise there!) and other things like hormonal changes, birth control pills, and sometimes, skin care products. Annoyingly, it can appear almost anywhere on your face — including the cheeks, forehead, bridge of the nose, above the upper lip, and chin — and on your neck and décolletage.  Using a sunscreen with...

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