Monthly Archives: August 2017

Why Does Our Skin Age?

Published in Medical Times News By Yella Hewings-Martin, PhD Is your reflection in the mirror showing you the first signs of wrinkles and dark spots?
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CANCER CELLS LOVE SUGAR

  5 Reasons Cancer and Sugar are Best Friends 2014 – 03 – 09 cancer_and_sugar Patrick Quillin, PHD, RD, CNS, former director of nutrition for
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The BIGGEST Trend In Skincare For 2017

  INGESTIBLE BEAUTY GOES MAINSTREAM. According to Debra Jaliman, MD, the ingestible beauty trend—as well as the realization that proper diet and great skin are directly related—is
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A LETTER FROM DR. KARP

Say Good-Bye to Melasma and Hyperpigmentation Over the years, I have treated patients who have melasma and/or hyperpigmentation. While there is no known cause for
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5 Terrible Foods For Your Skin

This article was originally written by Aly Walansky and repurposed with permission from Beauty High. You know that phrase “you are what you eat”? It pretty
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All About Vitamin C

BY ZO SKIN  Vitamin C aids the natural process of cell renewal.  It helps the body’s collagen production, the protein that supports our skin, tendons, cartilage, ligaments,
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Can A Pill Give You Better Skin?

by Macke Wagoner Photographed by Ludes Wolfgang, Vogue, August 2003 What if one little pill could give you the swingy hair, clear skin, and healthy nails you’ve
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60 Years Old and Skincare

Exfoliate, exfoliate, exfoliate! This is just one of many skin care tips for older women that we like to follow. Others swear by coconut oil or argan
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Moisture… LOCK IT IN!

From the blog Authentic Skincare Dewy soft and radiant skin is something we all strive for and admire. Locking moisture into skin can be a
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Serum Vs. Oil….

“Are you confused by what makes a facial serum different from a facial oil? Are you overwhelmed by the ever-growing number of both kinds of
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WATER WATER WATER

From the blog Authentic Skincare Water, glorious water! Our bodies are made up of nearly 60% water and we need to continue to replenish it
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