Skin Matters

What the heck do antioxidants do for me, anyway?

Questions: "What the heck do antioxidants do for me, anyway?"

Answer: As a class of ingredients in skin care, antioxidants are critical to having healthier, smoother, younger-looking skin, and the more antioxidants your skin-care products contain, the better.

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Top Ten Myths About Skin and Skincare

If you're one of the millions of people who drinks lots of water to make your skin look better, or believes you don't need sunscreen on a cloudy day... think again. Dr. Sheri Feldman, a leading Beverly Hills dermatologist, just released a list of the top ten myths about skin and skincare.

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Parabens - is it that harmful?

We all use parabens in one form or the other in our daily lives. We use creams, lotions, shampoos, shaving gels, toothpaste, personal lubricants and many more on a daily basis. All of these companies have a silent killer present in them - the parabens.

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Purity, percentage and pH level can affect the performance of a vitamin C product.  But most importantly, a vitamin C product must be absorbed by the skin to be truly effective.

Studies show that an effective topical vitamin C product must meet the following criteria:

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Healthy Food = Beautiful Skin

You are what you eat. I know this is something we all heard.  If you are constantly eating unhealthy foods, you, and in turn your skin, will become increasingly unhealthy.

Your health and diet reflects on your outer appearance, something that makeup cannot conceal. You need to start from the inside out. And a great way to achieve this is through a balanced diet. You can start by choosing the right foods to eat.

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How to Get Rid of Wrinkles

While wrinkles can be a sign of maturity and wisdom, they are generally looked upon as a sign of old age and loss of beauty. The best way to get rid of wrinkles on the face is to avoid getting them. It is possible to undo some of the effects that time and elements take on skin. Some time, patience and work will help to reduce wrinkles.

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Research: Drinking Green Tea For Younger Looking Skin!

Clinical evidence suggests that green tea is packed with health and beauty benefits.

Recent research shows that green tea contains a cocktail of potent antioxidants called catechins, which help protect the body from free radicals - naturally occurring particles in the body associated with accelerated ageing and an increased risk of major diseases.

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Facial Serum vs Facial Moisturizer: What is the difference?

Are you wondering what is better for your skin: a facial serum or a facial moisturizer?  Here is what you need to know.

While facial serums can deliver moisture, most serums are prescribed to deliver nutrients, vitamins or anti-oxidants into deeper layers of your skin where a regular moisturizer might not be able to reach. The molecular structure of serums is smaller than a moisturizer and therefore can easily penetrate the top layers of the skin for a more profound result.

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How to choose sunscreen?

Blog Enjoy having sun kissed glow? But do you know that sun damage is behind almost all of the signs of aging skin? You don’t need to totally stay away from it. Just need to play smart – apply sunscreen which suits your skin and needs!

What are Sunscreens?

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How Important Is Vitamin C to Your Skin?

We all know Vitamin C is an essential nutrient for humans.  But why is it so vital to our skin? 

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