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Weekend traveler
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Skincare Tips For Weekend Travel

The weekend traveler. She’s savvy. Mysterious? Maybe. She’s confident, totally hip, and upwardly mobile. Where is she going? A top secret business trip? A romantic rendezvous? A trip to see Mom? Only she knows. But one things for sure. She’s prepared. And you can bet that applies to her skincare as well. Travel can be…

Woman with pruritis
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Identifying The Root Causes of Pruritis

Generalized itching, also known as pruritus, can be maddening, perplexing, and even downright depressing. If you are suffering from annoying itchiness, here is some information on pruritus and its causes. What is Pruritis? Pruritus can be defined as profuse itchiness of the skin and is a relatively common disorder affecting 20-25% of the population at…

Woman touching her face
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Skin Thickness Explained

It is often said that one needs thick skin to survive in this world. If you have thick skin, you’ve got what it takes; you’re a tough cookie, a fighter. But not all of us have thick skin. Some of us are thin skinned. We are sensitive, vulnerable, delicate and in need proper care and…

Shea Butter
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Boost Your Skin’s Winter Radiance

If you want to see winter radiance, you need not look any further than Kate Beckinsale in the movie “Serendipity.” Kate Beckinsale emits radiance even covered in layers of clothing while ice skating effortlessly around Rockefeller Center in the arms of John Cusak, whereas, if the average person attempted this they would undoubtedly fall helplessly…

Woman meditating
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Meditate For Clear Skin

If you put on the T.V. these days, it is hard not to see Ellen Degeneres. If you miss her daytime talk show, you can always catch her doing Oil Of Olay commercials, showing off her age-defying skin, or in her Amex commercial, meditating over a pair of socks that she was charged for twice….

Woman using aloe vera to sooth sunburn
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Soothing Sunburned Backs and Shoulders

Sun protection is always important but the face, neck and shoulders are crucial areas. Skin is thin near the tops of our bodies which also tend to be closest to the sun and receive the most exposure. The face and neck are also the most susceptible to two of the most common forms of cancer,…

Oils
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Oils To Have In Every Medicine Cabinet

While many of deal with medicines that may cause harmful side effects, others realize that there are safe, affordable products which are as accessible as our nearest grocery store. These are essential oils, many of which have remarkable benefits that can help us with physical and mental ailments. Read on to find out which essential oils…

Woman hiding from the sun
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Avoiding Phytodermatitis

Phytodermatitis… sounds scary doesn’t it? For those who aren’t familiar with this condition, it develops when certain plant compounds come into contact with the skin making the skin more sensitive to light. So how can we avoid phytodermatitis, how can it be identified, and how can it be treated? Read on to find out. Phytodermatitis…

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