UVA, UVB, SPF & Broad Spectrum: Your Guide to Summer Skincare

We are officially in the heat of the summer, and just like with winter, spring or fall, a transition in seasons calls for a transition in skincare as well. Summer months bring hot, sunny days, which are great for fun outdoor activities, but not so great for the skin. The two biggest threats to the […]

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Hydration: It’s good for your skin too!    

We all know that drinking water is essential for living. It makes up 50-65% of our bodies, which is why staying hydrated is key for staying healthy. But, have you ever thought about the importance of water for your skin specifically? Studies show that skin’s composition also holds a high percentage of water—a whoppin’ 64%! […]

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Ingredient Profile: Beauty Benefits of Coconut Oil

Coconut oil has been all the rage lately in health and beauty trends. There are all sorts of articles and tutorial videos about how to use it to help with anything from acne to weight loss, and beauty and fitness bloggers around the globe are finding new uses for it every day. But, this isn’t […]

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Stimulate Your Skin: 4 Therapies, Proven Results!

There are all sorts of skin treatments available at spas and dermatologists these days. All claiming to change your skin and your life with a simple 2-hour therapy for a hefty price. Sure, it might be worth it, but do you really know what you’re getting for your money? What exactly are these treatments doing […]

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Get Her What She Really Wants: Mother’s Day Gift Guide

Mother’s Day is right around the corner… it’s Sunday, May 13th 2018! “I brought you into this world and I can take you right out of it!” This comical and frighteningly true statement might be something you’ve heard from your mom’s mouth a time or two. As funny as it is, it’s so true—our moms […]

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Aging: What does it look like on a deeper level?

We commonly take advantage of our skin as an external envelope, without fully considering the numerous, essential functions it provides. Skin is our largest organ, providing an interface between our internal physiological systems and the external world; it protects us from harm due to pathogens, solar radiation, pollutants, and also acts as an effective barrier […]

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Accentuate Your Eyes for the “Eyes of March”

The Ides of March fall on the 15th of the month and are remembered or observed for a number of reasons. Some may make note it as the date that Roman politician, Julius Caesar was assassinated, while others may see it as a day of religious observance, reflection, and/or new beginnings (to read more about […]

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