Will the Soon Coming Summer Sun Affect Your Skin?
Mar05

Will the Soon Coming Summer Sun Affect Your Skin?

Basking in the sun is a summer rite of passage. Unfortunately, too much time outdoors can eventually give you visible skin damage. If you spend even a little time outside, you should examine yourself for signs of premature aging so you can stop it in its tracks. According to the Mayo Clinic, there are a few telltale signs that the sun got the best of you: Increased irregular pigmentation and wrinkles Liver spots, age spots, solar...

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Foods That Can Help Your Face Look Younger
Mar05

Foods That Can Help Your Face Look Younger

If you’ve ever woken up in the morning and not quite recognized the face you see in the mirror, you’re not alone. For many of us, aging is a process that seems to happen virtually overnight, with lines and wrinkles appearing as if out of nowhere. Letting gravity and time take their natural course can be beautiful, but it’s also okay to be less-than-satisfied with seeing a stranger staring back at you every time you catch your...

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Is Dryness a Skin Condition?
Apr07

Is Dryness a Skin Condition?

Dry skin is one of the most common skin abnormalities. Although certain individuals are more susceptible to dry skin.  The condition can affect anyone, regardless of age, gender, or skin type. Dry skin can feel tight, itchy, uncomfortable and unsightly during the summer months when you probably want to bare more skin than usual. Dermatitis is the clinical term for itchy, inflamed skin. Atopic eczema commonly occurs in young people and...

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Kale – Skin Superhero!
Mar31

Kale – Skin Superhero!

If you joined the craze of eating Kale for its powerful antioxidant benefits to your health, here are some good news. Kale is also good for you skin and hair! Kale has a perfect balance of omega 3 and 6 fatty acids and vitamins A, C, E, and K.  This major concentration of nutrients help promote collagen production, reduce inflammation, and strengthen skin. Vitamin A is the nutrient from which retinoic acid—the anti-aging power...

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Spring Break is Here! – Sun Protection
Mar26

Spring Break is Here! – Sun Protection

Warm weather is finally here! Spring break is a great celebration in Florida since we have the warmer temperatures, the sun and the beaches. But we must not forget that on our list of safety tips, protection against sun exposure should be at the top! Prolonged exposure to sunlight can be dangerous. Even occasional exposure can lead to brown spots, sagging, wrinkles, premature aging and even skin cancer. The ultraviolet rays can damage...

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7 Foods that help you Detox!
Feb05

7 Foods that help you Detox!

Juices and teas that promise to help you detox are all the rage right now. But nutritionists say that the idea that a liquid diet can help you eliminate harmful substances doesn’t really make sense. That is because organs like your liver, kidneys, and intestines already get rid of harmful toxins in your body. So what you can do different? Promote the health of your detoxifying organs to naturally improve your body’s...

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