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  • For skincare products to be effective, you need to apply them in the correct order. To help things go smoothly, commit this mantra to memory: cleanse, treat, moisturize, protect. To help maximize your skincare routine, we've listed the what/when to apply—with tips for getting the most out of each step!   Washing Well Cleanse in the evening with a gentle, non-foaming cleanser. Choose one that effec...

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  • When acne pops up, it’s easy to overreact with excessive cleansing, poking and prodding and even hiding. Instead of being reactive, it’s best to understand what’s really happening with your skin and to act preventively.   Here are some of the biggest acne myths, finally cleared up:   Myth 1. Oily skin is a problem, and cleansing more is the solution. Fact: Oil is actually an essential element of m...

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7 Acne Myths, Cleared

  • When acne pops up, it’s easy to overreact with excessive cleansing, poking and prodding and even hiding. Instead of being reactive, it’s best to understand what’s really happening with your skin and to act preventively.   Here are some of the biggest acne myths, finally cleared up: Myth 1. Oil can clog pores and create a breakout. Fact: Oil hydrates your skin, and it alone cannot cause acne. Lear...

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  • People often attribute their acne to just one factor, be it oily skin, hormones or improper cleansing. But there are actually four elements involved in acne’s development. The “acne four” are: oil, bacteria, clogged pores and inflammation. Take away any one of these elements and you’ve got clear skin. (Yay!) Have all four, and you’re destined for a blemish. (Boooo!). Not surprisingly, there are so...

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Stress Acne

  • You may already know that stress can cause acne, but you might not know how. Stress causes inflammation to your entire body, inside and out. That inflammation can trigger breakouts—and it all starts in the gut. Inner Turmoil Stress negatively impacts the balance of flora (bacteria) in your stomach, creating enzymes that kill positive healthy bacteria. This triggers inflammation, one of the root c...

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  • Acne Myths To Avoid

    Acne is the most common skin condition in the United States, affecting 40 to 50 million people—and not just teenagers and adolescents. Here are some of the top acne myths I hear in my office and the truth behind them. 1. Myth: Tanning helps my acne. Fact: Tanning, or spending time in the sun, helps to temporarily dry out existing blemishes. In the long run, tanning increases the likelihood of futu...

  • 3 Common Skincare Tips Debunked

    There are several assumptions when it comes to how to properly care for your skin, so let's set the record straight debunk 3 common skincare myths: 1. Your skin adapts to the products you use regularly so they eventually stop working. Consistency is key when it comes to a daily skincare regimen. It often takes weeks of consistent use for noticeable results, as skin needs time to react to the ingre...

  • 3 Tips for the Perfect Holiday Selfie

    It's Holiday time, and that means only one thing: your Facebook and Instagram feeds are FILLING UP with festive selfies. Whether you’re gathering around a freshly carved turkey, reuniting with friends at a Holiday party, or celebrating family, embrace selfie season with 3 simple tips for taking your best selfie yet: 1. Angle is everything. Highlight your best features by holding the camera slightl...

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