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Skin Care Tips — UVA/UVB

Anti-aging Steps To Minimizing Wrinkles

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The most important thing is to take care of your skin before changes start to take place.   The cause of lines around the mouth is typically a combination of sun exposure and years of movement.    An estimated 80% of visible facial aging is due to chronic UV exposure.Topical antiaging treatments are more effective for fine lines.To reduce the appearance of the fine mouth lines you already have,  Dermatologist Dr. Neal Schultz, MD ,  recommended applying a daily moisturizer and hydrating products to the area to “puff up” the skin to help replace some of the volume lost from collagen damage.   Next, use...

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Ystara-The Only Body Polish For Me

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Ystara-The Only Body Polish For Me

Does your skin have a  springtime radiant glow.  Or, your skin has a dull lackluster look.    So what is the problem?   You’re looking at a build up of dead skin cells.  Yep, all winter long layers of dead cells have been building.  You need to prepare your skin for the summer by gently removing dead skin cells.  "Gently" is the keyword here, over exfoliation can increase sun sensitivity.  I like using enzyme creams or peels, they’re less abrasive.  Enzyme creams and peels not only exfoliate, they can hydrate, help reduce acne causing bacteria, improve hyperpigmentation and increase cell turnover,...

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Sunscreen Facts

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Sunscreen Facts

 The Skin Cancer Foundation strongly recommends we protect our skin with sunscreen everyday.   Skin damage from unprotected ultraviolet exposure becomes cumulative.  “Daily use of a sunscreen can reduce the cumulative effect of UV damage.  Cancer-Preventive Effects of Sunscreen.  As of 2012 The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) barred the use of “sunblock” as well as claims that sunscreens are “waterproof” or “sweat-proof,” saying those terms are inaccurate. Sunscreens marked “broad spectrum” protect against both types of damaging UV radiation – UVA and UVB. Only sunscreens that pass a test that shows they protect the skin from both ultraviolet A (UVA) and...

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