3 Ways to Get Rid of Old, Dead Skin from Your Face

It’s a fact that as we age, our body’s ability to move along old, dead skin cells slows down. I have three different ways – and products – you can use to exfoliate your skin, so moisturizers can better absorb, doing their job more completely, instead of sitting on the top of your skin, giving you partial results.

Should I scrub, peel or masque?

If you think your skin is too sensitive for an exfoliating scrub, peel or masque, think again. Exfoliation has benefits for every skin type.

Why Exfoliate?
Exfoliation removes dead skin cells from pores, revealing fresh skin cells and making the pores appear smaller. Not only will your skin look fresh and smooth, but your makeup will also look better. And once the build-up is removed, your skin’s ability to absorb everything that follows, from acne treatments to your anti-aging regimen, is enhanced. [Read more…]

Eczema – 7 Tips to Help Control It

eczema 2 by h8rnetDermatitis, also known as Eczema, is inflammation of the skin. Symptoms of Eczema include dry skin, with scaling, inflammation, itching and rash. Eczema is a very common inflammatory skin condition. A  severe case may include cracking and bleeding of the skin. It is a skin condition that is difficult to manage and live with from day to day.

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Rosacea ~ What It is and How to Manage It

Rosacea. It’s a dreaded word if you care about how your face looks – which is all of us. It conjures up pictures of W.C. Field with his large, bulbous nose, cigar in one hand and drink in the other.  What if you’re not a stodgy old guy, but  a beautiful young 3o or 40 something with young children? Now what do you do?

First let’s look at what one the most recent scientific study’s shows:

“A team of researchers, led by Richard L. Gallo, M.D., Ph.D., professor of medicine and chief of the Division of Dermatology at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) School of Medicine and the Dermatology section of the Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System, has determined that it is not one, but a combination of two abnormal factors, that result in rosacea. [Read more…]

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