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Five oily skin myths we need to stop believing

Are you tired of hearing uncalled advice on how to make your oily skin better? Or you might think that drinking much water will rehydrate your skin? False! It’s time to debunk some common skincare myths.  Let’s get our facts straight and learn what’s right for your regimen. WHAT CAUSES OILY SKIN? Have you ever

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All things skin: 5 best tips for soft, smooth winter skin

A lukewarm shower and hot chocolate sure do the job when it comes to comforting our bodies, but does it do the same for our skin? Winter has its own charm but can wreak havoc on your skin. The cold air robs the natural moisture from the skin, making it dry, rough, very itchy. People

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How Do Botox and Fillers Differ?

5 Differences between Fillers and Botox Wrinkle treatment options are increasingly abundant. There are numerous over-the-counter products, and people are also turning to their healthcare providers for longer-lasting options. Botulinum toxin type A (Botox) and dermal fillers are both long-lasting treatments. Each procedure can be used for wrinkles and lines, but there are several differences

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Here’s why winter is the best time for a chemical peel

Winter is probably the best time to kick off a skincare regime as your skin undergoes a daily battle against extreme weather conditions.  To improve your skin texture and make it glow: enter the world of chemical peel. This non-invasive treatment reduces blotchy patches, acne scars, age spots, pigmentation and improves skin texture.  So, if

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Winter Skincare Tips

Dermatologist-Approved Winter Skincare Tips Winter is here, and so are seasonal skin problems. Dryness and itching are the most common skin issues that arrive with the chilly weather. All skin types are prone to the effects of cold weather. To protect your skin from the cold weather effects, you need to be mindful of your

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low histamine diet


Histamine is a chemical, known as a biogenic amine. It plays a role in several of the body’s major systems, including the immune, digestive, and neurological systems. The body gets all the histamine it needs from its own cells, but histamine is also found in certain foods and medications; therefore, your doctor may recommend a

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