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Skin Care
The skin is the largest organ in the body. It is made up of three distinct layers, each serving a special function. The epidermis is the top layer of the skin. The epidermis acts as a first line of defense against toxins, foreign bodies, and the sun. read more
5 Beauty Fails and How to Overcome Them
You may have discovered a time or two that the world of beauty is not... read more
5 Uses of Apple Cider Vinegar to Add to Your Beauty Routine
I had always ignored apple cider vinegar (ACV) whenever I pass by the condiments section... read more
Burn, Baby, Burn?
Sunburn in babies “can range from a first degree to... read more
Defense Against Aging
he first defense against aging is to avoid ultraviolet exposure. That means you are wise... read more
Nothing to Worry about!
The most common benign skin growths include acne, skin tags, keloids, moles, and common warts.... read more
Seeing New Skin Growths
New skin lesions can be cause for worry, prompting people to seek medical help.... read more
Skin Growths
You spot something on your forehead. It's weird, it's new, and it's nothing like you've... read more
Summer Skin
Sunburns are the most common photosensitive reactions in kids.... read more
Summer Sun Skin Care
It's important to shield your skin from the ultraviolet (UV) rays coming from the sun,... read more
The Ten Steps to Korean-Looking Skin
The Korean craze has slowly won the hearts of many people not just in the... read more
Throwing Shade
Sun’s up, sunnies out!... read more
Understanding SPF and PA rating
Sunscreen, sunblock or suntan may be presented in a form of gel, spray or most... read more
What about Vitamin D?
Keeping your baby away from direct sunlight indeed safeguards... read more
Workout Blunders
Perhaps one of the best things about the warm weather is that you can take... read more
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