4 Hyperpigmentation Myths Busted

Have you ever felt embarrassed by uneven skin tone, age spots, or melasma? Most of the time, skin discoloration is a harmless condition. But whether it occurs in small patches, large patches, or all over the body, many people feel self-conscious about uneven, hyperpigmented skin. Hyperpigmentation is the darkening of skin in certain areas that is caused by increased melanin production in the body.
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5 Mature Skin Myths Busted

We live in a society saturated with advertisements promising a quick fix for ageless skin. Unfortunately, many of these ads feed on insecurities and aren’t realistic about the truth: aging is a natural process, and women are beautiful at all ages. After all, wrinkles are a sign you’ve been living and laughing! Some of the most beautiful women I’ve ever known have been in their 70’s, 80’s and 90’s. Still, we don’t want to look older than we are, so let’s bust some myths, help you age gracefully, and maintain your natural beauty at every age!
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5 Sensitive Skin Myths Busted

If you have sensitive skin that's easily irritated and inflamed or you struggle with red, swollen skin, you have probably tried to cover it up with makeup, suppress eruptions with topicals, or have skipped essential steps in your skin care routine in an attempt to keep it clear. Keeping red and inflamed skin covered takes a lot of time and effort, and it might also be causing damage to your skin.
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4 Dry Skin Myths Busted

Have you ever felt your skin looks chalky, flaky or extra dull? If so, those are signs your skin is dry. For many people, dry skin isn’t something that only happens when they travel to a dry climate or during the colder winter months. When your skin doesn’t retain sufficient moisture, it becomes dry and uncomfortable. In some cases, dry skin is so severe that you might feel embarrassed to be seen or feel uncomfortable in clothing. 
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5 Oily Skin Myths Busted

If you have oily skin, you know how challenging and frustrating it can be to deal with. You may feel embarrassed, especially with acne breakouts, blackheads, whiteheads, and enlarged pores. If you have oily skin, you may also have sebaceous hyperplasia (yellowish, soft, small papules on the face, usually on the nose, cheeks, and forehead). You may find yourself wondering if your oily skin will ever go away or improve. And if you do, you’re going to love these myth busters.
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Top Natural Beauty Tips for Radiant Skin on Your Wedding Day

One of the most important parts of your wedding day is feeling confident in your own skin. You want to glow brighter than you ever have, and the last thing you want is pimples and blemishes on your wedding day. However, the stresses of planning, preparing and making your special day a success can wreak havoc on your skin.
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Busting 4 Myths to Keep Your Skin Safe During Water Sports

One of the best parts of summer is splashing around in the water and spending time on the water. Swimming and other water sports such as water skiing are a refreshing escape from the heat and humidity. Kayaking is a great way to explore familiar territory with fresh eyes. And who doesn’t enjoy a relaxing boat ride to relax and reflect? Spending time at the ocean, your favorite lake, or cruising the river is highly rejuvenating, but it is important to protect your skin from the sun and the elements.
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How to Protect Your Skin During Outdoor Sports

It’s only natural that when the weather is nicer, we are more active. Participating in outdoor sports is good for the body and the soul. You get a necessary dose of Vitamin D, and the sunshine naturally uplifts your mood. Despite these benefits, it is important to not forget about skin protection as you hit the trails, work on improving your golf swing or whatever else the outdoors may be calling you to do!
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Skin Care Tips for Music Festival Season

Summer is officially here and so is outdoor music festival season. Dancing the day and night away is definitely fun, but being out of your regular routine can increase the risk of damaging your skin.
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Skin Tips for the Men in Your Life

It is a common myth that skin care is only for women, but men also need to take the health of their skin seriously. After all, the skin is our largest organ and may exhibit clues about our internal health. With Father’s Day approaching, now is the perfect time to...

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