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With warmer days ahead, weâ€™re excited to shed those extra winter layersâ€”and this includes our wardrobes as well as our skin. â€œThe beginning of spring is great news for our skin, as the increase in temperatures and humidity is beneficial for moisture levels as well as overall healthy appearance,â€ says board-certified Miami dermatologist Dr. Ileana Perez-Quintairos. Nowâ€™s the time to put a fresh face forward, and there are myriad ways to both improve cold-induced dullness and dryness from head to toe while revealing the healthy, radiant skin you crave for spring, summer and well beyond.
Itâ€™s all about exfoliation
Low humidity, cold weather and exposu
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Whether out of necessity or sheer desire, weâ€™ve all dipped into our significant otherâ€™s product stash at some point (or even stolen something and made it our own). Perhaps the smell reminds you of your manâ€”or you simply like his version more than what you have in your own rotationâ€”but if you think menâ€™s and womenâ€™s skin are the same, guess again. â€œIn general, male skin is thicker, and it produces more sweat and oil,â€ explains Washington, D.C. dermatologist Terrence Keaney.
Men and women may have different skin attributes and needs, but that doesnâ€™t mean you canâ€™t dip into your significant otherâ€™s product stash if y