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With breezy dresses and strappy sandals finallyÂ at the front of your closet (and your winter wardrobe tucked away in the back), itâ€™s likely that your skincare and makeup routine could use a refresh for the new season as well.
Not sure where to start? We enlisted dermatologist Dr. Jessica Krant of New York Cityâ€™s Art of Dermatology to share her summer skincare advice.
Many believe itâ€™s best to scale back on the retinoids because of increased sun exposure during the summer, but this isnâ€™t necessarily the case. According to Dr. Krant, â€œRetinoids donâ€™t cause sun-related sensitivityâ€”but the increase in cell turnover rate provided
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What tops your wish list of #skingoals? We’re pretty sure that brighter, softer, smoother, more even toned, and younger are right up there. Free of acne lesions most likely also ranks high, and let’s not forget the perennial favorite, fewer fine lines and wrinkles. One of the primary ways to get there is via peels.
By sloughing off dull, dead, dry surface skin cells, tried and true acid peels can work wonders for all skin types. Exfoliation happens primarily on the outer layer of your skin, the stratum corneum. Exfoliation, either mechanical or chemical, accelerates the shedding process to reveal healthy, fresh skin cells. Chemical exfoliation is all about fruity enzymes like papaya, pump
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Copper was lauded for its anti-microbial benefits as far back as ancient times, and the first mention of its medicinal use for sterilizing wounds and drinking water appeared in the Smith Papyrus, an Egyptian medical text written between 2600 and 2200 B.C. Greek, Roman, Aztec and other civilizations used copper for hygienic purposes as well, so it was only a matter of time until this metal found its way into modern skincare and beauty products.
Copper can be found in various forms depending on the purpose of the product. Copper peptides are widely used in age-reversing products due to their ability to stimulate the antioxidant enzyme called superoxide dismutase (SOD). This mineral also wor
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The holiday season may be the most wonderful time of the yearâ€”but it also has the potential for wreaking havoc on your complexion. From a jam-packed schedule to ingestible temptation at every turn, itâ€™s easy to get off-track as far as healthy diet and lifestyle choices are concerned. Here, six top dermatologists share their advice for helping you and your skin weather the final stretch of 2017â€”and start 2018 off beautifully.
Donâ€™t indulge your sweet tooth.
Cookies, candy canes and all sorts of tempting treats are synonymous with the holidays, but weight gain isnâ€™t the only threat posed by these little indulgences. Excess sugar can have an aging effect o