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Itâ€™s hard to believe itâ€™s already time to say goodbye to summerâ€¦ Weâ€™ll all miss the long weekends, beach days, vacays and overall laid-back vibeâ€”but Fall is great simply because itâ€™s a fresh start! As you prepare for cooler days ahead by stowing the bathing suits and sandals (and reaching for the warmer layers and boots), itâ€™s important to keep your skincare and diet in mind as well. With less sun exposure on the agenda, â€˜tis the season to get reacquainted with products and habits that have perhaps been ignored since spring. Hereâ€™s a guide to getting back into the swing.
Reverse sun damage
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New York City nutritionist, Lisa Drayer, MA, RD, knows that beauty doesnâ€™t just depend on what skincare products or treatments you use. What you eat is equally important, and, in fact, she recommends â€œbeauty foodsâ€ to enhance your appearance as well as your overall health. A sought after national television and radio guest, Lisaâ€™s expertise includes beauty nutrition, weight management, pre and post-natal nutrition, and general wellness. In addition, she is currently a spokesperson for NECTRESSEâ„¢ Natural No Calorie Sweetener from McNeill Nutritionals, LLC, the maker of SPLENDAÂ®.
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You donâ€™t have to watch All My Children to know Susan Lucci or her daytime TV alter ego Erica Kane. She is the undisputed queen of the soaps, known around the globe, who graciously took the time to dish with Beauty In The Bag about what keeps her looking just so youthful and glamorous.
Lucci first started playing soap opera icon Erica Kane in 1970. AfterÂ 41 years, more than 12 marriages (including a few to the same groom), a slew of torrid love affairs, more-than-one near death experience, an addi