Most of us have a homemade beauty recipe up our sleeve. Whether we slather our faces with avocado to get baby soft skin, put flour in our hair to get ...
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A high-sugar diet won't do your skin many favors, but incorporating it into your topical beauty routine can deliver some pretty sweet results.
We're all spending more time outdoors. And that warm summer sun feels oh-so-good -- until I remember the damage it could be wreaking on my skin: Ninety percent of skin aging is caused by the sun.
The key to revamping your beauty routine is knowing who you are (including how much time you have to spend, your budget, and your personal style preferences) and set realistic goals as you update your routine.
Almost every male or female client I talk to -- whether over a cup of coffee or during a skin consultation -- asks for insights into how to correct and hide skin imperfections on the face.
I have put together a list of foods (that you likely have in your kitchen) for their nutritional benefits. They do wonders for your skin -- both internally and topically!
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