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Dry Skin Rescue Remedies

Our skin becomes susceptible to dryness during the winter months with the combination of freezing cold temperatures and forced air heat. Areas such as the hands, lower legs and lips are often most prone to the ravages of winter because they produce less natural oil. Our dermis provides an armor agai...
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Holiday Season Sparkle

During the winter and holiday season we strive to look our best for festive parties, social functions and family get togethers. From the perfect outfit to radiant skin, the time to get started is now! From Dysport and Botox to Chemical Peels and Microdermabrasion, planning is key to achieve an...
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Facts about Melanoma

Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer. The number of people with this deadly cancer is skyrocketing. Luckily, if caught early, melanoma can be cured. Here are some facts you need to know about melanoma. Melanoma is the leading cancer in people aged 25-29 One in 67 American Caucasians will de...
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June is Acne Awareness Month

Top Myths About Acne Acne goes away after high school. Once acne is cleared you can stop all your medications. Acne scars are caused by picking. Spot treating acne pimples is the best way to clear skin. Acne vulgaris affects 80% of the population at some time in their lives. Also known as pimples or...
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FDA Sunscreen Regulations and Sun Safety

Top 5 Myths About Sunscreens: They completely block out UVA and UVB rays. They are waterproof. They provide “all day” protection. SPF 100 is 4 times SPF 25. Sunscreen prevents you from producing Vitamin D. The FDA has recently created new sunscreen regulations to clarify the confusion wi...
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Sun Damaged Skin

Summer is almost done and likely you’ve enjoyed some of the sun, but what do you do if you accidentally overdid it? Top 5 ways to Repair Sun Damaged Skin Use an antioxidant to reduce “sunburn cells”. These can help reduce the breakdown of collagen and elastic tissue due to sun exposure. Antiox...
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Top Ways to Manage Men’s Skin

We all know that women and men can be very different. But did you know that there is a difference in their skin? Men tend to have thicker, oilier skin (thanks to testosterone!), which can withstand stronger acne medications and anti-aging products. Men also tend to have more collagen to give their s...
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Great Nutrition for Your Skin

Top 5 Foods for Younger, Healthier-Looking Skin Nuts, especially almonds- They are rich in Vitamin E which is the primary antioxidant to quench those damaging “free radicals” that form from the sun and pollution. Free radicals lead to inflammation and the breakdown of collagen and elasti...
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Holiday Proofing Your Skin

The holidays are around the corner, and we at CCSD want to make sure your skin stays clear and glowing. To help prevent breakouts and blotchiness, follow these 5 simple rules: Drink plenty of water – multiple holiday parties means late nights and cocktails. Both can wreak havoc on your skin. Make ...
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