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Wrinkles appear as folds, creases, or ridges in the skin. Although wrinkles tend to first occur due to repeated facial expressions, these creases can further develop due to factors like age, sun damage, and dehydration.  While most people think that they can’t do anything about their stubborn wrinkles, the truth is that further formation of Dr.-Sylvia-Skin-Care-Moisturizers Aug / 20
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  Acne can often make your face appear oily or greasy. The last thing most acne-sufferers want to do is add to the problem by slathering on a layer of moisturizer.  While you may think that you don’t need to hydrate your skin if it appears oily, the reality is your face needs hydration. However, Dr.-Sylvia-Skin-Care-Concealer Aug / 19
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Foundation goes a long way towards creating an even and uniform color to the skin. It can even cover up flaws like the occasional pimple and minor scarring. However, often times foundation does not adequately cover more noticeable imperfections. That is where concealer comes in.  Concealers have the ability to mask age spots, dark circles, Dr.-Sylvia-Skin-Care-Moisturizer Aug / 16
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When you have dry skin, you are prone to itchiness and redness causing you to be more sensitive to many products. Many modern skin care contain harsh chemicals that can irritate and inflame dry skin, making it difficult to maintain a healthy skin care routine.  If you have dry skin, it’s important to take the The Role of Antioxidants in Skin Care Aug / 06
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Antioxidants, whether natural or manmade, are designed to prevent free radicals from damaging your cells. Free radicals refer to molecules that are produced when your body breaks down food or is exposed to radiation, tobacco smoke, and similar dangers.  While the body needs some free radicals to fight off microbes and viruses, having too many Physical vs. Chemical Sunscreen: What’s the Difference Aug / 02
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Sunscreen plays a critical role in the health of your skin. Every time you venture outdoors, you put your skin at risk. Harmful ultraviolet rays are associated with premature skin aging.  Over time, exposure to the sun without protection can cause age spots, fine lines, and wrinkles. By slathering on a quality sunscreen, you can Oily or Problematic Skin Jul / 22
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Oily or problematic skin can have a major impact on confidence. Acne is one of the biggest culprits that affects people of all ages, including adults who have long said goodbye to the chaotic hormones of puberty.  Some people are more prone to developing troublesome skin due to genetics, while others have developed oily or Dr-Sylvia-Skin-Care-Sunscreen Jun / 13
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Natural sunlight can be beneficial to the body as it triggers the production of vitamin D. The “sunshine vitamin” helps lower high blood pressure, protects against inflammation, and improves brain function. Sunlight also helps keep our sleeping patterns in check which can be highly advantageous in the winter when seasonal affective disorder is at an Vitamin-c-Dr.Sylvia-skin-Care Jun / 12
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Vitamin C plays many vital roles in the body. It protects against cardiovascular disease, immune system deficiencies, and eye disease. It is also thought to prevent more serious complications of the common cold. What many people do not realize is that vitamin C has a direct impact on the skin’s health. Vitamin C has the Dr.-Sylvia-Skin-Care- Sunscreen Apr / 05
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The health benefits of sunscreen have been proven again and again. Unfortunately, less than 30 percent of women and 15 percent of men use sunscreen on exposed skin regularly while outdoors. While you probably know that sunscreen helps protect the skin from sunburn and other harmful effects of the sun, it is also important for

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