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Anti Aging, Skin Tips, SPF, SPF FAQ, Sun Protection -

The days are getting longer and warmer. The lusted smell of summer is beginning to creep into the atmosphere. Enjoy the extra dose of Vitamin D as you soak in the rays of sunshine, but it is crucial that you remember to keep it in moderation, and when indulging in the sun’s full glory, do it safely. WEAR YOUR SPF! A Quick FAQ Resource – What does SPF mean? Sun Protection Factor What does SPF do? It protects your skin from skin damaging Ultraviolet rays that cause premature skin aging, and at worst can cause skin cancer. Does the number...

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ABCDE Rule, ABCDEs of Melanoma, How To Prevent Skin Cancer, Learn About Your Skin, Melanoma, Melanoma ABCDE, MELANOMA ABCDEs, Melanoma Awareness, Melanoma Detection, Melanoma Prevention, Prevent Skin Cancer, Protect Your Skin, Skin Cancer, Skin Cancer Awareness, Skin Cancer Detection, Skin Cancer Prevention, SPF, Sun Protection -

Actually it's MELANOMA detection and prevention month to be more specific, the most dangerous skin cancer. Today, you hear all around you, sun exposure poses a huge threat, but why? You are exposed to ultraviolet (UV) radiation emitted from the beaming sun rays, all day everyday, even when indoors, that is of course unless you are locked up somewhere in a room with no windows. When your skin is exposed to uv radiation, it sends a defensive signal to your skin to protect itself. This activates your melanocyte skin cells which are located at the deepest part of the upper layer of...

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anthocyanin, ferulic acid, flavonoids, phenolic acids, Quinic Acid, Skin Soothing, Strawberries, Strawberry, Strawberry Kiwi Gel Masque, Strawberry Mask, Strawberry Skin Care, Vitamin C -

Did you know its national strawberry month? Strawberries are a delicious superfood packed with health promoting bio-actives including vitamins, minerals, phenolic acids and flavonoids, especially anthocyanin, a phytochemical responsible for the red color of the berries. Strawberries in Skin Care With an acidic pH ranging between 5 and 6, strawberries, naturally promote a healthy acid mantle, the ideal skin surface pH in well balanced skin, which should be between 4.5 and 6.3. Strawberries have one of the highest concentrations of VITAMIN C. Some people even go as far as calling Vitamin C the holy grail of preventing premature wrinkles. All...

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growth stretchmarks, home treatment for stretch marks, hormonal stretch marks, how to get rid of stretchmarks, how to improve stretch marks, non invasive stretch marks treatment, pregnancy stretchmarks, stretch marks, stretch marks home treatment, Stretchmarks, Stretchmarks be gone treatment -

Did you know that over 80% of women have Stretch marks? The most common areas are on the stomach, waist, thighs, hips and on the breasts, but they can appear anywhere. What happens is there develops ruptures in the extracellular matrix which is made up of collagen & elastin fibers. This is especially a major concern for Moms, who are more susceptible to Stretch Marks due to the changes in hormone levels and stretching of the skin during pregnancy. Let’s take a deeper dive into understanding the actual epidermal issue. Stretchmarks, much like scars, are compacted compromised collagen fibers. When...

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Anti-Aging, Antioxidant, Beta Carotene, BioActive, Botanical, Carotenoids, Folic Acid, Healing, Hippophae, Magic Berry, Malic Acid, Omega 3, Omega 6, Omega 7, Omega 9, Orange Berries, Quinic Acid, Scar Healing, Scar Removing, Sea Buckthorn, Siberian Berry -

Hippophae berries, a gift from Mother Nature, also known as sea buckthorn are nature's exclusive supplier of the  rare Omega-7 fatty acid with powerful anti-aging abilities among many digestive and urinary tract health benefits. Hippophae berries are also most densely concentrated with other antioxidants and substances supplying skin with Vitamin C,Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, Folic Acid, Carotenoids, Omega-9, Omega-6, Omega-3,Quinic Acid, Malic Acid, and Flavonoids.  Studies have shown an impeccable therapeutic ability of these small orange berries to repair damaged DNA. It enhances and enables the skin barrier to protect itself from environmental toxins.  Hippophae berries primarily in the form of an oil contain a “bioactive skin soothing complex” used for many centuries in Siberia...

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