Author: Kristy Kennedy

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The Four Best Vitamins to Add to Your Skincare Routine

If the last time you took a vitamin was when it was given to you in Flinstone form, then it’s time you add them back to your morning routine – especially if you’re concerned about your skin. If vitamins are the micronutrients our body needs in order to function, then it’s only logical that using …

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How to Keep Your Skin Looking Merry and Bright All Season Long

With the countdown to Christmas underway, you’re no doubt planning your beauty looks for the upcoming party season. But between the colder weather, cookies and booze galore, and the stress of keeping up during the busiest time of the year, keeping your skin clear for the festivities (and your family Christmas card photos) can be …

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How to Kick Dry Skin to the Curb

By October, we all start craving some cooler weather – especially in the South. But the seasonal dip in temperatures and humidity can take a toll on our skin. If you know you have a dry skin type, it’s especially important to get ahead of the winter weather by starting a dry skin prevention skincare …

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A Beginner’s Guide to Anti-Aging Skincare

Even if you still worry about the occasional breakout, it might be time to start thinking about wrinkles, too. Since signs of aging (like dark spots, fine lines, and loss of firmness) can appear as early as your 20s, we believe that it’s never too soon to start incorporating anti-aging products into your skincare routine. …

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Five Sunscreen Myths

Consider These Five Sunscreen Myths Debunked By now, you’re probably well-versed in the basics of sunscreen: wear it daily, choose a sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher, and reapply every two hours. But even the most skin-savvy people can come across misinformation about sunscreen that leaves them vulnerable to sun damage, premature aging, and skin …

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Does Food Really Affect Your Skin? You Asked, We’re Answering

Growing up, there were a few phrases that most of us heard our mothers say all the time: “Be home by 9,” “Be nice to your sister,” and “Get out of the cookie jar or you’ll get a pimple.” We might not have listened then (on more than one account), but recent studies show that …