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Antioxidents, Vitamin K and retinol
Eat foods rich in antioxidents & Vitamin K. Use a moisturizing undereye cream with 5% Vitamin K. Take a...More
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Root Touch Up
I just found this root touch up, and people seem to like it. I got to a salon about every 4 to 5 weeks....More
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Razor Burn NO MORE... I've tried everything and ca...
Aloe Vera Gel works as a wonderful shave gel. I was in the shower and wanted to shave, but I...More
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White mark on my eye lid
A white mark (not a white spot) appeared on my left eye lid and is permanently there...how can I get rid it...More
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Forget Laser hair Removal!
I have Used A Viss Beauty IPL unit at home for months now, and i have gotten rid of my unwanted (lower region)...More
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Mature Skin-Dry Plus Wrinkles
What is the best OTC treatment to reduce the look of wrinkles and best OTC moisturizer?
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GOINC GRAY
Four years ago I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. What a journey this has been - so many learning...More
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Tip for cleansing face
Don't use handsoap because it is drying to the skin. Moisturize ever night as well.
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Reduce Discolorations and Hyperpigmentation.
For darker skin types, try the natural ingredient kojic acid to reduce discolorations in your skin...More
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Prevent breakouts with this easy tip!
Ladies, the best way to prevent breakouts every night is by pulling back your hair when you sleep. When...More
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Make sleep a priority.
As simple as it sounds, you must make sleep your priority. Getting a minimum of eight hours per night...More
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Exfoliate your sensitive skin
Believe it or not, sensitive skin types can still exfoliate using fruit enzyme scrubs to remove dead...More
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Drink eight glasses of water per day.
This tip is so simple yet often overlooked. Drinking enough water each day will flush toxins from the...More
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Minimize Rosacea!
Rosacea is an untreatable skin condition, but you can minimize this redness and inflammation by using a...More
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Massage Offers Skin Benefits!
Did you know that a facial massage is not only relaxing, but it stimulates circulation and helps to...More
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Reduce Deep Acne Scars
A minimally invasive and exceptionally effective treatment to reduce acne scars is microdermabrasion....More
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Exfoliate 2 to 3 times per week
All skin types can benefit from exfoliation to remove dead skin cells and prevent fine lines and...More
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Avoid parabens in your skin care products!
If you read a product label that sounds like a bad science experiment, avoid this product altogether!...More
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