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The 10 Minute Winter Skin Fix You Always Forget

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We’re not even halfway through winter, but an overwhelming amount of us are already battling dry, tight, uncomfortable skin. As the air chills and dries out, it takes the moisture in your skin with it through a process called Trans Epidermal Water Loss (TEWL). Added to dry, forced indoor heating, hot showers, and harsh winds, […]

 
 

The 7 Skin Sins: Dehydration

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We are in week 4 of the skin sins series – blog posts dedicated to discussing lifestyle habits that can wreak short- and long-term havoc on your skin. I’ve talked about some major no-no’s so far, like sugar, skipping sleep, and smoking – but this week I’m covering a somewhat trickier sin: dehydration. Unlike a […]

 
 

Winter Skin Woes

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  It’s finally here! We’ve reached the halfway point between November and March – the months when over 80 million Americans say their skin gets dry and itchy. I’ve talked before about dry skin causes and remedies to help dry itchy skin, but now I want to turn the focus specifically to moisturizers. Not all skin […]

 
 

How-To: Shower Smart and Save Your Dry Skin

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Dry, cracked, uncomfortable skin belongs on old man winter – not on you. But when the weather gets cold, you need to change up your routine when it comes to bathing to keep your skin hydrated and comfortable. Here’s how: Skip the bath, stick to showering You may wish to soak in the tub for […]

 
 

Ditch that Winter Itch!

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It wasn’t there in August, but it suddenly appears in December – the itchy, dry, flaky skin that has you scratching all season long. In fact, over 80 million Americans say their skin gets dry and itchy between the months of November and March.* The Reason When your skin is functioning healthy, it’s comprised of […]

 
 

You mean I’m a prune?

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Dry skin is one of the most misunderstood concepts in skin care. You may think that sounds ridiculous. Dry skin is dry skin, right? Well maybe it is…or maybe it isn’t. Is a plum a prune? I feel like I’m talking in circles here, so let me explain as best I can. Truly dry skin […]