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Take Control of Your Rosacea

Rosacea is a very common issue, but sadly, there is a lot of misinformation about it. April is actually Rosacea Awareness Month, so I want to inform you about what’s really happening. In short, rosacea encompasses a skin type that has aspects of some but not necessarily all of the following features: facial flushing, facial […]

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How Often Should You Change Your Skin Care Regimen?

The question of when to change your skin care regimen can be complex. The simple answer is that you often need to change your skin care regimen. But, the longer answer helps you understand why, when and how your skin care regimen needs to change. What are some of the most common reasons your skin […]

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The New Natural Facial Toner Everyone Needs

My aestheticians have been making this toner by hand in small lots for our professional skin care treatments, and guess what? Now, we are sharing it! We love it, and know you will too. Deeply clean skin is prettier and a better base for absorbing the treatment products into your skin care routine.   Often, skin […]

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‘Twas the Night before Christmas

‘Twas the night before Christmas and all through the office The elves were all scurrying to bring out the flawless. The wishes of patients deep in their hearts to have clearer skin, good habits to start. Boxes were packed, shipping labels were ordered, the number of creams out and all sorted. Rosacea soap in tow, […]

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5 Ways to Give the Gift of Beautiful Skin This Holiday Season

Christmas will be here soon! Now is the time to order your gifts for friends and family so they will arrive in plenty of time. This year, why not give the gift of beautiful skin? Don’t underestimate the power of beautiful skin! Here are 5 gift ideas for your loved ones that will be sure […]

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The 7 Myths of Seborrheic Dermatitis (a.k.a., Dandruff)

  Do you have unsightly greasy, scaly rashes on your face and scalp?  Do your eyebrows, nose, ears, chin, chest or scalp appear red and dry? You may have something called seborrheic dermatitis (pronounced seb-uh-ray-ick dur-muh-tie-  tis) – better known as dandruff. In babies, it is commonly referred to as “cradle cap.” This is an extremely […]

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