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Honoring Women: 3 Powerful Influencers Who Helped Shape Dr. Bailey

Each time a girl opens a book and reads a womanless history, she learns she is worth less.  ~ Myra Pollack Sadker March is National Women’s History month, a time when we celebrate women who have accomplished great things for the world and for humanity. It’s important to know our history – both the famous […]

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How Care for the Sentive Skin Under Your Eyes

Have you ever applied products to your face to find it burns or stings on your under-eye skin? Do you know how to care for your under-eye skin? The skin below your eyes has its own set of skin care “rules.” It’s uncommonly sensitive, thin, and for better or worse, is often a window into […]

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Dr. Bailey’s 5 Best Makeup Practices for Your Skin

  Have you ever been so tired at night that you went to bed without washing off your makeup and the next day your eyes felt gritty and your skin looked horrible?  Have you ever had trouble getting your trusted favorite makeup to look good on your skin? You use makeup to enhance your facial […]

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Tips for Getting Sandal-Ready Feet in Time for Spring

Are your feet ready spring? If not, do you know the best methods to get your feet soft and smooth? Cherry blossoms are starting to bloom in many parts of the northern hemisphere, indicating that spring is right around the corner. From plants to animals to human yearnings, spring brings a desire to rejuvenate and […]

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Beat the Winter Blues with this Mood-Boosting Recipe

Spring is almost here! The days are getting longer and the warm rays of the sun are breaking through more often. Contrary to how some of you who live north of the equator might feel right now, a warm up is on its way – and we’ve got some help to make it feel like […]

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Why You Don’t Have to Hide Nail Psoriasis Anymore

Psoriasis of the finger and toenails is disfiguring, potentially uncomfortable, and hard to treat. New treatment guidelines were just released by the Medical Board of the National Psoriasis Foundation and published in JAMA Dermatology. If you or someone you know has psoriatic nail problems, you’ll want to be aware of this paper. What happens to nails […]

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