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What Is Retinol? A Beginner's Guide Part 2

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What Is Retinol? A Beginner's Guide Part 2

Let's face it. Aging is a drag, and as much as we love wisdom gained via life experience, most of us fight the visible signs of aging tooth and nail. Just enter "anti-aging cream" into Google, and you'll get nearly 99 million results! Of all the anti-aging products on the market, retinol reigns supreme. It’s nearly impossible to flip through a magazine or stroll down a skin care aisle in a store without seeing retinol in everything from face and eye cream to body lotion. If you've read part one of our series, you know retinol is safe, effective, and...

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What Medical Grade Skincare Really Means

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What Medical Grade Skincare Really Means

    Choosing the most effective products for your skin can be a daunting task. Visit a department store, and you’ll be bombarded by options. Stop by the local drug store, and you’ll find even more. It can be overwhelming, especially when the mass media begins touting certain ingredients as cure-alls for everything under the sun. With so much information being bantered around, it can be difficult to know what’s real and what’s fiction. Medical grade skincare sets itself apart from the competition by offering research-backed ingredients in formulas that really work to transform skin. Here are some thing you...

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3 Things Skincare Companies Wished You Didn’t Know

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3 Things Skincare Companies Wished You Didn’t Know
Wouldn’t it be nice if every company was 100% forthright about their products? Manufacturers are required to be truthful when putting claims on their packaging … but that doesn’t mean that the ingredients in a given product will really deliver results. As a consumer, there are lots of ways to spot when companies are just seeking profits and not really giving you your money’s worth. Here are some things you should know before making your next purchase.

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5 Ways to Keep Skincare Products Fresh and Sanitary

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5 Ways to Keep Skincare Products Fresh and Sanitary
How much do you spend on skincare during the average year? According to a Statista surveyin 2018, 1.6 million U.S. consumers spend more than $500 on skincare products every 90 days. Skincare is an investment and keeping products fresh doesn’t require much in the way of effort. But many things can cause them to degrade and lose their potency, so here are some tips to help ensure those precious products remain good to the last drop.

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How do I use retinol?

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How do I use retinol?
Ever wondered how you should use retinol? Plastic Surgeon Dr. Thomas Narsete, MD explains how to ease into using retinol.

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