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    We all know how important it is to eat a healthy diet for our internal health, but did you know that the same foods we are advised to consume have a tremendous effect on the health of our skin? Consuming free-radical forming processed foods increase inflammation in the body and contribute to skin conditions such as acne,  premature aging and redness. Read on to learn what foods are best for fighting inflammation on the inside and out.   Berries Berries like strawberries, blueberries and blackberries contain some of the highest antioxidant levels found in nature. These antioxidants help protect our skin from free-radical

    It is integral to protect your skin from the sun with daily application of SPF. Unprotected sun exposure leads to premature aging and pigmentation problems. More seriously, UV radiation damages the skins's DNA at a fundamental level and can lead to the development of skin cancer. As important as it is to routinely shield your skin from the sun, it's equally crucial to find an SPF that does not contain harmful chemicals. The skin is our body's largest organ, so you want to ensure any product absorbed is not hazardous to your health. Next time you shop for sunscreen, review the

    The New Year is here, and with that comes new resolutions! Who can relate though-- often sudden steadfast resolve can quickly give way to abandonment. Here are 5 skincare resolutions you should strive to stick to if you aren't doing them already:   Drink more water Drinking an adequate amount of water is important for the health of your entire body, not just your skin. Even mild dehydration can lead to lapses in memory and fatigue. Hydrate yourself and your skin by drinking at least 8 cups of water daily. Water consumption plumps skin and can diminish the appearance of fine lines and

    The terms dry and dehydrated are often used interchangeably when describing the state of skin. Discovering the difference however is helpful in selecting the right treatment regimen. Dry skin is a skin type which lacks oil. You can determine is you have dry skin if you see that your pores are small and if your skin feels tight or rough. Sebum or oil production will be minimal in this skin type. Dehydrated skin on the other hand, lacks water. Since it is a skin condition, any skin type can experience dehydrated skin. Dehydrated skin can be caused by external factors such as weather

    The sun is the biggest factor of how the skin ages. Exposure to UV radiation from the sun or tanning beds triggers melanocyte cells to increase melanin production to help shield your skin from the sun’s rays. Melanin is the pigment that gives our skin its color and is our body’s natural defense against the sun.  However, excessive sun exposure can cause DNA damage to melanocytes, which can lead to the development of skin cancer and pigmentation problems. Additional signs of damage and premature aging include sagging and wrinkling, which occur due to the break down of collagen and elastin.

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