Rosacea Part 2: Triggers

Because triggers and their degrees of aggravation vary from person to person, identifying personal rosacea triggers is an important first step in controlling rosacea flares.

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Exercise + Protecting Skin

Regular exercise is important for all organs, internally and externally. Healthy hearts, lungs, brains and skin require our physical movement. Exercise increases oxygen levels and circulation to nourish skin cells, while flushing toxins from our bodies. Exercise also decreases stress

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Skin Cell Turnover

Skin care professionals talk about skin cell turnover as if it is the key to the fountain of youth, the holy grail of clear, smooth skin because it pretty much is. Not only does skin look and feel healthy, but

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truSculpt 3D vs. Coolsculpting

Both truSculpt 3D and Coolsculpting permanently destroy fat cells (apoptosis); however, there are major differences between the two. These major differences include chances and types of side effects, limitations of areas that can be treated, and the advantages of the

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Traveling + Germs

There is little else that can broaden your mind and fill your life with stories to tell than traveling can. There also is little else that can be worse than getting sick when you are far from home.

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