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April 1, 2021

Don't Be Fooled By These Skin Myths
Only a fool doesn’t want flawless skin this April Fool's Day. Can you tell facts from foolish fiction with our fun quiz?
Choose foolish (false) or wise (true) answers to these questions and see if you guessed right, below. No fooling!
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March 31, 2021

Tips on Building a Skincare Routine for Sensitive Skin
Does your skin tend to act like a rebellious teen, throwing tantrums in the form of irritation, rashes, and sudden breakouts? No matter how hard you try to protect and nourish your skin, it just doesn’t seem happy? You may have a sensitive skin type! Here are five simple steps you can take to help put together a skincare routine great for sensitive skin.
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March 23, 2021

Can Diabetes Have An Impact On Your Skin?
Today is Diabetes Alert Day: a day when healthcare professionals explain the warning signs of this common condition. Though you might not think of the skin when you think of diabetes, there IS a strong connection. Certain skin conditions indicate that someone is more likely to have or develop diabetes. 
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March 18, 2021

Four Ways to Transition into Spring Skincare 🌸
Throughout the colder, winter months, we tend to wear heavier moisturizers and skincare products to protect our skin, but sometimes even with all that protection, our skin is still left feeling dry. It still itches. It cracks. It isn’t always pretty, as you know. Luckily, that season’s now behind us. It’s time to say goodbye to winter and hellooo to Spring, which means time to revamp your skincare routine. We’ll take you through some of our favorite tips on how to transition your routine so your skin will blossom this Spring.
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April 20, 0201

Is More Better? How Much Skincare to Really Use🧴
It’s sometimes hard to gauge how much skincare product to use. You don’t want to use too much or too little. You want that “Goldilocks” amount that’s “just right.” Finding this balance is simple if you understand some general product guidelines.
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