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Skincare

Blue-Light Protection

We’ve all heard it: blue light from our phone screens are bad for our eyes, right? But did you know blue light is also damaging to the skin? Data is being collected on the effects of blue light on the skin. If you’re serious about preventing premature aging and damage, experts are saying protection from UVA and UVB rays is not enough, and research confirms that blue light is also bad for your skin. According to Dr. Murad of Murad Skincare, “spending four eight-hour workdays in front of a computer exposes you to the same amount of energy as 20

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BROW LIFT
Anti-Aging

Hydration and Calming

Say No to Conventional Moisturizers  The popularity of moisturizers has led to the term “Sensitive Skin.” Using moisturizers occasionally when needed is acceptable, but to depend on them to hydrate and calm skin on a daily basis is actually damaging to the skin. With repeated use, moisturizers have a negative impact on skin, making it weaker and drier — ultimately impairing the skin’s barrier function. It is also detrimental to skin’s cellular functions, arresting its ability to renew itself, leading to skin sensitivity and accelerated skin aging.   True Effects of Moisturizers Conventional moisturizers can do more harm than good

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Anti-Aging

Benefits of Consistent Chemical Peels

From aging skin to acneic skin, chemical peels can correct patients’ most bothersome skin concerns to transform skin health and improve people’s lives. A chemical peel is a technique used to improve and smooth the texture of the skin. Chemical peels are intended to remove the outermost layers of the skin. To accomplish this task, the chosen peel solution induces a controlled injury to the skin.    How does it work? Enzymes are proteins that act as a catalyst in cells to facilitate repeated chemical reactions.  Enzymes are a great addition to any skin care regimen because as cell turnover

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