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  • Can mechanical cleansing devices damage your skin?

    By Ron Robinson 

    We’ve all seen and heard about them, and probably even used at least one of them daily: electronic cleansing devices. 

    The ClarisonicTM automatically comes to mind, in addition to a slew of counterparts like the DDF Revolve 400X Micro-Polishing System, which uses a sponge-type head to buff and polish the skin for microdermabrasion results. 

  • 3 ways to tame your turkey neck

    It’s time to talk turkey, and we’re not referring to the star of your Thanksgiving soiree. What we mean is your neck. More specifically, the loose, sagging skin on your neck that starts to resemble a turkey’s waddle as we age — hence the ever unflattering term: turkey neck. 

    Sadly, there’s nothing that betrays the real digits on your drivers license faster than your neck. Okay… maybe your hands too… but I digress. 

  • Demystifying beautiful skin - from sunscreen to Botox

    At least one thing never changes. All women, from Cleopatra to now, have jumped through hoops to get beautiful skin. We want it so much that wishful thinking has spawned rumors, old wives tales and glaring inaccuracies. Real Simple magazine interviews plastic surgeons and other specialists to set the records straight, separating truth from misconception. 

  • Skincare tips to keep you blemish-free

    The most blatant signs of aging are those that appear on our skin. Wrinkles, sun spots and other blemishes can betray your looks and make you appear older than you actually are. To keep facial lines and skin woes at bay, keep in mind these important tips: 

  • It's a no brainer: All-in-one wrinkle and cancer prevention

    For years, you have been told to use sunscreen regularly to prevent aging. Now there's research to back that up. The Wall Street Journal describes a study in the June 2013 issue of Annals of Internal Medicine, demonstrating that people instructed to apply sunscreen every day showed 24 percent less skin aging, as measured by lines and coarseness of the skin, than those told to use the cream as they usually do. 

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