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Dairy Milk and Acne – Are They Related?

1296x728_Soy_Milk.jpgDairy milk has been praised for centuries (7,500 years to be exact) for its variety of health benefits. These benefits are so well known, in fact, that people all over the world include it as a staple in their diet. Milk contains a multitude of nutrients our bodies need like calcium, protein, potassium, vitamin A, B12, and D – just to name a few. Many also suggest that drinking milk can combat health issues like heart disease, reduce risk of stroke and reduce high blood pressure.

However, could drinking this nutritional beverage be making your acne worse?

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The Importance of Knowing your Skin Type

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Having beautiful skin begins with knowing your skin type and choosing the best skin care regime that caters to your specific needs. Many people do not know their skin type and for this reason, they use the wrong types of skin care products. For instance, the care that goes into treating dry skin is very different from the care that goes into treating oily skin. Treating the wrong skin type can lead to irritated skin, breakouts and premature aging. Choosing the correct skin care routine for your skin type is essential for making your skin appear youthful, healthy and the best it can be.

There are six common skin types: Normal, dry, oily/acne prone, combination and sensitive. We have put together a list of these skin types and their characteristics to help you easily determine which one suits you personally.  Continue reading “The Importance of Knowing your Skin Type”

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All You Need to Know about Skin Purging

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Have you ever started using a new skin care product that promises clear skin just to find a plethora of new breakouts a few days later, leaving you a bit confused and doubtful of the product’s effectiveness? Is your skin rejecting the new product or is it just evidence that it’s actually doing it’s job? There is a high chance that you may be experiencing skin purging. Purging is a term commonly used to describe the skin’s adjustment period after you began using a new product, specifically for ones that expedite the exfoliation process, when your skin appears to breakout more than before. Continue reading “All You Need to Know about Skin Purging”