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Skin Breaking Out? Travel Mistakes You’re Making with Your Skin

Skin Breaking Out? Travel Mistakes You’re Making with Your Skin

Aaah, travel. How do we love thee? Let us count the ways: exotic new locales (and locals), eye-opening new perspectives, exploration, and relaxation. The list goes on and on. What we don’t love? How it often throws our skin into a complete tailspin (think jet lag coming alive on your face: skin breaking out, sensitivity,

Harmonizing with Your Climate Is How to Have Clear Skin

How to Have Clear Skin? Harmonize with Your Climate

Our skin is our body’s largest organ. And because it’s the only one that’s on display, it tells us a tale of who we are, how we live, even where we live. If, like most of us, you’re on a quest to figure out how to have clear skin once and for all, you’ll need

The SOS Signs Your Skin Is Sending

The SOS Signs Your Skin Is Sending

A wrinkle here, some bumps there—as your body’s biggest organ, your skin, is giving you a heads-up on how your environment is affecting your overall health. “Our skin is a window into what’s going on inside the body and its overall health,” says Anne Chapas, M.D, of the Laser & Skin Surgery Center in New

what it means that skin is shocked by climate

What it Means That Skin is Shocked by Climate

Heading from one extreme climate to another? Your face is about to freak. All is well when seasons change and skin has time to gradually adjust to the new environment. But when you cross from tropical to polar (or vice versa) rather suddenly, panic sets in. “People get red cheeks, their skin gets dehydrated, and

How to Soothe Your Rosy Cheeks this Winter

And why that red glow is more a sign of external aging than a healthy flush. Here’s what you need to know. Trust us—the red streaks on your complexion in the winter are not from the sun. The cold temperatures, extremely dry air, and harsh winds form a pack in the winter with an agenda