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Four Factors That Can Accelerate Skin Aging

Four Factors That Can Accelerate Skin Aging

It turns out you need more than a sunhat or basic moisturizer to protect your skin from damaging environmental factors. Most of us blame our wrinkles, dryness, sagging, and crepiness on too many summers spent lounging around the pool. And while sun exposure is the primary cause of premature skin aging, there are several other environmental factors that can

Skin-Saving Tips for Outdoor Workouts

The one perk to the pandemic is that working from home (no commute!) has given people more time to exercise. And now that many gyms are closed, and people are nervous about clustering inside in large groups, more and more of us are exercising outside. The result: the streets are filled with runners, walkers, and

Best Skincare for Wrinkles- The Power of White Truffle

Best Skincare for Wrinkles: The Power of White Truffle

Antioxidants, peptides and botanicals, including white truffle, are some of the ingredients used in the best skin care for wrinkles. If you can remember VH1 television’s The Fabulous Life of…, you’ve probably celebrated enough birthdays to be keenly aware of fine lines right about now (and, more importantly, the best skincare for wrinkles to keep

4 Reasons Why Skin Hydration Products Need to Address the Climate

Skin Hydration Products: 4 Reasons Why They Need to Address the Climate

The key to great skin? Skin hydration products that take the climate into account. Climate has a huge impact on your skin—but skincare companies don’t want you to know that. Why the big secret? Their products don’t contain the ingredients needed to combat dryness triggered by your environment. For skin hydration products that fit your

When You Work Out Outside, Does the Climate Lead to Skin Redness?

Skin Redness and Working Out: Is Climate the Cause?

Working out keeps your body firm and smooth. However, it can have the opposite effect on your face, resulting in skin redness and other irritations. A study on mice that appeared in the Journal Mechanisms of Aging and Development shows that exercising for 30 minutes a day can cause skin damage. Exercise generates heat, and