DIY Skin Health

4 Ways Omega-3s Benefit The Skin

In homage to National Health & Nutrition Month, we wanted to discuss how what you eat can benefit your skin health! Omega-3 fatty acids have numerous health benefits, ranging from preventing cardiovascular disease to enriching the overall health of your skin. While our body can make most types of fats that it needs, it is unable to make the essential Continue reading

Top 4 Surprising Foods to Protect Yourself from Skin Cancer

Every single day, 9,500 Americans are diagnosed with skin cancer. And while smart sun protection habits (e.g. using sunscreen) remain one of the best ways to reduce your skin cancer risks, a healthy diet also plays an important role. “If you want to not only protect your skin from sun damage but also heal your skin at a cellular level Continue reading

Keeping Hands Moisturized After Excessive Hand Sanitizer & Hand Washing

If you’re like a lot of Americans, you’ve spent the last two months hyper-conscious of your hands. Trying to avoid touching doorknobs and buttons, repeating the mantra “don’t touch your face”, even become lighting fast with application of hand sanitizer when coming into contact with something even slightly suspect. We have all become proficient with washing our hands for the Continue reading

Can Probiotics Really Help Clear Your Skin?

When thinking about probiotics, the first thing that comes to mind for many people is yogurt. While it is true that probiotics are good for your gut, most people are unaware that they are also good for your skin too!  Read on to find out how using probiotics can help you look and feel your best on the inside and Continue reading

Exfoliation: What Is It & How Often Should I Do It?

How Often Should I Exfoliate Your skin is not only a cover, but also the largest organ in your body. Like the rest of your body, it constantly regenerates and replaces dead cells for the duration of your life. It is also porous, so as cells die at the surface, they can be trapped by the oil of your skin. Continue reading

4 Super Foods for the Skin

Every year there is a new diet or super food that promises to improve your health, help you look younger, eliminate wrinkles, and let you live forever! “These fads don’t last long and often don’t stay around long enough to see an effect,” says Dr. Kellie Reed, board certified Dermatologist at Sanova Dermatology. With so much media coverage on these Continue reading

The Top 3 Benefits Of A Clarisonic Brush!

Beauty gurus rave about how much they love Clarisonic brushes. But an important question you may ask yourself is: what exactly are the benefits of a clarisonic brush? It’s a great question – before you go out and invest in one, you should know what all it can do for you. #1 Really Remove Makeup “A facial brush helps you cleanse your facial skin Continue reading

Sweating and Body Odor: Five Natural Approaches to Controlling Them

Sweating is a natural process that helps cool the body. “The offensive odor that often results from sweating is not caused specifically by sweat, but often by bacteria that flourishes in the hot and moist environment brought about by sweating,” explains Dr. Adam Mamelak, board certified dermatologist in Austin, Texas. Excessive sweating, which often translates into pungent body odor, can be a Continue reading

How Can Shea Butter Benefit Your Skin?

“More and more patients are seeking natural and homeopathic remedies for their skin,” says Dr. Miriam Hanson, board certified dermatologist and skin care expert in Austin, Texas. Many of these, like Shea butter, have been tried and tested over time, finding its niche amongst cosmetic and skin care preparations. Shea butter is rich in vitamins A, D and E, as Continue reading

How Does Cold Weather and Climate Affect Eczema?

Eczema is a condition that causes your skin to become irritated and inflamed. It affects approximately 10 to 20 percent of babies and roughly 3 percent of adults. Unfortunately, there is no cure for the disease, but proper treatment can control it. All types of eczema, whether it be atopic dermatitis, hand eczema or contact dermatitis, can cause redness, itching Continue reading

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