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Serums, cleansers, sunscreens and the like are undeniably essential for proper skin health. However, for the best possible results, we need to put equal emphasis on what we put inside...
As we age, our bodies experience a natural decline in the levels of collagen and elastin. When it comes to the neck – which is often one of the first...
Niacinamide may not be the most well-known skincare ingredient, but that doesn’t mean it’s not worthy of attention. This restorative and repairing vitamin is the star of our Foundation Skincare...
Metabolism is the process of converting nutrients into energy in the body. But did you know that the skin has its own metabolism?
It is well documented that nutrition impacts the health of your skin and hair and contributes to healthy skin and hair as you age.
Knowing how lifestyle factors affect the skin and hair can help you adopt new habits to improve the condition of your skin and hair.
The effects of stress on the skin can be varied, depending on your age, lifestyle, and skin type.
The health of your skin and hair changes with aging as your hormones fluctuate.
Hormones regulate all of your bodily functions, including the health of your skin and hair.
With an overwhelming amount of hair supplements available on the market, it’s hard knowing which one will work best for you.
Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory disease of the skin. It is unclear if this is truly an autoimmune disease but it is clear that there is a genetic component.
Too much exposure to sun rays can causing premature aging, sun spots and puts you at risk of developing skin cancer.
We lose somewhere between 50 to 100 strands of hair a day and we have over 100,000 strands of hair and many more hair follicles.