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Your skin is like a sponge.

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Wet woman face with water drop. Moisturizing.

Say what? Skin is like a sponge? Have you noticed how a wet sponge picks up water so much better than a dry sponge? It’s the same thing with skin. "Wet" your skin first, and it will draw in more of whatever you put on next. What if I told you there was an ingredient…

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Do you wear your Vitamin C?

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If not then you should. And here's why; Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that helps to protect the skin and enhance its metabolism, topical use of Vitamin C has so many skin boosting benefits. Vitamin C topically applied has a brightening effect on the skin, slowing down the production of melanin. Bye bye brown…

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Do you eat your Greens?

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Are you getting enough greens? Your skin will thank you for it! Leafy greens are an excellent way to help aid your bodies natural detoxification pathways by enhancing the function of the Kidneys, Liver, Gall Bladder and even the lungs. Packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and phytonutrients. Greens are also a valuable source of vegetable…

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Water! Do you drink enough?

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Wet woman face with water drop. Moisturizing.

Drinking enough water really is so important to allow our bodies to function in a healthy state, it is essential to life. Typically we can not live more then a few days without it. But did you also know that your low water intake could also be possibly responsible for your "dry skin" woes? So…

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Keratosis Pilaris aka Chicken Skin

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Keratosis Pilaris (KP) This common skin condition, sometimes referred to as "chicken skin" due to the bumpy red spots can be found on the upper legs, buttocks, upper arms and less commonly the face. The bumps felt on the skin are caused by a build up of keratin forming a plug that blocks the opening…

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