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October 21, 2020

You Don't Have to be a Ghost This Halloween! 👻
Summer might be long gone, but your glow doesn't have to be!
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October 13, 2020

Do You Know What Type of Eczema You Have?
If you’ve noticed that your skin is itchy, very dry and turns red from time to time, it might be an indicator that you have eczema. October is eczema awareness month and a time when we put more light on the subject to create awareness and provide important information on the condition. Do you have one of the many types of eczema? According to Healthline, there are 7! Read on for some indicators that you might have one of the types, as well as treatment tips. 
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October 8, 2020

How Breast Cancer Awareness Month Ties in With Skin Health 🎀🎀🎀
October is always an important month for women because it’s Breast Cancer awareness month. It’s a time of year when breast cancer charities increase awareness of the condition, and educate women of the importance of early screening and detection.
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September 23, 2020

What's on Your Grocery List This Fall? ✏️
We’ve all heard the phrase ‘you are what you eat’, reminding us of the importance of eating good food in order to stay healthy and feel our best. Now that it’s officially fall, we’re taking every opportunity to devour the autumn foods that are particularly high in vitamins and minerals that are excellent for our skin’s complexion. 
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September 22, 2020

How to Transition Your Skincare Routine from Summer to Fall
With fall upon us, I’m sure you’re all starting to think about sweater weather, football tailgates (social distance style, of course!) and pumpkin spice everything! 🎃☕ With every changing season comes transition. Not only is it time to bring out the fall wardrobe, it’s time to change up your skincare too!
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September 16, 2020

Skin Discoloration: How to Treat & Prevent
With the summer season officially coming to an end, you’re probably starting to miss those long days outdoors. Spending a moderate amount of time in the sun (while using sunscreen!) is great for getting our fill of Vitamin D, but too much exposure to UV rays during the summer months can lead to signs of skin discoloration. 
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