• The Clear Skin Diet

    Today more and more adults suffer from adult acne. This is mostly caused by the western diet that is rich in simple carbs, fat, and sugar, a diet that also causes weight gain and obesity. View Post
  • At-Home Acne Remedies

    Acne is of the most common skin conditions in the world, affecting an estimated 85% of people at some point in their lives. Although there is no definitive cure, there are many simple and easy natural remedies using common ingredients found in your pantry and refrigerator to prevent or minimize the problem. View Post
  • DIY Skin Savers

    As summer has passed and fall just kind of showed up, some of you may be experiencing some anxiety from this bipolar weather. Not to mention that this can be a little confusing for your skin care regimen. So, as you brave the elements of each day, you want to continue to make sure your skin is at it’s best, no matter rain, sleet or shine.  

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  • Using Colloidal Silver For Acne

    Dealing with acne has been widely accepted as rights of passage when people are transitioning through adolescence to become young adults. But what is there to be said for those that experience adult acne? Teens included for that matter. The great news is, this is the most common skin condition in... View Post
  • Adult Acne- It's More Common Than You Think

    June is Acne Awareness Month so we're digging deep into acne and acne care all month long! If you think that you're the only one still dealing with acne after puberty...think again! Many women over the age of 25 years experience adult acne. In fact, a survey of more than 1,000 adults published ... View Post
  • 4 Sneaky Snacks That Cause Skin Flare-Ups: Spring Clean Your Snacks

    Beauty, I gotta tell ya. I love some snacks! I am what you would categorize a “grazer” and not an actual “eater” of meals. I will slowly graze all day long, picking up whatever tickles my fancy and I think will feel yummy in my tummy. I mean, thick thighs save lives, right? But unfortunately, ba... View Post