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Protein shakes: they’re a quick and convenient route to nourishment. But what if that beverage designed to keep you healthy is actually causing acne breakouts? Our Weekly Dose of Beauty article discusses this connection and just what it is about protein shakes that might cause an increase in those unsightly blemishes.
- Dermatologists Warn That This Popular Drink Could Be Messing Up Your Skin:
- The Five Best Products and Treatments for Persistently Oily Skin:
Blackheads. At some point or another, we all get them. But what causes them, how do we get rid of them and most of all– how do we keep them from coming back? Learn the answers to these and other questions in this Weekly Dose of Beauty.
- Aestheticians Share Their Top Tips for Getting Rid of Blackheads:
They might appear on your cheeks, around your nose or even on your legs. Those bright red blood vessels that show through your skin, making your skin have an uneven red look. A lot of people think of them as broken capillaries. But are they, really? What causes them, how do you treat them and, most importantly, how do you prevent new ones from forming? You’ll find out the answer to all these questions in our selected Weekly Dose of Beauty article:
- Common Causes of So-Called Broken Capillaries and How To Treat Them:
Looking to give your skin a lift in between your morning and evening beauty regimens? Check out the article selected for this Weekly Dose of Beauty, and see which eight facial mists were selected by New Beauty experts:
- The Hardest Working Facial Mists that Keep Skin Glowy from 9 to 5:
Whether you’re working outside, enjoying the beach, or simply driving on the daily commute, your hands are the one part of your body that is almost consistently getting sun exposure– and that can lead to dark spots. In this Weekly Dose of Beauty, you’ll get the tips you need to prevent those dark spots from popping up, and for treating them if they’ve already made a grand appearance.
- The Daily Activity That Can Discolor Your Hands:
Crepey skin… Its that thin, paper-like skin texture that seems looser or more crinkly than other skin. And if you’re in your 40s or older, you may already be noticing it on your arms, neck or thighs. But what causes it and how is it different from other skin? Our Weekly Dose of Beauty article tells you just that!
- Why Crepey Skin is Different from Other Types of Skin Aging:
And now you’re wondering: what can you do to prevent or reduce your own crepey skin? Contact us for a personalized consultation!
- Drink up. Keeping your body hydrated during the winter is super important. 6-8 glasses of water per day.
- Try to stick with lukewarm water in your shower or bath. Hot water can take the natural oils out of your skin and make you feel even dryer.
- Take extra care of your face and body. Stay away from harsh soaps and try using a gentle cleanser or cleansing cream. Exfoliation once a week is good but over exfoliation can strip the skin. Apply a balm or moisturizing oil to the skin before bed. Stick to a lotion during the day as it absorbs better into the skin before applying clothing.
- Don’t forget about your lips. The lips hold in less moisture than the rest of your body. Try using a lip moisturizer like, Babylips, Burt’s Bees, or Elta UV Lip Moisturizer. If lips are extremely dry try brushing them lightly with an old toothbrush to remove dead skin buildup.
- Using a humidifier in your bedroom or sitting area can add extra moisture which can benefit not only your skin, but overall dryness to sinuses and the rest of the body.
There’s a lot to be thankful for this holiday season: family, friends, health, good food and, for some folks, solutions to trimming that extra under-the-chin fat we call “turkey neck.” Find out why turkey neck is far more effective in gravy than it is in the mirror and what you can do to reduce it in the latter!
- Say Goodbye to the Turkey Neck this Thanksgiving:
Wishing you all a happy and safe Thanksgiving from us here at the offices of Dr. McCafferty!