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  1. After-Exercise Skincare

    After-Exercise Skincare

    We've all done it: finished our workout with no time left to shower before having to run to work. We just freshen up our makeup and splash on some perfume to mask the tell-tale stench of sweat.

    But this isn't the time to scrimp on skincare. This is a time when your skin will be screaming for a little TLC.

    You exercise to feel better. You exercise to look better. But to both look and feel your best, you need to also properly care for your skin to enhance the benefits of exercise - rather than work against them.

    We reveal the best post-workout beauty tips to keep your glow gorgeous. All it takes is a few extra minutes.

    Exercise Benefits Your Skin

    Exercise Benefits Your Skin

    "Inflammation is one of the fundamental underlying causes

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  2. Post Baby Hormones and Your Skin

    Post Baby Hormones and Your Skin

    You're just coming off of nine months worth of changes. You've been through aches, pains, discomfort, and unbalanced hormones. Your body did things you never thought were humanly possible - all in the name of love.

    You may have thought that the freak show, as it were, was over, but what you weren't prepared for was for your body to continue doing odd things and acting in weird ways, even weeks after your little bundle was delivered. You can definitely blame hormones for this. Thanks to those helpful chemicals, your body goes through a rollercoaster of changes throughout the entire process, from conception to years after the arrival of your new little one.

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  3. Dermatologist vs. Esthetician

    When to See a Dermatologist: Five Things to Watch Out for to Protect Your Skin

    No doubt you have heard the warnings about staying out of the sun to avoid aging your skin. While you may already know the dangers of the sun and the risk of skin cancer, this is not the only thing to blame for skin problems. There are a variety of skin issues that can be bothersome and effect quality of life.

    With so many over-the-counter skin care products readily available to treat everything from dry skin to acne, self-treating is often the first step. Along with self-treating your skin, it is important to understand when to seek the medical advice and treatment of a dermatologist.

    Here are five things to watch out for on your skin that should warrant a call to your dermatologist.

    1. Persistently Red, Flushed Skin That Won't Go Away

      While a pink rosy glow is associated with youth and health, constantly flushed skin can be the sign

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  4. Don't Leave Them Out: Men Need Skincare, Too

    Don't Leave Them Out: Men Need Skincare, Too

    So many men wouldn't be caught dead standing around the water cooler discussing their skin and skin care routines. But whether they want to admit it or not, men need to have at least a basic skin care regimen to keep their complexions clear and their skin healthy. So, it's time we start talking about it.

    We're going to talk about basic care. There's really no need for any major muss or fuss. Chemical peels or weekly masque treatments aren't necessary (but they never hurt, either).

    Skin care is important, even for those of the manly-man persuasion, so we're going to talk about it out loud. Men suffer the same skin care woes and troubles as women. Things like acne, sensitive skin, and razor burn can all be tackled with a little bit of smart elbow grease.

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  5. Sexy and Beautiful In Your 40's

    Sexy and Beautiful In Your 40's

    Maintaining your youth is that elusive grail that seems like it's always out of reach. Especially once you turn your calendar into the big four-oh, it's quite common to start comparing your current self with a younger version of you. You start listing all of the things that you could do in your earlier years. You start remembering what your skin looked like before you were old enough to start counting the years away.

    You can get back to feeling sexy and beautiful again, even in your 40's. But just how do you go about it?

    While you can't turn back the clock, there are some things you can do to repair some of the damage done and move closer back to the shape you were in during your younger years. Fortunately, it's not

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  6. When Is It Time To See a Dermatologist

    When Is It Time To See a Dermatologist

    When making decisions on when to schedule appointments for skin care, everyone goes through the inner struggle of trying to decide when they should throw in the towel and make that appointment, and when it's okay to sit back and see where things go. We all suffer from breakouts from time to time. You may even deal with allergic rashes on occasion.

    But how do you really know when you should suffer through and tough it out, when you should visit your favorite esthetician, and when it's time to really get serious about calling your doctor.

    Esthetician vs. Dermatologist

    Esthetician vs. Dermatologist

    There are huge differences between what the two professionals actually do.

    To simplify, "A

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  7. Best Sources Of Natural Probiotics

    Best Sources Of Natural Probiotics

    How are probiotics good for us? Let me count the ways!

    Well, they're almost too numerous to count, but we'll get to that in a little bit.

    Many people opt to take a dietary supplement, but the best sources of probiotics are in healthy foods, and they're really not all that difficult to find. We'll take a look at some of the best sources of natural probiotics.

    Good Bacteria vs. Bad Bacteria

    The GI tract and skin are both organs of detoxification. There needs to be a healthy microbiome in the gut to break down food, absorb nutrients, and eliminate toxins. There are actually good bacteria that live in your digestive system, and studies show that the balance or imbalance of bacteria is linked to overall health or disease. When things are out

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  8. Fighting Redness and Irritation With Good Bacteria

    Fighting Redness and Irritation With Good Bacteria

    You often hear medical advice about breaking the cycle of inflammation . . . . stopping inflammation . . . . getting inflammation under control . . . . and so on. You know all too well that inflammation plays a vital role in the process of aging and how the associated changes take place in the skin. You've heard too often about the role that inflammation plays when it comes to irritation and skin problems like rosacea.

    But just how much do you understand about the inflammation cycle?

    We'll break down the steps of the inflammatory cycle and detail what that process means to your skin. We'll touch on ways you can help to control inflammation in your skin, and teach you how you can fight that redness and irritation with good bacteria.

    Over 35 million Americans are affected by

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  9. Quick Stress Relievers Everyone Can Use

    Quick Stress Relievers Everyone Can Use

    Stress is your body's way of responding to any kind of demand or threat. That demand or threat once upon a time was things like lions, tigers, or bears. Now, our stresses are slightly more tame: a looming deadline, a botched sales call, or a tricky office relationship.

    When you sense danger - whether real or imagined - the body kicks its defense mechanism into gear with the fight or flight response in an effort to save your life. Your body either wants to flee from the dangerous beast that's trying to eat you (or your lunch that's in the office fridge), or stand its ground and fight.

    Stress: Good vs. Bad

    Stress: Good vs. Bad

    Stress

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  10. Your Eyes Reveal More Than Just Your Soul

    Your Eyes Reveal More Than Just Your Soul

    Your eyes are most definitely the window to your soul. You've heard it a million times. People can really tell a lot about you from just looking into your eyes. That statement really seems to hold true when it comes to judging your willingness to tell the truth, your sincerity, and the depth of your heart if you follow the romantics.

    There have even been scientific studies that show personalities are linked to the irises of a subject's eyes, and that your eye color may even indicate your pain tolerance.

    That's all on a deep and personal level. But the skin around your eyes can tell a story all its own, too, indicating how much sleep you've received, how stressed you are, and whether you've done a good job protecting yourself from the sun. Your eyes really do reveal so much about you.

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