• Lured by the Lamp!Tanning Beds on College Campuses pose skin cancer risks     Tanning beds on college campuses pose skin cancer risks. Many parents may not realize that one of the advertised “perks” of some university housing is free access to tanning facilities, but students going after that extra glow in tanning beds could eventually find themselves face to face with a dangerous adversary: skin cancer. A recent study published ... Read More
  • You don’t have to be an athlete to have athlete’s foot! Athlete’s foot got its name because the fungus that causes it is prevalent in locker rooms, pool-changing areas and other places that the sports-inclined among us tend to frequent. But the reality is fungus is everywhere in the environment and whether you get it is a matter of your individual susceptibility. You don’t need to ... Read More
  • It’s time to Prep Your Skin Fall is right around the corner and it’s time to prep your skin for cooler weather. We have the tips to keep your skin healthy and glowing through the transition of cooling temperatures and indoor heating. Here are some recommendations to meet all of your skin’s specific needs. Do you need a lift for sagging skin? We can ... Read More
  • Ease into Fall Every season, new items and trends come out. Shopping in your closet first will maximize your budget and expand your wardrobe options. We usually have a beautiful autumn season so you can ease into fall  with these 5 basic items that you have worn this spring and summer. The White Tee I am sure you have a good quality ... Read More
  • Why wear sunscreen? Why wear sunscreen everyday? I would ask why not? Skin cancer rates are on the rise and that in itself is reason enough. Our body needs protection from the harmful UV rays. Wearing sunscreen will also; Help prevent discoloration and brown spots Slow down the development of wrinkled, premature aging skin Every exposure contributes to possible skin damage so if ... Read More
  • The risks of sleeping with your make-up on Have you ever gone to bed with your make-up on? Well, you are not alone. I must confess that it has happened to me a few times. After a long exhausting day, you fall like a log into bed without thinking of the risks involved. According to a UK Survey, a third of women go to ... Read More
  • Coffee for your Skin!   Coffee for your skin! In addition to giving you the morning boost, coffee may be excellent for your skin. According to a 2015 study in the journal of the National Cancer Institute, a daily cup of coffee may protect against malignant melanoma. Allegedly, people with the highest coffee intake had a lower risk of malignant melanoma. This isn’t ... Read More
  • Are you dealing with age spots?   Are you dealing with age spots? Hands are often the first body parts to give away our age with brown spots, thin wrinkled skin and dryness. We go to great efforts to delay the signs of aging on our faces and necks, but we ignore our hands although they take regular abuse from the environment, constant ... Read More
  • Be Gentle with your Skin     The most common mistake people make when treating their skin is to over exfoliate. They  think “the harder, the better” but in reality, gently and regularly is best over time. Signals that you are over exfoliating are dryness, irritation, redness and sensitivity. It also triggers inflammation and weakens the barrier function. The skin becomes vulnerable to ... Read More
  • Kissable lips Don’t neglect your lips, this is the area of your face most prone to showing early signs of aging. Read More