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When it comes maintaining beautiful, healthy skin, there can appear to be hundreds of options available. In reality, there are only a few. You can count on one hand the very few elite ingredients that have been found to do the greatest good in repairing, developing and keeping skin healthy.
Our bodies have a few basic needs that we need to provide them with if we want to stay in good health. Our skin, being the largest organ in our body, also needs certain things to help it function properly, while looking and feeling its best.
Nature is remarkable because it contains so many natural components that help us overcome disease and discomfort. Some of these have been around for thousands of years. Many more may still be undetected. Our desire to find a natural and potent moisturizer in 1995 for anti-aging skincare led us to a unique lipid, Kalaya Oil, more commonly known as Emu Oil.
Taking good care of your skin is very important, but it is especially important when it comes to your face. The face is a rather sensitive area of the skin, and requires special care in order to keep it free from dirt and prevent acne, sun damage, and premature aging.
Taking care of your skin is a duty you owe to yourself. It should be considered as part of your daily hygiene regimen, just like bathing, combing your hair and brushing your teeth. Healthy skin reaps many rewards, not the least of which is to give you a clean and attractive appearance.
Why are peptides so popular? In skin care, with so many products on the market claiming to do the same thing, how can you be sure which ingredients and products can back up their claims? Are the benefits even accurate? At A-Cute Derm, we’ve been manufacturing advanced dermatologic skin care products for nearly 30 years.
Although skin care routines vary from person to person depending on their skin types, one thing that should always remain constant regardless of your age, skin tone or texture-Sunscreen. Dermatologists recommend sunscreen as the number one product people should be wearing on a daily basis. Whether it's incorporated into your moisturizer, foundation or you wear it alone - it is important to make sure you are getting some SPF coverage every day.
The passage of time leaves its mark on our skin. Over the years, the process of aging causes our skin to break down. The speed of this process will vary from person to person and it will depend on various factors. Nearly everyone wishes that they could reverse the effects of aging and get back the smooth, glowing skin of their youth.
Taking proper care of the skin requires healthy habits, especially wearing a high quality sunscreen no matter how much time you spend in the sun. It only takes 10 minutes to start absorbing Ultra Violet (UV) radiation to cause long term damage. This is cumulative over your lifetime.