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Why do I have Oily Skin? Hormones vs. Lifestyle
It can take a lot of detective work to figure out why your skin isn’t happy; the answer could stem from both hormones and lifestyle. 

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Caring for your Skin in Menopause
This hormonal change has been shown to accelerate aging, and got us thinking about skin care products that could support menopause-specific skin care regimens!

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Understanding and Treating Hormonal Acne
Remember your teenage years, when hormones first came on the scene? While we normally associate ‘raging hormones’ with teen angst and hormonal acne, the truth is that hormones are always working behind the scenes, affecting our skin and how our bodies function throughout our life.

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Blue Light Protection Skin Care
Blue light can penetrate deeper into the skin compared to both UVA and UVB light, which means more damage to the collagen and elastin in the dermis, leading to wrinkles and loss of firmness.

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How to Keep Skin Hydrated and Luminous
Dry desert-y climates, insidious air conditioning, excessive caffeine drinking, overzealous hot bathing…these can all cause dehydrated skin. These external factors can result in a lack of sufficient water content in your skin (aka your skin is thirsty!). 

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Calling Brown Beauty Mavens – Best Skin Care Tips for Darker Skin Tones 
In support of Black History Month, we’ve turned to our resident Timeless Skin Care expert, Shelly Leggins to help demystify common concerns regarding skin care for dark complexions. 

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Perfect Oils for Body and Face Massage
This year can have us feeling like romance shmomance. But whether we’re celebrating Valentine’s day alone or with a special someone, what better way to express love than creating a spa-like massage experience at-home? 

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When it comes to acne, it’s nice to know we’re not alone. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, as many as 50 million Americans have acne at any given time. And many of us, especially females, increasingly struggle with breakouts well past puberty. Does hormonal acne ever go away?

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