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  • History of Baths and Spas

    For as long as there have been towns and cities, public baths have been available to provide people with a place to get clean, relax and enjoy other health benefits. Public baths were not just about staying clean, though. These spaces allowed people to socialize and stay connected with others in their

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  • Treating a Scalp Sunburn

    Spending time outdoors, especially if you are active, can be part of a healthy lifestyle. But if you are outside when the sun is out, you need to protect your skin, and that also means the skin on the top of your head. Too much exposure to the sun, without adequate protection may increase your risk

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  • How to Properly Wash Your Face

    Most people establish their face washing habits when they’re teens, and then never give it another thought. But maybe it’s time to reexamine this basic beauty ritual. The way you wash your face can make a difference in your skin’s health and appearance. Here are face washing best practices, as

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  • Protecting Your Skin in Winter

    If you live in a place that gets cold during the winter, then it’s not just the winter blues that you need to beat. When the temperatures drop, your skin can become dry and cracked. Cold winter air also tends to be drier, which sucks the moisture out of the body. And if the wind picks up, any exposed

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  • Professional Makeup Tips and Tricks

    If you had the chance to learn the secrets to smooth skin, luscious lips and elegant eyes, would you jump on the opportunity? Here are a few professional makeup tips to help you feel beautiful on your next big night out. Prep Your Skin Cleanse and moisturize your face with oil-free products before

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  • Why Water Matters to Our Skin

    Even though staying hydrated is essential for your overall health, it’s not clear how much of an impact it will have on your skin. Some people say that drinking more water doesn’t help their skin, but others find that staying hydrated gives their skin a healthy glow. If you have acne, you might

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  • Preventing and Reducing Wrinkles

    Wrinkles are one of the many byproducts of the advancing years. And while we may want to celebrate the wisdom that comes with age, most of us aren’t so excited about the wrinkles! Let’s look at why wrinkles happen, what we can do about them and how to slow their arrival. Causes of Wrinkles Wrinkles

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  • Soothing Puffy Eyes

    Puffy eyes strike people of all ages. But it gets worse with age. Younger people might pass off puffy eyes as a side effect of an exciting night on the town. Older folks just look tired. But you don’t have to be a victim to puffy eyes. Here are some strategies for minimizing this unattractive look. What

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  • Minimizing Large Pores

    For many women, large pores are a top beauty concern. These small holes can feel giant, leading to lowered confidence and self-esteem. But if large pores have you singing the blues, here’s what you should know. Causes Everybody has pores. Some people’s are just more noticeable than others. These

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  • Treating Adult Acne

    Many teenagers experience acne, but this condition can also affect adults. Even more frustrating, a treatment that worked during adolescence may not work for someone as an adult. It might even make the acne worse. Like acne during the teenage years, adult acne is caused by bacteria that grow in a clogged

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  • The Best Vitamins and Supplements for Oily Skin

    For the healthiest skin, you need to eat healthy foods. This is just as true for people with oily skin as it is for those with dry skin. The best approach to skin healthy is to start with a well-balanced diet rich in fresh fruits and vegetables and lean sources of protein. This should provide you with

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  • The Dry Skin Diet

    If you have dry skin, moisturizers and lotions may help. But what you eat can also play an important role in keeping your skin healthy. Lipids in the Skin Barrier While sometimes we think fat is bad for us, certain fats are essential for healthy skin. Phospholipids, cholesterol, free fatty acids and

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  • Common Skin Types

    Everyone’s skin is unique, but there are five basic skin types. Knowing which type you have will help you take care of your skin and choose skin care products that will keep your skin looking healthy. Keep in mind that your skin may change as you get older. Other factors can also affect your skin

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  • Benefits of Saunas and Steam Rooms

    Spending time in a sauna or steam room can be a relaxing and healthy addition to your day at the spa. Both of these use heat to make you sweat and increase your heart rate and circulation. This can help you sleep more soundly and deeply when you go home. Saunas use dry heat with some moisture added

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  • Keeping Skin Soft and Smooth

    Whatever your age, keeping your skin smooth and soft can become a daily battle. While there is no guaranteed way to hold back the clock, you can take a few simple steps to slow down the aging of your skin. This will help keep it soft, moist and smooth for longer. Proper Face Cleansing The first step

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  • Understanding Masks, Peels and Scrubs

    It’s wonderful how many beauty options are on the market now, but consumers can easily get overwhelmed and confused. When is a facial peel warranted? What results can you expect from a mask? And why are there so many different scrubs? Let’s take a peek at each of these categories of skin care. Scrubs Facial

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