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12 Game-Changing DOs and DON’Ts for Your Skincare Routine (really)

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By the time most of us have made it past our early 20s, we’ve figured out a skincare routine that works. You have your go-to products in rotation, and the morning and evening ritual becomes second nature. But sometimes these habits could be doing more harm than good, or at the very least, aren’t ...
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J. Nicole ®: The first skin care routine you can (really) commit to

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J. Nicole ®: The first skin care routine you can (really) commit to
Sick of your 10- step (k-beauty) skin care routine?  Spending $500 per month on products that do nothing or make your skin worse? For years, the typical skincare routine consisted of cleanser, toner, serum, moisturizer, exfoliator, treatments, and masks in order to nourish the skin and correct di...
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Do PH levels in cosmetics (really) make your skin look like this?

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Do PH levels in cosmetics (really) make your skin look like this?
PH ... what? PH stands for potential hydrogen, a measure of the number of free hydrogen ions in a substance. The pH scale ranges from 0 to 14, lower numbers indicate that the substance is more acidic while higher numbers indicate a more alkaline substance. Skin’s acid-base? When it comes to the...
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(Really) Good, Clean History....Soap Edition

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(Really) Good, Clean History....Soap Edition
A Brief History of Soap Soap was first discovered around 2800 BC by the Babylonians, Greeks, and Egyptians They would mix animal fats (tallow), oils, sand, ashes, and salts. Initially, soap was used to clean clothing and other items before it was used for hygiene. Ancient soaps were primaril...
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Is Christie Brinkley skincare (really) a lie?

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Is Christie Brinkley skincare (really) a lie?
  There are endless benefits to a full night’s sleep and even more benefits to a regular, healthy sleeping schedule. As with diet and exercise, your skin reflects the health of your sleep cycle. Beyond dark circles under the eyes lack of sleep quickly results in dull skin with depleted elasticit...
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