If you’ve so much as glanced at a newsfeed or magazine stand recently, you’ll probably have noticed that one of the most fashion-centric events of the year has just graced the A-list social calendar…The Met Gala!
The Met Gala – formally known as the Costume Institute Gala and known as the Met Ball –is ostensibly a fundraiser, but the glamor stakes invariably overshadow the worthy credentials of the glitzy event.
Posted by: Rhona Reid On February 5, 2019 11:30 am
Dr. Lori is BACK AGAIN to give you her 5 proven tips for more beautiful skin!
Beauty is more than skin deep when it comes to a healthy and beautiful complexion.
The choices you make daily, such as what you eat or whether you exercise, may seem benign when it comes to skin health – but the specific choices we make have a powerful impact on the health of our skin.
I have 5 simple tips that you can implement in your life right now that will help you get more beautiful skin…
Actually, if life gives you lemons, you are in luck because they are not only versatile, they’re really healthy, too. That’s because they contain a lot of vitamins and minerals which act in the body in a
In the summer, many of us like to shower more frequently than we normally would. Let’s face it – on a hot summer day, nothing beats standing underneath a cooling jet of water!
Your Skin and Chlorine
Now that stream of water might be wonderfully refreshing to step into in the morning, but let’s remember two things: your skin is your largest organ, and your municipal water is very likely to contain chlorine.
To an extent – what we put on our skin is absorbed into our bodies. So, what do you do if you want to cut back on the amount of chlorine in your shower water?
If you suffer from mild acne, eczema or a similar skin condition, then being gentle with your skin and using a soft approach can be very effective.
Skin Problems? You’re Not Alone.
With around 60 million Americans suffering from acne, and 32 million people in the US experiencing symptoms of eczema – if you do have outbreaks yourself, then you’re not alone!
Always follow the advice of your doctor or healthcare provider about any treatment and products you may need for your own symptoms, but it’s worth thinking about how we wash our skin and more specifically, the water we shower and bathe in.