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Skincare FAQs

Spending time each day on a routine using  a small variety of quality products can make a huge difference.  Skincare is not complicated.  Below answers are provided to the most common questions about the care of  your skin.

Q: How can I avoid wrinkles?

A: We all age and  wrinkles result  from that aging.  So wrinkles are going to happen, but they can be delayed or minimized.  Limit sun exposure and use sunscreen daily.  Also use skincare products with sun protection antioxidants and retinoids

Q: How can I fix uneven skin tone?

A:  Uneven skin tone can be caused by an uneven distribution of  pigment.  Sun exposure and hormonal changes also contribute to this issue.  Products that contain vitamin C can also even out your skin tone.  Sometimes dead skin cell are the problem.  Exfoliate once a day or every couple days.

Q: How do I find my skin type?

A: Usually skin is classified a few different ways, normal, oily, combination, or sensitive.  Your skin type can change over time, or be affected by factors like hormones, medications, and diet.  I suggest  washing your face gently, leave it product free for several hours, and then examine  it closely.

Q: How can I prevent aging skin?

A: Aging causes the skin to lose elasticity and collagen, which causes the skin to sag and wrinkle.  The earlier you focus of prevention the better.  Apply sunscreen daily and use products with antioxidants and retinoids.  This will lessen the appearance of wrinkles and sagging.  Also including antioxidant rich food to your diet is advised.

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