Sun protection is one of the most important parts of anti-aging skincare. Every morning before work you should apply sunscreen to your face, neck, décolletage, and any other exposed body part.
And make sure to protect your children from sun damage too!
Long sleeves and pants and a wide brimmed hat are perfect for soft and susceptible baby skin.
For sunblock, Dr. Yagoda recommends EltaMD, a physical sunblock containing zinc, which is the only ingredient that’s safe for infants under 6 months old.
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Did you know that the health of your skin is directly correlated with your diet? It’s true! Now only can fruits and veggies improve your skin tone, but omega-3 fatty acids and monounsaturated oils hydrate your skin and condition your hair.
A scoop of BeautyScoop daily has all of the nutrition you need for beautiful hair, skin and nails. Interested? Visit www.beautyscoop.com
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Nose Job news: Egyptian lawmaker, Anwar al-Balkimy, resigned after he fabricated a story that he was badly beaten, just to cover up that he received a cosmetic nose job procedure.
If you are considering a rhinoplasty, make sure that you ask your doctor to see “before” and “after” photos prior to signing up for rhinoplasty surgery!
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Oscar-winning actress Rachel Weisz’s commercial for L’Oréal was banned in the UK for being misleading. They say she was photoshopped/ airbrushed so her complexion looked smoother and more even than it already is.
What do you think of misleading ad campaigns?
Should advertisers be limited to only show the true capability of beauty products?