Tag: moisturizer

Exfoliants and Your Skin

There are many variables to consider when choosing exfoliants and I hope you will find the following information to be very interesting and help you in making smarter decisions on how you need to treat your largest organ, your skin. Exfoliants are important in maintaining a healthy epidermis. There are many factors that come into

Bikers and Skin Damage

We’ve been marketing to a new crowd recently and it seems to be a very good possibility. Bikers suffer serious skin damage, especially to the face. Nothing damages skin like UV rays and wind.

Healthy Skin Care Products Are Vital

Maintaining one’s skin is important as it is the body’s largest organ and is constantly exposed to harmful conditions. Healthy skin care products are the key. Whether it’s UV rays, chemicals, toxins, irritants, allergens, or a host of other things, being aware is critical for protection. Using healthy skin products protects against one of the greatest

Sunless Tanning With Melanotan 2

About six years ago I began researching Melanotan 2 (MT2) and soon after began using it to achieve a beautiful tan and my skin has gotten much healthier with far less exposure to the sun. I was never satisfied with the look of any other sunless tanning methods.

Time for Some Healthy Tanning

March is behind us and hopefully the crazy winter of 2014 is history. Getting outdoors is on our minds and a little preparation is a good thing. Whether you’re spending time in the garden, on the golf course, playing some tennis or headed to the beach, you need to be thinking about your skin. Healthy tanning takes preparation!

PREVENTIVE HEALTH MAINTENANCE

Rolls off the tongue easily.  Twenty years ago the three words were not used together and now it’s a full-time preoccupation to participate in preventive health maintenance.  The largest vital organ is the SKIN, so what is your preventive effort for taking care of it?  Moisturizers?  The very best is to hydrate your body and

BE KIND TO YOUR SKIN

A layer of your skin is about as thin as an onion skin. The life of a layer of skin is about four to twenty one days.   How you treat the surface layer of the skin determines the life span. When your skin is exposed to UV rays, either from the sun or tanning

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