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The GlowGetters Guide

Spring Into a Flawless Complexion!

            I am definitely a girl that likes to wear makeup. I am into trends and makeup is definitely trending right now; everything from contour techniques to new types of application methods. But as much as I love rocking a flawless makeup application, I love even more to feel confident with rocking my own natural, makeup free complexion. During the colder winter months i feel that you can get away...

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How should different skin types adjust their skin care routine during the winter months to improve signs of aging?

Dry Skin types should adjust their regimen during winter months to include a gentle form of exfoliation such as Lactic Acid. Lactic Acid exfoliates, increases collagen, and adds hydration into the skin. I would also recommend using a heavy night time moisturizing cream that contains ingredients like hyaluronic acid, which is a moisture binding molecule, that hydrates, heals, and firms skin. Dry skin can wrinkle faster so adding a thick moisturizer at night will prevent...

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Beauty Tip From My Grandma

As a Medical Spa owner and Licensed Aesthetician, how my skin looks is an important part of representing my business's success and capabilities. As much as I wish I could take all the credit for aging gracefully, I actually have to give credit to my grandmother Rhoda. She was strikingly beautiful and loved to share what she considered her tips and tricks to always looking flawless. The first advice she gave me was to always wear lipstick....

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Skin Cancer In African Americans: Why You Shouldn’t Ignore It

 It’s true that skin cancer in African Americans isn’t nearly as common as it is in other ethnicities. According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, it comprises just one to two percent of all cancers among blacks. But with less than half of melanomas in African Americans diagnosed at an early stage (compared to 74 percent in Hispanics and 84 percent in Caucasians) and survival rates hovering around 77 percent (versus 91 percent for Caucasians), doctors...

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How to get your skin to glow?

Is your skin looking dull and lackluster? Treat your skin to our Microderm Clarifying and Brightening Scrub!This mild, brightening scrub with exfoliating micro-beads is specially formulated to gently cleanse and exfoliate by removing dry, dead skin cells and excess oils to reveal healthier, younger looking skin. It should be alternated with one of our Urban Skin Rx cleansing bars. This scrub is gentle enough for those with mild acne, and perfect for anyone with uneven...

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Clearly amazing, simple tips to help clear up your acne!

Our Acne Control Cleanser with 5% liquid benzoyl peroxide is our number one selling cleanser for acne-prone skin. Use it in combination with our Acne Control Spot Treatment and see quick results in your skin’s clarity and texture! Here’s another tip for blemish-free skin: From full blown acne to just a blemish now and again, you have the first step in getting rid of it right in your linen closet! Change your pillowcase EVERY night....

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Am I too young to start using an eye cream?

Our USRx anti-aging eye creams and serums are a must! Don’t wait ‘til you see the fine lines forming. From age 20 on up you should be protecting that most delicate are of skin on your entire face with one of our eye creams or serums. Our most popular is Vitaleyez! It contains a powerful combination of brighteners and peptides to moisturize, as well as flavonoids that target dark circles. But, equally important in the...

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Have birth control pills changed your skin tone?

Birth control pills can make your skin much more sensitive to the sun, and in some cases, it may even cause you to develop dark patches on your face, a condition known as melasma. A common complaint from clients taking birth control pills is the development of brown patches above the upper lip, making it look like a mustache. These dark patches can also appear on the forehead and lower cheeks. If you are experiencing...

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