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One-Bottle-Fits-All: Gentle Cleanser for All Skin Types

Although the phrase “one size fits all” is usually reserved for t-shirts, all skin types can benefit from the cleansing and anti-aging effects from the ingredients that are present in Dr. Perricone’s Gentle Cleanser.

Through understanding the purpose of skin cleanser and examining the ingredients in Dr. Perricone’s Gentle Cleanser, you can learn how to significantly improve your skin’s appearance and overall health. Read more »

Improve and Maintain Facial Contour with Topical Products

Sagging facial skin and loss of feature definition are normal parts of aging. There are several reasons why skin on the face loses its youthful tightness, or facial contours, over the years. One reason is that as skin ages, it loses collagen and elastin, which are both proteins that keep the skin flexible and tight. This results in skin losing its bounce back ability. Read more »

Face Cream Ingredients: What Works?

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Face creams serve various purposes, but not all are equally effective. To find the best products for your unique skin problems, check the label for powerful ingredients with specific processes that help skin.

Read on to learn why you should be looking for the following ingredients:

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Overview of Cosmeceuticals

clinical creationsWhile making healthy lifestyle choices makes a big difference in the appearance of skin, skin care products can help correct imperfect behavior. Cosmeceuticals are among the most advanced members of the skin care family. They are topical products that have properties and effects of both cosmetics and pharmaceuticals.

A product of sophisticated research and development, cosmeceuticals are an important weapon in the fight against aging caused by free radical damage. Effective anti-aging cosmeceutical ingredients include:

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Rosacea Affects More Than 14 Million Americans

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Rosacea is a chronic skin condition that affects more than 14 million Americans. The cause is unknown and there is no cure, leaving many people to struggle with the often disruptive symptoms of this disorder. Rosacea is not contagious and cannot be spread through skin contact. Rosacea is characterized by redness: flushing, bumps and pimples, bloodshot eyes, and prolonged redness of the face. Because symptoms frequently include pimples that look like whiteheads, rosacea is often confused with acne.

Symptoms of rosacea usually begin after age 30. The condition is three times more common in women than men, but men often report more severe symptoms. This may be because many men wait to be diagnosed, allowing the condition to worsen.

Anyone can get rosacea, although several factors are associated with your likelihood of being affected. There is some indication that rosacea may be inherited, because a large percentage of patients have a family member with the condition. Ethnicity may also play a role. Women of Irish and English descent are the most commonly represented rosacea patients. Generally, those with light skin and eyes between the ages of 30 and 50 are the most likely to have rosacea.
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