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Do I have ROSACEA? What can I do?

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Do I have ROSACEA? What can I do?

Rosacea (pronounced “roh-ZAY-sha”) basically starts as a redness on the cheeks, nose, chin or forehead.  This redness can come and go, and many with rosacea have a history of frequent blushing or flushing.  It is more common if you are fair-skinned. Over time, you may notice that this redness tends to become more persistent, and may resemble the look of a sunburn that doesn’t go away. Visible tiny blood vessels may appear on the face and the central facial skin could start to appear very dry.  Left untreated, your face will stay red in appearance and become more sensitive. This...

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Fine Lines and Wrinkles Oh No!!!

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Fine Lines and Wrinkles Oh No!!!

There Is A New Product/Device That Is Hot Hot Hot!! Because wrinkles Are Not Not Not!!! In all seriousness everyone hates fine lines and wrinkles. Crows feet are the worst! Unfortunately they are some of the first to sneak up on you. That is why Nuface's Line Smoothing Device and Serum is a great way to reduce or remove the need for botox, or help prolong the results of botox. It is definitely a less painful way to decrease wrinkles.     Read more about the new  FIX™ Line Smoothing Device and Line Smoothing Serum: FIX™ Line Smoothing Device A streamlined, pen-sized device that’s...

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Dr. Jill’s Weekly Tips – Signs of Health and Beauty on your Face

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Dr. Jill’s Weekly Tips – Signs of Health and Beauty on your Face

Signs of Health and Beauty on your Face Health and beauty tend to go together.  So much of what our society deems as ‘beautiful’ comes from what are truly signs of health. Let me explain.  There are a million ways that problems show up on our skin.  We can get many clues to our health by looking at our faces.   First and foremost, everyone wants a clear complexion.  Even slight changes in our complexion indicate what shape our health is in. “Congested” skin can come from chronic stress, hormonal changes, or just overall poor cleansing.  This can lead to...

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Dr. Jill’s Weekly Tip – Why Exercise Is Good For Your Skin

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Dr. Jill’s Weekly Tip – Why Exercise Is Good For Your Skin

Exercise is not JUST good for your physique, helping you to tone up and slim down, but it’s also GREAT for your skin!  Let me explain… Regular exercise triggers many powerful physiological and biochemical processes that go far beyond just ‘building muscle’ or ‘burning fat’.  When we exercise, the heart pumps faster, blood vessels dilate, and more blood is sent throughout our bodies, nourishing EVERY cell in our bodies.  This nourishment is not only oxygen, but different nutrients of the foods we eat, myokines, interleukins, hormones, and a number of yet to be discovered factors that keep our cells fed and...

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Dr. Jill’s Weekly Tip – Caring for Your Dry Winter Skin

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Dr. Jill’s Weekly Tip – Caring for Your Dry Winter Skin

Have you noticed during the winter months that your skin seems dryer?  Maybe you are noticing more wrinkles as you put makeup on, or maybe you look in the mirror lately and your face seems more sunken in? It’s winter time, and our skin needs change.  Let me explain… Cooler temperatures, lower humidity, and the use of central heat in our homes tend to dry out our skin during the winter months.  When the air is cold and dry, the water in your skin evaporates more quickly.  This makes your skin feel dry and tight, and makes it look flaky...

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