Skin health

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Probiotic Skincare Products: What Are They and Do You Need Them?

Submitted by Patrick Hatfield on Thu, 03/17/2022 - 10:32 am

Did you know that there are over one thousand species of bacteria living on the surface of your skin? I know, this might sound a little off-putting, but this is actually a good thing. The bacteria on your skin, or your skin microbiome, is needed to fight infection, regulate PH levels, protect against environmental damage, and keep the skin hydrated and healthy.

Stress and Your Skin

Submitted by Patrick Hatfield on Wed, 11/17/2021 - 9:20 am

Everyone gets stressed out sometimes, it's inevitable. But did you know that being stressed out doesn't only affect our mental state? Stress has the ability to also affect our hair, skin and nails, which is why we break out or get sensitive skin when we're going through stressful situations.

Alcohol Vs. Your Skin

Submitted by Patrick Hatfield on Tue, 10/26/2021 - 2:18 pm

Most everyone can probably guess that alcohol isn't that great for your skin, but do you ever stop to think about exactly how much alcohol effects your skin? You may love going out with your friends for Margarita Mondays, but drinking more than the recommended amount can do some damage to your skin, and you might not even realize it's the alcohol doing it.

Rosacea Treatments and Prevention

Submitted by Patrick Hatfield on Mon, 10/18/2021 - 4:08 pm

Did you know there are more than 3 million cases of rosacea per year in the U.S. alone? Rosacea is a skin condition that causes red patches and visible blood vessels on the face and is most common in people over the age of 35-50, although younger people can also be affected.

Types of Face Maks

Submitted by Patrick Hatfield on Thu, 10/01/2020 - 11:52 am

As your face takes you through the day-to-day, it may start to show its age due to lack of sleep, too much sugar, and too much alcohol or smoking.  Our skin needs us to treat it well from the inside out.  Regardless of our skin type, we need to rehydrate and plump up tired and flat skin cells.  We need to ensure we are drinking plenty of water to keep our skin hydrated and sup

All About Skin

Submitted by Patrick Hatfield on Tue, 09/01/2020 - 12:25 pm

Our skin is our largest organ, with approximately 20 square feet.  The skin has a major function of protecting our insides acting as a protective barrier.  Learning more about your skin and how it operates will teach you how to treat it properly.