Skin Education


Whether it’s the occasional breakout, blackheads, whiteheads or cystic, acne is the most common skin condition in the United States. Over 60 million Americans suffer from acne, though the majority do not know how to effectively treat it. Many “over-process” their skin causing additional damage such as drying and flaking. The articles you will find in this section provide easy suggestions that will improve any condition as well as answer many questions. Some of what you will read may surprise you. Click to Read More

 Anti Aging

Americans are living longer than ever; though we don’t necessarily want to look our age. A recent survey shows that 90 million Americans have purchased anti aging products or services, though over 50% are not satisfied with the results. Whether you want to retain or get back your youth glow, achieving success is easier than you think. Click to Read More

 Nutrition, Skin and Health

We all want to live healthy, eat healthy, and enjoy healthy skin. To accomplish these results we need to educate ourselves and create a plan that will lead to success. In this section, you'll find simple solutions and useful information that will help you improve your lifestyle and overall health. Every month we add articles containing healthy eating tips, skin care education, and answers to commonly asked questions about how to maintain a healthy lifestyle in our fast-paced society. Click to Read More

 Get Rid of Puffy Eyes

Noticing bags or dark circles under your eyes? You're not alone. Under eye puffiness is so common, whether it’s occasional or chronic; everybody experiences it at some point. The good news is "everyone can do something about it" says Sonya Dakar.

Before we treat the problem, first, we must understand that there are 2 distinct types of puffy eyes, also known as periorbital puffiness. The more common occasional under-eye puffiness is most often caused by fluid buildup around the eyes. This form of puffiness is different from age-related under eye bags, which is caused by the gradual increase of the fat deposits lying underneath the eyelids. Click to Read More