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Archive for the ‘Beauty Tips’ Category

Unmasking the DIY Face Mask

June 15th, 2017 by Dr. Michael Glass
woman with home made face mask

Everything You Need to Know to Make the Perfect Mask   Homemade face masks are making the rounds on social media. People are excited to peel off their products (and, unfortunately, their skin) and reveal a brand new face underneath. Homemade face masks are some of the best ways to brighten up your face. While […]

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The Eyes Have It

June 5th, 2017 by Dr. Michael Glass
woman with beautiful eyes

Some Quick Tips on Eye Care   The eyes aren’t just the window to the soul. They’re the gatekeepers. Your eyes guard your innermost thoughts, but they also serve as the centerpiece of your entire face. That’s why it’s important to make sure they look their best. Eye care is especially tricky, because skin around […]

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Apple Cider Vinegar: Hero or Hype?

May 30th, 2017 by Dr. Michael Glass
glass bottle of apple cider vinegar next to apples

Everything You Need to Know About the Cosmetics of Apple Cider Vinegar   Remember the wafting, pungent smell of Apple Cider Vinegar from your grandma’s house? Nowadays Apple Cider Vinegar (or ACV) can be found in every health and beauty magazine, blog, and news feed. ACV has obtained cult status, much like acai and other […]

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Keep Your Skin Smooth This Spring (With Science!)

May 16th, 2017 by Dr. Michael Glass
Woman Wrapped with Bath Towels, Applying Cream to her face

Learn How Your Skin Works, and How to Keep it Youthful   Question: What’s the largest organ of the body? If you’re thinking the lungs or the brain, think again. The brain weighs, on average, 3 lbs, while the skin (yes, it’s an organ!) weighs around 24 lbs. The skin is the largest organ by […]

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Will You Take Coffee or Tea with Your Skin Cream?

April 3rd, 2017 by Dr. Michael Glass
woman smelling coffee and smiling

The Wonderful Benefits of Herbal Ingredients   Ever since they were first cultivated, coffee and tea have been paying dividends to human civilization. Known as the “wine of Araby” by the 15th century, coffee brought communities together in coffee houses long before Starbucks. And the origins of tea reach back even further. Today they’re an […]

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