Posts Tagged ‘sunscreen’

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EltaMD the Best Choice in Fighting UVA & UVB Rays   Proper skin protection from the sun is one of the most important aspects of keeping your skin at its healthiest. While you may be after the golden and sunkissed look, ensuring that you have sufficient protection against the sun’s ultraviolet rays is essential. There […]

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Make Sure Your Sunscreen Has UV and… Infrared Protection?

March 15th, 2017 by Dr. Michael Glass
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Why Infrared Light Might Be the Next Challenge for Skin Care   We all know it’s important to lather up before spending a day in the sun. Sunscreen protects us against the sun’s harmful UV rays. But what about other types of light? UV light from the sun accounts for only 7% of the sun’s […]

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Let Your Beauty Blossom This Spring

February 28th, 2017 by Dr. Michael Glass
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Tips for Springing into the New Season   Winter is coming to an end, and with it the cold, sleet, and snow, too. This winter was particularly bad due to last year’s El Niño that brought lots of snow and rain. We’ve had to stay bundled up for quite awhile, but now that spring’s here, […]

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At Home Essentials for Radiant Skin

October 5th, 2016 by Dr. Michael Glass
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How to Keep your skin radiant from home   Facial procedures work to improve the overall health of your skin in a myriad of ways, from reducing lines and wrinkles to boosting collagen production and restoring elasticity. Yet, while these non-surgical solutions can rejuvenate the skin, long-lasting results are best maintained with the help of […]

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Top Tips for Smooth Skin

August 24th, 2016 by Dr. Michael Glass
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Tips and Treatments for Radiant Skin   Looking your best means having a clear, healthy complexion. Silky facial skin and a smooth neckline are hallmarks of a youthful appearance. However, maintaining that glow can be a challenge. Aging, air pollutants, and long term sun exposure are just a few of the culprits of skin damage. […]

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