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10 Daily Habits For Flawless Skin.

10 daily habits flawless skin.

Love the skin your in

10 Daily Habits to Flawless skin: Make it a habit to achieve your best skin possible.. Are you doing these things below to insure your products are giving you your best results?  If not, add these to your daily lifestyle and see if you achieve more positive results over time   I am here to help you

  1.  Habits of eating well: What you put into your body is as important as the products you put on your face. Eat a healthy diet, including a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables. They’re packed with vitamins and antioxidants that can do wonders for your complexion.
  2. 2. Drink lots of water. When you’re properly hydrated, skin looks and feels softer, smoother and younger. Mary recommends drinking extra water during and after exercise and when you’re out in the sun and heat.


3. Exercise regularly: Daily exercise not only boosts your mood; it relieves stress, improves circulation and can lead to more radiant skin.

4. Hands off. Breakout-triggering, pore-clogging bacteria is everywhere. Avoid touching your face, and when you do, wash your hands with soap and water first. Keep the other objects that touch your face as germ-free as possible, too. Clean your cell phone regularly, and sanitize your makeup brushes and applicators weekly.

5. Wear SPF. A broad-spectrum sunscreen is “the most important product to use every day,” every single day, rain or shine, indoors or out. Remember to apply it to your neck, chest and hands, too.

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6. Seek shade. Speaking of the sun, your best bet is to stay out of it or wear with a wide-brimmed hat and large sunglasses to protect your face and eyes from damaging rays.

7. Wash nightly. Each day, your skin is exposed to pollution, bacteria, sweat and grime, not to mention makeup. None of these things belong on your face — or your pillow.

8. Cleanse kindly. Don’t traumatize your skin. Stick to lukewarm water (too-cold or too-hot water can be irritating) and avoid overzealous scrubbing.

9. Exfoliate regularly. Use a gentle product, like ENHANCEMENTS Micro-Dermabrasion Paste, on your face and body up to three times per week to reveal brighter, smoother and softer-looking skin.

10. Moisturize daily. As you age natural moisture levels decrease. If skin is over dry, it can become easily irritated or start over-producing oil. All skin types can benefit from our Active Hydration Serum; according to an 8-day U.S. clinical study, it increases hydration levels by 200% after just one use and keeps it there for eight hours.


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The Truth About Sunscreen

Sunscreen Truth:  Is It All Created Equal??

Sunscreen is good, right?  How many of you used to think baby oil was the go to for being out in the sun?  I am so guilty of this.  I grew up on the river and never appreciated what a good sunscreen could do to protect my skin.  If I only new then what I know now.

I am an avid soccer player and am outdoors with my camera the rest of the time.  I am careful to reapply sunscreen every 2-5 hours or when I can.  It truly has helped me maintain my skin that I have worked so hard to repair from my teenage/young adult years gone by.  My favorite is the Reverse #4 (yellow).  Not only does it give me the best protection ever, but it has a mositurizer in it and makes my skin feel amazing.  All of these are mineral based without it feeling heavy on your skin.  Love, Love, Love:

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When choosing a sunscreen there are things you should know:

We have a sunscreen for all skin types.

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OXYBENZONE is in 80% of all sunscreens. OXYBENZONE stimulates estrogen production. It is in debate as an endocrine disruptor. Not good for sensitive skin , and especially not good for people fighting breast cancer. Pull out those sunscreens in your household and check the ingredients! Now google it….

NONE of Rodan+Fields sunscreen products contain OXYBENZONE! It feels good knowing you can SLATHER on your R+F Sunscreen and protect your skin…safely!

All Rodan + Fields sunscreens have been awarded the Skin Cancer Foundation’s Seal of Recommendation. This designation is only granted to sun protection products that meet stringent criteria, and provide scientific data to demonstrate that the product sufficiently, and safely, aids in the prevention of sun-induced damage to the skin.

Take care of the skin you are in.

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Protect Your Skin

THE RISKS OF SLEEPING IN YOUR MAKEUP RUN MORE THAN SKIN DEEP

THE RISKS OF SLEEPING IN YOUR MAKEUP RUN MORE THAN SKIN DEEP

A third of women go to sleep at least 2X a week without washing off their name-up off.

Ever find yourself tempted to skip your nightly skincare routine and fast-forward to dreamland? You’re not alone. A UK survey, as reported in the Daily Mail, found that a third of women go to sleep at least twice a week without cleansing their face, and 75 percent of readers in New Beauty admitted they’ve done this too. But sleeping in your makeup can lead to some not-so-pretty consequences for your skin, inside and out.

When a Daily Mail reporter decided to see what would happen if she abstained from cleansing her face at night over a 30-day period, her skin became extremely dry and sensitive, her eyelashes fell out in clumps and her pores grew by 5 percent. She also developed “eyelash dandruff.” The reporter noted that wrinkles on the sides of her face had grown worse, possibly due to her drying talc-based makeup.

Skipping your pre-bedtime face wash may not only cause you to look older, it could lead to problems that run more than skin deep. According to a study published in the Journal of Applied Toxicology in June 2015, heavy metals such as lead, mercury and cadmium found in cosmetic products may act directly on the skin or be absorbed through the skin into the blood, where they can accumulate in the body and exert toxic effects in various organs.

Why risk it? Help your skin stay healthy and get the most out of your ‘beauty rest’ by washing your face before you snooze. For best results, use a cleanser designed to address your unique skin concerns—wrinkles, acne, redness or discoloration. In a pinch, remove makeup with REDEFINE Eye Cloths, which deposit anti-aging peptides to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and puffiness.

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