10 Day Detox Diet, Day 9: Equilibrium, men can cook, Nancie declutters, Jennifer fits her skinny jacket
Day Nine – 2.4.14 - Adam Swenson, editor
I feel my body has arrived at a point of equilibrium as far as the detox goes. I don’t have any more weird detox symptoms, my body just generally goes about its business without a lot of drama or fanfare, which is how I prefer it. All systems are go (pun intended) and I feel good.
10 Day Detox Diet, Weekend Update and Day 8: Temptations (again), Nancie lost 9 pounds so far and Jennifer has lost 5
Day Eight – 2.3.14 – Adam Swenson, editor
Day Three – 1.29.14 – Adam Swenson, editor
Day Two – 1.28.14 – Adam Swenson, editor
Aging is inevitable, but looking old is optional. There are some very exciting ingredients available in anti-aging skincare today, and peptides are at the top of the list.
In years past, hydroquinone was the standard ingredient for skin-lightening treatments. It was thought to be the safest and most effective treatment for hyperpigmentation, age spots, melasma, and sun damage.
People often ask me questions about all the different ways to resurface the skin and repair the damage done by "too much fun in the sun," poor skin care, and photo-aging. There are many options available today that address skin problems, but it can be a bewildering experience to sort though them all.
The skin (our faces in particular) is the only part of our body that doesn’t wear clothes… just think about that! In the US, we go to great lengths to camouflage discolored skin and make pores look smaller. The appearance of our skin is a huge factor in our overall self-confidence and in how we are perceived by others.
Over the past decade, rosacea has become an increasingly common skin disorder seen in skincare clinics all across the country—almost daily. This has been a very difficult condition to treat aesthetically and medically, as well.
In the age of "more," sometimes it's best to go with less.