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Taking care of your skin has never been more important than it is today. Daily exposure to toxins, pollutants and chemicals affect our skin, so protecting it from the harmful effects of our environment is crucial.

Taking good care of your skin starts from the inside. Proper nutrition, diet and supplementation can help make your skin healthier. Cleansing and moisturizing your skin daily protects it from exposure to the elements. Beginning a daily internal and external regimen will give you a jump-start in having healthier skin that looks and feels great.

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Improve your skin's radiance and tone

As we age, we start to notice fine lines in our skin. Some of these wrinkles are caused by use, such as squinting and laughing. However, most wrinkles are caused by free radical damage and over-exposure to the sun and ultra-violet light.

To help keep your skin looking youthful, you could begin a daily regimen that exfoliates and nourishes the skin. This special treatment should contain naturally occurring alpha and beta hydroxy acids. These hydroxies penetrate deep into the skin's layers to stimulate the cell renewal process. Lactic acid, fruit acids and other natural alpha hydroxy acids are combined with beta hydroxy salicylic acid and meadowsweet for sustained, long-lasting action. Other natural soothing and nourishing herbs for the skin include Camellia oleifera (green tea), hyssop, calendula and chamomile.

To improve your skin's texture, firmness, radiance, softness, clarity, suppleness and tone try implementing a daily regimen that consists of alpha and beta hydroxy acids. They will exfoliate your skin without damaging it and help reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and other visible signs of aging. Taking care of your skin today will prove beneficial in the future.


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