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  • Your Skin Is a Superhero: How to Support Your Body’s Biggest Organ

    Your Skin Is a Superhero: How to Support Your Body’s Biggest Organ

    Skin is actually a huge part of your body, accounting for around 15 percent of your weight. Skin helps to do many functions within the body, such as: provide immunity, release toxins through sweat, synthesize vitamin D, make melanin. The best approach for skin health is to provide support from the inside, as well as the outside. Research has found that acne is linked to high intake of sugar, and processed foods can be a cause of atopic dermatitis. For topical support of your skin, skin experts suggest investing in high quality products. These include a moisturizer that is suitable for your skin type, a good cleanser and a broad spectrum sunscreen.

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Hair Tricks to Make Your Hair Look Thicker and Longer

Hair Tricks to Make Your Hair Look Thicker and Longer

If your hair is not in optimal health, you will begin to see signs such as thinning, breakage or scalp issues. Taking better care of your hair can make your mane long, thick and beautiful. Check out these hair tricks to make your hair look thicker and longer. Use an effective growth supplement to help your hair grow longer and healthier. Ingredients within a growth supplement help to stimulate hair growth by increasing creation of new cells, and stimulating the creation of natural oils within the hair and scalp. Be sure to get your hair trimmed regularly. This can also encourage your hair to grow fuller and longer in a shorter time.

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7 Makeup Tricks to Make Your Nose Look Smaller

7 Makeup Tricks to Make Your Nose Look Smaller

Make sure you use darker matt foundation first. Contour your nose to make it appear slimmer. Make your lips shimmery to make your nose get less attention. Use loose powder to cut down on shine in the nose area. The key to this trick is to ensure that your toner shade matches your skin well.

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