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Marilynn Syrett

Dr. Marilynn Syrett is a physician who graduated from Western University of Health Sciences, in 1998. She has an ardent interest in researching about various skin care products and has review many popular products from brand names like Clayton Shagal, NeoCutis, Obagi and iS Clinical


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Rosacea is a common chronic skin disorder that affects people across the world. Rosacea is facial acne is characterized by red and pink patches on the skin, visible broken blood vessels, small red bumps and red cysts.

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Winter is the time of the year when your skin needs extra care and nourishment. This is because the skin becomes more sensitive as a result of the chilly winds and freezing weather. Also fluctuations in the temperature, humidity of the air, chilly winds and improper functioning of sebaceous glands cause problems in the skin. Because of this, the skin becomes dry and itchy and begins to flake.

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Hydroquinone is a chemical lightener that is used extensively in skin lightening products and bleaching creams. It is especially useful for lightening skin discolorations like age spots, freckles and melasma.

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Skin Care With Salicylic Acid

By Marilynn Syrett | Published 05/11/2009 | Beauty |

Think Acne and Salicylic acid is the first thing that comes to the mind as a treatment option. Salicylic Acid is a rage in the skin care products market as a effective cure for acne inflammations and blemishes.

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It’s not easy to deal with acne. Acne is not just a skin condition. Rather, it can be a huge stress factor that results in low self esteem and psychological distress. Moreover, if acne is not treated appropriately, the condition can become aggravated resulting in severe inflammations.

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How To Get That Perfect Pout

By Marilynn Syrett | Published 06/5/2009 | Beauty |

Your lips are a prominent feature of your face. In fact, they are so prominent that the slightest sign of damage can wreck the look of your face. Your lips are the focus of attention when you speak, eat, drink or kiss someone. And so it is very important to keep them in good health and make them look beautiful.

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Collagen and elastin are proteins that reside in the dermis layer of the skin, just beneath the epidermis. Both collagen and elastin are produced by special cells called fibroblasts and are responsible for the youthful appearance of the skin.

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4 Steps To Amazing Flawless Skin!

By Marilynn Syrett | Published 06/18/2009 | Beauty |

Haven't you always wanted to have a flawless complexion? While make-up can help you camouflage some of the flaws, you need to practice proper skin care to get a naturally healthy glow that lasts forever.

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Retinoids are derivatives of Vitamin A that are used topically or even orally to treat a variety of skin concerns like acne, aging signs, sun spots and even certain cancers. However, in spite of their valuable advantages, retinoids should be used very carefully.

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Skin Care With Peptides!

By Marilynn Syrett | Published 06/25/2009 | Beauty |

Peptides are a revolutionary skin care ingredient that has taken the world of skin care products by storm. In fact, it has been declared a “breakthrough” in anti aging formulations.

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