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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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When you enter your forties, you might start noticing more wrinkles and fine lines around your eyes, mouth and forehead. On top of that, your complexion may start looking duller. However, if you practice a good skin care routine and care for your skin you can enhance your complexion and diminish the appearance of the signs of aging.

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It is always advised to read the ingredient list of skin care products before purchasing them. However, often it happens that the labels include words that are totally alien to you. When you do not understand the meaning of these labels, you can end up making a wrong choice and buying ineffective products.

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5 Popular Myths About Skin Care

By Marilynn Syrett | Published 08/7/2009 | Beauty |

Acne is one of the most serious skin concerns among women and even men. However, people often tend to believe that acne is only prevalent in the adolescent years and once you are past that stage in life, you don't really have to deal with bad skin and breakouts.

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Night creams should be an integral part of your skin care regimen, especially if you are on the other side of the 30's. Night creams are special formulations that are designed to nourish and improve your skin while you sleep. They contain a range of powerful moisturizing and nourishing ingredients the help diminish the appearance of aging signs and enhance the overall skin quality.

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Who doesn't want to look beautiful and radiant? This is the reason the skin care market is lined with an extensive and exquisite variety of skin care products that claim to address all the concerns of your skin and get you a flawless and radiant complexion.

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The skin care market offers an extensive range of moisturizers claiming to provide a multitude of benefits. But you do not need to stock your cabinet with each and every kind of moisturizer. Rather, you just need to figure out what works best for you and include it in your skin care regimen. An ideal moisturizer should:

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When it comes to skin care... One size doesn't fit all! Skin care should be different for different people depending on their skin type, complexion and problem areas. And in order to have healthy skin you should consider all these factors and follow a regimen that suits your precise needs and requirements.

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Sunscreens are an indispensable part of the skin care regimen. They are characterized by their SPF contents and protect the skin against the harmful radiations emitted by the sun. Here are some things about sunscreens that you need to know...

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How many times has ithappened that you hit the snooze button far too many times andyou end up getting up too late in the morning? Quite unconsciously you end up compromising on your morning skin care regimen. Then you have to sport greasy hair and a puffy face when you go outside.

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The primary cause for the development of aging signs like wrinkles and fine lines on your face is prolonged and unprotected exposure to sunlight. And during the summer months, the damage is highly increased because of the strong intensity of the sun's rays.

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