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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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The wide range of moisturizers available on the market can be quite overwhelming. With so many varieties to choose from, selecting the right one for your skin becomes a daunting task. However, in order to make sure the moisturizer delivers good results, it is important that you choose one that is compatible with your skin type and addresses all your needs and requirements.

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Alcohols have been long dismissed as a skin care evil. They are talked about as harmful ingredients that if present in skin care products, serve to dry and irritate the skin. However, cosmetic alcohol is not a single ingredient. Rather, it has many forms and performs different functions on the skin. They have some really beneficial results.

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Healthy and radiant skin is not just the result of expensive skin care products. Rather, you need to develop healthy skin care habits and make sure you take good care of your skin.

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The skin care aisle is lined with a variety of anti aging skin care products, all claiming to be better than the others. However, not all of them deliver the promised results as well. Therefore, you need to be extremely careful while choosing your skin care products and ensure that they contain the right blend of ingredients that would help against your skin condition.

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Retinoids are powerful anti-aging ingredients that provide your skin with a whole range of benefits. It helps diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, fades away brown spots and pigmentation and makes the skin radiant and younger-looking. This is the reason why it is used extensively in anti aging skin care formulations.

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Sunscreens are an integral part of your skin care regimen. No matter what season it is or what skin type you have... a sunscreen is imperative. Sunscreens protect your skin against the harmful UV radiations of the sun and prevent sunburns, sun spots and premature aging of the skin.

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