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Dealing with Rosacea and Redness

April is Rosacea Awareness Month, which makes this the perfect time to talk about skin redness. Sixteen million American women and men suffer from persistent redness, and if you’re one of them, the best first step is to see a dermatologist to evaluate the cause of this skin condition. But even if you don’t have rosacea, that doesn’t mean you can’t take steps to calm your complexion.

The National Rosacea Society is a great resource for anyone suffering from this skin condition disorder or skin redness in…

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Your skin needs hyaluronic acid

This ingredient is key for more moisture and less wrinkles.

Touted by experts as one of the best hydrating and wrinkle-plumping ingredients on the market today, hyaluronic acid is getting a lot of attention. You can find it in skin care products and injectable fillers, and although it occurs naturally in your skin, levels of this vital skin component decline with age. Capable of holding up to 1,000 times its own weight in water, supplementing your skin with hyaluronic acid can boost moisture levels and minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

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Your dry skin survival guide

Skin dryness is one of the most common skin complaints this time of year.

When the temperature drops, dry skin can become a major beauty challenge, turning the flawless complexion you had just a few months ago into skin you can barely recognize. Colder weather isn’t the only culprit—you can also blame artificial heat, blustery wind and less humidity outside as well.

When our bodies are dehydrated, we often feel thirsty, but your skin can be dehydrated without you even knowing. The symptoms of dry skin—which manifest after your…

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