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How to get glowing skin | Dr. Brandith Irwin answers on Skintour skin care blog

How to get glowing skin back! Part 1/2

Glowing skin can be elusive, can’t it? What we all know from our observations of ourselves and each other is that it’s not always there.  Younger skin has it usually, doesn’t...
What do you recommend for crepey skin?

What do you recommend for crepey skin?

I love that you ask this because many women/men have this complaint, especially around the eyes and on the neck. I’d like us to understand this problem better so here...

Can lycopene in tomatoes increase collagen levels?

Sadly, not very particularly true.   But……..it’s good for you for so many other reasons, we’d all be healthier if we could eat fresh, organic tomatoes or their products daily.   I...
How can you tell which foods are triggering rosacea?

How can you tell which foods are triggering rosacea?

Rosacea triggered by foods can be totally confusing. Some rosacea activators are immediate. Examples might be your friend who drinks red wine and flushes immediately almost the same color. Immediate flushing...

Is 22 too early to start a vitamin C serum?

Kudos to you for taking good care of yourself!!   I think it’s never too early to start a vitamin C serum.  As one of the best antioxidants when it’s in...
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