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Thursday, 20 June 2013 15:22

Cosmetic Camouflage

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Tips to Cover Unwanted Redness & Even Skin Tone

Camouflage makeup is something we’re asked about constantly here at DERMed whether by chronic acne sufferers, rosacea and sensitive skin types, and even those who have recently undergone chemical peels or cosmetic surgery. While camouflage makeup is a great tool for covering up skin concerns and making the skin look flawless, remember to obtain approval if you plan to camouflage (or use any cosmetic product) after undergoing a medical procedure.

Once you’ve gotten the all clear, keep in mind these tips to easy camouflage:

Thursday, 13 June 2013 13:56

Beautifully Bronzed

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Simple Steps to get the Perfect Summer Glow 

1)      Choosing the Shade. None of us want to look like an oompa loompa so be mindful when picking your color to only go two to three shades darker than your skin tone. The goal is to highlight your features and to look naturally bronzed, not dirty. Hold the makeup up to your face to get an idea or ask a makeup artist to color match you with the correct shade that will compliment your skin tone.

Friday, 31 May 2013 10:56

The Skin's Guide to Vitamin C

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Vitamin C, also known as Ascorbic Acid, is a crucial ingredient for health and one of the most effective nutrients for your body.  We all remember our mothers Vitamin C recommendations to battle sniffles and colds growing up, but this well known ingredient isn’t just meant for flu season. Vitamin C plays a massive role in keeping you healthy and especially maintaining your skins health.

This vitamin is water soluble (it absorbs through the water in your body), but unfortunately our bodies do not have the ability produce Vitamin C so it’s necessary to incorporate it into our diet to reap its benefits. Because Vitamin C is water soluble, excess amounts consumed are flushed out by your kidneys.

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