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SKIN HEALTH

With our skin being our first layer of defense against the outside world as well as major organ of detoxification, our skin often gives us important clues about our internal health.

The true key to radiant, glowing, ageless skin is not high price tag lotions and potions but instead diving deep into the root cause of your unique skin issues.

Services:

  • Food Sensitivity Testing

  • Heavy Metal Testing

  • Skin Detox Programs

  • PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) Facial Injections

  • BOTOX

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5 Houseplants Every Beauty Lover Needs

Houseplants have received a lot of social media attention lately, and for good reason. Not only do they make any space look like a million bucks, but they also add a pop of color to neutral color schemes and come with loads of health and skin care benefits too

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Dry Skin Gang: Humid Air is Your Best Friend

Humid air — a sleek, shiny hair foe — is actually essential to dry complexions. “Typically humidity is better for the skin as it provides additional moisture to the skin whereas dry weather often depletes our skin of moisture,” explains Alissia Zenhausern, N.M.D., a naturopathic physician at NMD Wellness of Scottsdale.

How Not to Let a Night of Drinking Ruin Your Skin

Alcohol is often associated with late nights and regretful hangovers. But drinking can also mean QT with your girlfriends and great skin. Say what now? As it turns out, alcohol isn’t as bad for our complexions as we thought, so long as we consume a glass here and there — not a fishbowl with friends on a Friday night (oops!). However, just like our taste buds, our skin is picky about our liquor choices.

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Fire and Ice: How Infrared Sauna and Cryotherapy Benefit Skin

Whether you have your finger on the pulse of the hottest wellness trends or not, it is hard to ignore the rise in infrared sauna sweats and cryotherapy chills. Despite their polar opposite temperatures, both of these tried-and-true rituals come with a dose of impressive health benefits. And as with many things in the health and fitness world, the promising properties of infrared sauna and cryotherapy cross over into beauty, too.

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Beauty Benefits of Magnesium

You likely haven’t heard the word magnesium thrown around so much since 10th grade’s chemistry class — until the last few months. All of a sudden, there’s a lot of buzz around it, as it’s dubbed as one of the ultimate supplement for troubled sleeping. Actually, it seems to be recommended for anything from anxiety to bone health to cardiovascular issues. Mood swings? Take magnesium. Anxiety? Magnesium. Muscle cramp? Magnesium. What’s the big deal?

Does Tap Water Cause Breakouts?

When we rack our brains for the cause of a breakout, we typically consider hormones, diet, stress and other common factors. But, when nothing adds up, it might be time to consider what we rinse our complexion with. No, we aren’t talking about face wash (although using one that isn’t compatible with your skin type could also cause problems) — we are talking about tap water.

Best Biotin Supplement: How to Choose

If you’re on a quest for long, luscious hair, strong, healthy nails and glowing, nourished skin, supplements containing biotin may help you achieve your ultimate health and beauty goals.

“Biotin, also called vitamin B7, is a water-soluble vitamin that plays a crucial role in carbohydrate, fat, and protein metabolism,” says Dr. Yoram Harth, a board-certified dermatologist and medical director of MDacne. “Due to its water-soluble nature, supplementation is considered very safe.”

We’ve rounded up some of the best biotin supplements and products on the market to help make your buying decisions easier. But first—let’s dive a little deeper and learn about biotin’s many benefits.