Skin care: Avoid eating anything that comes in a box
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3. Stop scrubbing your skin. Whether using a washcloth or an exfoliant, most scrubbing is harsh on the skin and can lead to dryer, irritated, even chapped skin in the colder weather. Instead, choose a light, natural exfoliating cream like this one made of sugar and salt. For even better results, try the new Macro Exfoliator that removes the top layer of skin with a diamond tip and no harsh scrubbing. 4.
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Four simple steps to healthier fall and winter skin care (Video)
But yogurt and blueberries, flaxseed and salmon? Nutrition plays a key role in skin health, says Meagen McCusker, associate professor of dermatology at the University of Connecticut Health Center. Its really true that you are what you eat, says McCusker, adding that the condition of your skin often tells a story about your overall health and well-being. No wonder, then, that sugar a culprit in many health problems including diabetes and obesity is also involved when it comes to skin health.
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