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How Estrogen Causes Wrinkles & Ages Your Skin

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We all know that some degree of skin aging is inevitable. Yet, most of us don’t realize that it doesn’t have to be drastic. Certain factors are known to accelerate imbalances within our bodies and cause stress, which results in visible aging signs such as wrinkles, loss of elasticity, laxity, and rough appearance. Learning to manage these factors can allow…

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How To Prevent Oxidative Stress In Aging Skin

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Oxidative stress is an important part of the biological aging process and plays a major role in skin aging. As we have touched on in previous articles, there are two major types of skin aging: intrinsic and extrinsic aging. These are both exacerbated by oxidative stress.  Of the two forms of skin aging, extrinsic aging is most driven by oxidative…

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Hypothyroidism & Skin Cancer Link: Tips for Naturally Preventing Skin Cancer

Cases of malignant melanoma, a serious form of skin cancer, have been steadily increasing. According to conventional knowledge, the top risk factors for skin cancer are genetics, skin type (fairer skin), excessive sun exposure, and hereditary (family history of skin cancer). Most of these factors are short-sighted. At worst, they are fate-driven, meaning there isn’t much you can do to…

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6 Skin Benefits of Coffee: Sun Protection, Anti-Wrinkle, Fights Skin Cancer & More

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While most of the research behind coffee and caffeine’s benefits are attributed to internal use (ingestion), there are actually a surprising amount of benefits that can be reaped from topical use.  In this blog, we focus on the skin benefits of coffee. There are plenty of studies that have looked at the effectiveness and safety of caffeine applied topically for…

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Anti-Aging Benefits of Hyaluronic Acid

Skin aging is a multifactorial process that takes place both internally and externally. In the world of science, the internal processes that affect skin aging consist of metabolic and cellular stressors that are more or less part of the natural aging process. External stressors involve daily exposure to environmental toxins, UV-radiation, air pollution, and other factors that we have a…

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The Science of Miron Glass: Why We Store Our Products in Fancy Glass Jars

When it comes to providing the highest-quality natural skincare products to our customers, we take great pride in our meticulous attention to detail. Every product we manufacture contains only the finest, medicinal ingredients we can find – and we put in as much care to the ingredients as we do the packaging.  Since we use only natural, organic ingredients, with…

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The Top 10 Toxic Chemicals in Perfumes and Cologne

For years, high-end fragrances and celebrity-recommended perfumes and colognes were a highly desired, novelty item. Smelling of Chanel or Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue was considered a sign of luxury that only a person of status might afford. However, according to statistics, sales of extravagant fragrance products like these have dropped significantly in the last few years. It’s possible that…

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5 Proven Supplements for Beautiful Skin from Within

For a while, it seems we collectively forgot the medicinal and anti-aging abilities of food. Instead, our society has largely been focused on topical applications for skin hygiene and health. Although select topical agents such as honey, aloe, clay, and others do provide therapeutic value the truth is, beauty comes from the inside. The use of nutrition and other natural substances…

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Anti-Aging and Protective Benefits of Methylene Blue

We have a strong interest in managing the aging of the skin considering it is the most visible and exposed organ. Not only is our skin the most vulnerable to environmental stressors but it is the organ we observe the changes of daily. The skin, like any other organ in the human body, is susceptible to aging, oxidative stress, and…

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