Keep Skin Clean & Moisturized | Skincare Tips | Derma Health

Keep Skin Clean & Moisturized

Many working adults can only find time to work out at the gym before going to work in the morning. However, if you don’t have time for a post work out shower there are certain products that you can use to help keep your skin clean and moisturized to help prevent breakouts. Sweating while working

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Skin Tip of the Month- Sleep for skin

Good sleep habits are not just to rejuvenate the mind, body and soul, but is put in place to promote skin to repair & rehydrate itself! Daily free radicals such as the sun, pollution, things we eat, and things we drink such as alcohol can cause damage unseen to the naked eye. Here are five

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Combat Make-up Brush Bacteria

Bacteria on dirty makeup brushes could be causing your breakouts! Swiping a dirt and bacteria-infested brush all over your face can cause an overload of microbes that your skin isn’t used to handling. You probably saw this one coming. Weeks old makeup that’s been settling in your dirty brushes and sponges can clog pores &

Sparking water Equals Sparkling Skin | Skincare Tip of the Month | Derma Health

Sparkling Waters Equals Sparkling Skin

Washing your face with carbonated or sparkling water is one of the effortless, yet most beneficial methods of getting clear, glowing skin in a very short time. This is due to its action of cleaning and tightening of the pores that results in giving us a firm and smooth skin. Benefits of Using Sparkling Water

Wearing Sunscreen In Winter | November Skincare Tip of the Month | Derma Health Insitute

Do You Still Need Sunscreen in November?

Many people tend to ease up on sunscreen once the cooler weather arrives and pools days are on the way side. But the fact of the matter is, experts say you undoubtedly need sun protection during the fall and winter months. UV rays do not know that it is the fall and winter season. Those

Exfoliation | Skincare Tip Of Month | Derma Health Institute

Exfoliation

Our body’s natural cell turnover slows as we age, leaving dry dead cells on the surface longer. The result is a dull look to our skin. Proper exfoliation not only makes your skin look fresher, it also helps your home-care products penetrate better. Get a jump start on your exfoliation routine with the Retinol Scrub

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Bump up Hydration Routine

As fall approaches, consider bumping up your hydration routine. Switch from gel-based moisturizers to something creamier. Derma Health recommends a Skin Script’s Cacteen Balancing Moisturizer, available in our shop! This product is perfect for normal to combination skin, as well as sensitive skin types! It balances surface lipids and water with the healing properties of

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Brighten and Renew

For the month of August, Derma Health’s wants you to know how to keep your skin healthy after a long summer of sun exposure. After a summer of sun exposure, glycolic brightens the appearance of sun damage and renews the surface of skin. Derma Health has the perfect solution for you, our Glycolic and Retinol

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Seal in Hydration

Serums are the only skin-care product with a molecule small enough to penetrate the skin and add hydration beneath the skin. Serums penetrate and moisturizers seal the hydration in. You need both.

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June Skin Tip: How SPF Can Save Your Skin

During the summer months, it is easy to let proper skin protection fall off of your list of priorities. Getting out into the sun without protection might help you improve your tan, but the dangers of too much unprotected time under UV rays is not worth the risk. Melanoma is the most common type of cancer amongst American adults, and when gone untreated or unnoticed, it can spread to other parts of the body or become malignant.