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Waking up to beautiful-looking skin is not a dream. Adequate sleep is vital for skin health. It’s a dynamic time when your body and mind rebalance. Sleep loss can lead to dull-looking skin, dark circles under the eyes, and eventually fine lines. Knowing the body repairs itself and builds up energy for the next day during deep sleep, that’s why I am such a strong advocate of the importance of quality sleep. It’s essential if you want to wake up looking and feeling refreshed.
You’ve probably noticed that skincare goes through trends in the same way that fashion does. From cucumbers on tired eyes to vampire facials, skincare seems to have seen it all. But now, many dermatologists are publicizing the benefits of simple ingredients—ingredients you often find in your own kitchen. Recently, Dr. Harold Lancer was featured on the Dr. Oz Show, where he discussed the anti-aging benefits of using probiotic yogurt on your skin.
While each skin type needs something just a little different, there are some universal skincare types that will help keep your skin happier and healthier in 2017. Healthy skin is clean, hydrated, and nourished, so make sure you address the health of your skin from the inside out.
There are two types of aging: intrinsic and extrinsic. Intrinsic aging is the natural aging process, where our genetics determine when our skin becomes thinner and drier, loses some of its youthful fullness, or get visible lines on our face. Extrinsic aging, however, is based on one’s environment and lifestyle choices, and can lead to early signs of aging. While you may not be able to control your genetics or your natural environment, you can control your skin’s appearance and prevent further signs of aging. Continue reading “The Ultimate Guide to Younger Looking Skin”
The Ultimate Guide to Younger Looking Skin was last modified: March 30th, 2021 by Dr. Harold Lancer
Maintaining a healthy diet affects your skin just as much as what you use to take care of it. To help you make the most of your anti-aging skincare lifestyle, here are Dr. Lancer’s dietary dos and don’ts that can either complement or counteract your skincare strategies. Continue reading “Dietary Dos and Don’ts for Great Skin”
Dietary Dos and Don’ts for Great Skin was last modified: May 8th, 2021 by Dr. Harold Lancer
Working out is key to physical health, a fit body, mental clarity, and self-love. And while working out may thought of as something to keep in shape and feel healthier, it also provides numerous benefits for your skin. Your skin is exposed to free radicals in the air, sun exposure, and makeup can that clog your pores to the point of damaging your skin via acne or dullness. An increased heart rate and sweating naturally open your pores and release toxins, while also increasing blood flow to improve circulation and the delivery of more nutrients throughout your body. Continue reading “Benefits of Exercise for your Skin”
Benefits of Exercise for your Skin was last modified: July 8th, 2021 by Dr. Harold Lancer
It is estimated that one in ten people is afflicted with Rosacea, and while it is not a dangerous condition, it can be uncomfortable and very frustrating. Rosacea is a lifelong condition that tends to ebb and flow over the course of a person’s life. Rosacea has gathered more attention in recent years as dermatologists begin to understand more completely what triggers rosacea and how it can change over a person’s lifetime. In fact, it has become known that celebrities and famous figures, like Princess Diana and Bill Clinton, have dealt with the skin condition. Continue reading “What Factors Cause Rosacea?”
What Factors Cause Rosacea? was last modified: May 8th, 2021 by Dr. Harold Lancer
Do you ever notice how you feel after eating certain foods? Take coffee or sugar, for example—you get a quick energy boost, followed by fatigue. You may also notice that in weeks where your caffeine or sugar intake is especially high, your skin may look less healthy. Caffeine raises cortisol levels and sugar suppresses the immune system, resulting in skin that looks dehydrated and less healthy due to toxins staying in the body. Continue reading “Recipes That Are Delicious and Amazing for Your Skin”
Recipes That Are Delicious and Amazing for Your Skin was last modified: March 30th, 2021 by Dr. Harold Lancer