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  1. March 12, 2015

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  2. October 22, 2015

    Excellent article! I’m glad that I stumbled upon it because I’ve been thinking about different skin care tips for myself. I think you’re absolutely right: it’s important that you’re using a concentrate after applying your cleanser. I’ll be sure to follow your suggestion by also finishing with a moisturizer. Thanks for the great tips; you’ve been very enlightening!

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  3. December 22, 2015

    I have a daughter in her twenties that is taking care of her skin now, and I think hers will look better than mine when she is my age. I like the tip you give of using products early to not lose youthfulness in your skin. I imagine that propper washing and exfoliating is also very important. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. May 26, 2016

    That’s a really good idea about using exfoliating scrubs on your skin. My skin is extremely sensitive, but I imagine I can build up a tolerance over time if I keep at it. I’ll have to talk to my dermatologist and see what scrubs they recommend to me to help my skin out the most. Thanks for the awesome advice!

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  5. June 15, 2016

    Thanks for introducing me to concentrates! I had never heard of anything like this before but it seems like a pretty great addition to a skincare regimen. I’ll have to try a concentrate and see how it helps my skin.

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  6. June 17, 2016

    I definitely think I need to start exfoliating. I take pride in my skin, but sometimes I don’t care for it like I should. Maybe today I can go to the store and get certain skin care products like an exfoliating scrub. Thanks for the help!

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  7. July 28, 2016

    I want to make sure that I have good skin now, while it is still healthy, so that I can have really good skin as I get older. I like the idea of using plenty of exfoliation to make sure that dead skin isn’t sticking around. I imagine that it would also be a good idea to look into something like microdermabrasion to promote even better skin. Thanks for sharing these tips!

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  8. September 28, 2016

    I really love how healthy and glowing skin can allow for you to skip out on makeup. I think it is super important to invest in good skincare products, as well as skincare treatments, before investing in expensive makeup. Even high-end makeup isn’t going to look amazing unless the skin underneath is! Plus, you can even pull off cheaper makeup if your skin looks amazing!

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  9. December 20, 2016
    Marie says

    I thank for tips, I really need it, because my skin is very aged and I think these tips will help me a lot. I want to have younger, more beautiful skin.

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  10. January 6, 2017

    Truly mind blowing article.. :) All of the points are super important for best skin care!!! Right diet is real important.. along with regular moisturizing and exfoliating.. Good work.

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  11. February 15, 2017

    I totally agree with this. Skin needs to be protected from extreme weather conditions at all times. That is why I always have a holistic skin care kit which includes high quality moisturizers and sun block cream. I also make sure I have a supply of Solvaderm for my complexion.

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  12. April 5, 2017

    You mentioned that your should exfoliate your skin 2-3 times a week when it comes to taking care of your skin! I haven’t been doing a very good job of taking care of my skin over the past few months so I’ll have to try this out. My husband suggested seeing a dermatologist since I have had a few acne breakouts recently. I’ll have to keep these tips in mind so I can take better care of my skin, thank you for sharing!

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  13. April 24, 2017
    Isabel says

    OMG I love this post. I am someone who massively suffers from sensitive skin and SO many ‘manufactured’ type products just cause me to break out and get all blotchy and gross which is why I’m always looking for different ways to help reduce this and get that ‘glowing complexion’ vibe I’ve always wanted. Scrubbing is definitely one of my go to daily routines to help get rid of dirt and unclog my pores. Which scrub do you use? I use one from Forever Living (here’s a link to their Facebook page if you’re interested. It’s aloe based which is why I can use it without having my skin go into literal meltdown! Do you suffer from sensitive skin problems? Do you have any advice for people who do (advice is always appreciated when it comes to my skin!)

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  14. May 25, 2017

    I am in my early twenties and I haven’t been taking very good care of my skin. So, I liked that you talked about how you should be exfoliating your skin 2 to 3 times a week. I guess I should get some more skincare products so I can start doing that and hopefully that will help keep my skin healthy.

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  15. June 5, 2017

    Great to share the information.
    Thank you for sharing.
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