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  1. What you need to know about menopause in your 30s, 40s and beyond

    What you need to know about menopause in your 30s, 40s and beyond
    Women reach menopause around 51, so estrogen levels are steady in your 30s and 40s. Right? WRONG! Estrogen can yo yo at any age. Learn why and tips to prevent or treat conditions is causes.
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  2. Turn on Your ECS with Hemp

    Turn on Your ECS with Hemp
    Research on cannabinoids found in hemp and our body proves that the keys to health and happiness do lie within. The question now is how to access all those keys. Learn about full-spectrum hemp oil and our endocannabinoid system (ECS) for the answer.
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  3. How to Use FDA-Approved Hydroquinone for Best Skin Bleaching

    How to Use FDA-Approved Hydroquinone for Best Skin Bleaching
    Tired of layering on makeup or using chemical peels to hide dark spots from sun damage or acne? Learn how prescription strength Hydroquinone 4 is the top skin bleaching product for hyperpigmentation.
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  4. Fighting Adult Acne With Tretinoin (Generic Retin-A)

    Fighting Adult Acne With Tretinoin (Generic Retin-A)
    If you're in the northern hemisphere, you're not doing much sunbathing now unless you head south. Take advantage of the sunless winter skies. Use tretinoin, the #1 acne fighting, dark spot lightener and anti-aging skincare product available.
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  5. Picking the Best Skin Care Regimen for your Skin Type

    Picking the Best Skin Care Regimen for your Skin Type
    Knowing your true skin type is critical for picking the best skincare regimen for you. It may surprise you that most people don’t know their skin type and are using the wrong skincare products. This can exacerbate current skin issues as you’re not addressing the real problem. The four most common skin types are dry, oily, sensitive and combination.
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  6. Get Rid of Chicken Skin | 5 Ways to Treat Keratosis Pilaris

    Get Rid of Chicken Skin | 5 Ways to Treat Keratosis Pilaris
    Have you noticed tiny red bumps on your skin, particularly the back of your shoulders, legs and back of arms? It may be Keratosis Pilaris, also known in lay person's terms as chicken skin. Learn easy ways to reduce the appearance of keratosis pilaris and bring back your smooth skin. You'll be feeling confident in no time and back to flaunting your glowing, beautiful skin.
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