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MDPen Skin Care: Moisture + Recovery Gel Mask

The skin care aisle (either in your local department store or online) can be daunting to look at. So many products next to each other that your mind goes into a tizzy. And reading all the labels and analyzing all the ingredients would take a while.   However, what substances you put on your face

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MDPen Microneedling and Skincare: Copper + HA Mist

The importance of skin care cannot be over-emphasized. Our skin takes a beating day in and day out due to our active lifestyles. Exposure to the sun and the toxins in our environment depletes the nutrients that keep our skin plump and supple. We need to nourish our skin like we do flowers in our

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Tips for Protecting Your Skin

So consumed by living life, most of us take little time to think about our bodies, and how they are doing their job throughout the day. Fortunately, many of our bodies’ processes are designed as such, with involuntary activities such as breathing, digesting, heart pumping, and muscles contracting, doing their job without thought. Can you

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How Diet and Nutrition Enhance MicroNeedling

Most of us know the old adage You are what you eat. Whatever you put in your body is what your body has to use in order to do all of the complicated functions that give you life: blood circulation, organ function, healing of the skin from cuts and bruises, brain function, muscles to move

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How Exercise Enhances MicroNeedling

Hippocrates in 400 BC said that exercise is man’s best medicine.   There are many things we, as humans, need to do in order to stay looking and feeling healthy, and thus able to lead vibrant and bright lives. Some of these things include: exercise, nutrition, mental well-being, spiritual well being, adequate sleep, and skin

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The Effects of the Sun on Your Skin

The sun is powerful. One million Earths could fit inside the sun. As almost a perfect sphere, it contains 99.86% of the mass in our solar system. The temperature inside the sun can reach 15 million degrees Celcius. The sun is all the colors mixed together, making it appear white to our eyes. The sun

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