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Your skin is a vital organ, just like your heart, lungs, kidneys, and stomach. Without it, you’d be dead. It stops bacteria and viruses from killing us, heals cuts and wounds, and is a cushion and barrier to all of our internal organs. Yet, so many of us neglect our skin. We all go through seasons of neglect. We neglect our diet. We neglect to exercise. We neglect things around us, like our home or our...

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“When you know better, you do better,” Oprah Winfrey is famous for saying. Many of us did dumb things when we were young, and not necessarily on purpose — just because we didn’t know any better. Wisdom comes with age and now that we are older, we do better than our younger selves did. One common area we might have messed up on was skin care. When you’re young, you don’t think much beyond the day...

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There are few things in this world as sweet as weddings. It’s one of the happiest occasions we can participate in. A bride and groom, declaring they want to spend the rest of their lives together. It’s a day of touching vows, tender moments, and hilarious unpredictabilities that make the day all that more special. On your wedding day, you want to look your best. You’ve picked out the perfect dress, planned the perfect flowers,...

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In ancient times, winter was a dark and dismal season. The days were long. Fuel was scarce so light may have been limited to firelight. Books were few and far between (if you could even read), and entertainment options were severely limited. Spring was a time of renewal. Longer days meant more time to do activities, from fishing to dancing. Growing season was about to hit high gear with the planting of delectable delights from...

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Humans have a rich history, and looking back to see how people lived before us and how we live now can offer us insight into the way we live. For instance, before television, how did people entertain themselves? How was travel accomplished without horses? What did our ancestors eat? Anthropologists dedicate their lives to studying ancient societies and cultures and how they developed. Luckily, we don’t have to spend a lifetime studying our ancestors to...

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Recently, there has been some push back in the news with regards to skin care. Some are saying we are doing too much in our skin care routine and that the sheer number of products out there that people use (and their cost) is a testament to how overblown the skin care industry is. Some are saying it’s all about the money — not about whether these skin care products, such as serums, retinols, non...

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Self-care is any activity we do to take care of ourselves physically, emotionally, spiritually, and mentally. It promotes our own well-being and happiness. When asked the question, “What do you do for self-care?”, how do you answer it? Many answer immediately with physical well-being, such as eating right and exercising. Many answer getting a massage or having coffee with a friend. Others will say getting together with friends for a night-out or watching a sports...

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Many people today are scared of needles. Some people actually pass out at the sight of them. They are big and scary, and many of us remember getting shots as a child because they hurt. What if there was a way to receive a vaccine without a big, scary needle? What if we told you there is a way? Microneedling is well-known as a non invasive cosmetic procedure that can be used to diminish the appearance...

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You probably have a general idea of what microneedling is and what happens during and after a microneedling procedure. If not, you’ve at least heard of the amazing, anti-aging results microneedling produces. MDPen is a top-notch provider of microneedling equipment for practitioners. From proprietary, all-natural microneedling serums to microneedling pens and brochures, MDPen aims to be the one-stop shop for practitioners. We also offer microneedling training for those interested in adding microneedling to their practice....

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Spring is in the air despite it being January. Days are getting longer, snow is melting (albeit being covered again at times), and pets are beginning to shed their winter coats. For many of us, spring is one of our favorite times of year. Many of us look forward to spring break, especially if we have kids who escape school for one whole week to recharge and refuel for the final push to the end....

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