The fluctuation of hormone levels can affect melanin production in the skin. The key hormones that can affect your skin are testosterone, estrogen, androgens, triiodothyronine, and thyroxine.  Birth control, stress, menopause, pregnancy, and some medications cause fluctuations in estrogen and progesterone specifically, two hormones known to spike melanin production when they’re found at higher levels.…

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The American Academy of Dermatology reports that more than 40% of women will experience noticeable hair loss by the age of 40. While hair thinning treatments for women is not a new occurrence in the aesthetics field, in more recent years, innovative technologies have opened up more options to women, meaning you no longer have to rely…

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Hair removal can get messy and time-consuming, whether you decide to wax or shave, not to mention the annoying bumps and burns that are often left behind. Imagine the time and energy you’d save if you didn’t have to worry about any of that! Choose a longer-lasting solution to reduce permanent hair growth altogether with a…

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Going to an event or on a date is a great opportunity to break out that little red dress or outfit that’s been hiding in the back of your closet. Instead of relying on body-shaping undergarments or SPANX to feel comfortable in those more fitted pieces, consider opting for a more reliable solution to smoothen…

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An estimated 42 percent of Americans are deficient in vitamin D. Even more interesting, in a 2007 study from the US National Library of Medicine, nearly 53 percent of Caucasian women, 94 percent of non-Caucasian women, and 100 percent of African-American women participants were found to be vitamin D deficient. The relationship between vitamin D…

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They say that the eyes act as a window to our souls, which is why a loving gaze is one of the most precious ways of showing love. If you’re worried about your fine lines and crow’s feet, Avoid the heavy makeup and try an advanced wrinkle reduction treatment instead. SmoothEye is an innovative treatment…

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Dark spots, age spots, sunspots, and hyperpigmentation. These are many names for skin brown spots, and what causes one person’s brown spots may have nothing to do with another person. There’s truth behind the term “sunspots,” since sun exposure is the most common cause of brown spots. UVA and UVB rays (two variants of ultraviolet…

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