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The Health Of Your Skin Is A True Reflection From The Inside Out

The Health Of Your Skin Is A True Reflection From The Inside Out

Listen, the skin is always talking; but how often do we listen to it? Your skin is an organ constantly evolving throughout your lifetime. It shed about 40,000 skin cells per minute and renews every 30 days. Because it holds multiple layers to protect the internal organs from pathogens and diseases, it is also the channel communicator for temperature control and pain receptors. What does all this mean? Every cell in the body is a receiver and a transmitter. It can pick up the subtle information in the air, water, sound, and surface that we touch. Now close your eyes,...

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Which problems does our skin face in the winter, Essance's Guide To Winter Skincare

Which problems does our skin face in the winter, Essance's Guide To Winter Skincare

While you can take care of your body in the winter with cozy knits and warm beverages, Essance is sharing our tips for the perfect winter skin. Which problems does our skin face in the winter? Cold winter weather decreases the amount of fatty acids, ceramides, and cholesterol in our skin. As these form a protective barrier, their loss leads to an increase in Trans Epidermal Water Loss (TEWL) and general inflammation (read more about that here). While it is cold, skins oil flows more slowly, which means that it is more likely to get stuck in your pores (aggravated...

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Transitioning To Fall Skincare

Transitioning To Fall Skincare

As we inch closer into the Fall season, the temperatures start to dip, and the days grow colder and shorter. While we transition ourselves mentally to anotherseason, we cannot overlook the weather's impact on our skin. It's essential to protect your skin through the seasonal transitions and, most importantly, do yourbest to keep the effortless summer glow going. Fall season itself represents change, preservation, protection, balance, and letting go to welcome the new that follows the vital growth of winter.As we move into fall, we are faced with less daylight which means less vitamin D for the skin. We also...

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