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Fatty acids are organic compounds that are essential for maintaining overall health and have significant benefits for the skin. So what are fatty acids, what do they actually do for the skin, and what are the best ways to apply them for skin health?
Mitochondria are the powerhouse of our cells. They are responsible for producing energy for the whole cell in the form of ATP. But what are they really, how do they affect our skin, and can targeting them improve our appearance?
Dermatologists and med spas provide different types of services, despite some overlapping areas of expertise. Get the scoop on what treatments they offer, the level of medical training required, and the types of conditions they specialize in treating.
How are you feeding your skin? The best way to get all the vitamins and minerals for optimal skin is by eating a balanced diet with plenty of fruits and vegetables. Lets dive into how to nourish your skin from the inside-out.
The liver plays a crucial role in regulating hormones, detoxification, and nutrient absorption, which all impact our skin. Learn more about this relationship and how to improve our liver function and skin health simultaneously.
Acne is a common skin condition that affects about 50 million Americans annually. Dermatologists recommend using these 5 top active ingredients that target the root causes of acne, such as excess oil production, inflammation, and bacteria. 
Facial lymphatic drainage is an effective way to improve skin appearance, boost the immune system, reduce stress, and increase circulation. So, what are the actual skin benefits and how do we properly perform it?
It's a natural biological process for our body to produce oil to moisturize the skin and maintain homeostasis. But, what do they really do and do they have a scientifically proven benefit for our skin?
We all know that staying hydrated is essential for life and beneficial for the health of your skin. But, is there such a thing as too much water and what happens to your body when you drink too much water?
Is it possible to change the size of our pores? As with most physical traits, a combination of nature (genetics) and nurture (environment) control the final appearance and function of our pores. 
Facial tissue reshaping is often used to lift our brows, cheekbones, and jawline. Compared to Botox and fillers, there are other natural, and less invasive ways to achieve this toned facial structure.
Hormonal acne, aka adult acne, is caused by excess sebum in the sebaceous glands and is linked to hormonal fluctuations. There are indications where hormonal intervention can help those with persistent acne.