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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.
Facial puffiness and excessive puffiness underneath the eyes is a common beauty woe. However, there are holistic at-home hacks that aid in reducing inflammation and drainage to achieve the best results. 
The most common IV therapies are often referred to as “Myer’s cocktail” which include many of the same vitamins that benefit our skin topically. But why do people report glowing skin and energy boosts for 1-2 days after these treatments?
Dry brushing is a form of physical exfoliation that claims to rid your skin barrier from dry and flaking skin, as well as detoxify and help digestion. Learn more about the benefits and concerns with this popular skin hack.

Males produce more sebum than females, with female sebum and collagen production declining with age. How do these differences and others affect aging, skin conditions, and how we treat those conditions?

progressive skin condition where melanocytes are no longer able to produce the pigment leaving patches of bright white skin of varying sizes over the body, most commonly on the face, hands, and feet.
Although topical ointments prove effective in treating acne -what you put in your body may be just as important if not more than what you put on it. 
It's impossible to miss the new skin trend in stores or on social media - hydrocolloid patches. Although hydrocolloid patches are a buzzword in today's skincare market, the technology is nothing but new.