Another 21 Skin Care Tips

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Another 21 skin care tips

Girl, before you jump into the rat race today — before you listen to your voicemail at work, check the calendar on your phone, read your new e-mail and all your tweets — relax those shoulders, take a slow, deep breath, and just chill in silence for two minutes with today’s latest list of skin care tips.

Why?

Because stress is bad for your skin (that’s from tip #9). :)

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  3. Flax Seeds for Healthy Skin: Ford Models’ Gelila has a secret beauty tip. She incorporates flax seeds into her diet for healthier skin.
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  5. Exercise Your Way to Acne Free Skin: Here’s an angle on the benefits of exercise that I hadn’t heard before. I wonder if Costco still sells those mini-trampolines…
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  7. Sunscreen Tips from a Melanoma Survivor: Worth it for the statistics, if nothing else, but I found this article to be a great resource. One in five Americans will contract skin cancer over the course of their lifetime? That’s more than I thought.
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  9. 5 Delicious Tips for Beautiful Skin: In this post, former supermodel Carol Alt shares some of her diet beauty secrets. I’ve listed a few of these nutritional beauty posts before, but this one has some new info that makes it worth a quick glance.
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  11. Can Vitamins Really Help Treat Acne? The picture is kinda disturbing, isn’t it? This brief post discusses which vitamins do and which vitamins don’t help treat acne.
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  13. Salicylic Acid and Safe Skin Treatments: Here are some safer alternatives to harsh over-the-counter acne treatments, including a few that work well during pregnancy.
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  15. Nourishing Quinoa Mask for Dry Skin: I haven’t tried this recipe yet, but I think I’m going to. It’s a natural home remedy to treat dry skin using a quinoa cereal mask.
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  17. Relieve Your Stress and Reduce Your Acne: Has you skin been worse than usual lately? If so, can you trace it to an increase of stress in your life?
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  19. Energizing Rose Mask: Feeling run down lately? Treat your senses and boost your energy with this refreshing, revitalizing rose mask!
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  21. Stop Wrinkles Before They Happen: This article and the video it accompanies describe some common anti-aging procedures like oxygen facials, botox injections, facial fillers and more.
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  23. The Complete Guide to Youthful, Radiant Skinn: Well, it’s not exactly a complete guide, but this little article did have a couple suggestions I hadn’t heard before, like “the simpler, the better” when it comes to choosing a moisturizer.
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  25. Different Ways of Treating Oily, Dry and Combination Skin: This post briefly describes the best ways to treat different types of skin.
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  27. Slow Down Your Aging Process: Are the things you’re doing making the skin on your face age faster than normal? Take this quiz to find out. Scary!
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  29. Home Recipes for Beautiful Skin: Bring out your inner esthetician/chef with these fun home recipes for different skin types. Now, if I could only master brow waxing…
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  31. Mega Moisturizers: Looking for new products to try? Here are six of Redbook’s current favorite facial, hair and full-body moisturizers.
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  33. The Future of Anti Aging: This fantastic Redbook article juxtaposes current thinking with future trends in anti-aging and offers specific product recommendations as well.
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  35. Ways to Get Your Glow On: The ultimate beauty statement? A fresh radiance that seems to spill out from your every pore.
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  37. Surprising Secrets to Perfect Skin: Cosmo knows a thing or two about secrets, but the tips in this article should be shared, LOL! From fair skin to tan skin, here’s some of Cosmo’s advice.
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  39. Skin Smoothing Trick: A little know trick for flawless skin — new Beta Hydroxy Pads, used to revive a dull complexion in a flash.
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  41. Get Soft and Sexy Skin: Prepare to look gorgeous with this slew of spa-inspired moves that’ll leave your skin smooth and glowing all over.
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Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,

Karen

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  1. Heather says:

    Hi Karen, my comment has nothing to do with this post, but my eyebrows recently got waxed way too high and pretty uneven and thin. I think it happened because I wasn’t wearing any brow powder and I was wearing glasses, if that makes sense. Would you still recommend highlighting? because I really don’t want my eyebrows to look higher. Any toher tips for uneven brows? The only product I have is Anastasia GoBrows.

    • Karen says:

      Hi Heather,

      I would probably skip the highlighting for now… maybe do looks that focus on drawing the color to other parts of the eyes or face, like the lid or perhaps a bolder lip.

      Since you’ll be waiting for those bad boys to grow back, I’d schedule extra time in the mornings to work on filing them in and getting them even, just until they start coming back in. Do you have a good brush to apply your product with? The MAC 266 is a worthwhile brush investment for filling in brows. Plus, you can also use it to line your eyes once your brows grow back.

      Also, what are your thoughts on long, fringe-y bangs? That might help to cover ‘em up a lil’ bit as they’re growing out.

  2. Sarahc says:

    Aagh! Anything to avoid work.

    Some of these are great Karen. I love one with the 5 delicious tips.

  3. Vonvon says:

    Thanks for compiling another 21 great tips, Karen! Have a good day!

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  4. Meream says:

    THanks for these again. The ladybug made me go “eek!” though. Haha.

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  5. Rachel says:

    Definitely going to check out the Ford Model vid, I have an affinity for those.

  6. Stacie says:

    I love these skin care posts, Karen! Number 11 mentions oxygen facials. I know Bliss spa features an oxygen facial, but it costs an arm and somebody else’s leg! Have you ever tried it, Karen? (Bliss also sells an oxygen mask for $52, but reviews are mixed!) I’ve always been curious about the oxygen facials…

  7. I follow Tip 15 regularly for my healthy skin, i use home remedies like –

    Squeeze 1/2 of an orange juice and pulp into bowl and add 4 teaspoons of cornmeal. Mix into paste. Gently massage into skin for 2-3 minutes, then rinse with warm water.

  8. Abby says:

    Good list of links, but I wish the #18 was a bit more in depth. I’m always looking for the best products for a good glowing complexion.
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