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February 1, 2022

Kiss Lip Damage Goodbye
February is the month to kiss lip damage goodbye and pucker up for your Valentine. There are a few things you can do right now to prepare your lips for that perfect smooch. And we’ve included some tips you'll want to keep in mind for a healthy pout all year round.
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February 1, 2022

Valentine's Day Gift Guide 💗
It’s the month of love and time to spoil that special someone (or yourself!). Here are some of our top gift picks that are sure to get you, and your loved ones, speaking our love language.
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February 1, 2022

National Patient Appreciation Week
It's National Patient Appreciation Week but a week simply isn’t enough time to tell you just how much you mean to us. We’ll be celebrating you, our patients, all month long so thank you for trusting us with your skin health. We look forward to continuing to take care of you and providing you with Healthy Skin for Life™. 
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January 13, 2022

Dry Winter Skin Tips 🌾
With chillier temperatures, you may be experiencing more skin dryness than usual. Environmental factors like low humidity and wind can draw the moisture out of your skin, leaving it dull, flaky, itchy, and even cracked. Turn on that indoor heating system and it will make those problems even worse.

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January 13, 2022

Frequent Washing Drying Out Your Hands? Some Quick Ways to Stay Moisturized.
Raise your hand if your (very clean) hands feel dry. 🙋‍♀️🙋‍♂️ You’re not alone. In an attempt to keep ourselves and others safe, we’ve been sanitizing and washing more than ever. With all of the alcohol in hand sanitizer, harsh soaps, and warm water, our hands are more susceptible to extreme dryness, and it can get really uncomfortable. We thought we would give a lending hand with our tips to keep your hands soft and hydrated during this time.
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December 28, 2021

It's Time For Winter Activities 🎿 (*and your sunscreen better be ready too)
When you’re on the slopes during the winter months, almost completely covered by protective clothing, sun protection might not cross your mind—but for your skin’s health...and safety, it really should!  

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